Picking up right where the first movie left off, Melitis, Marina, Jenny, and Vakirtzis manage to escape the stadium and meet up with another small group of survivors. Not only must they face the zombie horde, they also face a band of men who indiscriminately kill both the infected and those not simply for sport. Meanwhile, a messenger, looking for the one with the knowledge of how to defeat the evil, finds this most unexpected hero. Continue reading →
After 3 construction workers in Athens, Greece discover a cavern, something happens to them, causing them to lose their memory of exactly what happened and how they got out. The evil force which had infected them erupts spreads rapidly. With the citizens of Athens turning into zombies, the survivors must band together if they are to live. Continue reading →
Jack Quade owns a crocodile farm in Krabi, Thailand, which he runs with the help of his sister and nephew. He has a rivalry with a local businessman, Cao, and his brother, Andy, who are trying to develop the properties around Jack’s park and using several shady means to try to put Jack out of business. When a giant croc kills a couple at a local beach, they try to frame Jack’s animals. Jack teams up with a pretty representative from the animal protection agency and a crocodile hunter to stop the killer croc. Continue reading →
An Australian outback watering and fishing pond is found to have toxic water. Todd, from the Department of Environment and Pollution, goes out to test the water and replace the warning sign, which keeps disappearing. On his way back, he has to stop for some kangaroos in the road. While waiting for them to pass, he discovers something far worse. Continue reading →
Well, there were a few redeeming qualities in this torture porn flick from Eli Roth. It has a really good misdirection/bait and switch. The make up and gore are outstanding. (By now you should all know my fondness for well executed gore. Pun intended.) And the setting was beautiful. I was expecting very little from the characters… and the plot. I got what I expected. I guess it was good enough that I’m willing to check out Part 2.
Not really a “shark movie,” but it is an entertaining action flick. I really enjoyed the beautiful and talented Erica Cerra, as Jasmine, and the comedic arrogance of Derek Theler’s, as Chase. They had great chemistry. It really starts picking up toward the end when Chase and Jake (Paul du Toit) begin revealing their back story. Sadly, Arnold Vosloo’s talents are pretty much wasted in such a minor role.
All in all, a light entertaining action/thriller that happens to have sharks and eye candy.
This Canadian/New Zealand indie film was a lot of fun. Featuring the iconic Michael Ironside, doing what he does best. A movie that was written and filmed to seem as if it were shot in the 80’s and set in post apocalyptic late 1997. What a great concept! For the most part, really well done. Would have been better had they stuck to all practical effects. Though I did enjoy the “sploosh” when The Kid used the glove. Apple is an awesome character. “This is my Gnome Stick!”
This is totally worth watching, especially if you’re a fan of cheesy 80’s flicks. It’s currently available on Amazon.
During the zombie apocalypse, survivors, Barry and Benny, band together in search of Barry’s sister, Brooke, who has been kidnapped, to fight not only against the undead but also against mysterious gas-mask wearing soldiers. Continue reading →
Jimmy Anderson’s first assignment is on the orbital sanitation station Regina, whose function is to keep orbital lanes clear of debris, as an entry level engineer sent to repair the mainframe. Just after his arrival, the station recovers some salvage, including a mysterious device, and the station loses contact with Earth, only to discover that all life on the planet has disappeared. As the crew of the Regina work to make the necessary repairs and figure out what has happened, they find that they are under attack by Gary, a mutating rubber duck. Continue reading →
For more information follow this link. (Though truly, IMDb doesn’t give too much information on this film. Many of the actors/actresses are uncredited and I had to use my keen powers of observation along with my well honed google skills to find some of these credits.)
In a dystopian future, ravaged by chemical warfare, the ruminants of humanity formed clans or gangs, lead by the Big Brothers, for protection. These gangs battled through the years, and now have an agreement of peace so they might survive. As the younger generation struggles under the weight of this agreement, one of the Big Brothers has decided that he will conquer and rule over them all. Continue reading →