OMFG - WORST MOVIE EVER MADE
My eyes are bleeding from just a few seconds of seeing it.
Painfully bad! I was able to watch the whole thing.
I love how the movie falls apart at the end. I've never seen a movie fall apart this badly.
This film was pretty bad, but I gotta admit I found it oddly watachable and entertaining in its jaw-dropping oh-so-80's cheesiness.
"We're all part Shatner/And part James Dean/Part Warren Oates/And Steven McQueen"
I just started to watch this....came here to check out opinions...mmmmm.pretty bad so far...disjointed and that's for starters. It should have played more for laughs. They appear to have just fallen into the hole and the face of a man is ordering people around in a ridiculous city below the earth ( I hope that doesn't spoil it for anyone!!!) I don't know if I can take any more..share
I was around working on Alan Quartermain which they were shooting at the same time as Journey. Believe it or not the behind the scenes was more chaotic than the film. An ocean of footage was shot that never made it into the film. There was a flying digging machine that was built off a VW Bug and a lot of creature footage. I believe there's one dream scene with the giant creatures but the rest never made it into the film. They also made reptile suits for chickens but found out the hard way chickens don't handle heat well when they started falling over dead in the middle of shooting. He's also famous for "shooting" a day with no film when they ran out of raw stock. When money started running low the director even shot in his backyard. The film is a legendary train wreck. I believe the film that was released was actually two different fragments of films edited together. I don't know what happened to all the footage that was shot. It's hard to believe it could be worse than what made it into the film. At least watching the chickens fall over dead in their little rubber suits would have added some much needed humor.share