Summary: I have seen better acting in a high school play rehearsal. Cheesy actors (no-names with nothing to their credit, for the most part), cheesy "special effects," (if you can even call them that), cheesy story (some sort of history of the creature that is only vaguely explained), horrible attempts at...
Mega Pirahna was ridiculously terrible (Awesome!), this is ridiculous AND terrible.
27 December 2011
Summary: Perhaps I have been hoodwinked. Mega Piranha resparked my love of shonky B Movies like the adrenalin shot Vincent Vega gave Mia Wallace, and I immediately sought other examples. I unfortunately forgot that adrenalin shots are not Plan A, B or C, but to paraphrase Earl Bassett in Tremors "something...
Move over Cabin Boy..Sharktpus is the worst film ever now
4 November 2011
Summary: I used to think Cabin Boy was the worst movie ever made, but I was wrong. There are no words to describe the terrible acting, the lame effects, the lack of flow, etc. When the tongue-in-cheek jokes are predictable, you know it sucks.
Summary: I do admire this things that legendary B-movie producer has done for cinema. Too bad he's collaborating with the SyFy Channel. I don't normally watch SyFy giant bikini-girl eating monster movies, because they're just so awful.
Excerpt: Ok. This will not be a real review perhaps, but at least I have seen the movie and know what I thing about it. First of all I am one of those that like the cheesie and sleazie Corman productions.
Summary: Saw this with beers and expected to laugh at the whole thing, but this was below all. I'm not sure why they made it in the first part... The name of the movie is really the best part of it all. Period.
Excerpt: Ok, Roger Corman co-produced this crazy hybrid animal flick for the Sci-Fi channel (I'm not spelling it the new way) as well as Dinoshark which comes out next month on Blu-ray. I liked the movie as cheesy as it.
Summary: A half-shark, half-octopus creature created for the military, creates a whole lot of terror in Mexico while a scientist (Eric Roberts) who helped created it tries to capture/kill it. I had just about as high of expectations and anticipation as one could possibly muster for this film.
Summary: Sharktopus delivered exactly what it promised. It was badly acted, badly scored, badly edited, badly shot, badly written, bad special effects, bad continuity, and probably badly catered. However I want a copy of that 'Sharktopus' song from the opening credits to use as my wife's ring-tone.
Summary: I love campy sci-fi. I expected with Eric Roberts in it for the movie to be -- well, watchable if not even enjoyable. Sadly, it was not enjoyable. Nor was it funny. It wasn't campy. And it certainly wasn't fun to watch or even amusing. It was pitiful. The scenery is the only decent thing in it.