A group of rival collectors of severely deformed freakish human beings and the FBI agents that are investigating them must battle against some of their collections which aren't as dead as ... See full summary »
Mel Johnson Jr.
Originally planned to be filmed in 3d and actually begin production in 3d, the audience would put their glasses on every time the characters put their sunglasses on anthem film would change from 2d to 3d. After two days of filming in 3d they changed their minds due to the complexity of filming in 2d and 3d. This is why there are so many scenes where characters are wearing sunglasses See more »
Grizzel is shown holding the goblet before Jonathan sets it down for them to drink from it. See more »
They call me Dick, but you can call me... Dick.
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I thought this movie was entertaining. Especially, if you like beautiful girls in sexy heels and tight dresses. It truly captures 80's fashion and hair styles and I love the 80's. The Ghoulies themselves looked incredibly life-like with grossed-out slobber and nasty sharp teeth. However, I thought the battle between good and evil could have been played out over a longer period of time. This monk comes from nowhere and saves the day in a matter of minutes. The evil guy's son was also drawn to the dark-side too quickly. He moves into his new mansion and begins practicing the dark arts in the same evening during the first party. How uncool. He yells at his guests and quits school the very next day. He should have at least heard voices for a few days first.
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