When Ethan's older brother Greg is found dead, the police rule the case a suicide, but Ethan suspects foul play stemming from Greg's recent involvement with a martial arts team called the ... See full summary »
Dinger and Bobby's adventure start when a pair of magical sunglasses arrive at the door. Their mundane lives in L.A. get a crazy twist-but soon enough, they've got thugs on their trail who ... See full summary »
A naive young girl travels to South Beach to become a model, only to find that everything is not as it seems. Her worst nightmares are confirmed as she enters the dark side of the industry and models begin to disappear.
Gordon Scott Venters
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Robert Allen Schnitzer
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The behavior of the characters in "Lipstick Camera" is so positively Martian that it makes the characters of R.L. Stein (author of teen horror books) seem as fleshed-out as those of Jane Austin.
The protagonist is a self-absorbed young woman obsessed with a videographer. She pesters him and annoys him and does stupid things that get him threatened and beaten up, which of course leads him to fall in lust with her and bang her tenderly in the glow of a video fireplace.
Throw in a Commie war criminal, a blackmailing hooker, and a mooning video-geek who may or not have been making snuff films, and you have the most unlikable cast of characters since John Updike wrote the "Rabbit" series.
For all its flaws, "Lipstick Camera" is enjoyable as an example of something so bad you marvel that it was ever produced. It would make a good choice for a "Mystery Science Theatre 3000" type party.
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