Entries Tagged with ‘dvd review’

  Director:  Marty Pristone & Dale Trevillion (Play Time) Writer:  Emilio Ferrari Starring:  Angie Everhart, James Wilder Since her (long past) days of life as a teenager, Angie Everhart has had a steady career in modeling. Somewhere along the way, though, she came to the conclusion that she had the necessary assets to become an […]

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Director(s): Barbara Kopple (Wild Man Blues) Writer(s): Jessica Kaplan & Stephen Gaghan (Traffic, Abandon) Starring: Anne Hathaway, Bijou Phillips The original writer of Havoc, Jessica Kaplan, had her script purchased before her 18th birthday. The script languished in development hell for a couple years, with Traffic scribe Stephen Gaghan eventually finalizing the shooting script. Sadly, […]

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Director(s): Arch Stanton (aka Jim Wynorski) Writer(s): Mark Thomas McGee & James B. Rogers (both of Sorority House Massacre II) Starring: Gail Harris, Melissa Moore, Deborah Dutch, Orville Ketchum (aka Peter Spellos) Well, no one ever accused Jim Wynorski of being an uptight artist, and there’s good reason for it. Essentially a sequel to Sorority […]

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Director(s): Giovanni Veronesi (Men Men Men) Writer(s): Leonardo Pieraccioni & Giovanni Veronesi (Men Men Men) Starring: Harvey Keitel, David Bowie Westerns are hard to get done on a low budget these days, and as a result, only a couple come out each year. Gunslinger’s Revenge is one of 2005’s few westerns, with the others being […]

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Director: Richard Howard Writer: Mark Shepherd & Robert Moreland (Space Marines) Starring: Kiefer Sutherland, Bruce McGill, Kristy Swanson, Robert Sean Leonard, Margaret Cho, Henry Winkler If there’s one vital aspect of a “problems on a plane” film, it’s the air-traffic controller. He’s the guy who the pilots coordinate their moves with, receives the initial message […]

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Director(s): John Myrick Writer(s): Jean-Claude La Marre (Nora’s Hair Salon, County General) Starring: Glenn Plummer, Jean-Claude La Marre Urban comedies were really hot for a brief period of time between 2002 and early-2003. I point that out because the original Go For Broke did over one million dollars in video sales when it was released […]

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Director(s): Thomas J. Moose (Zombie Toxin) Writer(s): Andy Sawyer Starring: Misty Mundae, Anoushka, A.J. Kahn Despite appearing to be just another standard Seduction Cinema movie, The Girl Who Shagged Me is much different. Sure, it’s filled with sex and goofiness, but the entire concept for producing the movie was conceived and executed entirely unlike just about […]

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Director(s): Shayne Worcester Writer(s): Shayne Worcester, Kyle Rankin & Efram Potelle I let The Girl in the Basement sit in a pile for about two months before watching it a few nights ago. The Asylum has a bad tendency to treat their pick-ups as second-rate material, so I’m usually not to eager to sit through […]

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