Y2K

3.7
Average: 3.7 (6 votes)
Survival
Wellington > 3

So sad you guys were excluded from the audience award vote. It was hilarious and super fun. Excellent job.

Locke
7

So sad this was disqualified! I loved the style of your film last year, and I was so happy to see you carried a similar feeling through to this year! The wide angle lenses, the intense acting, pacy editing, absurd comedy - it's all so good! Both actresses did a fantastic job too, and the overall story premise was perfectly simple, and executed without many flaws!

The film was well executed and it felt like you got on screen exactly what you wanted to, the simple setting and characters where really well done and cinematography really suited the film and added to its comedy. The film felt unfocused and lost a lot of the survival aspects and spent to long on the toilet humor which only really works in small amounts.

Hilarious! This film was a gem.
Sending up Y2K was a brilliant idea. This film was brimming with comedy gold: 1999 retro, p.o.v. pissed at a party, zombie or hungover (who cares, what's the diff?), splitting a napkin between three in desperate need of loo paper. This was great execution of great ideas and by far the funniest film of the first four heats.

CAPLOCKS
3.01

ONE OF MY FAVOURITE FILMS OF THE DECADE SO FAR WAS A ZOMBIE FILM CALLED 'THE BATTERY' WHICH HAD A GOOD AMOUNT OF SCREEN-TIME WITH THE LEADS BUNKERED UP IN A CAR. NOT SURE IF THIS TEAM HAD SEEN THAT FILM BUT IT DID FEEL LIKE THEIR SETTING WAS EERILY FAMILAR. HAVING SAID THAT THE FISHEYED FRAMING AS PER LAST YEAR WAS PARTICULARLY STRONG AND THE NODS TO THE END OF THE 20TH CENTURY WERE SPOT ON HAVING BEEN THERE MYSELF AS A YOUTH. THE FART/DIARRHEA CONCLUSION WAS PRETTY GROSS AND OVERDONE AND JUST DID NOT REACH A SATISFYING CONCLUSION. I DID LIKE YOUR COMMITMENT TO IT THOUGH.

Placeholder review.