Sometimes I just do not feel like I am able to accurately express how good a film is. I try very hard to make sure that I am analytical in my reviews, and for the most part, that works very well. I pride myself in my ability to separate my own personal like of a film and its actual skill. But sometimes, every now and again, I feel like this is detrimental to explaining just how great a terrible movie is. If you could not tell, Hide and Creep is one of those fringe cases.
Hide and Creep fails in almost every way. It is shot terribly, with terrible cameras, with bad lighting, and very bad sound. Its score is ridiculous, and at times drowns out actors and is mostly out of place. The script is mostly nonsensical in its plotting, though its jokes are both misplaced and in a lot of cases pretty funny. The acting is basically community theatre at its most ... middle of the road. It fails in almost every regard.
Oh man, failure can just be the best sometimes, yeah?
Here is the plot: There might be aliens? And there are zombies. And no one acts like it matters. And everyone is a redneck. There you go. Watch this movie if you can find it.