Entertaining, twisted, bloody and gory! Horror and comedy mixed together to give you a rollercoaster ride of banana terror. I was just wondering about the title though and was hoping that Banana Invasion would be more spot on. But nevertheless, the film succeeded in bringing out the scary in a wacky way factor that made it unique. The mutilated body parts and gorged eyes never fail to shock viewers although I noticed the color of the blood in here was not a deep red, but rather a pinkish red, which will leave you thinking otherwise. So why bananas? Were the "spirits" as mentioned in the legend have an affinity for it? I would like to think so, as it happened somewhere in the Colombian coast, so the credits say, and the place is known for its succulent bananas. The film had laudable musical scoring, adding to the scary effect but I still just can't really get over with the fact that bananas can be THIS dangerous, still, kudos to the writer and director Pedro Florencio. And thanks but no thanks, I would have to do a double take when I see bananas anytime soon! Do check out this flick, folks!