The last time I was at the Prince Charles Cinema, it was for RiffTrax Live: Samurai Cop.
Sad that there’s no chance his new film will ever be shown in any of my local cinemas.
Neil, being Neil, has released the list of venues that will be showing his latest movie.
Neil, being Neil, has released this information as a recording of him reading out the names in three Twitter videos.
Neil, being Neil, has not made the separate Tweets into a thread.
BUT HE’S COMING TO LONDON!
Wow at the green screen where they’re essentially acting over a still photo of an office that was taken with people in the background of the photo.
Also, those fight scenes look amazing.
I have tried watching several of his movies. They are unwatchable, even to someone who usually delights in bad films.
His documentary is not a fun watch.
Amazing. I haven’t seen greenscreen work like that since the James Nguyen classic Julie & Jack. I went right out to Neil Breen’s website to see if the movie was available yet. Alas, it is not, however, I did order the movie that started this thread Fateful Findings. Anyone this dedicated to turning out unintentionally bad movies deserves to have a few bucks thrown their way, and hopefully I can slip it in during movie night while no one is paying attention.
Neil seems to be a genuine, if peculiar, guy and his movies are unlike anybody else’s.
And if you check the credits, he does a ton of work behind the scenes beyond directing, even the catering in some of his movies.
Many bad movies are bad due to laziness or cynical cheapness (hello, Asylum!), but a Breen epic always feels like he’s done the absolute best he can.