Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker
Reviewed: Netflix Streaming
one from the crew over at Low Budget Pictures, Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker was tagged as follows:
Mulva. Lady McPouchsweat. These are the characters that inhabit the twisted
mind of writer/director Chris Seaver. MULVA: ZOMBIE ASS KICKER! follows the
misadventures of a chocolate-addicted young girl celebrating Halloween with a
bizarre assortment of characters including the aforementioned Bonejack — a
cross between Bill Cosby and Don King who saves the day by helping kick some
zombie Taint When Tromaville becomes over run by the living dead.
FULL of cheap gore,
Twisted Vulgar comedy and Cameos from Tromas own Lloyd Kaufman, Trent Haaga and
Debbie Rochon. This flick has become a campy-cult-classic that is sure to make
you bleed on your blood with Joy! "
Pretty much says it all, as far as I can tell, except for
one small detail they forgot to mention about this film written and directed by
Chris Seaver: It Sucks. A lot. Now, now, before everyone gets all butt hurt and indignant,
I do usually like the zero budget craptacular films served up on a regular
basis by Chris and the crew of Low Budget Pictures. I generally enjoy the vulgar humor and ridiculous violence,
in conjunction with the flat out bottom of the barrel nature of the
production. It has charm,
generally speaking, and works as horror, comedy and parody all rolled into
Unfortunately, in the case of Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker, the system has
failed and I know why. The main
character, Mulva, is just fucking annoying. Period. Not in
a good way, either. The is
absolutely nothing about the character that makes one want to even put in the
short forty-five minutes or so that the film requires. From the moment I realized
that she was
the character the film was going to focus on, and not just the first victim, it
was all I could do not to turn the thing off.
find the usual cast of characters, from Teen Ape on, a bit with Debbie Rochon,
and the usual level of acting and production that is expected from a Low Budget
Pictures’ production, but all that is just destroyed by the terrible lead
character. I hated this
movie. I hate the Mulva character. I
would advise anyone reading this to
avoid Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker
like the black fucking plague.
Chris Seaver and the crew at Low Budget Pictures are
some of my favorite “No Budget” type films, such as Carnage for the Destroyer,
but here it has just not worked out for them at all. This is how it all breaks down:
Nudity: A bit of the T&A.
Violence: Effects are neither here
nor there, but are plentiful.
Story/Plot: The writing wasn’t up to LBP’s
Not good, but Debbie is a bonus for any