Originally Posted by The Perfect Weapon
I don't mean to jump to conclusions but I will presume that Rene will be purchasing Star Slammer: The Escape... and that he's seen it before.
What you said about the movie, I think I'd rather see that than 31.
Haha. Surprisingly I'd never heard of Star Slammer: The Escape until now!
After finishing Funhouse Massacre, I think you'd find it to be at least ok to maybe decent. I liked it well enough for the 3 bucks I paid for the dvd. I'm sure you'd like it more than 31. I really liked that one a lot, but as it's Rob Zombie, I know his films are not for everyone.
Originally Posted by Moltisanti
I don't want to spoil the ending, but the erotic showdown between Pacino and the killer is hot hot hot.
There really was something going on with that killer. Especially since he liked to have the men strip and see how they would fuck.
Originally Posted by Call Me Roy
Reynolds can barely stand. Maaaybe 10 years ago, unfortunately his time has passed.
Man, I was just thinking about this on saturday. He did an episode of the tv show Burn Notice where he was still fairly spry and didn't look as frail as he does now. I was thinking it was maybe 3 or 4 years ago, but it turns out the episode was from 2010! Still, he must have had a harsh few years in between, because he looked so different just a few years later when he did the interviews for the blu releases of White Lightning and Gator.
Here's how he looked on Burn Notice.
If he was still in this kind of shape, then he'd be a dead lock for another Fast And Furious film. Even if they tried to get him, it would probably just be a quick cameo of him sitting on a bench or something cute like him in the Bandit Trans-Am about to take a test drive during a chase sequence.
Got in my latest Netflix dvd rental earlier, and since it's something I really wanted to see, I decided to watch it today. It's a movie that was recommended to me by an online friend. A 2009 horror film called Laid To Rest. It's a slasher about a guy who has a shoulder mounted video camcorder who also has a chrome skull glued onto his face. Not bad so far, as I'm liking it well enough. It has some solid acting support from Kevin Gage (who is effectively the male lead), and Sean Whalen, along with a cameo from Jonathan Schaech. Lena Heady also has a small role that has a very brutal end. I say it's worth at least a rental for fans of slasher films.