Tales from the Quadead Zone
Actress Shirley Latanya Jones returns from the director's first film (Black Devil Doll from Hell) to be in front of Turner's camcorder, and reads two spooky tales to the ghost of her dead son, Bobby. The second story features a zombie clown from Hell. When we finally return to Shirley, she kills her hot-headed boyfriend, and there's a bloody finale as the cops arrive.
- Stars:W.J. Rider, Doug Daverport, Johnnie Tanguy, Chris Calloway, Kim Nichols, Tammy Nichols, Jeff Miza, Ronda Rider, Keefe L. Turner, Larry Jones, Lawrence R. Jones, William Jones, Tommy L. Miller, Shirley L. Jones, John W. Jones,
- Director:Chester Novell Turner,
- Writer:Chester Novell Turner
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(ag) wrote: gr8 cast awsesome job
(au) wrote: Billy Bob Thornton is at his best in this funny but otherwise routine and unnecessary remake.
(mx) wrote: I love this movie!!! I love happy endings!!
(nl) wrote: All I can say is: Watch this movie!!!! One of the best ones I have seen in a very long time I was clue to my TV for the entire movie!!!
(br) wrote: Jack Black makes this movie. Love his character
(kr) wrote: An original, emotional, and clever family film that is brilliantly animated!
(de) wrote: bad ass! really liking these Chuck Norris movies
(ru) wrote: Why why why???? Kevin Bacon is one of the best actors I have ever seen and this is one of the worst scripted movies. Poor Kevin poor greg grunberg
(br) wrote: Mr.Deeds! Adam Sandler so 5-Star!
(ru) wrote: An incredible piece of film noir. Robert Wise handles the material so deftly that this results in some excellent blocking, editing and cinematography. No doubt influential on later boxing films such as 'Raging Bull.'
(gb) wrote: Smart story. Surprise ending. Bravo.
(nl) wrote: In 2006 Hugh Jackman and Scarlett Johansson's starred in two films about magicians and magic. While the first was the brilliant The Prestige, the second was this smaller offering from Woody Allen. A light comedy, it's a fun watch aided and abetted by a sharp script and a strong cast.