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Bad Taste


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  • Actors: Terry Potter, Pete O'Herne, Craig Smith, Mike Minett, Peter Jackson
  • Directors: Peter Jackson
  • Writers: Peter Jackson, Ken Hammon, Tony Hiles
  • Producers: Peter Jackson
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Unidisc Music
  • Release Date: June 21 2004
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (131 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004Z1GI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,222 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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Format: DVD
When i first got bad taste i was verry surprised at how great the packageing is , theres a holographic cover aswell as a nice plastic sleeve . what else would one expect ? its is after all , an Anchor Bay dvd.after finaly getting to view bad taste on something bigger than a computer screen i was verry pleased ! this movie rocks so much . my only complaint is that it lacks specal features . theres a great documentary called good taste made bad taste wich does rock but other than that , all you get is a written bio. on Peter Jackson and a trailer ; wich is dissapointing but everything else easely makes up for it . it says on the cover "from the director of LORD OF THE RINGS" i hope some fans of l.o.t.r pick it up because of that and realise it doesnt take a zillion dollars to make a great movie .
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By stu on June 18 2004
Format: DVD
This movie is too much fun. This is schlock of the highest caliber. Peter Jackson's considerable talent is on full display in his debut feature film. The camera work and the editing are amazing. The physical schtick is impeccably timed and photographed. Despite the nothing budget, the technical aspects of this movie are outstanding.
Peter Jackson stars as Derreck(sp?), the sadistic, snivling scientist whose four man government agency, the Alien Investigation Defense Service, has been called upon to thwart a hostile alien invasion of a small backwoods town. Jackson's Derreck is revolting and charasmatic at the same time - a truly original anti-hero. The aliens are actually employees of an intergalactic fast food chain that has just begun marketing human meat - and it is evidently delicious. Can our four heroes save the relief worker (con artist) and foil the aliens' evil plan?
There are some great gags in this movie including a Monty Pythonesque exploding sheep and a recurring joke involving Peter Jackson's character's cerebellum continually falling out, being trodden upon, and then being stuffed back in.
This is an extremely enjoyable movie. For optimal enjoyment, watch it with plenty of alchohol and a couple of friends.
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I am a huge fan of horror/gore movies. For years I have heard about this movie with people talking about how good it is, how gory it is. Finally I shelled out the cash for the DVD and was really dissapointed. Other reviewers have described the plot well enough so I won't delve into that. I will say that you should probably rent this before buying it.
If you are looking for crazy gore I think that you would be better off with a movie like the directors cut of Citizen Toxie or maybe one of the newer japanese gore movies (which blow away everything I've ever seen before).
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This movie is sick! I came extreamly close to throwing up and I have a very strong stomach! If you are looking for the sickest goriest movie out thier....this is definatly it! one of the best movies i own!
RECOMENDATIONS:
Bad Taste (Limited Edition)
Meet The Feebles
Dead Alive (DVD UNRATED EDITION)
The Frighteners
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I was pretty dissapointed by this movie. Usually I would give a little bit of leeway to a movie like this, but the movie didn't give me alot of room to for leeway.
Thats not to say that "Bad Taste" is a bad movie. It probably would have been a lot more fun had it been. "Bad Taste" is compatantly made. The main problem with this movie is its just boring.
The pacing is greatly flawed and the final battle goes on about ten minutes too long. I found myself getting bored frequently and waiting for cool gore moments which sadly rarely materailized.
Too give credit where its deserved, working on a small budget, Peter Jackson made an impressive directoral debut. THe special effects are pretty good and acting suprisingly decent for a low budget feature.
But overall, "Bad Taste" rarely held my attention and provided, in my opinion, very little bits of cool gore. I would recomend "Dead Alive" over this movie anyday.
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Format: DVD
After the success of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, it was pretty much inevitable that director Peter Jackson's old classics would be released to DVD. Already available in a plain, single disc edition, DVD wonder Anchor Bay has re-released Jackson's Bad Taste in a limited 2-disc DVD pack.
THE FILM
Bad Taste was a sensation it was released, and it is a major cult film now. Peter Jackson's 1987 debut picture finds four alienbusters coming to a New Zealand town, where the discover the town overtaken by aliens. Of course, these aren't your everyday Sigourney Weaver aliens. Un-uh. These guys are part of the intergalatic food chain Crumb's Crunchy Delights, and all they want is some major human flesh to chew on. Hmmm ...
Being Jackson's debut, the film obviously can't meet up to later hits like Braindead (a.k.a. Dead Alive) and Lord of the Rings, but there's some talent in here yet. It seems like a backyard picture, and I suppose that's one of the reasons it's so popular. What I do know is that it's gory, entertaining, and the most digusting film I've ever seen. [7/10]
THE VIDEO
Anchor Bay has done a terrific remastering job. There isn't any grain anywhere. A flawless work. [10/10]
THE AUDIO
As all the voices in the film were dubbed after shooting, many times the words didn't meet the mouth movements. Well, Anchor Bay has - somehow - fixed this problem with its lovely DD 5.1 remix. No problem here. [10/10]
THE EXTRAS
Well, if you consider the fact that it's a Limited Edition (of 50,000) an extra, then we got that here. Anchor Bay's double-disc set includes a Peter Jackson bio, the film's trailer, and a very good documentary about the film: "Good Taste Made Bad Taste". I think fans of the film will be pleased.
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