Zombies Vs. Strippers

Zombies Vs. Strippers

The Tough Titty is about to go under after losing a lot of money and gaining no customers. After they bring together their staff for the night to declare bankruptcy and lay offs, little do they know that around them the city is being sieged by the walking dead.

The Tough Titty is a strip club that's seen better days. Spider has been losing money on his business for years. Now it's finally getting the traffic he's always wanted... unfortunately, most of his patrons are undead. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ola G (ag) wrote: Erika (Alicia Vikander) has it all: a good job, lots of friends and a secure relationship with Oskar (Simon J. Berger). Until the day it all falls apart after the premature birth of her son. Suddenly this perfect life means nothing, and the feelings she once was able to control are no longer within reach. She starts going to group-therapy and meets other people suffering from various forms of trauma. Eventually she form a bond with some of the participants within this group; Rikard (David Dencik), who has severe mother issues and a fascination for Mayaindians, Pernilla (Anna Bjelkerud), a lonely middle-aged woman with an extensive self hatred, Ann-Sofi (Mira Eklund), a young woman suffering from bullying and abuse and Peter (Henrik Norln) who has in reality a structured life with a wife and kids, but feels only emptiness and alienation. One day Erika and this eclectic group of four people decide to take matters into their own hands and heads off together in search of a way out. They start checking into hotels - a place of complete anonymity where one can wake up as a different person..."Hotell" concerns topics such as postpartum depression, abuse and selftherapy and has a dark structure with a comic sparkle that comes to life in several scenes. Director Lisa Langseth is balancing on the line between the gripping reality and goofball comedy when she wants to show the tragic comic balance within each character, but she manages to keep the balance act together. All the main actors go all in with their characters, they are all sad and reduced as humans, but yet so full of life. However, the lead actress Alicia Vikander is the one that stands out as the depressed Erika. She is vulnerable, beautiful, depressed, hurt, confused and in pain, but yet selfoccupied, cold and pitiful for not being there for her newborn son and boyfriend. Her facial expressions says so much and you can feel her pain through the screen. Her full on breakdown in the hotel room in the end is intense and moving. David Dencik is as well in good form as the Mayaindian loving man child, but Alicia Vikander stole my heart in this movie. She is already in Hollywood and with her talent and absolute beauty she will go really far in Tinseltown. Mark my words.

Tiago C (jp) wrote: What happens in the fertile mind of a child. A flurry of ideas and perceptions, the reality of a more fantastic and pure form. Alejandro Jodorowsky's makes a trip back to their past and brings the viewer the dreams of the past that helped shape and strengthen the man's gift. Jodorowsky's show consumers that past, present and future are closely linked. A fascinating and extremely imaginary film, like the child who never ceased to exist in the director.

Jerin C (au) wrote: Really good movie! Good to see sreedevi back!

Scott W (us) wrote: Considering the subject matter and the cast, this should have been a lot better than it was. It's just boring. Especially in the first half when these people that we don't know team up and are just walking around the countryside. I feel like Clooney sets up payoffs that you expect later but never come. For example, the evil Nazi who makes Cate Blanchett's life miserable goes out in a whimper and is never seen again. There are a couple good scenes here - the dinner between Damon and Blanchett and Clooney's faceoff with the Nazi general near the end. But then it closes with a very heavy handed ending with a speech about the importance of art that we've already heard over and over. Just a big disappointment.

Rory Fyfe S (br) wrote: Great movie. Looks expensive and great acting.

griffin d (us) wrote: Incredible stupid, but it does contain very good performances, especially from Lily Collins.

Michael V (au) wrote: Two men in a small, dirty, apartment discussing life, suicide, and purpose. The premise may seen dull but I assure you these actors keep you engaged and interested in how it will all end.The final 15 minutes build to a speech by Jones that is thought provoking and deep.

Sara P (ag) wrote: I saw this and have never scene any of the previous Pumpkinhead movies. I didn't even read the dvd cover as my son chose it. At first I had no idea what was going on with swamp corpses and an old witch so I read the dvd cover and then I understood. Not the best of horrors but not the worst either...

Jason F (nl) wrote: A chore to sit through because of everyone except Stallone and Snipes being total losers. Sandra Bullock is so obnoxious as well as all the "good guys" in this future setting. Not even the cheesy action you'd expect from this kind of movie can save it because in between action scenes you have to listen to people say the stupidest shit ever (almost like they're embarrassed to say it). Even the Warden from Shawshank Prison is a wuss in this film! It would have been so much better had the film's plot been Stallone trying to capture Snipes in 1993 LA.

Pavan R (us) wrote: A fabulous insight into lives of street children in Mumbai. Great to watch even so many years after release. Amazing acting with great direction and editing. A must watch and one of the gems of Indian cinema.

Niklas S (br) wrote: It dolesn't come to a big surprise that Zatoichi once again angers a bunch of loud gangsters in this fourth movie of the series. In this installment it seems that Ichi has gotten himself an attitude against his foes and speaks up for himself more, which is awesome. Great forth movie.

Stella D (mx) wrote: completely charming comedy with social undertones from bunuel's mexican period. the light satiric tone reminds me of a classic ealing. great use of mexico city at night

Joel A (ru) wrote: The terribly uneffective Western Adventure Film staring Gary Cooper at the end of his career.Beautiful Locations of Florida are through out the film but the story was weak & so was the acting, although it had many technical achievements it was some what B Grade.I found the portrayal of American Indians grossly inaccurate & made the film so irritating in many ways. This is a watchable film with some gorgeous locales but the film is weak & unforgettable.

Christian A (br) wrote: All I need to say is go and watch the movie. Then watch it again because trust me, you're gonna want to.

Jen C (au) wrote: It was amazing!!!!!!!

Dillon L (br) wrote: one of my all time fav action movies