We seem to be living in a golden age of television. We also seem to be nearing the End Times of cinema. How else to explain the existence of a movie entitled Llamageddon? The trailer for it is a revelation. Or it’s from Revelation (the Book of).
Llamageddon vows to be nothing less than the greatest motion picture ever made about a killer space llama that attacks a house party in Ohio. Given how criminally overlooked the killer space llama sub-genre has been up until now, this is pretty much a no-brainer.
Llamageddon stars Howie Dewin (also the clearly demented filmmaker responsible for this magnum opus), Jacques M. Felin, Pinki Brainweis, L. Lean Burnside, E.B. Buxxner, Richard Cymbals, Leona L. Dandee, Mary Haddilam, Gooch Jesco III, Sunshine Phoenix, John Selmy, Aaron O.O. Shanson, Erin Stacy, Chet Steadman, and Luis the llama.
I understand Luis the llama was almost replaced by Christopher Plummer, but Pinki Brainweis refused to give up his $1 million reshoot fee.
About the only thing more improbable than the notion of a movie titled Llamageddon is the reality that this film has been in the works for over three years. We first reported on it back in the summer of 2015. Looks like this unlikely reality is almost upon us. God help us all.
Above you can witness with your own eyes the cinematic alpacalypse of an alien llama with glowing red eyes that fires laser beams and pummels victims with vicious llama fu as a man slowly mutates into a were-llama. What you see and hear will either leave you clamoring to see the insanity that is Llamageddon or leave you longing for the quiet dignity of a Sharknado flick.