A former probationary officer who is a patient at a mental asylum escapes and prowls the city, looking for victims whose blood may cure the blood disease he has that has turned him into a werewolf-type monster.
A long long time ago a wizard was put to death, but he swore vengeance on the townsfolk that did him in, particularly Arthur Kelly's family. Arthur had done the final graces on him when he ... See full summary »
Maddisen K. Krown,
I just watched it on cable and man, I was dying laughing, the cheesiness of the acting was way beyond anything "Kraft" or "Laughing Cow" could've come up with...Lol I am a motocross race and fan for a long time now and it's always good to see my sport on film I could not take this flick seriously. It seemed like it wanted to be too many different films all at once. I love John Saxon who was a staple of movies I watched as a teen, especially sci-fi flicks.
Cable messed up and had a different logline under the title of the movie so I was confused for a long time until I realized the error.
Amazingly, some minor plot elements are almost the same as in the motocross movie I am writing. I had never seen Crossing The Line before so it was weird to see the creative element in all it's mysterious glory. I suppose it was just that the writer has good knowledge of motocross and any similarities between mine and this film were purely coincidental.
It's good to watch on a lazy Sunday afternoon when you don't want to think your way thru a movie, just vegg out and stare at the screen.
L8r daze, mJ
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