“I liked when Babs got soaked by Buster’s water gun.”
“I like when Kevin is already in the airport van.”
I only ever found the original film passable at best. This is a pretty weak follow-up. Edward Furlong is reliably awful. More gore than the first, but it’s also guilty of having more bore. There is only one reason to ever watch this film. The inspired and amusing performance of Clancy Brown.
Over-the-top campy, horror-comedy about a man who is being terrorizes in his new house by an invading hobo starring cult favourites Bill Paxton and Michael Ironside as well as Kuato as title character. Super fun, never takes itself too seriously, a surprise treat. Another surprise, it was executive-produced by the one and only, Mel Brooks. …
1. Unforgiven 2. Few Good Men, A 3. Glengarry Glen Ross 4. Midnight Clear, A 5. Player, The Just Missed The Cut: Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Diggstown, Hard Boiled, Reservoir Dogs, Trespass Need To See: Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Malcolm X, Man Bites Dog, Of Mice And Men, Romper Stomper Comedy Hi-Lites: Bob Roberts, A League …
Great boxing movie, even better con artist movie. James Woods is magnetic; Bruce Dern is at his sleazeball best; Oliver Platt is a riot. Plenty of twists and turns along the way with a killer ending.
Camp is the order of the day in this surprisingly funny, heavily gory and underrated horror film. Larry Drake gives a wonderfully measured, over-the-top performance. Clever death scenes, a whole lot of fun.
A very funny movie in the tradition of the Marx Brothers. John Turturro is fantastic in the Groucho inspired role. Rapid fire jokes and sight gags elevate this move. Not all jokes hit, but there are far more hits than misses. The opening credit sequence is awesome, but an obvious ploy to pad the running …
The only film I have ever watched, rewound (yes, rewound) and the immediately watched again. Love me some Sorkin.