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Yes, It’s Terrible, But Not As Bad As I Had Hoped!
Well, at least I finally this “famous” movie. It took me a long time but so many people have said “it was so bad that it was good” I finally gave it a shot. Previously, I settled for enjoying the Tim Burton “Ed Wood” film, which is very good and tells the story of the making of this movie.
Well, I agree “Plan 9” is bad and, yes, perhaps, “the worst movie of all time” as many label it, but I’m sure there are worse ones out there. Really! I’ve seen worse (usually the “B” sci-fi movies of the ’50s, too!)
I loved the first third of this film. I laughed many times at the hokey flying saucers, the walking “dead” and the corny dialog. I thought, “Wow, this was a bad (meaning good) as advertised,” but then I found the film starting to lag at the 35-40-minute mark and recovered a little bit in the end, but not enough to make me want to watch this again. It got too talking and too preachy. Holy cow, this movie is nothing but preaching for everyone to take “flying saucers” seriously. Then we got more preaching at the end about the usual how- violent-mankind-is” blah, blah, blah. The writers here obviously took themselves too seriously. They should have just kept it as sci-fi/horror flick without all the heavy-handed preaching.
Highlights included Tor Johnson’s face, the many lines of ridiculous dialog, Vampira’s zombie walk with her outstretched hand, and Criswell’s incredible speeches and the beginning and end of the movie! All of the above made me laugh almost every time!
Mad Genius or just Mad?
Plan 9 was made during the hysteria of Macarthyism. For this reason, there was a myriad of “invisible invaders” movies that permeated the landscape at the time Wood created this movie. While the script is flawed, the storyline one-dimensional, the special effects non-existent, stock footage galore, and the acting as cardboard as they come, this movie blends these aspects together in spectacular fashion. Had this movie had Tim Burton or the Zucker brothers names attached, and been released 20 or more years later, this movie might be considered one of the greatest spoofs ever made. There is so much to get caught up in, and so many different things to hit the rewind button for, that it may take upwards of 2 hours to get through this short film. This film is bad, but it could be argued that this film was created to be bad! From cut shots that move from midnight to midday and back again, to mattresses readily apparent as fall-aways, to the ever-popularly sighted man in the cape covering his face from the camera, this film has more Easter Eggs in it to search for than Oliver Stone has conspiracies.
We sometimes forget that films are created to be enjoyable. We don’t always need to have to ponder the meaning of existence after every feature. This is a film from within the era is seeks to mock. Every cliché is used. It’s not quite a horror film, and yet holds some of the well-worn clichés of the genre. Same for the Sci-Fi genre. This is a film that rises above it’s own limitations to entrench itself upon the cinematic landscape it seeks to make fun of. Remember, this is Ed Wood’s idea of the greatest film he could create.
This film has to be listed among mandatory viewing for anyone aspiring to work with the industry, as it is a mockery of both the big budget as well as the independent spirit.
This is one film you will not soon forget, and for all the right reasons. Is it right to be so wrong? Or is it wrong to be so right? Is this film a great parody? A masterpiece of a spoof? Or was it genuinely trying to be as good as it possibly could? This is all up to debate. The fact remains, your time viewing this film will seldom be thought of as a supreme waste.
A masterpiece? Maybe. The worst film of all time? Absolutely not.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 19 min (79 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Horror, Sci-Fi
Director Edward D. Wood Jr.
Writer Edward D. Wood Jr.
Actors Gregory Walcott, Mona McKinnon, Duke Moore, Tom Keene
Production Company Reynolds Pictures Inc.
Sound Mix Mono (RCA Sound Recording)
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (negative ratio), 1.85 : 1 (intended ratio)
Laboratory Pathé Laboratory, USA (film processing)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm