Tuesday, July 3, 2012

In The Year 2889

A man and his daughter attempt to survive in their mansion after a nuclear holocaust in this poorly-made film. There's wooden acting, shaky camera-work, a couple of bikinis, a "spooky" swimming pool, a drawing of a mutant chipmunk, mutant cannibalistic zombies with papier-mache faces, and someone says, "I need fresh meat.", and that seems fine. It's really not as interesting as it sounds, but I'm not going to talk you out of watching it. I watched In The Year 2889 on Youtube. Here's a trailer:

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