VIDEO REVIEW: WRITTEN REVIEW: Directors: Peter Clifton and Joe Massot Production Company: Swan Song Distribution Company: Warner Bros. (1976-US) Genre: Documentary/ Music Series: Standalone MPAA: PG Release Date: October 20, 1976 Running Time: 137 minutes Film MSRP: Digital: $2.99 (Rent), $12.99 (Buy) Physical: $9.59 (DVD), $10.89 (Blu-Ray), $12.99 (Multi-Format) Purchase Film: Click Here Soundtrack MSRP: $14.49 (MP3), $20.18 (CD),...
Get ready for a fang’tastic hard rockin’ time as vampire turned rockstar, L’Estat (Stuart Townsend), has risen from his New Orleans crypt after 100 years of sleep. His motive is to resurrect a few old friends….daring them to “Come out come out, wherever you are… See you all in Death Valley.”
John Hobbes (Denzel Washington) is a Philadelphia murder detective who is responsible for supplying pertinent evidence which in turn is bringing justice to a close for serial killer Edgar Reese (Elias Koteas), who is sentenced to die in the gas chamber. The condemned murderer leaves cryptic coded hints behind in riddle form before his last dance with death. The detective soon discovers a diabolical copycat killer. He then begins studying the mysterious clues left behind from his last conversation with Reese, just moments before his execution.
Harry Angel (played by Mickey Rourke) is a bottom of the barrel simple task New York detective hired by Louis Cyphere (played by Robert De Niro) at a law firm called Herman and Winesap. Louis hires Harry to locate a missing wartime crooner, Johnny Favorite, that he claims is indebted to him. In this “neo-noir” psychological horror, you are escorted on a journey through the world of Voodoo, murder mystery, steamy sex, and legendary deal making with the devil for fame and fortune.
Caroline Ellis (played by Kate Hudson) stars as a fed up hospice caregiver who leaves her nursing home job to start employment in a private estate and discovers it’s mysterious past linked to Hoodoo which lurks rampantly in the haunted estate.
Weighing in at about 300 lbs, Ethel Janoski won’t allow anyone to stand in the way of her glutinous appetite, even if it means killing! After years in a mental institution, Ethel is taken in by her aunt. Many people, including the head nurse of the institution and a local detective, believe letting Ethel leave that hospital was a huge mistake.
Mitch Stockridge is a best-selling author of motivational self-help books. Everyone wants to know where he gets his inspiration? Once people start coming up missing, all last seen with the author, a detective becomes suspicious when an ex-girlfriend claims he has a “monster” in his house that he feeds these people to and in return gets his inspiration for his books. Just an ex trying to damage his reputation with crazy stories, or is it something worse?
Though this film has been out for fourteen years now, I had only heard of it a couple years ago. It was described to me as “legendary” and many reviews described it as being the “worst film ever made.” Being a fan of independent, B films and critically-panned movies I decided I had to check it out and throw in my two cents as well, as we’re coming upon the release of The Disaster Artist, a film that is about the making of The Room.
The lives of several people take a terrifying turn after discovering the attic in an old house with a mysterious past. No one knows what’s in the attic, but you can be sure that what follows after the open house is nothing short of suspenseful.
Taryn Barker isn’t your typical Goth girl; she not only believes in the supernatural, she hunts it down. Blaming herself for her sister’s death, she wants the killer(s) brought to justice. With the “help” of a demonic entity she’s given the power to avenge her sister’s death. But once she is arrested administering justice, a detective’s daughter becomes the victim of the demons. Taryn must take up her sword and destroy the darkness before it consumes both her and Detective Ray’s daughter.
After witnessing the death and destruction that took place during the battle between Superman and General Zod, Bruce Wayne becomes very suspicious of the red-caped crusader. Can Superman really be trusted? What if he turned on the human race? Who would stand up against him? And what can Clark Kent make of the Batman of Gotham? Clark investigates the Bat’s form of justice and wonders who will put this vigilante in his place. Two worlds collide while their true enemy watches with delight.