Who’s Neil Breen? Only a god of terrible small budget movies. Since 2005, Breen has been pumping out a factory line of absolutely shocking movies: Fateful Findings, Twisted Pair, Double Down, and I Am Here … Now, to name a few of his best/worst offerings.
Words don’t do his films justice, so I’ll save my breath and just summarise a few recurring motifs from Neil Breen’s films:
- Neil Breen starring as the main protagonist;
- Neil Breen throwing laptops around the room;
- Neil Breen starring in sex scenes he’s written for himself;
- Neil Breen unexpectedly (and unwantedly) getting topless. (Honestly, Neil Breen’s nipples get more screen-time than most movie side-kicks.)
Another ever-present motif is his ability to write dialogue that sound slike it’s been put through google translate half a million times. With acerbic lines like “I can hack into anything with my five laptops and six cell phones”, “I don’t need much. All I need is tuna of a can, live in a car”, and “I cannot believe that you committed suicide. I cannot believe that you committed suicide,” I cannot believe he hasn’t won an Oscar yet. I cannot believe he hasn’t won an Oscar yet.
He’s a visionary, an auteur, and an absolute fuck-up of a filmmaker. And best of all – most of his films can be found, for free, on YouTube.
So get amongst it! Call up some mates, crack into a box, and enjoy some of the worst cinema you’ll ever see. I guarantee these are the funniest comedy films you’ll see all year.
Hot take: The Room isn’t the best worst film ever made. The best worst film is any one of Neil Breen’s shithouse masterpieces.