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Sometimes I amaze myself with how bad my movie choices can be. Invasion of the Bee Girls? What the hell was that? Bunch of horndog guys continue to accept the seducing advances of the women of some oddball town, despite LITERALLY HAVING IT SPELLED OUT TO THEM THAT DOING SO WILL KILL THEM. This movie was like some weird 70's B-porn for people with insect-possession fetishes. Doesn't get much stranger than this one.
Those are some persistent gang members. Didn't expect to have that much fun watching this, but I now have to consider it among one of John Carpenter's highlights.
The zombies are your run-of-the-mill variety, nothing new. But the Funny Man and Resident Evil "inspired" (okay, copied) monsters were neat villains to include, even if the CGI was a bit ridiculous (but not deficitly so; it added to the cheesy good time you're supposed to have watching these kind of movies). I really didn't mind the low-budget quality of this movie. An all-in-good-fun zombie movie.
A nice story about one's journey to heaven after a terrible, but heroic moment in the amusement park that he was meant to occupy and "maintain" for his full life. A little too biblical and preachy for my usual taste, but it was a nice love story to follow and kept my interest throughout most of the film, although it was a bit long.
Very boring look at alien existence through egotistical hoaxers Ray Santilli and Gary Schofield, "founders" of the infamous alien autopsy film footage from 1995 (supposedly depicting a real alien autopsy filmed in the 1940's). Most obvious sign to me of it's not being real was the constant moving and roaming about by the videographer. Nobody would have panned around THAT much and THAT quickly, grasping at "star" moments of the event. Instead, if real, the videographer would have fixated on certain points and held for significant lengths of time. This recorder clearly tried to evoke artistic, aesthetic appeal to his taping, zooming and zigging and zagging. Get outta here with that crap. And the rest of the special was anything but.