Three space women land on Earth in search of sexual energy to fuel their spaceship and get back home. They befriend a lonely farmboy who helps them on their plight, all while evading their mortal enemies, the Scrotes.
Brian K. Williams
Ever have one of those days where nothing goes right and everything falls apart, everyone is out to get you and there isn't a damn thing you can do... or is there! Sam Wallace has had a rough life, dumped on by everyone, a human door mat! After having the worst day of his life, the tables are about to turn! A movie about revenge, punishment and showing everyone who screws up your life, that payback is a b****!Written by
Peter Bracke's amazing book about the history of the Friday 13th films, showed that audiences will come back for more of the same thing, and want to see more bizarre and creative deaths. Indeed, it is difficult to create a new spin on the whole revenge / slasher movie. The 70's / 80's were the best time for such films ala Carrie, Prom Night, The Burning. But Daniel has shown, there is still more spark to this old genre, and he didn't need a budget from Michael Bay to do it.
Its a great little film, and Daniel certainly knows his subject matter well. The plot. Well, you average every man gets revenge. Michael Douglas said at the end of Falling Down rather confused 'I'm the bad guy?'. This guy doesn't care. Indeed it feels like watching a demented home movie, which is a complement to it, since the added realism of back to basics blood and gore is the ace up its sleeve. Characters are neatly dispatched, and it all leads up to an exciting finale. There is hints of a lot of films about it, but even John Carpenter, the greatest horror director on the planet has admitted he has constantly remade Rio Bravo. All in all, its well worth checking out, and I cant wait to see what he, does next.
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