I wonder if the producers and directors knew when they were making "Blood Diner" that it was going to be terrible. I mean, at some point, somebody said, "well, the script sucks, our actors are terrible, let's try making it as terrible as we can." It's gloriously bad. And on so many levels.
The obvious stand-outs are acting and plot. Wow. What can you even say about the two?
But somehow Blood Diner succeeds in it's stereotypical genre. For some reason having ridiculous amounts of bloods, T&A, an overwhelming number of stupid people, and more blood makes this film succeed.
Obviously this film isn't for everyone. In fact, it's probably not for anyone given it's overwhelming offensive nature (on so many levels), and evidenced by the fact that it isn't available anywhere (I had to have a ripped copy sent to me in the mail just to watch it).
But wow. Perfect for our current group.
Big thanks to Jason, et. al, for getting me a copy of the disk.
Oh, and still haven't gotten Megaladon III yet, even though it's been at the top of my list for months now.