‘Birdemic 3: Sea Eagle’ Review: A PSA-Laden Romantic Thriller (Fantastic Fest 2022)

In the plethora of modern so-bad-it’s-good films, few have seen the massive success and notoriety as James Nguyen’s phenomenal Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010). A movie filled with all the cheesy romance and awful apocalyptic terror you can fathom, the earnestness and naivete artistry employed by Nguyen makes it forever enigmatic to what a cult movie can be. But is it possible to hit lighting in a bottle a second time, and if you fail, can you try it a third time? You can blame global warming (literally) for Birdemic 3: Sea Eagle shortcomings, but there are still some elements you can enjoy as a cult movie enthusiast.



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