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Birdemic Review - A.K.A Why I hate Myself and Everyone Forever and Ever

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Where were you the last time you started to question whether there was any point to life?

If you're anything like me then there's a good chance you were watching Birdemic at the time, and as the minutes crawled by your thoughts started to drift towards suicide.

Luckily the film ended before I could get the needle all the way in (apparently the rib cage does cover the heart, who would have thought!), so I'm still here. I'm down one white shirt though, man, was that a lot of blood!

Ha ha. But yeah...

Birdemic



No, not that.

Perv.

That. On the screen!

That's right, Tippi Hedren of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds' fame is in this film!!!

...on a tv screen.

...for like five seconds.

...and she doesn't really do anything.

Yeah, honestly, I didn't think that would impress anybody. I totally missed it when I watched the film... I don't know why.

I was checking my phone.

It's a mystery!

Anyway, don't watch this. I wouldn't, I mean I wouldn't if I hadn't of been stupid enough to watch it in the first place.



*facepalm*
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About Panzadolphin56one of us since 3:09 PM on 07.02.2012



Hello!

I am a UK person, I came to Flixist from yonder Dtoid *gestures at distant mirage* because I like films and would like to moan about films and/or find out about all the upcoming movies that may have skin on show in them! :D

When it comes to films I think I'd probably describe myself as someone with very particular tastes - I tend to split what I like between films I like for their artistic merit and the themes they discuss, and then films I like for their comedic or entertainment value.

I'm a pretty big sci-fi/horror/cyberpunk fan, so films like Alien, Aliens, Blade Runner and Terminator are some of my favourites. I also like a lot of post-modern or experimental stuff, body-horror is interesting, and I like films that subvert genres and convention in some way.