A group of stick-up kids rob a mafia run strip club and head for the border but when they enter the town of Redstone, they find that crime is a dish best served cold! Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th, Hatchet) takes the title role as Sheriff Slade Sickle, a man with a true appetite for justice! The film co-stars Tiffany Shepis (Nightmare Man, Dark Reel) and Rena Riffel (Showgirls, Mulholland Dr.) in this carnage-filled tribute to American Grind-House cinema. Horror Legend Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th, Hatchet) is Sheriff Slade Sickle, and when a group of stick up kids arrive in his town, they find that justice is a dish best served cold. Expect buckets of blood, bullets and mayhem in this tribute to American Grindhouse. - Written by Anonymous (IMDb)
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Paul D (ru) wrote: A thoughtful piece on relationships with some thoughtful directing. Wordy in places but with a strong script.
Sam S (fr) wrote: realistic, authentic feeling allegory about infidelity. it doesn't overstay it's welcome and very well acted in what seems to be largley improvised dialogue. but in the end the movie seems to take the easy way out leaving the viewer somewhat dissatisfied.
Christopher G (us) wrote: This movie sounds familiar..,oh, yeah I LIVED IT!!!
Nicki M (us) wrote: Started off okay, but got too bleak too quickly. I mean, for goodness sake, why didn't he just go and claim social security since both he and his wife were unemployed?! The gang beatings bit was pretty grim too. Unfortunately it was not unbelievable as there are plenty of people like that here, (sadly), but it was a little in your face for the type of movie that this was aiming to be. I also thought the Amanda storyline was going to go somewhere, but that just fizzled. By all means not a bad movie, but it just couldn't seem to decide what it was going for.
Christopher H (es) wrote: Fight Club is one of the most loved movies of all time, and for good reasons. Dazzling performanced by Brad Pitt, Edward Norton and pretty much everyone. What made it more impressive was the top notch direction. But the most notable of all, the story was very gripping, and as the cherry on top the spectacular ending shot which looked amazing.
David M (br) wrote: i didnt really expect anything from this movie. but surprisingly this was actually a pretty decent horror movie for what it is. the actors did an overall nice job at capturing that claustrophobic feeling. there was a nice little twist at the end so i guess it keeps you watching, and its a brief 64 minutes so its not like a waste of your life or anything
Matthew M (de) wrote: My main reason for taking interest in the picture was that Tony Banks did the soundtrrack. I had no expectations other than Kevin Bacon was starring. Turns out Laurence Fishburne has a small but played well role. At first the picture is a drama about a professional Stock Broker that got screwed out of a lot of money. Now he becomes a Bicycle messenger and likes his job a lot. The movie is not bad in that you are not disappointed at least I was not. It does its job good as a mild drama with no heavy issues confronted. The worst thing that happened was Laurence Fishburne died even though it might have been ruled an accident it definitely was not. The main villian Rudy Ramos is good and Louie Anderson was in the movie but very little. The strongest point is the soundtrack and the bicycle chase and montage sequences are not bad. The final chance scene does get jarring but it does not really matter. Overall, not a bad film and although not gonna knock you off your seat it still does its job good.
Brody M (it) wrote: Not to bad of a movie but it was spoiled by a lousy ending
Jeremy S (nl) wrote: Love this movie. Great family movie that is really acceptable for younger kids. Sandler gets ripped for how far his comedies have dropped, but he does a good job blending his humor with family friendly movies now.
Matt H (it) wrote: I've never found the "Love Actually" type British romantic comedy humor to be very good or funny. I give it a little credit for trying to be different in its romantic couplings, but it makes both of the leads unlikable and not very interesting.