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So far each & every movie I've seen Larry The Cable in, I've liked but for some reason I wasn't into Delta Farce like I thought I'd be.There were alot of funny scenes, hilarious even but there were some scenes I did not find funny at all.The scene with Sgt. Kilgore wearing a red nightie while driving a scooter through the desert was something I did not need to see, ALL of the karaoke scenes were lame.They were the worst & the pro wrestling scene was way over the top.The things I did like about Delta Farce
Talk about boring, It took me 2+ hours to watch a movie that was 1 hour & 33 minutes.Instead of just turning it off, for whatever reason I kept pausing it to go do other things & coming back to it.There was nothing really funny about Mob Story.If there was, I must have missed it.The only funny thing I ever remember happening was the part where the hitman licked his gun & it got stuck to his tongue because of the freezing weather.Now that was funny!!! Nothing really ever happens either.The only time something happens was the last 10-15 minutes which also had to be the best part (If you can even call it that) of the movie (I guess they decided to save the best for last, Ha Ha) As you've probably already guessed, Mob Story is a movie I would NOT recommend.If somebody told me ahead of time they were thinking of watching it, I'd tell them to skip it & watch something else.There are millions & millions of things you could be better off doing with your time so why do like I did & waste an hour & 33 minutes of your life you'll never get back
According to imdb, filming for Winterbeast started in 1986 & then it was forgotten about.Only 2 scenes are from 1986 & the rest is from 1989 (Interesting) Winterbeast isn't a movie that's so BAD it's good, it's a movie that's so BAD it's HILARIOUS.Totem poles are coming to life & killing people!!! There are times where you'll laugh, There are times where you'll cringe, There are times where you'll go WTF?! You'll either be entertained or BORED out of your mind.I don't know if there will be times where you'll get pains in your head watching it like I did but I hope not.The claymation in this movie reminded me of The Gumby Show, only demented.After the 1st claymation monster scene with the lady who puts forth no effort in her screaming (Which was hilarious) after seeing the monster, You know it's going to be bad.Winterbeast is a movie for all those bad movie lovers out there.If you're not a bad movie lover then I can't imagine you'll sit through the whole thing.I absolutely LOVE, LOVE, LOVE bad movies but out of all the tons of them that I've seen, I've NEVER ever seen 1 like Winterbeast.The DVD cover even says *It Must Be Seen To Be Believed* & that's the truth!!!
I already wanted to see 1000 Times More Brutal before I found out the ex member of The Jerky Boys Kamal Ahmed wrote & directed it but after I found out, it made me want to see it even more.The movie starts out r....e....a....l slow but after 30+ minutes in, things start to get interesting & it was good from then on.It's definitely worth waiting around for.I think my favorite thing about the movie was not just the bits of humor here & there but that it wasn't a BIG Hollywood production.If it was, it wouldn't have been as good.The characters felt real like you actually might run into them on the street even though you wouldn't want to.The movie wasn't full of well manicured lawns, shiny brand new cars, HUGE houses out of something on Extreme Home Makeover or any of that typical Hollywood garbage that they like to put into each & every movie they make
Office Of The Dead is NOT a movie I'd rent, buy or watch ever again.I'm glad I didn't have to pay to see it because if I did, I would've been pissed & wanted my $$$ back.I just watched it & already I forgot what I watched.The last thing I remember was everybody trapped together in the security room.If you asked me how it ended I wouldn't be able to tell you.At the moment I'm trying to rewatch the ending just to remember how it ended but I can't get the video to work.Maybe it's a sign to give up & move on to the next.I guess it really doesn't matter.It did have some surprisingly good acting though which you wouldn't expect from such a movie.My favorite thing about Office Of The Dead was that they made a zombie movie without any blood at all (Yes you read that right) Alot of face paint though.If they had a bigger budget I bet you that the movie would've been filled with guts & gore.I probably wouldn't recommend watching Office Of The Dead unless you happen to come across it, absolutely NOTHING else is on & you don't have to pay to see it (Of course) They really tried to do something with only what they had to work with so A for effort & cool movie title
***Spoilers Ahead, Most Definitely*** I'm not into Film Noir flicks so I wasn't really expecting all that much out of Shield For Murder but it turned out alright.The things that stick out most for me in the movie are Edmond O' Brien (Of course) as the corrupt cop Detective Lt. Barney Nolan (What a GREAT name) I've probably seen a few other movies that Edmond O' Brien has been in but never really paid attention that he was in it.That's going to change.The spaghetti dinner scene (I don't know what else to call it) was brutal.I can see a scene done like that today but with blood & brains splattered all over the table.Sorry if I've grossed anybody out but that's the way movies are done nowadays.They go for the shock factor instead of trying to make you think.I like the way the scene was done because like I said if a scene was shot like that today, it would've been gory & you would've actually seen the beating take place.In the movie you saw just enough to know what's happening & the screams & looks of horror on the diners faces was the perfect touch.The shootout at the pool was something way different that I haven't seen until I watched Shield For Murder.It's the 1st time I've seen something done like that & haven't seen it done in any other movie.The final scene where Nolan used his police tactics to try & escape from the police who were looking for him.Going into the police station & stealing a uniform, calling into the police station to find out what information they had on him, etc, etc, etc.Lastly, the end scene where Nolan was killed right in front of the model home he planned on buying.I would have to say Shield For Murder is worth taking a look at if you are a fan of Film Noir or enjoy crime movies like I do
You know a movie is good when it's almost over or over but you wish it wasn't.Time just flew by when I watched The Island.Right from the start I was hooked.I can't believe it bombed at the box office when it 1st came out (I wonder why?) I also can't believe it's not more well known than it is.I only heard about it because I was flipping through channels, looking for a movie to watch & came across it.I've never heard of it before today.
Zone Troopers is a movie that I'm glad I got to watch but that's about it.Watching it once was enough for me.The entire time I was thinking I'd like to see the aliens fighting along side the Americans against the Nazis & it does happen but when it does, there's less than 10 minutes left in the movie so it was like when you wait awhile for something to happen, only to think after it's over, I wasted all this time, just for that??? The aliens lazer guns, ray guns, whatever you want to call them were weak looking.When they shot them at the Germans & the Germans vanished into thin air, it was weak as well.I don't know what I was expecting but even for a low budget movie I expected something better.Not all of the movie was bad though.There were alot of times where I either laughed out loud or chuckled.I didn't HATE Zone Troopers but I wasn't all that into it as much as I expected to be either.When I read the description I thought this movie is going to be AWESOME & after watching it, I'm just sitting here like....... It did have a 1950's Sci Fi vibe to it for a movie made in the 80's which I think was pretty cool (Maybe that's why the lazer/ray guns effects were so weak.It was done on purpose to give it that 50's Sci Fi effect.I might have to give it a 2nd look someday) Even though I wasn't all that into it, I'd recommend checking it out if you were thinking about watching it.It's worth checking out at least once
Judging this movie from the extremely cheezy bad acting in the opening scene I expected to HATE this movie.It wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be but it wasn't all that great either.Judging this movie from it's name, I thought it would be about 2 cops travelling to a mysterious island to find their partner's killer & end up being forced to fight in an underground fight league or something similar to Mortal Kombat.After Rowdy Roddy & his partner walked into the mansion, started fighting & got caught up in the fight contest, Rowdy Roddy did what he did best, he got Rowdy!!! My favorite parts of this movie were the fight scenes where he got to fight (I just wish there were more of them) The movie would've been way better if it were about an underground fight league or had more fighting.I wouldn't say Immortal Combat was boring but there are times where it seems to.......... lag (I guess you could say) It's worth watching at least once especially if you're a fan of Rowdy Roddy Piper, a HUGE pro wrestling fan like I am (Of course) or just looking for something cheezy to watch
Here's the way I see things..... Norma Shearer's character Jan falls in love with a gangster played by you know who even though she's going out with a nice guy.The gangster is something exciting while the nice guy is quickly forgotten.What girl wouldn't want to be in constant danger of being shot at instead of horseback rides on the beach? Daddy, who's a lawyer & alcoholic, was OK with the gangster (Hey he's bringing in business, right?) until he found out the gangster is going out with his daughter.Now there's a problem & this causes a rift in the once tight bond between father & daughter, her family as well.Eventually the daughter realizes her & the gangster's relationship is going nowhere & he realizes that she's never going to publicly acknowledge their relationship (She always sneaking in the backdoor to see him) She sees what a mistake shes made & that she was actually better off with the nice guy.The gangster let's her know he's never, NEVER going anywhere & in steps the nice guy to save her from the gangster.BOOM.Now they go & find her father who was doing well but slipped & fell off the wagon a little ways back & hopped a train to ??? to bring him back to try & help the nice guy beat the case.THE END.I wasn't into this movie as much I hoped or thought I would be.It was just something to sit back & watch.I think I might have dozed off once or twice & had to rewind it back.Go ahead & give A Free Soul a shot.You'll probably enjoy it more than I did
***Spoilers Ahead*** Bio-Dead was an awesome movie.I wish I could say it was awesome from start to finish but...... I was hooked right from the beginning, wondering if the team was going to find whatever they were searching for or if whatever it was that was hunting them, would be able to pick them off 1 by 1.I enjoyed the dialogue, banter, the back and forth, whatever you call it between the team members.It felt like an actual work crew and not just a group of actors.I was really into this movie until, The Torture Table.That scene ruined it for me.I didn't see the point of it.Now all of a sudden, the team members that were killed off are coming back as Zombies to torture the members who are still alive? It does pick up again in the end but it really didn't matter anymore.The movie was spoiled for me.I especially liked the mini movie after the movie was over & the credits were rolling.I think it was well done.An ending after the ending? Bio-Dead had potential.It started off awesome, only to be ruined by a pointless scene that was done to show off an unnecessary amount of gore.I would've recommended anybody go see Bio-Dead up until the Torture Table scene but after that, I'm not so sure
***Spoilers Ahead, Maybe*** Don't Breathe wasn't as good as I hoped or thought it would be.The best thing thing about this movie was the trailer.When I saw it, I thought that movie looks awesome.It's what made me want to see Don't Breathe in the 1st place.After watching the movie I was disappointed.It was nothing spectacular & it wasn't something I'd add to my GARBAGE list either but I felt like I was watching it just to be watching it.Right from the start when the 3 teens were breaking into the 1st house they broke into & Money was masturbating onto the floor, I thought how stupid is that? What was the point? Was this suppose to show he was the idiot of the group? Is he that stupid that he doesn't know by doing that, he's leaving his DNA at the scene which could be traced back to him & eventually lead to the arrest of the 3 of them? Am I reading too much into this movie? As for the final break in, the BIG $$$ score that would be getting them out of Michigan & California bound, Who are we to feel sorry for? The 3 teens who break into a blind man's home because they get a tip that there's $$$ inside & what happens to them after? Which wouldn't have happened to them if they weren't robbing houses in the 1st place or the blind man who lost a daughter after she was run over by a rich girl who didn't spend a day in jail & got off with a settlement so he kidnaps her & keeps her chained up in the basement to produce a daughter for him? Who do you feel sorry for? Is this what the movie wants us to consider? Is there a deeper meaning? Was Don't Breathe better than what I thought?
I was not expecting to enjoy this movie as much as I did but The Gravy Train was an AWESOME movie!!! Why have I not heard of it until now? From beginning to end, The Gravy Train was a GREAT movie.From the shootout with the cops to the shootout in the building while it's being being demolished & everything in between
Blood On The Highway was awesomely hilarious.I knew when Bone picked up that...... & flung it at his dad I was going to like this movie.I didn't expect to enjoy it as much as I did though
***Spoilers ahead, Maybe?*** Since I like old black & white prison movies so much I expected to like this movie as well but I couldn't get into it.For me it was just OK.Right from the start I felt like I was watching it just to be watching it.Things didn't get exciting until the very end with the failed escape & shoot out.It was the only time I was able to get into the movie but there was only like 10 minutes left so it really didn't matter.During the riot I can't believe they brought out a couple of tanks.I was NOT expecting that.It had me wondering if there were ever any actual prison riots where tanks were used to bring the prison back to order.A thing I thought that was interesting was the inmate that escaped, went straight on the outside & seemed like he would've stayed that way if he wasn't captured & sent back, fell right back into place on the inside, the inmate who I thought would never let prison change him, ended up changing in the end & the main inmate you knew there was no hope for, was never going to change.I'm not sure The Big House is a movie I'd recommend.It got alot of good reviews but I just wasn't into it.It's something you'll have to see & decide for yourself
If you like Action, If you like Horror, If you like Vampires, If you like Zombies, If you like Vampire Zombies, then you'll like The Dead Undead.If you only enjoy big budget Zombie/Vampire flicks, then this is NOT the movie for you.The Dead Undead is a low budget Horror flick that is surprisingly good (For shooting this movie on a 1 million dollar budget, they did a pretty good job) When I 1st started watching, I wasn't expecting to like it at all but as it went along, it just got better & better.There was a ton of shooting going on with a few explosions which was pretty awesome.I especially enjoyed the individual stories of how the good vampires came to be (Where was the story of Jack?) It was a nice touch & it added to the movie.I really have no complaints.I would hope there would be at least a sequel because of the way it ended but since this movie was made in 2010 & it's now 2017, I don't see it happening.If I can find it on the cheap I wouldn't mind adding it to my DVD collection.If you get a chance to see The Dead Undead, give it a look.You might be surprised
Paul Logan wrote, starred & kicked some serious butt in The Horde.I will watch any Action, Horror, Drama that he's a part of.I guess what I'm trying to say is that any movie that Paul Logan is cast in, I will be watching.Well every movie except A Doggone Christmas, A Doggone Mystery, A Doggone Hollywood or any of the Doggone movies coming out.Those I have absolutely NO interest in watching.This is the 1st time I've ever heard of Paul Logan & I'm a fan of his because of The Horde.
I was flipping through, looking for something to watch & I came across this movie.I'm not normally into movies about outer space, UFO's & stuff like that but after seeing all the names that were in it, Gary Collins, Robert Vaughn, Joseph Campanella but most of all, Darren McGavin (Sorry if I forgot anybody else) I knew I had to check it out.Hangar 18 turned out to be pretty good (Kinda makes you wonder, what do they know that they don't want us to know? Know what I'm saying?) It was interesting to see the outside & inside of the ship, everybody trying to figure out how & what made it work, the 2 astronauts who were accused of causing the accident trying to clear their names & the officials doing everything they can to keep the UFO under wraps.The best part of the movie had to be the ending, the twist within a twist.I also read on IMDB that in 1983 Hangar 18 was released under the name Invasion Force which had an alternate ending.I wouldn't mind seeing the alternate ending but if I don't, no bother.Hangar 18 isn't a movie I'd buy but it is worth watching, if you're a fan of extraterrestrial movies or not
***Spoilers Ahead, Maybe*** The only description I read before I watched this movie was *A tenant helps landlord fight local street gang* so I was hoping for a Death Wish 3 type of movie.Not even close.I guess I should've read more before I started watching.Anyways, Angel Town started off corny & most definitely laughable (The entire movie was laughable to be honest) There are alot of things that will either have you laughing, cringing, shaking your head & going WTF?! Seriously?! The fight scenes are the best (Ha Ha) There are just too many things to mention here (If you're thinking about watching the movie & don't want me to spoil it for you, stop reading here) Things don't really take a serious turn until the local gang leader kills his girlfriend & tries to frame Jacques with her murder by planting her body in his room so Jacques turns around & gives her body right back to him by placing her body in the gang leader's caddy, while hiding in his garage.After that things got real & the movie takes on a darker turn.This is when I started actually getting into the movie.My favorite part has to be when the gang leader's caddy gets blown up.The entire movie he has his flunkies doing all the dirty work but when his caddy gets blown up, watch out!!! Now he's mad & ready to fight.Angel Town is a movie I don't think you'll watch more than once unless you're seriously into Martial Arts or Martial Arts flicks but for 1 hour & 45 minutes, you will be entertained.It's worth watching at least once