I don't think people appreciate how much artistry goes into deliberately making a movie that is so bad it's good. Sure, you can make a shitty movie that is accidentally awesome. But Canadian indie Manborg, out now on VOD, is the rare scifi satire that intentionally morphs cheesiness into greatness.
Even though Picard is clearly on vacation and trying to relax, the week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases march ever forward. This week includes fake superheroes, lesbian vampires and manborgs! (Also, here’s the uncropped pic, in case you want to see the Captain’s log.)
We've already celebrated the greatness of Manborg, the bargain-basement tribute to classic 1980s science fiction movies. But here's your first actual clip from the film, in which Manborg offers some wisdom: "It's never too late... to be a hero." The acting in this scene must be seen to be believed, including the…
Hell has taken over the Earth, led by the evil Count Draculon, and the human resistance is utterly crushed. Until one dying soldier gets transformed into the ultimate engine of vengeance... Manborg! Uh, what?
This week get a face full of Manborg, the creepy film that takes place after the mighty hell wars! Plus a sweet little end-of-the-world rom-com, and a spooky short proves that H.P. Lovecraft is still the scare master.
Inspired by a love of the craptacular scifi classics of the '80s, Canadian filmmaking collective Astron-6 Video have unleashed a trailer for their latest — a gloriously cheesy gem of hackery called Manborg.