5 WORD REVIEW: ......FEATURING THE FANTASTIC TINY P.
60's groovy government dudes shrink down other super groovy to destroy a brain tumor that is messing up a super groovy super spy.
Boy, people smoked a lot...and everywhere in the 60's. And as always Donald Pleasence is great in it. Thus I dubbed him The Fantastic Tiny P... "woah man, look at that amoeba.... that thing is Huuuuuge!
5 WORD REVIEW: RICH PEOPLE... THEY'LL KILL YA!
Was convinced to give this a watch by a podcast. It was creepy, unsettling, and uncomfortable. About as uncomfortable as Montgomery Burns walking in on you while you were taking a shit in a public bathroom. Then, he doesn't leave. He just stands there, staring, rubbing his hands back and forth.
5 WORD REVIEW: WHO JUST GAVE ME ACID?
A mash-up of E.T., Star Wars toys, Poltergeist, The Goonies, and the most terrifying puppet in movie history. Here is a comprehensive list of what you will see in this film.
Darth Vader. (or real, Darth is in this movie
A huge puppet form out of the side of a mountain
A fat kid getting attacked by a killer double cheeseburger
overdubbing, overdubbing, overdubbing...
all of the star wars toys... yes, all of them.
and a cameo by what I believe to be the sorcerer guy from Spookies
5 WORD REVIEW: FOUND ANOTHER SWEET SPOT MOVIE
I love these type of ADHD, stream of consiousness flicks. It's like a 4th grader said... I want a movie with bigfoot fighting George Kennedy, and then there is a space comet that lands, and then a preacher finds it... then makes zombies and were-bigfeets, and then boobs.
5 WORD REVIEW: JOHN C. REILEY: MASTER THESPIAN!
If you think that a movie that consists entirely of 2 uptight, rich, yuppie couples in one setting arguing about a fight their kids had in which one's teeth were knocked out sounds like nails on a chalkboard. Then you would be right. But, someone forgot to tell John C. Reiley to play this one serious. And therefore he redeems the entire thing.
5 WORD REVIEW: MONSTER MASH OF EPIC PROPORTIONS
Sometimes a movie comes along and shows me something I have never even knew that i wanted to see so badly. This is one of those times. Gore, Nazi monsters, and a great idea all come together, The only downside is that it didn't need to be a hand held type of movie and a severe lack of Peter Stormare.