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A debut film from such a prominent director couldn't be any weirder. As charming as it is grotesque and as fun as it is amatuerish, Peter Jackson's first film is a treat for any B movie cult film fan. For anyone else and the easily squeamish, it can be skipped.
Weird but entertaining
This movie is definitely acquired taste. A silly and tongue in cheek horror movie. This was Peter Jackson before Lord Of The Rings. The humor is silly.
Peter Jackson does it all in this one. Not the most cohesive storyboard but the plot idea alone is hilarious and awesome which pretty much summed up my experience watching it.
Funny and just plain stupid, Bad Taste can, at times, loose it's way, but then it regains itself with hilarious and non stop violence
Makes you want to puke
Classic gorefest. Peter Jackson before the Lord of the Rings.
Peter Jackson's low budget debut is a fun and funny exploitation flick, and the ingenuity on show - you'll believe a house can fly - means that this extreme gorefest stands out from the crowd.
A fun, gross-out, low-budget film. Not much to say about it, but that its very entertaining and I understand why it is a cult classic.
like this cheap b horror movie by peter jackson basic but very effective and is a true horror flicks with clever quotes and action scenes.