I always make sure that no matter how low budget, dated, or bad a film looks, distract me from what the film was intended to be.
This review will be for Sam Sherman's version (Raiders of the living Dead),I did a review before this one for the film and I recommend you read that one before you read this one to fully understand my views on this film and its complicated history of the different cuts. Before I can say anything about the film the song that played over the credits is amazing its so catchy and sticks in your head. It was also so jarring…
Well this film has a complicated history to say the least it started off as a low budget voodoo zombie movie from Brett Piper called Dying Day. Which is about a man running across America to escape undead assailants because his great-great-great-grandfather whipped a slave to death and that slave's husband made a voodoo witch put a curse on the family making the undead to try to kill each generation of people once they turn a certain age. This version…
Pure action enjoyment. What an insane action film that gets your adrenaline pumping with it’s stylistic gun fights, and insane car chases. Baring what I said before though, this movie from a quality standpoint is awful, and is full of the worst cliches of Michael bay’s films. Which makes this film pretty technically terrible and so stupid but it is so dumb sometimes you can’t do anything other than enjoy yourself. Yet there is no reason that it needs to be that long.
I don't know where to begin with this film, well first off even though this film Is technically bad I just find it so entertaining because of the way the acting, script, sets, characters, plot, and everything else is so beautifully low budget and the special effects. Which are beautiful hand crafted stop motion, map paintings, miniatures and more, I love to pieces. With all that said never did I find myself ever getting bored through the movie and I thoroughly…