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Smothered (2016)
5 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

After a group of real-life horror film actors receive few fan inquires at a horror convention, they reluctantly take a job to give some folks a fun scare one night a camper park. The seemingly easy work turns terrifying as they realize they are being picked-off one-by-one. The film overall is a bit of a mess in terms of script and dialog, plus the very low budget didn't add much. Cool seeing all these guys in one film together and there are some definite funny moments which make this a worthwhile view for any cult horror fan.

Gymkata (1985)
5 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

An Olympic gold medal gymnast is recruited by the CIA to sneak into a "-stan" in order to participate in a death race. The winner of the trek across dangerous terrain wins a favor of the local king, and the US wants to put in an early alert nuclear detection system near the Soviets. The gymnast falls for the princess who looks decidedly unlike the other residents of this "-stan", though that's explained away as her being half Indonesian (I guess her real ethnicity of Filipina wasn't exotic enough!). A great example of over-the-top 80's action film, with the final fight which takes place in a camp for the criminally insane being the greatest!

The Last Dragon
5 months ago via Flixster

A trans-racial Harlem martial artist named Bruce Leroy refuses to use his skills against the local bully Sho'Nuff. Too much of his time is spent with pursing "Nasty Girl" Vanity. After studying his skill further and meeting some Harlem Chinese, he finally does battle with the baddie. Good comedy, good action, but the story moves too slowly.

The Resurrection of Jake the Snake
6 months ago via Flixster

The story follows Jake "The Snake" Roberts on his road to recovery after living a life too centred on drink and drug. Diamond Dallas Paige helps him on his journey as Jake gets reacquainted with some of his children who had long before given up on him. DDP also helps Scott Hall (Razor Ramon) who is in even worse shape. The documentary is somewhat amateurish and slow, centred on a frustratingly childish character. Watch Beyond the Mat first.