|Jeff Fries - 2008-04-06 |
This movie is excellent though it promises more sex than it delivers.
|Pangalin - 2008-04-06 |
I would like more trailers to engage in self-directed eyerolling
|SARS - 2008-04-06 |
I thought I had one of the best b-movie / zombie collections ever... but I haven't even heard of this, until now. Until the day I own it, I'm turning obsessed flagellant
Was USA: Up All Night before your time?
|Merzbau - 2008-04-06 |
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-04-06 |
There was a time when Scifi proudly showed movies like this one.
|Rovin - 2008-04-06 |
Saw this at Texas Frightmare Weekend with its director, Jim Wynorski (I think that's how it's spelled) present to introduce it and take questions afterward. Gloriously, unapologetically, and I'd go as far as to say self-awaredly cheesy and hokey. Solid cheapie '80's crapertainment.
Oh, and Barbara Crampton burns to death.
|Adham Nu'man - 2008-04-06 |
Back in the day when parents weren't such faggots, these films had an audience.
|Blackbetta - 2008-04-06 |
Johnny Five doesn't want you alive.
|Binro the Heretic - 2008-04-06 |
Back in the late 1980s, my friends and I would spend our Saturday nights doing tabletop RPGs and watching awful movies. The rinky-dink video store down the road had a limited selection, but this gem was on their shelves. I can still remember the box, a shopping bag full of body parts being held by a robotic claw. We must have seen it a dozen times.
|love - 2008-04-06 |
five for paul bartel and mary woronov at he end.
also - awesome flick.
|nuzzles - 2008-04-06 |
Fuck the fuchsia, it's Friday!
|GuyCorngood - 2008-04-06 |
Everything that was right and wrong about the 80s in one movie.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-04-06 |
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