->''"Director Coleman Francis uses edits like blunt instruments. [[ShapedLikeItself He uses blunt instruments like blunt instruments.]] His major themes are death, hatefulness, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment death]], pain, and [[RuleOfThree death]]...He hurts us and I want him to know it, except if he's still alive, because there's the small chance that he's still strong enough to crush my windpipe with his bare hands."''[[note]]Kevin has nothing to worry about since Coleman Francis went to that big movie studio in the sky in 1973[[/note]]
-->--'''Kevin Murphy''', ''The Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 Amazing Colossal Episode Guide''

->''"Any discussion of ''Film/RedZoneCuba'' would be remiss without a mention of its writer, director, and star, Coleman Francis, who's also singlehandedly responsible for two other cinematic abominations, ''Film/TheBeastOfYuccaFlats'' and ''Film/TheSkydivers''. (...) Probability dictates that every now and then, a totally clueless director like [[Film/ManosTheHandsOfFate Hal Warren]] or [[http://www.agonybooth.com/recaps/Night_of_Horror_1981.aspx Tony]] [[http://www.agonybooth.com/recaps/The_Curse_of_the_Screaming_Dead_1982.aspx Malanowski]] might punch through and end up making one of the worst movies ever just by pure chance, but to make three of them clearly requires active hatred towards paying audiences''."
-->--'''Albert Walker''', Website/TheAgonyBooth's [[http://www.agonybooth.com/recaps/Red_Zone_Cuba_1966.aspx recap of Red Zone Cuba]]
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