Travis Brown is having the worst week of his life. After losing his stereo, his job and the woman of his dreams, Travis discovers a meteorite has crashed in his back yard. Things take a ...
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Travis Brown is having the worst week of his life. After losing his stereo, his job and the woman of his dreams, Travis discovers a meteorite has crashed in his back yard. Things take a very strange twist as he cracks open the meteorite and finds a mysterious headset apparatus inside that can transport objects and beings across dimensions.Written by
Catacomb of Creepshows #2 (of 50): or Man-o-man was this movie bad
Poor SOB Travis seems to be having no luck in life, not financially nor romantically. One day a strange meteorite crashes in his backyard wherein he, along with help from two devoutly religious neighbors, finds cryptic writings on a headband from a fabled space race. Said headband lets Travis make objects appear out of thin air.
I have no clue what I just saw, a comedy that isn't funny, a horror film that isn't scary, or perhaps a sci-fi flick that is hackneyed and needlessly convoluted. I haven't the foggiest. What I do know is that if the first film in the Catacomb 50-movie box-set, "Addiction" gave me a false sense of hope with how good it was, than this one brought me back to the stark reality that the following 48 films might be a true test of endurance. Doubly a shame as my curiosity was piqued by the Writer/director's numerous collaborations with Man-O-War (an amazingly great band)
Eye Candy: Amber Allum gets topless
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