A low-level criminal steals an ancient Chinese time-travel device, but he may not survive the demonic consequences of tampering with time.
Mega Time Squad
From the FX creator of Deathgasm. A low-level criminal from the small town of Thames in New Zealand steals an ancient Chinese time-travel device that helps him pull off a heist and start a new life. But he may not survive the demonic consequences of tampering with time.
DirectorsTim Van Dammen
Duration1 h 19 min
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10 critic reviews
10 user reviews
8/1/2018 by Dennis Harvey
The unique mix of simultaneously droll and broad humor is very nicely delivered by a well-cast ensemble, resulting in a polished oddity that should make a splash at home, while attracting decent overseas interest.
7/21/2018 by Nick Allen
A grounded sci-fi mini-odyssey with lots of creativity and even more laugh-out-loud gags.
11/20/2018 by Adam Patterson
An entertaining romp that poses the question of what would happen if an utterly inept criminal gained the ability to time travel.
New Zealand Herald
8/31/2018 by Karl Puschmann
The script is foul-mouthed and very funny, revelling in its distinctly Kiwi rhythm and dialogue. There's a dry wit to the gags, frequently bordering on absurdism.
8/28/2018 by Jarrod Walker
...enjoyably silly and gorily slapstick laughs.
8/26/2018 by Robert Daniels
Mega Time Squad is an event that should be repeated.
The Hollywood News
8/23/2018 by Kat Hughes
Mega Time Squad has certainly been well shot --, but unfortunately there's just something intangible missing to make it truly special.
8/15/2018 by James Croot
Writer-director Tim van Dammen (Romeo & Juliet: A Love Story) mines the conceit for all its comedic value, while creating a variety of memorable situations and characters.
7/25/2018 by Eric D. Snider
A manic, light-hearted comedy about a nice young criminal who uses time-travel paradoxes to create a gang of himself (himselves?)... Absurd, childish, petty, seemingly dumb but actually clever.
7/21/2018 by Anton Bitel
Tim van Dammen's small-town coming-of-age comedy Mega Time Squad is a time-travelling, multiple-personality blast
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