Plot: After a meteor shower strikes Los Angeles, toxic smoke is released across the city causing people to physically change and become violent. A small group of survivors plans to vacate the city by heading to the coast.
Review: Disaster L.A. follows a group of friends who have just celebrated their first year living in Los Angeles. The mood quickly changes when on the following day, a group of glacial meteors strike the city causing chaos and panic to spread. Unbeknown to them, the smoke that covers the city carries a foreign amoeba that causes people to turn into zombies.
Another zombie flick for the taking. There is alot wrong with this film that I don’t even know where to start. In a city of millions, there is, at best, a dozen zombies. the SPX was poorly done
I really cannot say much for this film, and to be brutally honest, the film was dry, dull and boring that about an hour in, I skipped o the end to see how it ended….. Which was not much.
This film could have been done much better.
Verdict: Watch Z-nation instead.
My Rating: 1 out of 10
Space Station 76 (2014)
Stars: Marisa Coughlan, Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler, Matt Bomer, Jerry O’Connell
Screenplay: Sam Pancake, Jack Plotnick, Jennifer Elise Cox, Kali Rocha, Michael Stoyanov
Director: Jack Plotnick
IMDB Rating: 5.2
Plot: A 1970s version of the future, where personalities and asteroids collide.
Review: Space Station 76. The poster should say it all. A cheesy 70’s version of what life would be like in the future onboard a space station.
While the director did attempt to create a 70’s spoof film, this one failed to launch to anywhere except to Space Station Boredom. Although this film starred Liv Tyler, the film was humorless, bland and filled with cliche’s that left me wondering if I was watching a bad take-off of The Jetsons.
From the poster I expected a film that would be comparable to Battle Beyond The Stars or The Last Starfighter. Sadly, I ended up watching something that was the worst “Sci-fi” movie of all time.
Verdict: Watch Spaceballs instead.
My Rating: 2 out of 10.