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Chicken Park

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Italy  •    •  98m  •    •  Directed by: Jerry Calà.  •  Starring: Jerry Calà, Harold Davies, Demetra Hampton, Jeff Blynn, Simone Canosa, Joanna Chatton, Massimo Ciprari, Antonio Covatta, Roberto Della Casa, Alessia Marcuzzi, Lawrence Steven Meyers, Alessandro Padoan, Rossy de Palma.  •  Music by: Giovanni Nuti, Umberto Smaila.
       Vladimiro is in the Dominican Repubblic with his fighting-chicken. At one point the cock is stolen. Vladimiro starts immediately to look around for having it back. By doing this he discovers that someone is looking to set up a zoo-park full of giants chickens.


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Image from: Chicken Park (1994)
Image from: Chicken Park (1994)
Image from: Chicken Park (1994)
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Before I begin, let me tell you that I like to watch so-bad-good-movies. I've sat through Battlefield Earth, Plan 9 From Outer Space, The Room and even got a few kicks out of watching scenes from Manos: Hands of Fate. The aforementioned movies are famous for being dubbed, "Worst movie ever." Chicken Park is worse than all of these films. In fact should never be put on a worst of list, unless the authors responsible put a disclaimer reading "Do not watch this movie if you value your existence!"

Chicken Park is so bad that after 40 minutes, it was physically impossible for me to sit through it without vomiting. This is a spoof film that is worse then any of the spoof movies made by Aaron Seltzer and Jason Friedberg. My brother unwittingly stumbled across this in a DVD rental store and hired it. Due to psychologically repressed memories, I have difficulty recalling all the details of my forty minutes in the closest circles of hell with this...this ungodly mess. I seem to recall a scene featuring a giant chicken raping a man. I don't know if that was actually in the film, or if it became a figment of my imagination as a consequence for attempting to watch it.

Luckily the film is only available in Australia. But if you do find a copy, it is your duty to take it and take whatever measures are required to destroy it, so we can live knowing that there will be a future when no one can see Chicken Park.

Review by mrdjx
from the Internet Movie Database.