With poorly-lit, nearly-inaudible instant classics like Julie and Jack and Birdemic: Shock and Terror, director James Nguyen--like fellow San Francisco-based auteur Tommy Wiseau--established himself as a bizarre outsider artist more than worth following to see where his apparent dementia would take his camera and nonexistent sound department. And where it's taken them is to a sequel, with Nguyen caving to ironic public demand and putting together Birdemic II: The Resurrection.
Though the director previously promised an visually-immersive film that would showcase how he had, in his own words, "completely mastered the art of 3-D cinematography," this brief teaser below reveals that, sadly, Nguyen couldn't afford 3D cameras or conversion any more than he could afford birds graphics that look better than '90s gifs. But he does at least maintain his confused spirit of arbitrary homage, and just as previous Nguyen films shoehorned in so, so many meaningless Hitchcock references, this first trailer serves as a deliberate nod to The Avengers. For whatever reason. Draw your own conclusions. That's why it's art.