The family man accountant Grant travels to Los Angeles and meets the lascivious "Lolita" Marissa in a casino. While in the motel with Marissa, her violent ex-boyfriend Joey surprises them ... See full summary »
A romantic couple run from the law after accidentally killing one of their friends. They encounter every imaginable monster that has appeared in horror movies in a modern day version of ... See full summary »
An original documentary which follows three families in a small seaside town in Massachusetts as they prepare for their annual home made haunted houses. This story highlights their long ... See full summary »
An innovative 'magic realist' documentary set in Iraq. Filmmaker Mark Cousins, who was brought up in a Northern Irish war zone, travels to Goptapa, a Kurdish-Iraqi village of just 700 ... See full summary »
Gharib Ahmad Rauf,
A group of friends get together for a card game, but within 5 minutes most of them die horribly, leaving the hosts to run for their lives (and from the law). Along the way, they encounter ... See full summary »
This comedy sketch conglomeration (in the tradition of "_Kentucky Fried Movie, The (1977)_") is based on the idea that the viewer is watching cable TV and switching channels rather ... See full summary »
In August 2011, the movie set a new record for the worst opening in US box office history, grossing just $11 in its opening weekend. It sold just 1 ticket on the Saturday, and none at all on the Friday. (The previous record holder, 'Zyzzyx Rd (2006)', grossed $20 from 6 punters.) See more »
Oh Petey! You're the hermaphodidic transvestite I've always wanted!
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"The Worst Movie EVER!" is a mess of a movie, yet somehow it works. There are two angry teens (who are obviously way too old to play teenagers) who are constantly angry at their parents. There's Santa Claus. There's a young teen-aged girl who might be pregnant by her even younger boyfriend. There's a robot alien who likes to kill. There's a mentally handicapped guy who has a fondness for wearing dresses. There's an evil dark overlord. There's a woman who just keeps running and running. There's a soul taker who is determined to steal the soul of the mentally handicapped guy. There's a young assistant to the soul taker who is in love with the mentally handicapped guy. There's a mother of one of the angry teens who puts up with all his sassing - for a while. There are plenty of awful songs being sung by nearly everyone in the cast. Gandhi makes an appearance. And there is one laugh after another. Great film.
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