I'd been avoiding this movie due to some bad reviews I'd read when it came out. I finally decided to give it a go after listening to an interview with the director on the Shock Waves podcast. I honestly feel like a fool for ignoring it so long.
Some people called it convoluted, others called it predictable. Some people even called it boring. I thought it was creepy, inventive, and very well crafted. The "non-linear" storytelling (I only put in…
This was better than I anticipated, but not as good as I had hoped.
I followed the making of the movie since the premise was announced online. I subscribed to their updates and got caught up in the hype whenever they showed production stills and updates.
Then I started seeing reviews, and not a lot of them where positive. I think these helped adjust my expectations a bit.
The story is a very straightforward one (moon nazis want to come…
This is a horrible movie. It's also one of my all-time faves. The whole cartoonish affair (made by Hanna-Barbera, it plays like a fourth-rate Scooby Doo rip-off) is the birthplace of some of the most ridiculous dialogue I have ever memorized.
To this day, it's one of those movies I make my friends watch with me. None of them has hated me for it yet (at least not in public).