In Cameron, a group of hunters is attacked by a wild animal, and Charlie Cowley survives, but sees his brother Scott dying. Seven years later, his teenage nephew Derek Cowley steals the key of his stepfather's cabin in the isolated Fire Road 13, and travels with four classmates and his friend Sam to spend the weekend having a party with booze and sex. However, they are attacked by a Beast that kills his friends in a sadistic way. Sam and Derek survive, and they suspect that his stepfather, Mitchell Toblat, is a werewolf. When Charlie meets Derek and Sam, they decide to collect evidence to prove that Mitchell is the Beast and kill him, but Mitchell discovers their plot and chases the trio.
In Cameroon, a group of hunters is attacked by a wild animal, and Charlie Cowley survives but sees his brother Scott dying. Hyperbolically, seven years later, his teenage nephew Derek Cowley steals the key of his stepfather's cabin and travels with four classmates... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
John Eric D (it) wrote: Ok first of all I'm not a big fan nor a follower of the whole TV show but I think fans would love on this one. The returning cast are there with the same thing as what they do best on the television show. Fans would easily recognize and embrace on this one. But for the first timers, you might pass on thinking it is made for television that would marked up boredom at times. Kristen Bell's performance will simply mark as the classy Veronica Mars that fans used to love. Rob Thomas does a good job of taking care of the franchise and putting up in the big screen. 3.5 stars out of 5.
Marina M (ag) wrote: It was beautiful. So engaging, hearfelt and real. The movie was lingering for some time after watching.
Lee A (ru) wrote: Glorious, over the top trash with a good dose of brutality thrown in for good measure. You can't help but like it! It's hysterical.
Jon M (gb) wrote: wow. just as good as i remembered it. bill cosby stole the show. now onto "Let's Do It Again"!
Heather M (de) wrote: I will skip all John Wayne movies. Always.
Jennifer H (ru) wrote: Once again, Disney's little do-gooder, Annette Funicello, has found her way onto the beach with a knack for finding romance. Surprisingly enough, her beau was not Frankie. No, it was Tommy Kirk, a martian. Let me repeat that... a martian. I feel so sorry for the teen and preteen population who found this bucket of slop a source of entertainment. Tommy Kirk was a fine pick for the love interest to replace Frankie Avalon. Until I found out he was gay. Then I had problems with him in the movie. I, also, had problems with Von Zipper. This being the fourth movie I've seen with Von Zipper I was to the point of nearly smashing my computer hoping he would leave the screen. I didn't smash my computer but I did watch the ten minute chase scene with Zipper and the nut with the red baseball cap. The point of the chase being ten minutes long is a mystery. Why Von Zipper didn't die somewhere in the chase is a mystery. WHY Von Zipper didn't die in one of the previous movies is ALSO a mystery. Why the screenwriters even wrote a babbling, idiotic, buffoon like Von Zipper is a mystery. His character has no point and I grow more sick of him as I watch these movies. But there comes along a character that you enjoy. Elsa Lanchester played Aunt Wendy in Pajama Party but if you've ever watched Mary Poppins you would know her face as being the woman who played Katie Nanna, the nanny who left in the first five minutes of the movie. Her role in Pajama Party was a relief to the dreaded acting of all other cast members.
Renta T (ru) wrote: My f*ckin f*ck! Those extremely short shorts, without panties... Its genre among all the others should be soft trash porn... BUT... Even if I'm not claustrophobic, this trash sci-fi made a stronger effect on me than Buried Alive. Yeah, it is trashy, the actors suck, the effects double suck (they don't even really exist, by the way), but sometimes I really felt stuck in that darkness, fighting for my life against an unknown monster. I say sometimes. Mostly I was laughing hard at those magnificent pants, domina-styled (really-really unhealthily high-heeled) boots and the main character: da Ass. Hey, It was fun!
Tom G (br) wrote: Good film enjoyed watching but poor ending wasn't enough of a point to it