Archive for August, 2009
A classic novel, raped.
Liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Malone (Kevin P. Farley) is trying to end celebration of the 4th of July when the ghost of John F. Kennedy (Chriss Anglin) steps out of his television like Samara and tells him he will be visited by three spirits. The first, and only one who’s more than a cameo, is General George S. Patton (Kelsey Grammer), the second is George Washington (Jon Voight), and the third is Trace Adkins. Around this mangling of Dickens’ classic is wrought a story of terrorist Aziz (Robert Davi) hoping to use Malone to further his goals….
The Grim EastMan-Eater
Six tourists find themselves stranded on a seemingly uninhabited Greek Island. While they try to figure out what to do next, someone is watching them. Someone, some being, with a craving for human flesh… and the will to kill, kill, KILL!!!
Boys will be boys and girls will be robots.
Young nerd Paul Conway (Matthew Laborteaux) moves to a new town for school to work on his robot and meets cute girl-next-door Samantha Pringle (Kristy Swanson). Because of a close encounter with professional paranoid crazy lady Elvira Parker (Anne Ramsey) Paul’s life takes an unfortunate turn. Eventually, Paul’s robot BB (annoyingly voiced by Charles Fleischer) and Samantha get a little closer together than anyone could have wished….
Saw set in a Seoul school
It’s Saturday in Seoul. Twenty intelligent high school graduates have gathered for some special tutoring to prepare for the university’s entry exam. What they didn’t anticipate, is that their very lives will depend on their correct answers when they find themselves targeted by an anonymous killer, who is about to turn this exam into a merciless game of torture, horror and death.
Not Without My Bloodthirsty Daughter
I see London, I see France. I see Lola wears no underpants…
She is decadent in her actions and never misses an opportunity to flaunt her assests and flirt with anyone that she finds can appease her sexual desires and fantasies. These are the ways of Lola, a young Italian woman, who finds her sexuality blooming in a way taunting everyone’s imagination.
Routine ghosts with inventive tricks
My mother liked O.J., he really knew what he wanted.
Yes, this is a documentary on footballer O.J. Simpson directed by George A. Romero betweenand that was shot by Bill Hinzman. Yes, really.
Zombies— Not dead, not alive!
With the ending of World War I, an international expedition is sent to Cambodia in an attempt to seek and destroy an ancient formula that turns men into zombies.
Read the full review here.