Skip Lewis is a 16 year old, who's been through some stuff. Like he has been having academic problems, and a girl whom he has been pursuing has told him that she has no interest in him. He ... See full summary »
A surfer enjoys life with drug money together with his gang in 1980s California. His girlfriend is pregnant and will not be in a house with drugs and guns and is going to Portland OR. Can he quit the drugs, the gang and that last big deal?
H. Gordon Boos
Roy and Bo leave their small town the weekend after graduation for a short road trip to LA. Soon, they find themselves lashing out and leaving a trail of bodies behind them. The violence escalates throughout.
Filmed in 1983, but never officially released. Filmed mostly in Budapest, Hungary, the Hungarian government seized most of the production's equipment for non-payment of bills. Post-production was never completed. The Cannon Group, Inc. bought the film in 1987, and planned to complete post-production and release the film. But the company began having financial troubles in 1988, and the film was forgotten. The existence of this film was questioned, until a workprint surfaced on the internet in 2007. See more »
Having first heard whispers about GRIZZLY 2: THE CONCERT, and only that it "starred" Laura Dern, Charlie Sheen, and George Clooney, I was interested to see these actors together in their earliest roles. Tracking down a version of this lost "film", made from the fragments available, I watched eagerly. WOW! What a marvel did unfold! The aforementioned actors had near-microscopic parts, in which they play monsterbear fodder. There are other victims roaming through the woods, awaiting their collective doom as well, including a group of wonderfully vicious poachers! These guys would fit right in w/ those heinous backwoodsmen from DELIVERANCE! Aside from these distractions, the bulk of G2:TC consists of the title event being performed in the same park terrorized by the ferocious fur ball. Said "concert", overseen by a particularly cranky Louise Fletcher, is certainly a spectacle! Combining the most synthetic elements of -that era's- MTV and DANCE FEVER, this is more like an overlong, 80's exercise video. The lethargic singers / dancers appear lost on stage, wondering where Deney Terrio might have gone. Meanwhile, wild-eyed hunter / gatherer, John Rhys-Davies lumbers about, looking for the titular creature. It all ends in an explosive non-finale of madness and spandex. Alas, this movie is sooo ethereally godawful, that it will probably never be finished. This is an enormous blow, since it could very well have been the ultimate mega-schlock masterpiece! My tears flow freely, now...
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