Comedy about a woman suffering from low self esteem who gets breast enhancement surgery, unaware that her surgeon worships H.P. Lovecraft's elder gods, and the surgery is part of a diabolical plot to rule the world.
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A girl named Tracy is with a bunch of teens closing up camp. She keeps having dreams about her brother who dissappeared there and it was rumored he was killed by Trevor Moorehouse, and of course guess who shows up for blood.
Young Christopher has just enrolled at the prestigious Carmichael Bible College, managed by the somewhat unusual Mrs. Bouvier. After some unexplained disappearances, Christopher does some ... See full summary »
Three prankster buddies release the wrath of an aged witch, Abigail, when they unwittingly become accomplices to the murder of her son. Scheming in anger, the witch seduces the three ... See full summary »
David P. Barton
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Haunted by nightmares. Plagued by a past that won't go away. When Maddy goes to a party with her new boyfriend, Shawn, she only wants to meet his friends and have a good time. They tell her about their 'Murder Club' and invite her to join. Confused but intrigued, Maddy really wants to be part of the group. Before she can join, though, the 'Murder Club' members are being killed off, one by one. Who can be trusted? Can the killer be stopped? Or will they all bleed? Written by
This project was originally offered to horror maven and Full Moon Features founder Charles Band as one that would cash in on the then-lucrative and re-energized slasher film sub-genre. But Band did not want to produce the film under the Full Moon banner, since the company maintained a strict policy that forbade human-on-human killing in its horror films (deaths would always come from a creature of some variation, i.e. the Puppet Master franchise). As a result, Band created Shadow Films to produce this film, and several other titles that followed later. See more »
Reflectors visible in the girl's sunglasses at the pool side. See more »
No fucking blowjobs for a year!
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Well I knew this was going to be one of those b horror movies but i love horror and didnt care. since i work for a video store i got it for free. Well it looks pretty good and it has a good build up. the Whole "murder club" thing was quite good and could have done more with that.
Well you find out there was no murder club, (my first let down) two characters die you dont know anything about (was quite confused) The ending sucked (what happend to maddie when she was in the trunk) and your hero dies!! and the bad guy lives! WTF?? this had a good premise and a great story then they have to go mess with it. Debbie Rochon sure can act and she is soo good in this movie. you really feel for her. she needs to stop doing these stupid made for video movies and do more mainstream stuff. shes quite good. could have been better but with these kinda movies, you really dont expect much from them. nice cameo by Brinke Stevens and Lloyd kaufman as Debbies parents.
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