Forget 2012. Megafault Is THE Disaster Movie of 2009

Do you not know what Megafault is?  Don’t worry.  Until this morning, neither did I, but now I do, and it’s time to spread the gospel.  People, this is Megafault:


Without so much as a trailer, the first thing that occurred to me was that I really need to put Brittany Murphy on Google alert.  Between this and The Ramen Girl, I’m beginning to suspect that any movie starring Brittany Murphy is a film destined bad movie excellence. Coming from the producers that brought us Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus and originally airing on SyFy are just shitshow icing on the train wreck cake.  Seriously, I need only this bargain bin DVD cover to know that this movie’s destined for greatness.

Of course, saying that would discount the Megafault trailer, which is a whole new realm of terrible I never actually believed attainable:

Erm.  Wow.  Just wow.  

There are bad B-movies, and there are deliberately bad B-movies, and then there’s the totally scientifically plausible movie about a massive fault that threatens to rip the world in half that stars a rather haggard looking Brittany Murphy and features this quip:

What’re you gonna do?  Declare war on an earthquake?

Basically what I’m saying is that Megafault is a profound work of art.  And the work of a serious auteur:

megafault special directors cut dvd

Et tu, 2012?

One Response

  1. […] reporting that Brittany Murphy has passed-away at 32.  Yes, there have been jokes here in the past about her career choice, but they came out of deep affection.  She was in two of the indisputably greatest comedies of the […]


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