Two gangsters are given 72 hours to discover the whereabouts of a stash of drug money stolen by their boss. There's only one problem...they just murdered him. Frantic to find the cash, the ...
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Four friends, well aware of the irony and cliche involved, visit the abandoned Carpenter Hill Hospital for fun, for laughs and for scares but none of them can know the true darkness that ... See full summary »
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John steals money and a bracelet/temporal dislocator from a Chinese antiques shop. Fleeing, he triggers the device and goes minutes back in time. The time travels result in new Johns and they form the Mega Time Squad.
Tim van Dammen
Two wanted women decide to rob their wealthy psychotic friend who lives in the fantasy world they created as children; to take the money they have to take part in a deadly perverse game of make believe.
Two gangsters are given 72 hours to discover the whereabouts of a stash of drug money stolen by their boss. There's only one problem...they just murdered him. Frantic to find the cash, the hapless criminals kidnap a psychic medium and force her to contact the dead gang boss. Unfortunately for them, they only succeed in unleashing an evil spirit bent on revenge.
Polterheist actress and co-screenwriter Gemma Head passed away months before the film went on general release. Gemma won a posthumous award for Best Screenplay at the Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival, along with Paul Renhard and Dave Gilbank. She wrote many of the film's gags and the 'card scene' and is credited by director Gilbank for giving the film a 'greater emotional resonance'. See more »
Neo-noir, pre noir or pernoir, its definately not fitting in anywhere, but the moral is simple. the last laugh,is the best laugh, or redneckmidlandians vs. psychic chick its doomed from the beginning. its about a stash of non certified diamonds that are flown into england from somewhere, the mafia that expects it,are fooled around by several other tribes, and the mains, aka the loosers, uses the psy-fi to sniff up the money meant as payment and of course the diamonds.
the story are at the level of a 13 yrs old written english exam, with a horrible language, and implosive use of violence. the acting are a c-level, and so are also the filmo and edit. the pace are like flyfishing, its on turbodrive,then it drifts slowly and so it repeats itself over and over.
in the end the crooks get crooked and the beast is gone, and the grumpy old man thinks the best one won. can i recommend it .no definately not
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