The title is probably the best part of it!
One of the worst SyFy originals I've ever seen, but I'm not sure if I mean that in a good way or bad way.
The chupacabras look like hairless Chihuahuas. It doesn't help the movie when it looks like the good guys are blasting puppies!
The green screen shots look like they were done at least 30 years ago using rear projection.
My favorite way to watch these is with tongue firmly in cheek while live tweeting with others. Here are a few of the tweets from this viewing:
It's sad when you have to green screen your actors in front of the landmark where the movie takes place.
I guess if you don't know the proper way to reload an antique rifle, it will just work for you anyway. (I think they were flintlocks and they were just using them like modern rifles)
That chupacabra just had a Twinkie Wiener Sandwich...minus the Twinkies!
Possibly lethal creature. Let me holster my gun and get out the camera.
Erik Estrada looks pretty good and not in the standard Hollywood "I've-had-too-much-work-done" way. He seems to handle his role as well as you might expect even (or especially) when delivering lines like "Chupa this!" followed by a shotgun blast.
I don't often use words like magical, endearing and delightful when talking about movies because I'm usually watching a horror or sci-fi flick but Totoro is definitely all those things.
This was my first venture into Miyazaki films and I can't wait to check out more. The English dub felt it was just as good as the original voice recordings. The actors are there to act and not just provide something to listen to.