Legend Lives, The
Reviewed by Justin Kosch
Rating: 10 Beans
f you want anything close to a philosophy from me, it would be one of these. "You can find the worst movies at a scary film fest," and "It's always good to put a smile on someone's face."
The first one was discovered last Friday, when my sister and her friend went to the video store. I followed along-I'm a younger brother. I have to tag alone. You didn't get the booklet?
Anyways. To the movie. My sister rented it because it looked "Booty." I didn't know if that was good or bad, so I just kept my mouth shut.
It was the first movie we put into the videotape, and I wish that my video store account wasn't scarred by this film. Boy, was it horrible. It stars Gaylen Ross as Alexis Dubin. Gaylen Ross was the woman in Dawn Of The Dead. I applaud her for changing her screen name for this picture. I would have done the same thing.
When we watched the movie, my sister got the crap scared out of her. She'll deny it now, but we can always get her friend as a witness.
Throughout the ending credits, my sister kept repeating, "This film is so BOOTAY!" while moving her hands around like a rapper. Should I be scared?
Well, if you want to see the worst horror film ever made-Yes. Even worse than The Burning, rent this film. It may be under another title, like it was when I watched it. The titles are: Madman, Madman Marz, and The Legend Lives.
Check it out especially for the theme song. The song not being nominated for a Razzie for Worst Song is beyond me.
As for "It's Always Good To Put A Smile On Someone Else's Face," Somebody told me that at the video store the next day when I returned the video. It has stuck with me ever since. Weird, huh?
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