Residents of peaceful Pebbles Court, Homesville, are being used unknowingly as test experiments for a new 'Body Drug' that causes rapid body decomposition (melting skin etc.) and painful death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Residents of peaceful Pebbles Court, Homesville, are being used unknowingly as test experiments for a new 'Body Drug' that causes rapid body decomposition (melting skin etc.) and painful death.
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Terminator 8 (fr) wrote: It's so bad that it's good!
Private U (it) wrote: Omnimax is cool. Watching the filmmaker's 18-year-old daughter splashing skimpy-style through the Grand Canyon is not.
Evan G (us) wrote: Awesome movie! Just see it!
Jillian S (nl) wrote: LOVED IT! For once I didn't hate Tom Arnold, sadly can't say the same for Bill Paxton. Jamie Lee Curtis was adorable, weird and just a tad clumsy but still attractive and I love her! Great story, funny with enough action to keep it from being a romantic comedy.
Erik J (gb) wrote: While the events become increasingly unlikely the film never loses its momentum or its levity.
Rubia (jp) wrote: Light as "Rendez-vous in Paris" but with a deeper (and always honest) eye on day-by-day life.
Rebekah V (au) wrote: When I was younger I thought this movie was so stupid, now it's one of my favorites!
Jeremy N (gb) wrote: First of all, why, if a bed eats people via a bubbly yellow acid, is there a need for chomping noises. Second, I couldn't help but notice that there are only about 12 lines of actual dialogue spoken in the entire movie, the rest being done by voice overs as the actor's just stare at each other. Even for 1977 cheap B-movie standards this was CHEAP and the most emotional acting came from the bed if that says anything. Ultimately, I'm left with more questions than anything else, not the least of which is Huh?