F.B.I. special agent Nicole Diaz is sent to the town of Oro Negro to help solve several bizarre murders of two agents in Sarasota Fl. At first, it's thought the killings are random acts committed by smugglers or drug dealers, that is, until the resident Tribal Ranger realizes the bodies have been drained of blood and suspects it is something more. Soon after a mysterious woman and her aide appear during an autopsy and claim responsibility for creating the perfect killing machine. A creature designed specifically for desert warfare to be used by the military.
- Stars:Jasmine Waltz, Michael Placencia, Bill Houskeeper, Joel D. Wynkoop, Michele L'Amourt, John A. Schakel Jr., Bob Glazier, Leo Demski, Gianpero Fuentes, John Gabriel, Jil Myers, Owen Robertson, Robin Ruhmke, Jeremiah Vaughn, Thomas Williamson,
- Director:Rob Walker,
- Writer:Bernie Felix Jr.
After being cleared in an internal investigation F.B.I. special agent Nicole Diaz is reinstated and sent back home to the town of Oro Negro to help solve several bizarre murders of two ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: Amusing.You'll Get A Good Laugh Out Of It If Nothing Else.Its Funny Because The Actors In The Film Play Several Characters In The Movie.Money Must Have Been Tight.Its Better Than Skinned Deep,At Least You Can Follow This ''Plot''.
(ag) wrote: Poorly acted and relatively predictable. The only thing somewhat nice was the violence.
(kr) wrote: This is a throwback to the 80's paper thin characters and mindless violence popcorn flick.I am usually up for that but this takes itself too seriously,then you should have written a better script.
(jp) wrote: Great, unique story!
(ru) wrote: Based on a true story from 30 years ago and screen-play lifted from the journal of the lead character. This particular story took place in a small Texas moonshine loving town along the Navidad river in the 1970s. This is low-low budget - a might cheesy, yet a might interesting as well; in particular because many of the actual town folks that were there back then and were part of this story play themselves or they play extras. Something rings true because of that and keeps it interesting. A wild man (half animal half man?) goes upmuck and terrorizes the town until the men of this town grab their hunting rifles and coon dogs and head to the river. How much of this can actually be true and how much of this is this town's own folklore or residule from all the moonshine is left up to the viewer. Do not expect slick special effects - expect the worse you can remember from 70s films - DO however expect a good story and very interesting townfolk. I actually enjoyed this even though it made me laugh more than anything. I like these kind of films though...and this is the best of that genre I've seen in awhile.
(mx) wrote: Jarmusch's films prove that his last film "Only Lovers Left Alive" is a sin!
(au) wrote: A true classic and staple of spoof movies, Mel Brooks creates an affectionate parodic tribute to Westerns of the 50s and 60s. While I do have the admit that the ending becomes a bit too nonsensical and wacky for my personal tastes, there are still so many hilarious moments and unforgettable characters to ignore here. Cleavon Little, Gene Wilder, Madeline Kahn, Harvey Korman, Dom Deluise: RIP. Such a talented group of actors all utilized perfectly in this film. See it!
(us) wrote: Like the story, the rest hasn't aged well.
(ag) wrote: The noir camerawork in this film is good, but the plot is clichd even by the time of the film and is not very credible. Robert Mitchum plays a doctor who falls in love with a suicidal client, played by Faith Domergue, who not surprisingly (except to Mitchum) turns out to be highly unstable and murders her husband with Mitchum in the room then leads him on a run for a Mexican border town. Mitchum finally realizes his error, but the premise of the film feels contrived from the start.
(es) wrote: The greatest Chaplin film ever? I'd say so. Lets face it, who could deny mustering a single laugh out of Chaplin's antics?
(es) wrote: This was really fun to watch. The traffic cop mannequin scene was hilarious.
(gb) wrote: Not much happen actually, most of the movie is about the preparation of the final attack, and then when it comes, it is quite brief.
(us) wrote: Not a bad TV movie that goes according to everything we heard of if one doesn't believe in the whole conspiracy mess. Remember, the movie is executive produced by Bill O'Reilly, so we're only getting one point of view!