Thirst (III) (2015)

  |  Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller


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When a group of wayward teens arrive at a desert boot camp, with no communication, and nowhere to run to, they realize their only chance for survival is to fight for their lives.


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17 March 2018 | audacity10
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| One of those "so bad it's almost good" movies
Flicking through the channels last night landed me with this film: a low-budget action horror with the usual bad acting and bad script.

Yet I somehow watched it all, and by the end I wondered if I'd nearly enjoyed it? Yes the pacing was atrociously slow, the premise has been done to death, but the stupid actions of the characters made me laugh. I also laughed at how often the actors got their cue wrong.

But the monster stole the show. The director clearly wanted this thing to be a splice of everything - an alien queen, a cyborg, a dinosaur, a centaur... it was such a muddled mess of ideas (it almost reminded me of Cartman's Scuzzlebutt creation). It also appears to have ninja-like stealth abilities, despite being a huge noisy, clunking, clangy machine-thing, because it can literally show up anywhere at any time and the characters only realise it is present thanks to electrical interference of a radio they carry.

So yeah, a totally garbage film that somehow manages to entertain.

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