A group of women miners get fed up with their lifestyle and decide to try crime. After successfully pulling off a jewelry store robbery, they fail to sell the jewelry and are forced to ... See full summary »
Ted V. Mikels
Sally Alice Gamble
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Ted V. Mikels
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Ted V. Mikels
John P. Baniqued,
Paranormal Latrine: Unbarably boring messages from the Dead
There is actually an interesting concept for a potentially brilliant film here, but the execution of everything from the script to the direction, editing, acting, camera work and sound makes that incidental.
While it is good to see that The Horrible Actors Guild of America is keeping people employed, it's clear that only Brenda Grippi shows a level of talent above those that would be due paying card carrying members of such a union and seems somewhat out of place in this production. Josef Niznik (Brandon) on the other hand, might serve as the lifetime president of said guild.
This appears to be a straight to vid "film" shot on video/digital medium. It's inconceivable that this movie might have received even a limited release in someone's basement, or garage. To cite the innumerable problems here (which include but are in no way limited to; zero chemistry between the lead and anyone/everyone else, less than chat cam level special fx, poorly written/delivered dialogue, etc. etc. etc) would take more time and space than this film deserves.
If you're a fan of terrible movies, and not in that ironic "it's so bad it's good" kind of way, or equate amateur, backyard produced youtube videos to a severely bastardized version of cinema avant-garde' then this might be the film for you. However, for the rest of us; I think that if a person can find a single redeeming quality in this other than what I've mentioned and can ALSO sit through the entire thing then you've probably got something well over the Dali Llama in terms of patience and nirvana might be near. Though you still won't find it in this D-grade movie. Keep close to a fallout shelter if you intend to watch this bomb.
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