"Furry Vengeance" has a funny enough premise: Forest creatures rise up to resist a developer who wants to build million-dollar mansions in their habitat.
The result is a comedy of impervious surfaces.
Call it "Habitat for Destruction."
"Furry Vengeance" is arguably the year's worst movie, albeit, the year is not quite halfway over.
The problem begins with screenwriters Michael Carnes and Josh Gilbert (blame them also for co-writing "Mr. Woodcock"), who haven't built on the concept much beyond an idea jotted down on the proverbial cocktail napkin.