In Las Vegas, the powerful three hundred year old vampire Sylvian hires Dr. van Helm to research a cure to survive in the sun. She uses three vampire women as guinea pigs to test the serum in the desert and a couple that is camping witnesses the failure and calls the police. Detective Stanton and his partner Detective O'Hara are assigned to investigate the case. Meanwhile, Jason, who is going to marry Rachel, and two friends travel to Las Vegas for his bachelor party with a couple of strippers, but the women are actually vampires that attack them. Out of the blue, Rachel and her friend Nikki decide to travel to Las Vegas to surprise her boyfriends. The group is captured by Sylvian that uses them to feed the pack vampires and test the new research.
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Mason P (ca) wrote: An interesting theme, but not as scary as I hoped.
Andrew S (nl) wrote: Faced with an impending nuclear apocalypse, a group of twenty college students must determine which ten of them would take shelter underground and reboot the human race. The decision quickly becomes deadly as each in the group turns against each other in a desperate fight for survival.
Tyree O (gb) wrote: worse fucking movie series i have ever seen
Harrison S (es) wrote: Amazing and shocking story of the lives of homeless wanderers in Brazil and the incident that occurred on Bus 174. This documentary does a fantastic job with the quotes, opinions, and stories they get out of the people they interview. The director finds all parties significantly involved in the life of Sandro (the Main Character). He gives the audience an in depth view of what life is like for the imprisoned and the homeless. The footage is spectacular based on how serious the situation really was. I still prefer City of God though. 8/10.
Huw G (fr) wrote: Mediocre - slow, unimaginative, and predictable, but it does have an occasional nice touch.
Peter M (gb) wrote: Yeah sure its pure trash but you have to love it just for the barbarian brothers man those dudes rock.
Francisco G (fr) wrote: Something along the lines of Bad Taste and Brain Dead, Body Melt wasted it's super tiny budget on repulsive effects but not on much else. There are plenty of humorous bits here and there, completly random moments but it's just a succession of loose threads that are not that interesting to begin with, bringing to surface some rather boring moments and a lackluster conclusion.
James S (us) wrote: I reccomend you watch the episode of Siskel and Ebert where they review this wretched stinker. Gene Siskel giving "thumbs up" was definetly the wrong choice. I decided to watch the movie myself. It was awful!! It's not as bad as Theodore Rex, but I reccomend skipping this movie at all cost.
Meredyth s (br) wrote: Haven't seen it but sure do plan too. I love anything to do with vampires!!
Alexander F (fr) wrote: This is the worst Christian Slater movie I have ever seen and I just watched Mobsters. At least you get to see a young Milla in it.
Randy T (es) wrote: I suppose it's forgivable to boink your sister if your sister looks like Mireille Perrier, right?
David G (gb) wrote: For what it is, The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission isn't terrible but it is a completely unnecessary made-for-TV sequel to the 60's original. It's little more than a rehash of the first film really with many of the scenes and a lot of the dialogue lifted shamelessly from the '67 classic. Check out the scene where Lee Marvin (who returns as Major Reisman) receives his orders from another returnee Ernest Borgnine, or when two soldiers stop a third from escaping - almost exact duplicates of their original counterparts. Still, cheap and cheerful rehash or not, it looks pretty good for a TV movie and there are several familiar faces in the cast. Aside from Marvin, Borgnine and Richard Jaeckel who reprise their roles from the original (and don't seem quite as bored as you'd expect them to be) there's Sonny Landham, Wolf Kahler, Ricco Ross and one or two others whom you may recognise.
Tyler N (us) wrote: Recently watched this, and 3 of its sequels on AMC's fearfest. It seems the movies mostly famous for it being Jennifer Anniston's first film. She delivers a fine, albeit forgettable performance. The movie itself is not as bad as I would have expected, and is that so bad its good kind of thing. The make-up is well done, and the leprechaun has a few one-liners that will make you at least chuckle. That being said this is a film for those who love horror b-type movies. The plot is ridiculous, the other actors are horrible, the death scenes are laughable, and the premise is different to say the least.
t w (de) wrote: Gotta findb some way to see this bad or not ringo starr and dennis quad together sounds okay