The acting in this film is some of the worst I've seen, and it features some laughably awful dialogue too, along with some really primitive early-CGI effects.
But all this aside, I couldn't help but fall slightly in love with this shameless Godzilla/Independence Day rip-off, as it just got progressively insane once the monster started tearing up the city.
Also, the alien mothership design was nice, and I especially liked the jet-pack rangers with lazer guns. Those guys were cool.
Fans of sci-fi/monster B-movies should really check this out. It would be great with some beers and some like-minded friends.
So it seems a bunch of guys got together in Colorado and made a horror movie. They seem to have set out with the idea of making something in the vein of The Evil Dead. If they set out to cash-in on (and possibly rival) the success of that movie then they failed miserably. However, if they set out to make a light-hearted, cheapo monster-schlock movie for fun, with The Evil Dead as their inspiration, then I'd say they succeeded.…
A pretty damn disturbing glimpse into the life of a deranged serial killer. Shot in the first person, we're with this sicko for the duration, as we see him looking for love in all the wrong places, and becoming gradually consumed by his own insanity.
Elijah Wood delivers a fantastic performance as the killer. Though we rarely see him, his presence is always felt as he really captures the anxiety of the character, giving the film a very uncomfortable vibe.…