Birdemic: Shock and Terror [Blu-ray]
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Top Customer Reviews
The plot? What plot? The text message you just got from your 12-year-old child composed in net-speak has more of a plot than this thing. Basically we have a hero, a heroine, some secondary characters and stuff happening and, oh yeah, some eagles have achieved single-positional, non propulsive, flight and are being generally annoying and sort-of lethal to the population of Somewhere, California. Our heroes are some lame ad-guy who is a millionaire but takes his love interests on dates in the locally-owned Mexican restaurants our heroine is a pretty young model talent who gets her pictures taken in the strip-mall photo shop and has, somehow, become the cover model for direct-mail catalogs for Victoria's Secret. The two meet completely by chance and creepy stalker-like behavior and are so turned-off by life they decide to go out on a couple of dates before rubbing uglies in an hourly-rate motel by the interstate. Remember, our lead male recently became a millionaire from business dealings and our lead female is a cover model for a major lingerie chain, it's at about this point the birds of the world turn into "CGI" sprites and begin "attacking" people at random.Read more ›
Birdemic is astonishingly inept. The coverage, for instance, during any of the conversations in the film is embarrassingly bad with the result that there are unnatural pauses interspersed throughout any conversation (the flaw that nearly prevented me from watching the film). Or perhaps it's the editing that truly sucks. A few shots should have ended long before they actually did. At any rate, the film moves along ineptly for a good 15 or 20 minutes until it achieves its true glory, something hinted at in a few scenes but never fully realized until the middle of the film. I'm talking about the special effects.
There is a scene early in the film in which the aforementioned dashing hero and the fetching heroine are on a date.Read more ›
To list everything bad about this movie would be to embark on a quest to the very bowels of cinematic HELL. Birdemic is not only an insult to thrillers and Hitchcock's The Birds, but to movies, to special effects, to actors, directors, audiences, and the very nature of birds.
How bad is Birdemic: Shock and Terror? The acting is worse than Nicholas Cage in The Wicker Man, Tommy Wiseau in The Room, and Taylor Lautner in anything rolled up in one. It is so wooden it makes your highschool play actors look like Brando in Streetcar, so inconceivably, unfathomably, shockingly, gratingly atrocious you may no longer wish to be alive.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What have I just watched?
This has to be a contender for worst film ever!
It makes plan 9 look good. Read more
This is the BEST bad movie I have ever watched. The way the birds fly, omg! Hours of laughs.Published 2 months ago by Jeanne
I rate this 5 stars purely because this movie is so bad it's good. I would recommend raving to your friends and family about this and make them sit through the whole thing. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Hailey Berry
This movie speaks for itself in how awful it is in legitimately every single way imaginable. It has horrible cinematography, awful acting, pathetic visual effects, godawful sound... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sebastian Canino
Why is this a Blu-Ray? The movie looks like it was shot in 480p or less. That said, this is a terrible movie in all the right ways. Read morePublished 7 months ago by The Yeknod