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Movie News: The makers of the Transformers movies have been criticised after a man who had seen the films was hospitalised after fighting a giant robot.

It’s said that Trevor Marsh saw Transformers: Dark of the Moon at the Vue cinema in Lancaster in 2011, and has reportedly watched the blu-ray almost thirty times.

It’s thought that he was recently drinking in his local pub when the robot walked in – Marsh then started acting aggressively towards the robot, calling it a ‘Deception twat’, a ‘big tin prick’ and threatened to ‘shove an All Spark cube up it’s shiny metal hole’ . The pair then went outside to settle their differences, with Marsh being admitted to hospital shortly after.

“Trevor is lucky to be alive,” said Marsh’s wife, Linda. “Hollywood producers need to show some responsibility in the films they make. I’m still getting over the death of my father, who was mauled to death by a Kraken after getting the wrong idea when he saw Pirates of The Caribbean.”

 

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