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Feat. Peter Jackson
Aroview: New Zealand's entry into the splatter comedy genre, shot on consecutive Sundays over a four year period, is among the best ever made. Outrageously gory film has had the world's critics and audiences in awe. Forget rugby and racing, this is Kiwiana! See it and see it again...
Average rating (Very Good). Showing 1-5 of 5 member reviews.
5 stars (Exceptional) One of those very rare B-grade splatter films that festers and mutates in the minds of its many cult followers until no longer discernable from a top-tier-production. Simply brilliant, and the included documentary alone is worth the price of admission. ~Tom H
4 stars (Very Good) ~JohnSpecialK
4 stars (Very Good) I want Peter Jackson in his ultra low-budget horror mode again. Forget Lord of the Rings, this B-grade splatter film is the best one to watch. ~Anon
4 stars (Very Good) Gross-out comedy at its cartoonish zenith, yes. But critical objection evaporates in the face of it's boundless enthusiasm and D.I.Y ambition: they're so palpable you can't help chuckling and cheering. See it to believe it, but do eat first. ~fairbrother
4 stars (Very Good) classic ~Wyatt Earp
Reference Links: Bad TasteNZ On Screen film review.
Contains the doco "Good Taste made Bad Taste" by Tony Hiles.
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