"If you like bad post apocalyptic movies you might like this movie. When I rented it I expected bad acting, cheesy effects and lame story... I was not wrong in my expectations. Like most low budget films this film relies on excessive use of camera filters and effects."
dave | bay area, california | 08/27/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"If you like low-end production values, you'll love this collection of clippings from the floor of the editing room.
I gave it two stars because someone so obviously did a public service by hiring starving film students to make this school project, and because of the assault by a giant Unidentified Mammary Object in the first minute of the film, and because a couple of the CG effects didn't completely suck, unlike the acting, which really, really sucked.
I was able to watch five minutes before closing the window on this one, having glimpsed the hideous monster lurking in the shadows of my Unbox player progress bar. Five minutes. Even Radioactive Dreams held my interest longer than that.
I could go on and on, but allow me to sum it up: "Craptastic!""
Hear the commentary
N. Stepro | new albany, IN United States | 09/03/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I love to listen to commentary, but to hear it on such a low budget film gives you a sense of appreciation upon rewatching a 0-1 star film. you want to make a film and you have $$$ vs. $$$$$$ (or $$$$$ vs $$$$$$$$)to make not cheesy looking costumes, scenery, etc. the drop ship scene was filmed in an apartment for heavens sake. wanting to film, to act, to direct... its a bug, not unlike the cheesy bugs in the film that spoo huge amounts of green goo out of proportion to their dimensions. its interesting to hear how pilot barbie was in refernce to starship troopers, a star map tracing one planet to another a ref. to indiana jones' maps, or one of the cast members was a member of the canadian military and some of the phrases were from the unit he was in. entertaining low budget effort."
Please.....let it end
Andre Villemaire | Canada | 12/03/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"2 minutes in the movie, i knew that i made a mistake. What a waste of my money. Androids with zits and sunglasses as la men in black. Overdressed commandos in the same movie location for most of the movie. Its like they took ideas from multiple science fiction films and made this one. Viewing this film in full will probably damage you...use it as a coaster."
What a train wreck!
TReed | SC | 07/06/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Mystery Science Theater 3000 really should do a reunion just for this movie. There are so many ways this could have been good, but in the end it just went wrong in so many ways. First off, there is a minute long topless scene right after the credits. I was thinking this may turn out alright, but things went downhill quickly. Our heroes are flown around in a spaceship by a pilot that looks like a moonlighting stripper. To make matters worse, her name is "Fooks". After Fooks drops off the recon team, a steady stream of ripping off other movies begins. There are terrible quality CGI bugs that explode into a splatter of goop when shot ala "Starship Troopers". There is the group of heavily armed outlaw bikers/off roaders ala "Road Warrior". There are the slow motion bullet effects ala "The Matrix". Heck, this movie even rips off the X-Files episode where Mulder and Scully are pulled into a real life video game. There's even a female android who says "I'll be back" (only without the Austrian accent). How somebody can screw up a movie with zombies, werewolves, vampire, goo splattering bugs and tons of machine gun fire is beyond me. It appears Uwe Boll is getting a run for his money from this outfit.
There's a great recommendation over on the IMDB board. Play a drinking game where everyone takes a drink when this movie blatantly rips off another sci fi movie - just be sure to keep 911 on speed dial to deal with the imminent alcohol poisoning you and your friends will get."