Otaku no Culture Reviews Us!

Another review is in, and it’s the first to ask, re: Joe’s monstrous meat mutation, “where did the bread go?” To which we answer: hey! look over there! what’s that?! *runs away*

When not discussing logic in a movie that has none, critic Ed Sum says our film has “plenty of humour and camp” and compared us to such classics as Attack of the Killer Tomatoes and Evil Dead: The Musical.

You can read the full review here.

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The Movie Sleuth Reviews Us!

Add one more review to the pile: Mike Stec at The Movie Sleuth calls Inhumanwich! “a black-and-white nostalgia trip with just a touch of modern flair and a whole lot of what makes old school low budget sci-fi so much fun.” (Got all that?) He adds our movie is “a fun and spirited tribute to the campy black-and-white sci-fi of yesteryear.”

You can read the full review here.

Rob’s Movie Vault Reviews Us!

And now another review has rolled in tonight, this one from Rob Gonsalves at Rob’s Movie Vault. Rob calls Inhumanwich! “a tribute to schlock of the ’50s, not a callow put-down,” adding “this good-hearted comedy boasts a good deal of technical savvy, of the sort that’s invisible when it’s working.” Oh, and it’s “just the brand of inspired nonsense we need at the moment,” too.

Check out the full review here.

Dread Central Reviews Us!

It’s our first post-release review! And it’s from none other than that hallowed hub of horror, Dread Central. Questionably named author “Foywonder” says our film is filled with “familiar 1950’s monster movie tropes turned on their head and used as a pogo stick” and calls it “a worthwhile throwback parody that should whet the appetite of fans of similar films such as The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra and the works of Christopher R. Mihm.” Not bad company!

You can read the full review here.