Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, The
USA , 2001, 90min
: Larry Blamire
Fay Masterson, Andrew Parks, Susan McConnell, Brian Howe, Jennifer Blaire, Larry Blamire, Dan Conroy, Robert Deveau, Darrin Reed
The fifties was as wonderful time. The aliens still visit Earth in flying saucers suspended on strings, wore rubber lizard costumes, and from their světovládných plans is made to discourage the knowledge of the true american way of life. Theatrical playwright and film director Larry Blamire this charming epoch dedicated most of his work. The legacy of such masters of botched alien attacks, such as Ed Wood and Roger Corman, volunteered in his stage play Bride of the Mutant's Tomb (Bride of the mutant's tomb), but the real tribute to them folded up in their movies, the Lost skeleton of Cave degradation, Trail of the Screaming Forehead (Trail of screaming foreheads, 2007) or a Dark and Stormy Night (A dark and stormy night, 2009). Blamire is primarily a master of the absurd přeplácanosti. After spadlém the meteor containing the rare element atmosférium is looking not only young and passionate scientist, but also a group of aliens ztroskotavších on our planet and, finally, the lost skeleton from the Cave of decomposition, which wants to return among the living. The image is the waist not only at the grotesque situations, but especially on the lovely překombinovaných dialogues using the perfectly artificial language padesátkových sci-fi movies. A humble tribute to probably the most zahanbujícímu decades of history of the fantastic genre is of course presented in a special format skeletorama (ie filmed on a cheap digital camera and then converted to black-and-white image), and created in similar conditions, in which Wood and Corman to put together their classic titles (so completely written in five days and filmed for ten).
: Horror Sci-Fi Comedy