Fans of "so bad, it's good" movies: this movie is in another league entirely. You may think you have seen bad movies, but until you see this movie you have no idea what quality cream you have been skimming off of the creative wasteland that is potentially available to Everyman, given a $4000 budget and a camera no one knows how to work.
But, you ask: is this a good "bad-film" that, like Plan 9 from Outer Space, we can watch with friends, get stoned, and laugh about? First of all, I defy anyone ANYWHERE to watch, actually sit and WATCH, this movie, for more than 30 minutes. Maybe weed would help. But here's a clue: after 20 straight minutes of badly shot and aimless DRIVING through the ugliest scenery ever committed to cheap nitrate, even the greatest ironists ever, the cast of "Mystery Science Theater" , were reduced to tears at the absence of anything interesting to even make fun of.
Still, it is a must see. In the same way that a painter must acquaint himself with all the colors of the spectrum, any film buff should see this as the clearest, most vivid illustration of what NOT to do when making a movie. Any "entertainment value" garnered will probably be similar to the uncomfortable laughter one experiences when encountering a crazy person on a subway train. After a while, you just want to move away.