Fuad Ramses III (J.P. Delahoussaye) returns to Miami to reopen his grandfather's defunct catering company. This arouses the interest of the local sheriff (Mark McLachlan), who holds Fuad's family reputation in ill favor. Fuad is soon, however, asked to cater the sheriff's wedding by his mother-in-law, Mrs. Lamply (Melissa Morgan), and fiancee, Tiffani (Toni Winne). After finding his grandfather's statue of Ishtar, an Egyptian goddess, in a utility closet, he becomes possessed by her evil spirit. He then goes on to create the 'blood feast' his grandfather failed to do, by killing young women in the area and making them into party food for the wedding.
Russell G (ag) wrote: The action never quite gets going. I was interested and it held my attention but this was far from successful. It felt like a TV movie in some ways with an unpolished cheese factor and a story that felt loose and needed more work.
Paul A (nl) wrote: A somewhat bleak and dry animation film with a stellar voice cast, great animation, and loads of good satire, Antz is smart and edgy and a bit more fitting for adults.
Gilbert L (us) wrote: What have I lowered myself to, first off I'm a Canadian and I'm reviewing a movie about the 4th of July and a killer soldier who has returned from the grave. And secondly, it stars Isaac Hayes, that's right, Chef, as a veteran with a wooden leg. This kid has lost his uncle in the Gulf War and always looked up to him as a hero, too bad his uncle is pissed about how the country seems to be showing respect to his sacrifice. So now we get a bunch of bad acting and a bunch of bad killings, all from our friendly old Uncle Sam costume wearing psycho. It's somehow ironic that a man who wants people to sign up and fight/die for a cause that they may or may not believe in is killing them off before they even have a chance to get killed in action. This is honestly just a cheesy movie that you should only view on the grounds that you don't take it seriously. Isaac Hayes is really the only good actor is this movie and that's all I can really say. Enjoy!
John Y (nl) wrote: Pitiful attempt to capitalize on "Babe"'s success.
Dawn H (jp) wrote: One of my favorite movies ever!
Miguel R (fr) wrote: Even with the terrible ending, Quigley Down Under is a good western starring Tom Selleck
Michael W (es) wrote: A surprise birthday party by a caring uncle is marred by presence of several dead guests and a resentful deformed twin sister. I thought Trish Everly was pretty good in the lead, but never worked in film again. An original video nasty, I saw the edited Virgin video version.
jay n (br) wrote: Great cast giving excellent performances, fine director. script written by a top flight screenwriter but something is missing and this falls rather flat. Jane Wyman is very good indeed.