It's important that you go into Chillerama well prepared... it will make the difference between loving it and loathing it. Possibly taking cues from Tarantino & Rodriguez's Grindhouse, this new anthology film sets itself around the classic drive-in monster movies. Chillerama takes place at an old fashioned drive-in theatre on its final night before being closed forever. 4 creature features are screened for the patrons and each pays homage to different sub-genres. The first film is "Wadzilla" which is directed by Adam Rifkin (Detroit Rock City, Homo Erectus) and it tells the story of a man who has a low sperm count. In fact he only has one sperm, but its gigantic. When it eventually gets free it continues to grow and destroys everything in it's path. It's very amusing. The second film is "I Was A Teenage Werebear", directed by Tim Sullivan (Driftwood, 2001 Maniacs) and parodies the 50's greaser flicks. A pack of teenagers terrorise a small community and begin turning people into werebears (yes, gay werewolves). I found this instalment kind of lame and was keen to move on to the next film which was "The Diary of Ann Frankenstein, directed by Adam Green (Hatchet, Frozen). I loved this one. Presented in black and white it tells the story of Adolf Hitler who discovers the REAL diary of Ann Frank which was a how-to guide to creating life from death. And so Hitler builds his own creature. All of the dialogue is spoken in german-sounding gibberish with subtitles. I LOL'd aloud with this one. Very funny... and finally the last film is "Zom B Movie" directed by Joe Lynch (Wrong Turn 2). It's a piss-take on George Romero's zombie flicks and its a nice way to finish up. Chillerama is intentionally bad and if you don't know that to begin with, then you will hate the film. It's crammed with great cameos from the likes of Eric Roberts, Lin Shaye, Robert Wise and Joel Moore just to name some.