Zom-B-Gone! The Full Power Zombie Eliminator! – film Short (2015)

Check out this short project we did over the weekend! It’s a spoof of commercials, such as OxiClean featuring Billy Mays. We hope you enjoy it!


Bad Movie Studios – Resident Evil: Revelations (2012) Review!

Okay, it’s a day later than I promised, but you can watch my RE:R review right on the Facebook page Here or on YouTube Here Yeah I know I said I was gonna abandon the YouTube page, but screw it. I’ll just keep uploading my videos there for the sake of it. They might not stay there forever though (due to the BS copyright thing on YouTube) so if you want to watch my videos, the Facebook page will forever play host to them as well. Also, I know I never ask for it, but a Like, Share or Comment on anything you watch would be greatly appreciated. It’s always good to know what the people who watch my stuff think about it.


So, moving on from that, You can also watch my last review, Beast of the Bering Sea (2013) on YouTube as well. If you missed it before you can watch it Here. That you can also watch (along with every other video and written review I have done over on the Facebook page. I know I keep promoing the page but since that’s like my home base I kind of have to.


So what’s next? Well I’m not quite sure. I have a few extra days off from work this week, and I wont be going back until Wednesday it looks like. So I’ll shoot for my next video on Tuesday because I have other engagements until then. I’m not 100% certain on what the review will be, but I’m leaning towards another game review, this time Godzilla: Domination (2002) on the Game Boy Advanced. I just watched someone on YouTube by the name of GojiFan93 play it and it brought back memories. So that’s what you can probably look forward to.


Well other than that, I don’t particularly have much else to update on. I’m trying to maintain some ensemble of a schedule and release content as often as possible. so far so good, I’ve gotten 2 new videos out in the span of a week. Not too bad for having been gone for a while. Now the entire time that I’ve been writing this section, I’ve been trying to think of some sort of witty ending statement like I did last time (granted it wasn’t amazing but it was passable for a D level Monty Python sketch I assume). But since nothing is coming to me I will instead quote the multi-time NY Times best Selling Author, 3 time WWE Champion and Hardcore Legend Mick Foley, as he quoted the renown Christmas figure and pop-culture icon Frosty the Snowman, by saying “I’ll say goodbye, but don’t you cry. I’ll be back again, some day.”

Bad Movie Studios Video Review: Zombie Diaries (2006)

Bad Movie Studios Video Review: Zombie Diaries (2006)

The first YouTube video for Bad Movie Studios. Check it out on YouTube, and like the page on Facebook please

Bad Movie Studios Review: Zombie Diaries (2006)


Zombie Diaries (2006)

A Bad Movie Studios Short Review

So I’ve decided that the month of October is going to be a feature for Bad Movie Studios. Yes much like my inspirations, the Nostalgia Critic and Cinemassacre (James Rolfe), I will be doing a theme for this month of reviews. And I’ve decided to throw caution to the wind and claim October of 2013, Convention Crusher Month. That’s right, all October long I will be continuing to break tradition for myself and do things a bit differently than usual. So, to continue this new found idea, today I give you my review of Zombie Diaries. What will make this review convention breaking is that A. It will be short and B. I won’t be sticking to my usual formula of talking about things as I feel necessary. No instead I’m just gonna play it bare bones and give you as simple and effective a review as possible. This movie is an independent Horror film from Britain that was directed by Kevin Gates and Michael Bartlett. Some people might think that the idea of a movie having more than one director is weird but actually a lot of movies do it. For example, King Kong (1933) had 2 directors. And it’s also not uncommon for a film to have A and B unit directors, who handle different sequences to ease production.

Zombie Diaries is an interesting film although it’s kind of hard to place. It was all filmed with a hand held camera and shot using DV tapes, the same I used in film school. This gives the movie an obvious found footage feel to it. It has three chapters with branching, overlapping, and eventually connecting storylines and characters that surprisingly doesn’t feel to convoluted. The story if fairly solid and throws a few minor curve balls here and there as well. Also the introduction of new characters every so often keep things fresh and that’s a good thing. The story is also very character focused, much like the Walking Dead TV show, but this isn’t nearly as well put together. Not that Zombie Diaries has poor structure, it’s just not as good as The Walking Dead’s. It’s all about the different groups of survivors that all come from different backgrounds trying to make it in the zombie apocalypse. And you know what? I think that’s the weakest link in this film’s chain. The movie is solid. Not great but alright. It even manages to have some creepy moments and decent scares. But it’s just so unoriginal. This premise has been done about 1000 times in the Horror genre, and most zombie films usually take the “survivors in the apocalypse must survive” motif. I don’t want to give the wrong vibe here, I like this movie, it’s not a bad film and already I can tell you that it’s worth a watch if you’re a fan of the genre. But if you ARE a fan of the genre, you’ve just seen this movie before.

The found footage thing does change things up a little bit, giving us a little different perspective on things. It’s like some other found footage films like The Last Broadcast (1998) and The Blair Witch Project (1999). You get drawn in by watching what’s happening and since a lot of it is in first person, there’s a personal experience factor that goes along with the presentation as a whole. Still though, this film does very little in the way of innovation, as if you’ve seen those movies you’re in for nothing new. I don’t want to keep beating a dead horse, but like the movie I can’t help it (see what I did there?).

So I guess I recommend Zombie Diaries. The story is fine, the characters are all portrayed well (especially one particularly sick fellow), the zombies look decent and there are a handful of scares to be found. The problem is that with it’s sheer lack of bringing anything new to the table I can’t recommend it highly. The movie is as bare bones as this review.

Final Rating: 75. Good, but nothing special.