Mulva 2: Kill Teen Ape!
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From the Contributor
- Audio commentary by star Debbie Rochon, director Chris Seaver and the LBP crew
- Audio commentary by writer/director Chris Seaver
- Behind-the-scenes featurette (31 mins.)
- Lloyd Kaufmans Tribute to Low-Budget Pictures (6 mins.)
- Jen-Co Syrup Commercial (2 mins.)
- Production still & artwork gallery
- Splatter Rampage DVD trailers
Top Customer Reviews
Visionary! Comedy Horror! Bloody!
Words that have no meaning in the film Mulva 2.
To give this dvd a vote higher than 2 means one of four things.
1. You haven't actually watched Mulva 2.
2. You starred in Mulva 2.
3. You gave Chris Seaver money to shoot Mulva 2/Friend of Chris Seaver
4. You are Chris Seaver.
Whatever the writer/director/guy in blackface, Chris Seaver was on when he decided to waste more money on this "film" (I use the term only because a cheap camcorder does count as film), he should share with the rest of the world. Maybe then people outside of his circle of friends would find his films as funny and amusing as they do.
Oh, don't forget! The people who starred in this film ,who gallivant about the internet posting positive five star reviews!
It happened to be those very same reviews that tricked me into believing this was a partway decent film. Good work.
I wish someone had been honest about their review of this film , because then I would have not wasted my time or rental on it.
Let me make a couple of things clear. Don't assume that people are hating on this film for no reason, there are 62 minutes worth of reasons to hate this films.
This movie does have a message: No matter who endorses your film, no matter how much money you have , no matter who stars in it, a poorly written , produced and directed film is exactly what it is.
There is nothing funny about this movie , between Seaver in Blackface and the poor audio work, you either don't hear the jokes or you've stopped paying attention.Read more ›
Mulva 1 was slightly, very slightly, more entertaining, because, although the camerawork was pitiful and the acting idiotic, it was somewhat funnier in its stupidity in a twisted kinda way. Mulva 2, almost put me to sleep. One must note that the character of "Mulva" is played by a different actress. Debbie Rochon, who now plays Mulva, was also in the first film, playing another character. This movie is pretty badly acted, directed and written. So, unless you are very very bored, and like low-budget films that were done in someone's garage, you should not watch or buy this. I mean trash with better camera work is still trash. I did find myself smirking at some idiotic lines and scenes, so the movie is a bit entertaining.
PLOT: this movie is a spoof of "Kill Bill". Mulva comes out of a 5-year sugar induced coma and now watch revenge on Teenape, who was jealous of all the fame Mulva got after ridding the city of zombies in Mulva 1, and all the ones involved in the plot to hurt her. When she wakes from her coma she notices that she has changed (a joke about how there is a new actress), she has grown up, filled up (she now has breasts), has long straight hair and lost her lisps. She proceeds to go on a vengeance rampage. This is definitely not for the easily offended; there are tons of sexually explicit references, scenes and jokes.
The DVD: This is not worth purchasing. There is really no value to it. Just rent it, but don't buy it. The Special Features are limited and not that good.
There's a world of cinema that exists just outside of Hollywood, Sundance, and Cannes. It's a world of truly independent cinema, a world of Troma, of ifilm, of Low Budget Pictures. This is where Chris Seaver lives and makes movies. For Chris, the films aren't about huge budgets, amazing acting and technical wizardry, but entertainment made by fans, for fans. If this flick makes you laugh, Chris did his job; if it didn't and you didn't like it, then that's fine too. I'm sure Chris would be happy just knowing you gave it a try. At the end of the day it really doesn't matter what anyone thinks, Chris does what he loves doing, and does his best to make a living doing it. Can anyone really ask for more?
In this sequel to Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker, we find a brand new Mulva just out of a sugar induced 5-year coma. Her lisp is gone, her ears are pierced, and man did she ever grow some boobs. Her mission? To track down and kill those responsible for stealing five years of her life, and her bag of Halloween candy too. If you're at all familiar with the LBP world you won't be disappointed. We get to see everyone from Heather and Puggly, to Bonejack and Teenape, and a very special appearance by a guy who very nearly looks like the pumped sax-playing rocker from The Lost Boys. There's a ton of in-jokes (Plastique anyone?) and a ton of Kill Bill influenced sight gags.
What surprised me the most what for all of Chris's supposed technical disinterest this is the best-looking LBP feature ever. The editing and titles are worlds better than before, and the opening sequence (mirroring the opening of Kill Bill) is in my opinion of very professional quality.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The best. Really swell. Keen. Good clean Christian fun. Professionally filmed in the right manner.
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This is the second LBP I've watched, and I had a better time than with any number of expensive Hollywood 'blockbusters'. Read morePublished on February 7, 2007 by Victor Schwartzman