Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Worst Horror Movie Ever Made The Re-Make|
Actors: Tom Goodwin, Bill Zebub, Kerri Taylor, Jackie Stevens, Mike Lane
Director: Bill Zebub
Horror spoofs are rather tame, so Bill Zebub has created one that pushes the boundaries so far that you will wonder how the hell he got the cast to do those things on film. In these days, even offensiveness has become pol... more »
It wishes it was.
Donald L. Denis | Iowa City, IA USA | 09/22/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"You can't use intentional lack of quality as an excuse to waste my time, Bill. Fun bad movies are fun by accident because of the filmmakers' incompetence. Faking it is, well, fake. And piling unfunny humor on top of that doesn't help. A movie can't be the worst horror movie ever made unless it is a horror movie. Very simple logic that seems to have escaped you."
Bill T | New Jersey | 03/11/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this movie on a recommendation from a friend who said that it was a movie that has to be seen in order to be believed. I begged him to borrow it before I bought it, but he refused. She said she lent her first copy to someone and never got it back, and that she loved it so much that she bought a replacement. That's all I had to hear.
This is like Homer's "Odyssey" -that is, if Homer was even more crazy and didn't care about nostos. Well, there is nostos in this movie, but you will probably be too distracted by the unbelievable amount of nudty, absurdity, wit, and offensiveness. the plot is so complex that even MY head reeled. But the boobs softened every blow. The sheer amount of genius material so densely compacted ensures that each time you watch the movie you will hear or see something new. Even if it didn't, you MUST watch the movie again when you subject narrow-minded people to it. Trust me, it's priceless.
I can't recommend this movie enough! Sure, some movie-makers claim to be politically-incorrect and offensive, but this movie is the one that the dictionary should use as an example of those terms."