I’m a lover of low budget cheesy Direct-To-Video/VOD B-Movies and I make no apologies for that.
Love the music and songs so so much, I grew up listening to the album over and over and over. The actual play itself though is a bit of a letdown as it’s mostly just flashy fever dream video with dreadful CGI on a giant screen, and I felt it mostly took attention away from the amazing performances of the band and those singing.
*Watched on YouTube via The Shows Must Go On channel.
Asteroid-A-Geddon (yes, that's the name) is the latest Asylum movie that just came out. The plot of this one is divided up between three sections. The first deals with a rather subdued Eric Roberts as a military official that is sitting on a council made up of military officials from all over the world as they try to figure out how to stop this life-ending asteroid that's headed to Earth. The second deals with an ailing scientist as he…
Being such the fan that I am of Direct-to-Video sequels, and of Deep Blue Sea, you could easily make the assumption that Deep Blue Sea 3 was one of my most anticipated VOD releases of this entire year (second only to Tremors 7 later this year). While I thought the second was an 'ok' entry (also see: essentially lower budget remake), this one was pretty good.
This one is a direct sequel to the second movie, following the escaped…
This is my updated score. After being attacked and hounded on social media by people involved in the movie, based off my review of it (which still had quite a bit of positivity toward the movie in it, but apparently that wasn't good enough, they want people salivating over this and giving it 10/10 scores), I decided to rescind my review and go with a much lower score due to how those involved treated me. Hey low budget filmmakers,…