A young, moist, buxom teen vixen finds herself hurled into an odyssey of forbidden sex and unspeakable violence after an innocent evening dabbling in the occult. What started as a simple ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Black Devil Doll
Five hot sexy young big-breasted chicks are raped, abused, tortured, and killed (?) by an evil jive-ass talking doll possessed by the spirit of an executed black militant death row inmate. Who will survive...
- Stars:Uttam Kumar, Supriya Choudhury, Deepa Chatterjee, Nirmal Kumar, Asitbaran, Bimal Banerjee, Jyotsna Banerjee, Montu Banerjee, Ramesh Banerjee, Ratan Banerjee, Pranab Basu, Nirmal Bhattacharya, Raja Bhattacharya, Runu Bhattacharya, Meera Chakraborty, Jonathan Louis Lewis, Chris Lewis, Minh Bao, The Brick, Heather Murphy, Gregory Solis, John Osteen, Dennis Laponsie, Mubia Abul-Jama, Natasha Talonz, Mitchell Boone, Erika Branich, Precious Cox, Christine Svendsen, Martin Boone,
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Chris H (fr) wrote: Dont waste your money..
Dustin G (au) wrote: Not bad. Has its moments. Feels a little long, even at under an hour and a half, which is never a good sign. The comedy is similar to that of Sleeper, in that you'll either find it funny, or you won't. I didn't for the most part.
scott w (es) wrote: This is one of those short film's that probably quickly gets tagged as "quirky." It takes the viewer on a short ride with the protagonist in his search for a reciprocal love from the woman he has a crush on. This familiar premise becomes literally mythic as the unseen hands of the Greek gods, who are apparently still alive and well and living in Manhattan, select protagonist Ray to become cupid incarnate. Ray, played by writer/director Luke Matheny, is the lead singer of a jazz quartet whose drummer, played by Marian Brock, he secretly pines for. Brock has her own unrequited love to deal with in guitarist Fozzie, played by Christopher Hirsch. The lever for the action is that Ray is both jazz singer and champion dart thrower...I did say it was "quirky" after all. Ray receives a mysterious package from the "Olympus Foundation" containing some special "Love Darts" with instructions for use and Ray's pursuit of Kelly through alternative means ensues. Matheny populates his story with the kind of idiosyncratic characters you find either in colleges or Napoleon Dynamite's hometown. The story is literally classic in derivation, with nods to the Cupid myth which is its backbone and a bit of Midsummer's Night Dream thrown in for good measure. But it is not stuck there. It also inhabits a piece of post-modernity's landscape expressing confusion over appropriate relationships, lack of intimacy, a nostalgic search for answers in "simpler times" (with a very funny homage of sorts to the movie Witness) and a literal understanding by Ray, that ultimately not only is their a destiny for him, but that he controls the destiny of all who yearn for love...capricious though it might be. In the end, this 18 minute joy ride has taken us on a journey from Ray's own self interest to his understanding, that manipulated self interest is in fact, wrong. We all get the message that unrequited love may be unrequited for a reason, and yes, even for quirky people who perform jazz while their lead singer croons and does dart throwing tricks, love is out there... albeit sometimes as the end of a sharp point.
PB M (gb) wrote: Not afraid of the dark are you ?
Cameron F (br) wrote: The only thing this movie gets right is the Modern part. In the 80s, movies about couples breaking up, falling in love?
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Brandy C (ag) wrote: SEE. THIS. MOVIE. I'm serious. This is my favorite movie of all time. The dialogue is impeccable and the two brothers are as badass as badass can get. George Clooneys best role and most kickass. Not to mention Quentin Tarantino plays his creepy brother. It's a half and half masterpiece, heist gone vampire extravaganza! Please watch this movie and tell me what you think. I don't like too many movies, but this one is such a hidden gem.
Jason T (au) wrote: Yep this movie is actually worse than King Arthur. For a movie that's rated R I was questioning why the movie featured very little blood. The stabbings, sword fights, and overall violence screams PG-13. The movie is shot well and the action scenes are decent but the choppy editing, subpar dialogue, and predictable plot put Last Knights on the direct to DVD bargain bin.
Rostislav A (ru) wrote: Ha ha!There you go, no need for fancy oscar's, a true cinema with witty dialogue and clever cinematography make this bizzaro story come to life!a very nice surpise on the evening TV, recommended for crazy heads.
Michael W (nl) wrote: The happenings at the local car wash supported by a dominant soul soundtrack. A slight divergence with mostly stereotypical characters. Carlin and Pryor do not lend as much as you would hope for.
Gordon T (ru) wrote: "What's in the basket?" "The tenant in room 7 is very small, very twisted and very mad." FREEEEEEAAAAKKK YYYEEAAAHHHHHH!!! BELIAL!!!!!!! THE HOTEL BROSLIN!!!! DUANE!!!!!! AWESOME REVENGE MOVIE!!! THANK GOD FOR CHARLES BAND WHO CREATED MEDIA HOME ENTERTAINMENT and then WIZARD VIDEO; I saw this when I was 12 in 1983 on VHS -- I used to rent movies from Home Video Center in Newtown Square, PA located on St. Alban's Circle and MEL'S PHARMACY on West Chester Pike in Broomall, Pennsylvania. (I had to walk two miles each way from both stores because I hate riding bicycles after having an accident). Anyway, Duane and his brother Belial are AWESOME in this and the sequels TOTALLY BLOW compared to this gem. You know, I only live two hours from Glens Falls, New York where Duane and Belial are from and the first murder takes place. What a GREAT, GRIND-HOUSE MOVIE . . . HOTEL BROSLIN , AWESOME!!!!! Frank Henenlotter is A GENIUS . . . Belial is an old obscure English term for killer, murderer