I'm a bit sad that this one doesn't hold up with multiple viewings...or maybe there is a such a thing as seeing something too many times.
All of the stuff that I use to laugh at didn't really work for me this time. It's still a cute story though and I'm hoping that if I give it like a year or so I'll end up rolling on the floor again.
This actually kind of decent...kind of. John Rhys Davis manages to make it bearable and even though it's clearly a low budget cheesy movie it has a pretty decent looking monster.
It's definitely no where close to being gold standard and I recommend having something else to do while watching it (like laundry).
Is it sad that when we saw the commercial for this the day before we made a conscious decision to set aside time to watch this movie? It's hard to resist when the acting in the 30 second commercial is that terrible.
We are treated to Chupacabras who actually look like mange ridden Chihuahuas and Erik Estrada...which I suppose really isn't that much of a treat. I especially enjoyed the fact that instead of riding the motorcycle they put him in from of a green screen. I think they might have hit their budget limit with that though because after the first few times they just decided to show the side of the rode with what seems like a handheld out a car window.
I laughed..and slept, and then laughed some more because everything is funnier when you're half asleep.
I'm not sure there is anything to really say about this other than it's a SyFy movie...that alone should tell you that pretty much everything about it terrible.
The devils' eyes glow...exactly like a red flashlight, and in the distance they only have one eye it seems. A girl runs around with a gun on her hip, doesn't use it. The same girl can't actually act but she does look like Jenna-Louise Coleman. It goes without saying that the technical issues in this are everywhere...
It is good for a laugh but it's more more fun to pick it apart in an angry fashion.