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Putney Swope posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsThis little 80's gem stars Martin Sheen as a recently widowed psychiatrist in New York City. He discovers a cult, that believes in child sacrifice, is after his son. It was written by Mark Frost, co-creator and writer of Twin Peaks, and writer of both Fantastic Four part 1&2. This movie features one of the oddest cold open's I've ever seen, in which, Sheen's wife meets a grisly dairy-based demise. In the scene, Sheen's character spills a carton of milk on the kitchen floor. His wife tells him to shower and she'll clean it up. As she cleans, her son points out that the coffee maker is going haywire. When she reaches over to turn it off, she is violently electrocuted in front of her son, while standing in a puddle of milk. That's right, milk-trocution! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgkQpPKxkoM There's also offensive racial stereotypes, mutilated cats, and sweet voodoo cult action. Robert Loggia and Jimmy Smits costar. P.S. Sorry about the lame dubbing on the clip. It's the only one on youtube. Still very funny.
No Code of Conduct (1999) - Two Sheens, an Estevez, and directed by Bret Michaels
kahalia posted a topic in Bad Movie RecommendationsWe just discovered this buried deep in the Netflix Instant vault. Story by Bret Michaels (YES, that one.) Directed by Bret Michaels Music (of course) by Bret Michaels Screenplay by Bret Michaels, Charles Sheen (this was made during the 2 year Charles period), et al. "A Michaels/Sheen Production" Martin and Charles Sheen play father and son cops who have a difficult relationship, which is worked through with a huge heroin trafficking ring out of Mexico as a backdrop. I think. There are informants and dirty cops and angry wives and sad children and bad decisions and gas leaks and explosions all trying to cover up the horrible acting and dialogue. Bonus! Joe Estevez as "Pappy" Made in 1999, and I think everyone involved has tried to forget about it since.