A group of graduate students conduct a sleep deprivation study in the 80s, but something goes terribly wrong with a test subject. After their department is shut down, the team moves forward in secret - only this time on themselves.
Can you keep a secret? I haven't heard anyone for a long time until they arrived. They came for help and they broke the rules. I tried to warn them but it was too late. Little did they know. The party is over. Who will survive?
Antonio de la Cruz
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Tom Everett Scott,
An American college student named Penny is erroneously apprehended during a dissident round-up in the banana republic of Rattica. She is incarcerated into the island penal system overseen by Wardress Von Krupp who is constructing the world's greatest information extractor. Crocodiles, religious zealots, psycho inmates and voodoo-based experiments block her every escape. Life is cheap and the jungle explodes in Amazon Hot Box.Written by
Love it. A new post-grindhouse classic masterpiece.
What do you get when you throw actresses Ellie Church and Tristan Risk into a rat infested island jungle prison hell? A classic! This film is SO much fun you stop reading my review and see it. Now! Alright, I told you so. Since that Tarantino / Rodriquez film (that shall be unnamed) there has been a plethora of throwback imitators. Writer and director James Bickert is the only one that seems uninterested in making a revenge style film covered in fake scratches and thank god! His first two films were pretty damn good original takes on the 1970's 42nd street vibe but this one is a masterpiece. Like life everything in this flick is complicated. How the gazillion ideas all come together in the end, flawlessly, is just so satisfying. Big shout out to Kelsey Carlisle. This actress manages to play to stereotype and then move it way beyond. I caught this one at Horror hound Weekend and it was the best film there, by a mile. There is a lot going on here but it works. And Jet from Dear God No! is back. Love this guy. He's nice in this one and really funny. And all you gore-hounds will not be disappointed, the grue is plentiful and the effects are excellent. Great acting, cinematography, locations, alligators, helicopters, explosions, nudity and a dang torture machine! See this film!
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