Big Money Rustlas
The Insane Clown Posse heads back to the Wild West in this prequel to BIG MONEY HUSTLAS. Nothing happens in the dusty town of Mud Bug without the approval of gambling magnate Big Baby Chips (Violent J), and the locals turn and run when his henchmen come out to play. But when swaggering sheriff Sugar Wolf (Shaggy 2 Dope) teaches the locals to fight back, Big Baby Chips and his gang head for the hills in a hail of gunfire.
- Stars:Violent J, Shaggy 2 Dope, Tony Borcherding, Boondox, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Mark Jury, Jason Mewes, Ron Jeremy, Bridget Powers, Jody Sadler, Jamie Madrox, Monoxide, Jumpsteady, Brian David, Cindie Haynie,
- Director:Paul Andresen,
- Writer:Violent J (original story), Violent J (screenplay), Paul Andresen (screenplay), Studebaker Ducham (screenplay)
In the Wild West town of Mudbug, Sheriff Sugar Wolf arrives to confront an over-the-top villain, Big Baby Chips. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Big Money Rustlas torrent reviews
(it) wrote: A breath of fresh air.....after all the predictable romcoms like Cocktail, Yeh Jawani hai Deewani this movie set itself apart from all the daily romcoms........A movie made with with genuine heart and commitment.....its never shy's away from showing the reality of today's relationships.......Commitment and love are two different things and this movie shows that without any fear.....Watch it on your own risk...a risk WORTH taking........indulge your self in this ROMANCE.........
(it) wrote: ideas are fresh and thought provoking but the execution is sloppy up until last 1/2 hour .
(ru) wrote: I'm sorry, but I didn't get it!
(ru) wrote: Stunning. The music, the locations, the actors are all fantastic. Such a lovely movie, perfect to relax you ready for the weekend. A unique movie, and very easy to watch.
(mx) wrote: A useful documentary with lots of comments by Martin Scorsese. A must-buy for film buff.
(kr) wrote: Ah the good old days of Canadian "tax shelter" films that allowed so many horror movies to be made in the Great White North (masquerading as "anywhere USA"). This was was made during the post-Halloween "Slasher" boom that was beginning to play itself out by the mid-1980s. Its more of a psychological horror film than your typical stalk and kill masked killer film though the killer does wear a very spooky old crone mask. John Vernon plays a jerk director who encourages his long-time leading lady and lover, Samantha Eggar, to commit herself into an asylum to properly research a role for an upcoming film. Vernon's sleazebag director then has a casting call for the role Eggar is researching and six beautiful actresses converge on his estate for the weekend. Who is the killer? All the actresses want the role as does Eggar and then there is Vernon himself and his sleazy handyman lurking about. Like Black Christmas and The Brood, this film uses its snowbound setting to further isolate our cast of characters, there is a killer inside and its freezing cold outside. Linda Thornson, Diana Rigg's replacement in The Avengers TV series plays one of the actresses vying for the part, Quebec cinematographer, Richard Ciupka directed the film.
(fr) wrote: The twelve year old boy in me prays that mom will hit the sack early so I can catch this on Showtime after hours. As B-movie skin flicks go, this one isn't half bad. I'm talking skin, not acting.
(ru) wrote: CLassic hilariously bad wrestling movie. Hulk Hogan was better born for bad movies than a wrestling ring.
(au) wrote: The climb was what I expected...awesome....but the other material is done just as well.......
(jp) wrote: Not as good as the original but still a good fun watch...Westerns are always exciting if in the right frame of mind