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Killer Pad (2008)

Three pals move into a haunted house in the Hollywood Hills.

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Doug
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Craig
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Brody
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Lucy (as Emily Foxler)
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Backwater
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Delilah
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Jezebel
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Fire Marshall
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Constance
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Angel
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Dinko's Geek
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Joe Molato
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Tina
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Three naïve guys, in their 20s, drive from Illinois to LA. A sleazy real-estate agent gives them a great deal on a house in the Hollywood Hills. The night they arrive, a solitary Mexican, who speaks only Spanish, tries to warn them that the place is possessed by Satan. They don't understand him, move in, and plan a party after they meet Lucy, their gorgeous neighbor from down the hill. An old friend of theirs, studying to be a priest, joins them. In the basement is a portal to Hell, so at the party, guests meet their end in various ways. Lucy and her friends may not be who the lads think. Is there any hope for these innocents? Maybe their neutered dog can help. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Comedy | Horror

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Rated R for sexual humor including nudity, and some violent content | See all certifications »

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5 February 2008 (USA)  »

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Evil Hangover  »

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Trivia

The closeup shots of Backwater's (Jeff Davis) hands during the guitar solo in "Rock & Roll All Nite" are actually the hands of the composer, Timothy Andrew Edwards, playing the solo. See more »

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During Backwater's solo performance of "Rock and Roll All Nite", the guitar music continues even though he removes his hand from the guitar to smash a bottle on a woman's head. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Craig: Oh! Help!
Doug: Uh-oh.
Craig: I think we got to pull over, Brody.
Brody: Again? Craig. You've been shitting across America.
Doug: Seriously. I want to get there, man.
Craig: Come on, you guys. The cigar's hanging off the lip.
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References Gilmore Girls (2000) See more »

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Mr. Englund could have done so much more
15 June 2009 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

With only his second directorial showing in feature films to date, Robert Englund (best known as Freddy Krueger) brings us 'Killer Pad': the story of three loser friends (Doug, Craig, and Brody) who take up residence in a haunted house (address: 666 Perdition Road) in Hollywood. The house is wicked. Seriously. Coyotes and portals to Hell are included in the price.

The movie includes a couple small cameos (Lin Shaye and Andy Milonakis included), and features a whole host of odd characters (possessed Mexicans, S&M midgets, Joey Lawrence?). If you haven't noticed yet, and I pity you if you haven't, this is a comedy. Is it funny? Eh. There are some good one liners and stupid-funny jokes. But it's pretty much all the same sarcastic humour we've been seeing from better movies with better actors and higher production value over the past few years. I'm actually getting a little bit tired of the unattractive male-centered movies. They're fun on occasion (Knocked Up, Superbad), but they're flooding the comedy market and it only takes one like this to ruin the streak.

There's plenty of hot (and not-so) women, alcohol, partying, and crude humour, but that's about as far as your interest will stretch. It's not UNenjoyable. . . but it's just not very good.

Final verdict: A pathetic 3.5/10.

-AP3-


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