Created by a fan for fans everywhere, Eisener's film is simultaneously original and a perfect throwback to the blood-splattered movies of the 70s.
Alright, now I'm confused. Let me try to put this one together in a way that makes sense.
I liked the movie "Machete". It took itself seriously, it was about a man who is known as Machete and though over the top still made an attempt to be consistent with what the audience is being told.
I hated the movie "hobo with a shotgun". It didn't take itself seriously, it was about an insane father and his two sons and the manner in which they murder and mutilate strangers and loved ones while a hobo wanders around trying to earn enough money to buy a lawn mower and deliberately moves along inconsistently as extreme scenes stop so that a character may say something idiotic and a full blown city wide riot becomes a small group of people who decide to turn their rage to the bad guys of whom they previously obeyed simply because they were asked too by a girl on a newspaper box.
Dec 6 - 07:22 PM