Do you like zombies, jaunty tunes and that special brand of gory Japanese madness? If so, strap in, turn off the part of your brain that annoys you when something makes no sense, and um, helldrive, in Helldriver.
It takes time to hone in on your skills and master your craft, no matter what it is. In this case, the craft is unintentionally funny filmmaking.
Foodfight is a completely inexplicable film. Ten years, $65 million, a stellar cast and the misguided vision of an industry veteran has resulted in an ugly, ridiculous mess that shouldn’t have made it to release, but I’m glad it did.
Many of the great bad movies are the brainchild of one man. One man who overcame great obstacles, like not having any talent, to make their artistic vision come to fruition. Fateful Findings can be added to this list.
Ghost Shark is about a killer shark, and that shark is a ghost. Great, sign me up. But if you promise big things in the title, you have to deliver. In that regard, Ghost Shark delivers just enough ghost shark action to overcome the flat periods.
Death Bed is a surreal film, or at least it aims for surrealism. It has pretensions to be something more than a schlocky horror movie, despite, and I’ll say this again and again, it is a film about a bed that eats people.
If you like your horror films poorly made, poorly acted and not scary at all, Seance is a solid choice. Grab your friends and have a laugh.
Who Killed Captain Alex is a blast throughout its short length. And personally, I found it kind of inspiring. These men from the slums of Uganda use every resource they can to make movies and entertain people, no matter how silly they turn out.
With the latest film on the Marvel conveyor belt/money printing machine, Avengers: Age of Ultron, around the corner, it's a good time to review one of Australia's greatest superhero movies, well, one of Australia's two superhero movies – The Return of Captain Invincible.
Houseboat Horror is 86 minutes of all-round terrible filmmaking and it is so-bad-it's-good at its finest. Wooden acting, a non-existent plot, scenes with no connection to the story, mullets – it's all there. A must for fans of Australian films and awful horror flicks.