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This one, I think, is strictly for the Troma set. If you have an aversion to no-budget motion pictures centered around sex, violence, and crude dialogue, go ahead and fix yourself a sandwich while the rest of us feast our degenerate little eyes upon the trailer for writer/director Lance Polland’s “Crack Whore”. The movie itself looks like something advertised in the classifieds section of Fangoria back in the late-80′s/early-90′s, though this may explain why I’m sort of interested in checking it out. The reckless, go-for-broke attitude appeals to the morbid, acne-scarred teenager in my soul. Like I said, if low-budget garbage isn’t your thing, please find something else to watch. Don’t say that I didn’t warn your beforehand. Before proceeding, check out this synopsis: The story of a Crack addicted prostitute named Honey. A girl who goes to a party out »
- Todd Rigney
What grabs you about a movie? Sometimes it's a kick-ass trailer that simply blows you away with awesome imagery and a peek into an amazing story. Sometimes it's the poster, a simple one-sheet that ropes you in, like the iconic Jaws poster or some of the creative shots for the Saw films. But sometimes all it takes is the title. That's definitely the case in Lance Polland's new film, Crack Whore.
There's not much that needs to be said after that title. You know it's going to be a hot mess of violence, blood and debauchery with a title like Crack Whore, and Polland assures us that's exactly what he delivers.
The veteran of such films as Bloody Bloody Bible Camp (featuring everyone's favorite hedgehog Ron Jeremy) and Slices, Polland has seen his share of blood and boobs. He is credited as writer and director on this project.
- Doctor Gash
2 items from 2011
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