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Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker! & Filthy McNasty (Double Feature)
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I would not buy this film though. This is what you would get when there is nothing else available. A rental.
There are two types of people who get into the business of making movies, those who do it to get rich and famous and those who do it because they want to no matter what, for the fun of making movies. Doing it for the "Art" by the way, is not only pretentious, but also stupid since art is a subjective term that anyone can apply to anything, I mean look at the Dadaists.
Anyway, the point is the best films are those made by people without dollar signs gleaming in their eyes, those who take risks, self produce, and make films with or without large audiences, because they love making films. Seaver defines this category. Influenced by those who started out just like him, Peter Jackson, Sam Raimi, Lloyd Kaufman, Tobe Hooper, Chris is making pictures to entertain, to experiment, and to give back to the community he's gotten so much enjoyment from. He's not claiming the kind of quality that most expect from films, but he is giving them the type of quality that people tend to overlook, honesty and effort. For all those who would dismiss this double feature as crap or a waste of time or money, have probably never even tried to make a film themselves.
As for the films on this disc, well they are great when you watch them with no expectations, a little research and knowledge of how they were made, and the ability to not take all film-making so seriously. Here's some free research: Mulva, made for a budget of about $2,000 and stars a fan of LBP previous productions. It was Seaver's first film shot on Digital Video, the previous films were shot on VHS I think, and has cameo appearances by Troma regulars, Trent Haaga, Debbie Rochon, and Lloyd Kaufman himself.Read more ›
When I first started watching the movie I turned it off within minutes. I couldn't handle the ultra-cheap, shot-on-a-home-video camera look of it all. (I was later shocked to find out it was shot digitally.) A couple days later, some friends and I watched the whole movie. I remember commenting several times that it was the worst movie I had ever seen. Other than a few cheap laughs, it seemed that Mulva had nothing to offer.
Within a few days my friends and I were imitating the characters' voices, mainly Mulva and Mr. Bonejack. To date I have watched the movie five times and enjoy it more with each viewing. Those who are expecting good splatter FX should skip it, though. It was shot for $2000 so the makeup is pretty bad. The appeal of the movie lies in its energy, mainly in the ridiculously overwritten dialogue and the exaggerated acting (or nonacting) of the people involved. It's obvious watching it that everyone had a good time making the film.
Filthy McNasty was marginally better made, so I actually liked it less. It had funny moments, but wasn't as overwhelmingly cheesy as Mulva. A word of advice: a few drinks will make these movies a lot more tolerable. I recommend this DVD to anyone who can appreciate campy humor and really, really low production values.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Poor Mulva has lived in fear of All Hallow's Eve ever since she was a little girl. Years ago, bad boy McLargehuge and his sidekick Takateru terrorized Mulva, and stole all of her... Read morePublished on September 2, 2006 by Brandi R. Jording
These two movies are terrible. Horrible acting, horrible script, absolutely dumb. BUT, Mulva is so terrible, it's fun to watch so it's a must for a bad movie night. Read morePublished on September 29, 2005 by Bad Movie Lover
To quote the great Bart Simpson "This both sucks and blows at the same time." If you have a choice of this movie and a red hot pocker to the eye. Open your eye wide. Read morePublished on July 19, 2005 by J. J. Arwood
They got me with the cool title and great cover art.
This is just a painfully bad thing. I can't bring myself to call it a movie. Read more
First off don't be fooled by the chick with the big gun on the cover! She is just a cover model and has nothing to do with either movie. Read morePublished on October 17, 2004 by J. De Rose
Any good reviews for this garbage is most likely written by the same morons who made this dumb flick. Read morePublished on July 3, 2004 by L. A. Marek
This film was really good. Some people on here take life and film making to damn serious! The character Mr BoneJack is amazing and cracked me up. Read morePublished on May 26, 2004 by Mr. CA Williams
Well...the main star is utterly annoying and you want to kill her the whole time...
but such parts as takatura *joe anime* and randal *rob ezelius* make the movie worth... Read more
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