Melinda loves her fiancé Ron. Her brother Todd, doesn't approve of his upcoming brother-in-law. He wants Melinda to cancel the wedding, but for her to do that, he must get Ron to mess up. ... See full summary »
In the film, "Wake", the fateful reunion of four brothers quickly dissolves into a night of drinking, deceit, perversions, and death. They don't realize until it is too late that the party ... See full summary »
John Winthrop Philbrick
When Marcus, the chief developer at an entertainment company called NEUROO-X, disappears, his wife Ryuko begins searching for him. The clues and riddles he left behind lead to the magical, virtual parallel world of NEUROO-X games.
Julian M. Grünthal,
A man wanders down a corridor and as he appears into each room that he passes by he becomes witness to acts of unbelievable cruelty as people are viciously and brutally tortured and murdered. Is it real or is it a nightmare?
In this spine-chilling indie horror flick, a sheriff relocates to Salem, Mass., with his family -- only to discover that the house they've moved into is plagued by an ancient curse and haunted by malicious spirits.
Shane Van Dyke
Bill Oberst Jr.,
Mimmo, a worker respected by his friends and colleagues, actually collecting debts with violent methods on behalf of his uncle. After meeting with the young escort Tania, Mimmo decides to redeem himself from a life that let him down.
Two escaped brothers track down the people who sentenced them to death row, including a doctor and the judge. But when they get to the D.A. and his family they have an especially lengthy revenge plot in mind for them.
The very cover of this film is enough to put you off, but against all odds Bachelor Party Massacre wasn't too bad at all. It wasn't too good either, but it didn't quite descend into suicide inducing drudgery like a lot of slasher films.
You know the plot even if you haven't seen the film. Four guys head off for a stag-do at an empty bar, and hire some strippers. Wife to be and sister-in-law also head off to spoil the fun, and there's an escaped lunatic killing folks. That's the plot.
Rather than have trendy, know-it-all dialogue, the victims here are rather portrayed as pathetic losers from the get go, so that helps the film, as does the banter, which is a bit better than usual. The killer however is crap, and spouts one liners almost as bad as those in Psycho Cop.
It all moves along fairly quickly though, and I like the stripper who's only defence is to strip for the killer.
You're not missing much by this film.
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