Frederic Lansing (Bill Hudson) is a writer who hopes to find inspiration while vacationing in Hellview, Oregon; however, the lighthouse in which he's staying is haunted by the ghost of Venetia (Julie Newmar), who had killed herself 100 years ago and now wants to use Lansing as a vessel for her dead husband, Captain Howdy (Richard Kiel). When Howdy's ghost starts killing people, two bumbling scientists (Brett Hudson and Mark Hudson) are brought in to investigate the history of the lighthouse and solve the case.
- Stars:Bill Hudson, Mark Hudson, Brett Hudson, Cindy Pickett, Richard Kiel, Julie Newmar, Robert Donner, Murray Hamilton, Clint Walker, Franklyn Ajaye, Charlie Callas, Amanda H. Bearde, Pamela Bowman, Robert Alan Browne, Sue Casey,
- Director:Chris Bearde,
- Writer:Bill Hudson, Brett Hudson, Mark Hudson, Trace Johnston
A burned out writer retreats to a northwest town called Hellview to write the great American novel. Unfortunately for him, the lighthouse he is renting is inhabited by the spirit of a woman... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Sadness for too long but catchy story line..
(it) wrote: Great film. Really enjoyed it.
(au) wrote: pretty funny for a low budget flick
(ag) wrote: A one time watch...with some decent shocks
(ru) wrote: This movie looks so good!!!
(us) wrote: It needs re-writing done to the plot. And yes to the comment about MTW hair but he's so easy on the eyes that it's forgiving. Predictable, you some what guess the story line and where it was leading up too.
(es) wrote: GOOD FOR THE KIDS: I dont know why more people havent seen it..
(gb) wrote: An gem from Nolte. Raunchy, violent and full thottle fun.
(nl) wrote: picked this up for a quarter in the bargain VHS bin and it was my first introduction to Fassbinder but from what I read it probably wasn't the best choice for that. Some interesting directorial choices (the ending, eg.) make me curious to see more of his work but not excited. This one does the noir-cool thing pretty well but noir doesn't really do it for me.
(ca) wrote: A superb movie. A cinematic simplicity and perfection, so rare.
(fr) wrote: A snapshot of Journey at this moment in its 30-year history, 2008, as it emerges with a new lead singer. Great Documnentary!!! I'm a big fan of Journey so I enjoyed it very much. The documentary shows how the band has been affected with Arnel Pineda now leading the iconic group, and it seems that it couldn't have been more positive in terms of popularity. We see how Journey is playing in different parts of the world now, and that there is a stunning influx of Filipino attendees at their concerts now. One wonders if it's still necessarily politically correct to refer to the band as the all American rock band.Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey follows the real life rock-n-roll fairy tale story of Filipino Arnel Pineda, who was plucked from You Tube to become the front man for iconic American rock band, Journey, thereby becoming the latest performer to go from the Internet to real life celebrity. Having already overcome a life full of painful obstacles and now saddled with the immense pressures of leading a world renowned band and replacing a legendary singer, the film follows Arnel on this personal journey.
(mx) wrote: Ah Mother??s Day, having a hard time deciding what to get for Mothers Day? Well, Charles and Lloyd Kaufman have the answer in this gory and violent flick. The title is funny even though Mothers Day is never mentioned. The film has three girls going off to the woods to celebrate their friendship from college, but they soon encounter two hicks that abduct them. The girls are tied up and then tortured all for the amusement of the hick??s mother. If you have ever seen this scenario, you will obviously know what is in store for the young girls. Mothers Day has been slumped together as another film that hates woman. I would have to disagree because the film is actually satires those types of films. Well, at least it tries. It is a little too broad and colorful to be seen as a satire although the film winks at us with advertisements, product placement, poster, and television. I did not think it explained the satire well enough to be genuine. However, it does a great job at being sleazy. There are few funny jokes here and there, but what really surprised me was the effective set up. Well, after the decapitation, the film is very nicely set up as we are introduced to the characters. I enjoyed this and some of the films element especially when the girls get their revenge. For some odd reason, I actually found it sexy when the girls get their revenge. Hmm, I am starting to feel a little bit self conscious, ha-ha. Mothers Day mixes Psycho with Friday the 13th and I Spit on Your Grave, so if you are looking for a really bloody and sleazy time, Mothers Day is for you. Warning: do not give this film to your mother. It is Fathers Day and I want my cake.