Best of the Worst Sci-Fi

The Best of the Worst Sci-Fi

Dr. Von Zuko's highly subjective and rather opinionated reviews.
With a critical eye on pure entertainment value.
Here are a few Sci-Fi Movies that are so bad they are good!
Weird, campy and maybe even cult film potential.

Best of the Worst
Sci-Fi



Godzilla - 2014

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Big screened the new "Godzilla" movie tonight. Now don't laugh, but this is the best Godzilla movie ever made.

An actual story line, character development, outstanding special effects, more of the human element than ever before. The traditional "Godzilla against Mothera style plot. Only . . . turn up the lights guys a lot of "dark." Very good in my opinion.

Forget 60 years worth of bad dubbing, men in rubber suits and cardboard miniature cities . . . this is a most worthy rehash of the Godzilla tale. In this well-crafted re-telling, monstrous creatures again descend on mankind.

Mothera is awakened with a craving for intense radioactive sustenance, which becomes a real problem for mankind. Mothera and Godzilla find themselves at odds with each other which is also not good for humans, but Godzilla, proves to also be the only hope for mankind.

No spoilers here . . . watch it, you won't be sorry.

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Piranhaconda - 2012 TV/Movie

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Wow, how did I ever miss this one in the deep discount bin?

A 2012 feature with Michael Madsen, Rachel Hunter : A (poorly executed CG) hybrid Piranha /Anaconda slithering creature, chases scantily clad women, and heavily armed men around on an Amazon River island and in an abandoned and crumbling industrial facility.

PO'd over a stolen egg, a pair of Piranhaconda munches people in the jungle, on a beach and down a river.

They bite everyone in half except the heroine and hero, who later attempt to blow them up with some "green stuff."

The hero reveals that he has the stolen egg, but ultimately another Piranhaconda settles the score. A third Piranhaconda then appears from nowhere killing the remaining Piranhacondas and lurks near a waterfall down river . . . I see a sequel coming.

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