Captain Eager And The Mark Of Voth 2008 LiMiTED DVDSCR XviD-HAGGiS

Posted by on May 24th, 2008, at 3:23 am in DVDSCR,Movies.

Here’s a weird little film for you,  its a low budget scifi film that seems completly toungue in cheek.  Actually looking at the sample I’m kind of thinking its a comedy.  Its done in a 1950s sort of retro style.  Still you might want to check it out sample quality looks good,  there are no screener messages/B&W scenes. 

Plot:Billed as the first film ever to be shot in cardoscope and with effects largely dependent on traditional CGI (cardboard and glue imagery), Captain Eager And The Mark Of Voth harks back to the grand old days of Saturday matinees when brave, honest heroes boldly did battle with sneering villains to save the Earth. Times have changed since then, and our eponymous hero, having suffered a family bereavement, has gone into retirement, but all at once he finds himself called back into action to investigate an old enemy causing trouble in the Veritan sector.

Genre: Sci/Fi
Ratings:  (no ratings available)
Directed by: Simon Davison
Release Name: Captain.Eager.And.The.Mark.Of.Voth.2008.LiMiTED.DVDSCR.XviD-HAGGiS
Size: 1CD, 709MB
Quality: 640×352 25fps XviD 875kbit, MP3 Audio VBR ~128kbit
Runtime: 95mins
Filename: captain.eager.and.the.mark.of.voth.dvdscr.xvid

Links: IMDB,  Homepage,
Samples: #1, #2, #3, Thumbs,
NFO: Here
Torrent: Here

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2 Comments about “Captain Eager And The Mark Of Voth 2008 LiMiTED DVDSCR XviD-HAGGiS”

  1. 1. Mighty Boosh May 24th, 2008 at 9:13 am

    An excellent film starring some familiar faces for the British fans of the surrealist comedy genre.

    I can’t reccomend this film highly enough. Extremely well made and a very polished production worthy of a much wider cinematic release. But then who needs the cinema when we have quality releases such as this. Check out the Youtube page for a couple of clips.

  2. 2. steveo May 24th, 2008 at 5:49 pm