The pursuit of a serial killer leads to a deeper evil. When the government captures a vampire he is imprisoned and subjected to brutal medical experiment. With the project's original MD ... See full summary »
Dispatched from his basement room on an errand for his widowed mother, slacker Jeff might discover his destiny (finally) when he spends the day with his unhappily married brother as he tracks his possibly adulterous wife.
Boys behaving badly. Jay, a middle-class high-school sophomore, hangs out in his L.A. suburb with slackers, dopers, petty thieves and punks. Everyone has a nickname; his is Worm. His best friend, John, aka Mt. Rushmore, severely beats another student at a wedding Jay and his pals crash. At the wedding, Jay falls for Wendy, one of the jock clique. Jay has his code: no ratting out your friends. So, when the beating victim dies, Jay doesn't help the cops. Meanwhile, his relationship with Wendy develops quickly into a first love. With knives, whiskey, and drugs close at hand, can Jay navigate assaults on his manhood, the strains of friendship, and the whispers of commitment? Written by
I just watched it and I love it, the cast was hot, the retro vibe of the whole film was done very well, the drone one song soundtrack i couldn't get enough of.....I am still trying to find a way to get a copy of the song no luck yet, but i can see how it is not a movie for everyone. It is definitely an acquired taste, but it is worth viewing yourself u might like it, i think the guy who plays hurley from lost was my favourite character he did a great job, the whole cast did a good job, I don't understand why people are saying they could not make sense of the film. It made perfect sense by the end to me...lol and i couldn't believe jason dill was in it too....oh well bottom line if you like strange dry humor kinda movies watch the good humor man.
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