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The Captives (2001)
I love Emily Haack
This was another great movie by Eric Stanze. Not as good as Ice from the Sun or Savage Harvest in my opinion, but great none the less. He uses great back stories to make this more than just a remake of I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE.I really loved the atmosphere of the film, another strong point of Stanze as a director. But most of all I realized that I love Emily Haack. I think after watching her torture three guys to death on film, I may be intimidated by meeting her, but she made the movie great. Someday I'll have to get SCRAPBOOK. By the way, if you get the DVD, watch the extra about how there was a murder investigation due to the making of this movie.
It Came! (1993)
Even the drinking game couldn't save it.
First off, I have seen some garbage before, but this takes the cake. It centers around an alien noise that gets in the phone lines at a sexy movie studio. The alien has the ability to transfer from person to person driving them mad and kill the survivors. The drunken old scientist, who is also the best part of the movie, goes after it. The movie offers a drinking game. I cannot remember the rules but it didn't help. I'll put it this way, i was in college, drunk, and most likely on one or more illegal substance, and I still found this horrible. truthfully, I was suckered in by the tagline, FULL FRONTAL FUN. watch this at your own risk.
Generation X-tinct (1997)
Man, Bobby Tilton Sucks.
This ambitious independant project centers around Bobby Tilton. His last unemployment check has arrived, his life is genrally sucky, and to make matters worst his best friend is killed by a drug dealer. Not knowing his friends debt, he blames a yuppie banker the two assaulted earlier. Bobby's life becomes obsessed with getting revenge on the one man who he believes killed his friend, and fails at it miserably in every attempt. The acting is a tad weak, but with a rotund bad guy named Chachi, how can you truly go wrong. Chachi steals the movie with some of the better dialogue. 8/10