Curtis learns not to be a peek in windows the hard way when he is squirted by skunk while watching a woman through a window as she undresses. Soon he finds out that it wasn’t an ordinary skunk,and has to come to terms with that idea his love interest, Mary Beth, may never be able to be his steady girl. Continue reading →
Sea Creatures attack a little coastal town while a group of filmmakers are trying to film a porn movie. When some photos get mixed up because the director, Mel Duncan and the Ichthyologist Mel(ody) Duncan are staying at the same motel, the producer decided he wants a fish themed porno.
At Mushnik’s flower shop in Skid Row, Seymour Krelborn is trying to live his dream of growing things. He starts a seed, grows a rare plant, which he names Audrey Junior, after his love interest, his co-worker, Audrey Fulquard. Such an exciting, exotic new plant brings a rush of interest, fame, and business to the flower shop, but to keep Audrey Junior healthy, Seymour is forced to take awful, sinister actions. Continue reading →
Another Prime find. Micro budget. Shorter than I expected, less than an hour, I probably should have paid more attention to that when I selected it. As it is advertised as Massimiliano Cerchi’s lost work, perhaps it was an unfinished project that someone found and released without trying to finish or polish it, but that’s just speculation and conjecture.
I stumbled across this on Amazon Prime and didn’t realize it was picked up by Troma until I went to find a trailer to post. That made it much easier to describe as it is exactly what you would expect from a, early 90’s Troma release.
After Marty’s girlfriend breaks up with him, a group of attractive and mysterious women visit the video rental store at which he works. Soon, Marty and his friends discover that these women are vampires, and it’s up to Marty to stop them. Continue reading →
Otto, an employee of Berm-Tech Industries, Inc., is called into his supervisor, Turner’s office one morning to find one of his co-workers, Mike, sitting in a chair, a stake through his chest. Turner states that he killed Mike because he was a vampire. Obviously, Otto is disturbed by this, as Berm-Tech is owned and operated by vampires, or as they prefer to be called, Netherfolk, and Turner himself is one. Turner, it seems, has contracted an illness which causes him senility, and he has forgotten that he is a Netherfolk. So, he hires a “first lifer,” Jewel, to replace Mike, and further calls in a business advisor, and things become quite complicated. Continue reading →
Colton West, an ageing former action star who doesn’t like insects, is struggling with media coverage of his mistakes, his fading career, and his family. On the day he walks off the set of a movie about giant cockroaches, a volcano starts to erupt near L.A. As lava punches through in various places in and around the L.A. basin, giant spiders, Lavalantulas, erupt from the fiery depths with it. Colton will stop at nothing to reach his family and get them to safety, saving whoever he can along the way. Continue reading →
Dallas, a vampire, returns to L.A. to visit some old friends. While there he picks up a young woman who turns out to be The Hollywood Slasher and brings her home to his friends who adopt her as one of their own. Unknown to Dallas, Dr. Van Helsing has followed him to L.A. and has recruited some quite modern help in his hunt for vampires. Also complicating his visit is a long standing animosity between Dallas and The Count. Continue reading →