Birdemic: Shock and Terror


Action / Comedy / Horror / Romance / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 20%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 27%
IMDb Rating 1.8 10 17330


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May 15, 2014 at 01:19 AM



Tippi Hedren as Julie McNeal
Whitney Moore as Nathalie
Alan Bagh as Rod
James Nguyen as Patron looking at menu
753.00 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 45 min
P/S 4 / 36

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by janielany 10 / 10

1/10? Really? These people must be trolling!

I can't believe the number of deceptively low ratings on this movie. Everything about it is just about perfect.

When I first watched this movie, the first thing I noticed was the absolutely beautiful CGI, so you can imagine my shock when I saw that that is one of people's biggest complaints.

Also, the story is an amazingly done allegory for the Vietnam War. The plot of this story is are amazingly deep, this movie is absolutely wonderfully directed, (and I know I Already said this, but it's just that good), The CGI is absolutely beautiful.

Easy 10/10, all of the people calling this a 1/10 must be trolling.

Reviewed by krimzon 1 / 10

It's like someone holding a blowtorch to your balls.

Tl;dr : no.

As someone who has written a couple of reviews in the past, I'm at a loss at how to start on this review. I'm typing this extremely, extremely slowly, just searching for a way to approach this. I guess I had better start with the most prominent feature of the film.

Alan Bagh. I act as a hobby, and I've seen my fair share of terrible actors. But Alan Bagh is worse than the worst actor I've ever seen. Ever. Not just on screen - he's worse than the kid who played the innkeeper in my school Christmas play when I was 5 (his only line was 'No. Goodnight,' and he forgot it). He puts Tommy Wiseau to shame. Whitney Moore is slightly better, but not by much - the most realistic thing about her is that she plays a model for Victoria's secret.

I don't even want to talk about James Nguyen, the 'director' and 'writer'. But James, if you're reading this, I want you to know: You're a sick, depraved man. This film has shattered my faith in the art of film-making. I wish I was exaggerating. I wish this was just some joke, but it's not. I think the scariest bit about the film is that... everyone was trying their best. This was the best James Nguyen could do. His best shot. Alan Bagh wasn't acting like that because he was joking. He was acting like that because that's what he thought acting was like. And at the end of the day, they all patted themselves on the back, and congratulated each other on a good day's work.

Just let that sink in.

Sure, the first 30 minutes are funny. But it slowly turns sour, as you just watch your faith in humanity crumble before your eyes. It's like getting drunk with friends - at first, it's all laughs and in good spirit, but slowly over time it turns into something which threatens your entire wellbeing and the wellbeing of everyone you love. That's what it's like watching Birdemic. At the end of the day, it'll never reach the same cult status as The Room, because while The Room is some semi-playful BDSM, this is like someone holding a blowtorch to your balls. I'm giving this a 1/10 officially, but right after this, I'm going to email IMDb and ask them to put a 0/10 rating in place. Because what was the one point for? What in this film warranted the point? Where was the part of the film where I though 'yeah, this deserves a point'? I'm going to take a nice long shower and have a bit of a cry, now. I'm done.


Reviewed by lethalmouse-09949 1 / 10

I think i may be having an existential crisis.

Oh boy, where do I begin?

Birdemic: Shock and Terror is a horrible movie, no doubt. It honestly made "The Room" look like a plain masterpiece. This movie literally almost made me cry. I would rather watch Jake Paul foaming from the mouth in each of his "Diss Tracks" than watch this again. Birdemic certainly earned it's 1.8-Star review on IMDb. Perhaps it could be a bad actor? Maybe some lacking in the "story"? Could they have messed up on their stunning CGI? This godawful so-called "film" lacks in every single area I could think of. Here are some main problems: -Driving sequences have ZERO effort put into them. I love hearing the same 10 second clip over and over for three minutes straight. Also, the camera man seems to hold the camera with one hand, causing the entry sequence to ruin any respect it had. -Dialogue is extremely stale. While the creator attempt to spread awareness for global warming, just about everything was uninteresting and horrible. The audio was unbalanced with the surroundings to the point where i had to turn up and down the volume on several occasions. The main actor seemed extremely uninspired and mostly in it for the cash. -The disappointing CGI hurt my soul. I'm too lazy to write about it, so just imagine a tumor slowly engulfing another tumor, becoming am even larger, more cancerous tumor. That's how painful it is.

Now if you'll excuse me, I have a sequel to watch.

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