Sheborg (2016) (Blu-ray Review)

Sheborg (2016) (Blu-ray Review)

Sheborg (2016) (Blu-ray Review)

0 comments 📅25 February 2019, 07:29

Sheborg (2016) (Blu-ray Review)
DIRECTED BY: Daniel Armstrong
STARRING: Whitney Duff, Daisy Masterman
RATED: UR/REGION A/1:78/1080P/NUMBER OF DISCS 1
AVAILABLE FROM Wild Eye Releasing

When an alien fugitive crash lands into a local puppy farm and begins turning people into machines that feed on puppy flesh, Dylan and her BFF Eddie have to decide whether or not to take on the SheBorg menace, and save the world.

I must admit when I first saw the title and cover for SheBorg I was wondering if Astron-6 had gone and made a sequel to Manborg without telling anyone. Turns out this is something else from Australia and it does seem to have a lot of the same type of vibe going for it that Manborg had, only this one isn’t taking place in a green screen made universe. Here we have a “SheBorg” that has arrived on Earth and has decided to kill people and turn them into borgs as well. She goes on a bit of a warpath and eventually crosses ways with our leading lady and her best friend. The lead is a badass named, Dylan, who is played by Whitney Duff. She’s REALLY good in the role. Daisy Masterman, who plays her best friend Eddie, also does a great job. You might remember her from such films as Murderdom, but rest a sure this is the best thing she’s done and she does do a great job. The movie isn’t a perfect one, but it is a very violent one and packs a lot of fun moments.

In all honesty, what you get with SheBorg is the same thing you’d get if someone who knew how to use Adobe After Effects really well decided to stop using a camcorder and use a really good camera to make a movie. I hope that doesn’t sound like an insult because it isn’t. I’m just saying that this movie is made in a lot of ways like that of an SOV film. Meaning we see cars driving by and such in the background during scenes and all of that low budget type stuff. Which usually does add charm. The movie turns up the notch on creativity, however, and gives us an onslaught of gore and that is really what helps push this one into an area where I’m sure a lot of people will be having a lot of fun with it. Just don’t think too much about it and just go in with an open-mind for violence and indie style science fiction.

Extras

– Chaos Provides: The Making of Sheborg Massacre
– Music Video

QUALITY OF TRANSFER: 82%

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