Games  

What Do You Think Wackers Bonkers Original



one
/10


This 1 is a existent stinker

The quick pitch: An otherwise unremarkable barber goes for a long (very long) bulldoze, has some sort of nightmare, and mysteriously develops psychotronic powers that requite him the ability to impale people with his mind. The police aren’t as well happy when the bodies start piling-up, leading to one of the longest, dullest chases in screen history.

It’s been awhile since I’ve watched a moving picture quite as bad as The Psychotronic Man. I don’t hand out the dreaded “ane” rating like candy. You take to earn it. Merely this ane is a real stinker. Every bit I’ve already alluded to, it’s every bit irksome as watching pigment dry. Oh my God, I would have given simply near annihilation for something to happen. I must accept fallen asleep, woken up, and rewinded this abysmal film at least a half-dozen times. But what do you expect from a moving-picture show whose runtime (and I can’t be bothered looking upwards the exact runtime) is filled with “exciting” things like watching a car drive slowly down a road, watching a doctor read papers and make notes, watching really bad dancing, or watching that damnable concluding chase that goes on forever. These events take upwardly at least ¾ of the movie – I’chiliad non exaggerating. Anyone who says they like this excruciating mess as more patience than I.

A deserved 1/10 from me.

7 out of 8 found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



3
/10


Cult Movie

I actually know something virtually this film because the producer of the film was my landlord at i betoken. The Psychotronic Man is a grade B movie that’south true, just information technology is really an of import and noteworthy slice mostly because of its human relationship to film history and several other oddities that environs it.

It was the outset feature picture made entirely in Chicago since the Essanay era before WW1. Information technology was only able to be made after the death of Chicago’s longest reigning mayor, who would non allow movies to exist fabricated anywhere in Chicago. Information technology was also an independent feature picture show, made entirely outside whatsoever of the existing studio systems. It was shot completely on location and it used simply local talent. Many of the centrally located automobile hunt scenes and running gun battles were shot on the sly without the permission of whatsoever authorities because no movie commission existed. Part of the movie featured a automobile chase in Lower Wacker Drive which is an odd funky slice of roadway under downtown Chicago. In the next year the Blues Brothers came out and featured a machine hunt in the exact aforementioned place.

It was produced, written, and starred in by an out of work thespian named Peter Spelson who decided the best mode to become into the movies was to go out and brand one himself.

It is however probably most noted for its proper noun. The term “Psychotronic” has come up to be an almost generic term for grade B cult films. Google turns upwardly 88,600 different references for the give-and-take, all of which come every bit a result of this picture.

It did well in Europe under various names but it played only once in Chicago where it was made on April, 23, 1980 at 7:00 P.Thousand. in the at present demolished Carnegie Theater.

Like many kickoff efforts it is crude past comparing to the things that follow it, only it is truly i the beginnings the of modern American independent movie tendency. In truth even Ed Wood had more help.

40 out of 46 constitute this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



4
/10


Indie horror flick permit downwardly by padding

Alarm: Spoilers

THE PSYCHOTRONIC MAN is an indie horror flick that seems to take been made in gild to rip-off PSYCHIC KILLER, the entertaining trivial video nasty wannabe. This i’southward a very inexpensive-looking movie with muted colours and on-the-street camerawork; if you’re familiar with the kinds of thrillers put out by Vinegar Syndrome then yous’ll know the wait. An ordinary guy discovers a talent for killing people with his mental powers so he goes on a random killing spree while the cops hunt him down. It’south not very gory or suspenseful, and the interim is as basic as you’d expect, just I did relish the first half of this picture. Sadly, the second half gets mode too bogged down in silly slow movement action scenes which merely deed every bit padding in order to go the running time up to the required length, but elevate the pacing downwards to a snail’s clamber in the process.

3 out of 3 plant this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



4
/10


“Doctor, I demand your assistance”.

How bizarre… It’south anyone’s guess what’s truly going on hither. Especially later on watching the intro where the opening credits keep for a while. And I hateful awhile. Information technology was the championship that caught my eye “Revenge of the Psychotronic Man”. Information technology screams “Hey, look at me”! Anyhow what I got myself into was something bug-eyed. Think of “The Incredible Melting Man”, which was made a couple years before and the tone is similar, only without the graphic context. Yet information technology wasn’t as bad every bit I idea it might be, only you lot can come across why it’s virtually unknown. While being a penniless production, its clunky, dry and tawdry nature remains for near part rather entertaining. Why is it entertaining… because of just how unusual and surprisingly twisted it plays out? Fifty-fifty when it seems to concentrate on uneventful filler, there’south something unnervingly atmospheric and random that makes it hypnotic. Even when some scenarios are risible (like the commencement expiry with the constant wearisome-motion) and long-winded (at that place’southward a lot of driving going on). Something which would hit y’all direct away would be the creepy score that overpowers many sequences and that of some oddball audio-furnishings like the ominous bong chimes that comes and goes. You get more of a rush from the music than the visual action. The management is nigh non-existent, but the gritty location work of Chicago and the shadowy imagery gives information technology a scrap of a moody edge. While the performances are on the stilted side, but durable enough and dialogues remain lacklustre. Bemusing depression-grade horror Sci-fi.

6 out of 7 found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



four
/x


Weird with a majuscule “Westward”

Hither’south another groovy contender for my own personal award of “Most Demented Film I ever watched”, but the least I can say is that information technology was very interesting. “The Pschotronic Man” begins with the longest and most unnerving opening credits ever, only they’re quite sinister and atmospheric what with the really creepy music and odd color schemes and everything. This is one of them rare films that already make you lot feel uncomfortable before it even properly takes off. The boring-paced story introduces Rocky Foscoe; a barber with a few issues that may or may not be caused by the fact that he consumes his own hair shampoos and conditioner lotions. Rocky starts having foreign visions, like himself flight around in a car and such similar tomfoolery, and he gradually becomes the world’s first and only Psychotronic Man. Basically, this just means that he’s an older, fatter and sleazier male version of “Carrie” who can inflict stuff only by using his overdeveloped willpower. At first, Rocky doesn’t comprehend the powers that have been granted to him and even seeks professional assistance to make the unbearable headaches become away, but and then he gradually learns how to control his skills and apply it confronting the people he doesn’t like, like his own wife who’s in the way of his love diplomacy.

“The Psychotronic Homo” is overall a pretty cool moving-picture show, but sadly managing director Jack Thousand. Sell wasn’t quite sure which narrative tone to maintain. Does this story require a dramatic, mysterious or exploitative tone? Or mayhap a combination of all iii? This indecisive behavior leads to an illogical structure and uneven pacing, for case when a moody love-making sequence is immediately followed by an extremely violent murder vision. The picture show is also slow and uneventful. Specially considering the plot outline, they could have made this into a far more grotesque and trashy cult experiment; fifty-fifty bearing in listen the budgetary restrictions. The overlong chase sequence, for example, is the least spectacular ane in the history of movie house. The cars just drive in straight lines and at snail footstep, without tricky maneuvers or causing flamboyant accidents. Even so, there’s some greatness to find in this oddball production, like the creepy sound effects that are often repeated, including a church bong chiming and half the tune of Ennio Morricone’due south classic music for “Once upon a time in the W”. I bet the composer of this film was the just person who had great fun on fix.

Popular:   The Force Is Strong With This One Gif

Bizarre moving picture, to say the least, merely it did offering us the collective term for everything in cult, horror and trash movie house that is unique and indescribable. Psychotronic power!

6 out of 9 found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink


a neat “bad” film

I never expected to see a picture show like this. A great “bad” film almost a psychotronic barber who has looong drives in his auto and kills/hurts people by touching his hair and looking all serious (this is something you do when yous take THAT psychotronic disease). This has to be a motion picture that’s amend (and worse) than annihilation Ed Woods did, smashing “dumb” dialogue and wonderful bad actors. See information technology and you volition have a whole new view on moving picture-making..

6 out of 7 found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink


Solid gilt white trash cheeze

Peter Spelson is Rocky Fosco, a Chicago city barber with a big quiff, sideburns and a pimp moustache. He drives effectually listening to crap country music and fixes his hair a lot. Spelson wrote and produced this very bad, no upkeep supernatural psychic killer flick with his pal Jack M. Sell (the guy responsible for the music, editing and mis-direction). Evidently made fer a coupla’ bucks, our hairy barber is shortly blacking out and dreaming he’southward in a flying auto surrounded by smoke and disco lights. He tells his doctor (in a sequence that flashes dorsum to the previous 2 minutes) and fixes his hair some more till the headaches go out of control and he drives around and fixes his hair. And so a farmer has a flashback and Rocky kills him past using his newly acquired Psychotronic powers (which involves him fixing his hair while staring intently). Duuuuh. It’south rubbish, but absolutely brilliant rubbish and the type of loose brained ESP horror trash that won’t quit getting crapper/better with each passing moment and information technology’south but an alee of it’s time apprentice Scanners (lxxx) made by inept mental patients. Information technology’s genius I tells ya’. Solid gold white trash cheeze with wonky tunes, a little blood, disco dancing, the worlds slowest, dullest, longest car / pes hunt and a championship way cooler than it’s content. Sentry it twice!

7 out of 10 found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



four
/ten


Chicago seemed tired last night

Warning: Spoilers

Psychotronics are a conspiracy theory that posits that “government agents make use of electromagnetic radiation (such as the microwave auditory effect), radar, and surveillance techniques to transmit sounds and thoughts into people’s heads, bear upon people’s bodies, and harass people.”

This moving picture uses that term and ended up inspiring Michael J. Weldon to create his mag Psychotronic Video, which sought to discover and get the give-and-take out about movies that the mainstream ignored.

Chicago hairdresser Rocky Foscoe – what a name! – has discovered that he has psychotronic powers that he uses to smash his wife and create enough of a problem that a SWAT squad – and government agents that desire to use him for their own dark agenda – have to be chosen in.

Produced completely out of the studio system, shot entirely in Chicago and cocky-financed, The Psychotronic Human is the very definition of a regional moving picture. As a result, you tin can watch this secure in the knowledge that no matter how unsafe the stunts look or how great the downtown settings are filmed, they were all washed with no permits.

one out of ane institute this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



three
/10


a thorough no-no

I would advise AGAINST watching this…at that place’south amend things to do with your time and/or money. If, for some reason, yous ARE gonna exist subjected to this, don’t expect ANY elements of many sci-fi/horror films – no special furnishings; no gore; no sex – virtually no attempts. Then, information technology’due south a no-no, all the fashion. Rigid interim; casuistic continuity. The plot is simple: Rocky uses psychotronic ability to dispense with people; and the Chicago-expanse cops go onto his trail equally a event. Psychotronic wasn’t in MY dictionary, but I THINK that it ways that he tin can Volition things to happen. I suspect that he WILLED a lot of time in his auto. MY psychotronic powers must need a trivial work: This motion picture continued for quite a while afterward I WILLED it to terminate.

xi out of 23 plant this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



one
/x


Below the scale

I could tear this slice of crap apart, frame past frame. But it’due south not worth the try to do and so. MST3K hasn’t touched this, only because there’s not much to work with.

It has no entertainment value, at all. I pity the people who made this movie, because it has got to reverberate some role of their banal, disconnected, below-boilerplate life experiences. Obviously a man named Peter Spelson is mostly responsible for this crap.

No joy, no suspense, no horror, no pathos, no character development, no direction. Plenty of mustaches though. This thing is like a 70s porno without the sexual practice.

xiv out of 28 found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



2
/10


Trigger warning: real dead bodies (?)

This movie is so bad in every way, it’southward non even worth going into. Although I’m a bad film aficionado, I’d never make it through this one without RiffTrax’s comedic commentary. With their riffs, it’s worth watching once, but I won’t be returning to this one.

The primary reason I wanted to review the film was to let people know that there’southward a scene in a med schoolhouse where a roomful of students dissect what appear to be real human corpses! (Flayed and contorted into disturbing poses, no less, evidently to brand dissection admission easier and/or to dehumanize them.)

In that location’due south no way this no-budget ’70s turkey had the makeup / props upkeep for those to not have been existent. I’grand surprised none of the other reviews mentioned this, and I was surprised the RiffTrax guys didn’t give their audition a trigger warning beforehand, and instead only said stuff like “Wow!” during the scene. Since I don’t watch snuff films, this is the most disturbing thing I’ve e’er seen in a movie.

vi out of xi found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



half-dozen
/10


Interesting piddling no budget sci fi horror/thriller

A hairdresser drinks aftershave. A car explodes. Am I in heaven? Non quite, but non quite sky still ain’t such a bad place to be. The abstraction of multitasking visionaries Jack Sell (director, writer, cinematographer, producer) and Peter Spelson (author, producer, leading man, background in insurance sales), The Psychotronic Man seems to accept science fiction slasher intentions, only backside the scenes tussles grounded it in PG territory. This isn’t such a bad thing though, in a curious fashion the lack of gore (a little bit of blood but aught serious) prevents the flick from ever getting cosy and for much of the first half as well as the final moments there’south a dislocated feel to proceedings that contrasts well with the stark Chicago grit of the location. Dislocation is the best affair nigh this one, in that location aren’t actually any moments when information technology feels like an ordinary film. Repetitive soundtrack fabricated by and large of weird noises and an ominous church bell, needless only rather cool helicopter shooting (something virtually lonely roadways rather evocative seen from upwardly on high), freak outs made of clutching the hair and gurning intently to the aforementioned weird noises, its a exciting brew. Regrettably the 2d half of the pic deals more with the police force on our titular villains tail and is taken up with a lengthy and fairly uninteresting chase scene, only enlivened past some fun tilted angles. Peter Spelson does a skillful job on the whole as the star, with a sub customs theatre performance that ends upwards surprisingly convincing as a man with fried synapses. Sadly it isn’t a very well written part, we learn zippo except that he is a sleazy loser grouch who cheats on his wife. One of the least sympathetic of psychic powered killers in cinema and I’ve seen a fair few, what’s more I’one thousand naturally disposed to like them. Of the residual of the bandage Chris Carbis sports an Irish emphasis as the chief of police (don’t actually know why this stuck out for me), other roles seem to all be filled by locals of varying, mostly low level talents. They convince well enough though, this isn’t a moving picture that needed Olivier or anyone like that. On the whole I was well engaged by almost half of this one and loosely for the balance. It isn’t something I’d recommend to anyone other than weirdness connoisseurs (it being the motion-picture show that led Michael Weldon to adopt the term psychotronic as a descriptor of cinematic style), but to those who have to see it (you know who you are) information technology should provide some pleasure. vi/10.

Popular:   Heroes of Might and Magic 3 Tier List

P.Southward. Peter Spelson’s just other acting role was in the bonkers supernatural slasher gem Claret Beat. That one is an essential for weirdness fans, mayhap best watched in a double bill.

iv out of nine found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



5
/x


Proficient Badness #2: How to lose your mind and gain super-psychic abilities.

Stop experimenting with drugs, kids. Al you need is… a expert mixture of shampoo & pilus balm. At least, co-ordinate to this movie. A depressed barber starts drinking his own products and becomes… Psychotronic Man! The walls of his sanity come aging downwardly also, but I judge that’due south just a minor side-outcome.

Oh yes, this is a fairly inept motion picture featuring lousy interim and a lot of filler-footage. Many scenes get padded with various songs and even a machine hunt manages to be too long and uneventful. But even so, the look & feel of the film drips with vintage retro-ness, the soundtrack is cool and the whole pic feels similar a bad acrid trip you can’t become out of. It’s actually a fun flick to watch, when in the right state of listen. Another way to scout this picture show, is by simply turning off the sound, and mixing your favorite tardily 70’southward & early 80’s psychedelic rock tunes to it. The editor (Bill Reese) shows us this tin can be fun, as the car chase sequence already features cuts to the rhythm of a smashing soundtrack.

An out-of-the-ordinary, experimental piece of independent drivel. It really feels as unique every bit it looks inept. Lovers of obscure cult cinema should give information technology a watch. I watched near thirteen films (which we expected to suck badly) in two days, and “The Psychotronic Man” was ane of two that actually stood out or proved to be more memorable (and better) than well-nigh of the other ones.

Good Badness? Oh yes, fifty-fifty for half of the correct reasons. 5/ten and viii/ten

3 out of seven found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



10
/10


Psychotronic Joy! Now out on DVD!

Peter Spelson’s “The Psychotronic Human” is a bout de force of naive post-intelligentsia moving picture noire. Jack Thousand. Sell directs seemingly endless, artlessly blocked scenes that draw the audition into a twilight mood of most painful ennui. Truly, fifty-fifty before the opening title graphics crawled across the screen some vii minutes (significant?) into the first reel this reviewer craved the beatific relief of an untimely death before the side by side zoom-in shut-upward of Peter Spelson’due south heavily lidded psychotronic stare!

Spelson turns in an idiosyncratic performance as Rocky Foscoe, the hairdresser who prefers his hair tonic to Segrams Seven. Spelson’s Rocky is a tortured soul who has trouble putting together a simple sentence, much unlike the existent-life one-time insurance agent turned ane-time film actor who bluntly has never been known to close upward! “The Psychotronic Human” tin be favorably compared to the seminal works of Kurisawa or a immature Hitchcock only if one suspends all rational idea and gives over to a delusional view of a world where a moving-picture show such equally this can be considered anything more than than bong water worthy.

The great news is that for the first time an exclusively authorized, digitally enhanced 2 DVD prepare of “Psychotronic Man” is at present bachelor. This new set features product stills, the handwritten screenplay and the original music score, likewise every bit a commentary runway by the Psychotronic Man Himself: Author/Producer/Star, Peter Spelson. Also included is a short documentary on the making of “Psychotronic Man”. Caught on record during the shooting of this documentary is the discovery of the actual original copies of the 35mm theatrical film that were used in this digital reproduction.

What is finally revealed in this new production is the story of Peter Spelson, a frustrated would-be film actor producing hokey late-dark commercials for his ain insurance bureau. Peter finally concludes that if he ever wants to star in a feature motion-picture show he would take to write and produce it himself. What Spelson found was a nascent Chicago film community eager to show off it’s chops in anticipation of John Landis and “The Blues Brothers” production army who came to boondocks a year later on.

On the commentary track Spelson also tells how he begged, borrowed and sometimes appropriated with out proper authorization what he needed to complete his opus. Shooting of “The Psychotronic Human being” went on despite the lack of whatsoever official local permits to stage car chases, fiery explosions and fifty-fifty late night shoot outs on Chicago’s Michigan Artery!

Featuring an insurance amanuensis-turned-role player, a guerrilla film making style, authentic retro ’70’due south soundtrack and a back-story that just won’t die, the experience of “The Psychotronic Man” is truly a full greater than the sum of it’s parts.

8 out of 17 found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



one
/x


How a hairdresser could be so boring?

… from the 90 mn of the Psychotronic Human being, yous hands have 30 mn of driving through the countryside with annoying bad state music.

That leaves, say, sixty mn of pure movie. Pure indeed.

This is non a movie. This is not an essay about a movie. This does not acquit whatsoever resemblance with art or cheesy fun or annihilation connected with the movie business.

There are some movies which are so bad yous tin can discover them amusing, fun, easy to follow because of their badness… well, fascinating stuff. The but fascinating thing hither is the will of the director to show us how good the psychotronic man is at driving a motorcar. He is, definitely. He’s the best to lead y’all on the mode to total boredom.

This is probably one of the only moving-picture show in all moving-picture show history where a blank screen can exist a better spectacle.

iii out of eight found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink


“This Guy Drives Like A Chicago Cab Driver!”…

A hairdresser named Rocky Foscoe (Peter Spleson) has a bizarre experience on his fashion home from work. After more unexplainable occurrences, Rocky becomes THE PSYCHOTRONIC MAN. He appears to exist able to cause things to happen with his mind. Deaths ensue, and the police are baffled.

Popular:   Mobile Legends Team Ranking 2022

TPM is a super-depression-upkeep horror film that isn’t a full embarrassment. The “hovering automobile” scene is effective, though it’s pretty obvious how information technology was achieved.

This movie contains one of the longest hunt scenes e’er filmed. It starts out as a machine chase, resulting in a foot hunt through what seems similar the entire metropolis of Chicago! And then, when it appears to finally be over, it starts up once more!

Worth a spotter, if for no other reason than to say that you’ve seen a movie chosen THE PSYCHOTRONIC MAN…

0 out of 0 establish this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



3
/10


A motion-picture show near pyschic powers more than concerened with showing us cars driving.

Warning: Spoilers

One of those films I randomly found on Amazon Prime number I decided to give it a get. From the engagement when the movie was made and the fact the chief character had strange powers, I am guessing this is pretty much a Carrie ripoff which at that place were many. Some that were actually pretty good, The Fury, to this one which is really bad, Psychotronic Man. Manifestly a very express budget past the fact they could not become a decent lead, his hair was like a full joke, and the lack of the guy with psychic powers using said powers.

The film has a barber end his solar day early on and proceed to drive and drive and drive to the point it is nighttime exterior and he pulls over to have a nap. He then experiences a dream where his car is flying through the air. He wakes upward and goes domicile to a very nice domicile with a wife and 2 kids and just how much does a barber make in Chicago? Well, he has headaches and soon finds out he has powers, of which are never explained. I was thinking aliens or something, just no, no explanation forthcoming. Soon after a couple of kills we end up watching the longest car/pes chase made all the worse by the fact it is non remotely exciting and the guy with super powers uses said powers the minimal amount of times.

The motion-picture show was fabricated tolerable as I watched the Rifftrax cut, which for those who exercise not know are the guys from the last three seasons of MST3K making fun of a picture show only we go the entire picture show rather than the condensed version. It makes seeing a picture like this more entertaining and they do a better job than that throwaway Netflix season of MST3K. The moving picture is merely very amateurish, which it may have been a student flick, if and then they did okay. Still, simply too much stuff does not work to exist anything yous can take seriously.

So, no, this film is not good and definitely not on the high finish of the Carrie ripoff films. When making a film of this type, it is always best to use the powers more than than a handful of times and especially utilise them during the last epic showdown. Unfortunately, this film was too busy padding their moving picture with long drives to first the film and long slow chase scenes than showing us a man with monstrous powers, which is why i tends to watch a picture show like this in the first place!

0 out of 1 found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



1
/10


Worst movie I have always seen

Warning: Spoilers

I saw this movie in the early 80s on-board a Navy send–nosotros had little choice in our movie selections. I currently watch between x-20 movies a week. To this day I oasis’t seen anything, even the legendary films of Ed Wood, that is equally bad as this movie. In i scene nearly the cease of the film, there were shut-ups of National Guard troops preparing their weapons. These were WW Two era bolt action rifles. At a shut up of one of the troops pulling back on the commodities to load the burglarize you practise not run into anything going into the breach. And those eyes of the title graphic symbol. I think the makeup was purchased from the nearest dollar store. This film is but recommended for those individuals who enjoy watching the worst films ever made.

3 out of 7 found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



1
/10


This is Not a film!!!

Information technology is so padded that if y’all cut all the padding out and simply left the “plot”/”story,” the “movie” would be almost 20 minutes. And the non-filler is so incompetent in every way as to almost be offensive.

I watch a lot of bad movies and notice some amusement in them, simply this is next-level bad. This makes Plan nine from Outer Space seem taut and sophisticated!

This isn’t a motion picture. This is an endurance test! Nix stars!

P. S. The siren they love to have wail out of nowhere from fourth dimension to fourth dimension is i of the nearly annoying sounds committed to film.

0 out of 0 found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



one
/10


don’t bother watching…. unless your really bored and want to laugh!!

this has to exist one of, if non the worst moving picture that i take seen. the story line makes very piffling sense, as the only power he seems to accept is to scare people and so they some how accidentally die, and to brand cars fly. there is only near 5 sound affects used, and they don’t lucifer what is happening in the film. most of the time is spent on useless shots, such as a minute zoom shot on a shirt lying on a road. the actors aren’t up to much, most look like they don’t know what to do side by side, and are reading off the canvass.. totally unbelievable. the only positive side is that it had my family laughing at how rubbish information technology was… so unless your a fan of films that are so bad that they make you laugh for that reason…. i would stay away from “the psychotronic human”

3 out of eight found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink



5
/10


Much better than yous’d look

I only saw this because it was given the Rifftrax (Mystery Scientific discipline Theater) treatment. If you watch it “with the jokes”, I’d requite it eight stars.

As it stands, the movie is pretty fun. It shows a lot of the style and flair of the 1970’s and has a hypnotic soundtrack.

The story of an average homo having boggling bug plays out in an interesting way. The acting isn’t bad as much as it’south real. The characters are believable, simply not charismatic.

0 out of 1 constitute this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink


frack

By submitting this comment you are agreeing to the terms laid out in our Copyright Argument. Your submission must be your own original work. Your comments will normally be posted on the site within 2-3 concern days. Comments that do not meet the guidelines volition not be posted. Please write in English only. HTML or boards mark-up is not supported though paragraph breaks volition be inserted if you lot get out a blank line between paragraph our Copyright Argument. Your submission must be your ain original work. Your comments will commonly be posted on the site within 2-3 business days. Comments that do non see the guidelines will not be posted. Please write in English language only. HTML or boards mark-up is non supported though paragraph breaks will be inserted if y’all leave a blank line between paragraph

1 out of 17 found this helpful.

Was this review helpful?

Sign in

to vote.


Permalink

Source: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0164143/reviews