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Larry Drake gives a Razzie-worthy performance as the titular doctor, an escaped mental patient who murders everyone in sight. The opening scene is a total mindfuck - it's worth it just for this scene alone Each murder is done in a different doctor-y way, and comes with a fresh catchphrase (move over, Schwarzenegger ice puns). The gore is topnotch quality. Best part of the movie. Keep your eyes peeled for performances by Doug E. Doug, and Mark from Roseanne. I saw this as a kid, and I always assumed it was an 80s movie. It sure feels like one.
"He's got a wheelchair and an attitude... He's turning the streets of L.A. into a morgue!" After reading that tagline I had to see this movie. It's just what it sounds like, which is pretty awesome. Eugene, a paraplegic living on the streets with his mother, goes on a killing spree after she reveals she is actually his aunt. The Aunt promptly disappears from the movie. I acquired some awesome facts while researching this "film". Stuart Wall, the writer/producer appeared on People's Court in the early 90's to sue the producers of a doc called "Scream Queens" for using a still from "Hellroller". The 13 minute clip is both sad and hilarious, Judge Wapner clearly couldn't give less of a fuck. And Stuart Wall is one of the creepiest dudes I've ever seen, here's a link . Also, "Hellroller" is the only credit on Stuart Wall's Imdb. http://www.imdb.com/...ref_=fn_al_tt_1
I ran to see this awful 2012 movie and it did not dissappoint. It tells the story of a young Baltimore detective teaming up with Edgar Allen Poe to solve a set of serial murders based on Poe stories. The setup of the movie is as follows: No one knows what happened in the last days of Poe's life...this is what really happened. The movies opens and closes on the moments before his death on some public bench while ravens fly above. I'm not sure who was interested in this historical mystery, but I don't think they will be satisfied by this fictional answer, that he tried to track down a killer and marry/save a blonde lady. While I was watching I was trying to remember EAP stories and facts about his life, but of course none of these things matter to the plot. So who is the serial killer? What will happen to Poe's love? How will he die? How early on will someone say the line, "Nevermore?" And HOW DID THIS GET MADE?
Have you guys seen this shit? I'm not going to spoil it if you haven't but it's quite possibly the dumbest movie I've ever seen. I'm not going into detail, but this movie has it all: face-blindness, shitty sex scenes, terrible music, intense body hair, and a serial killer obsessed with straight razors. Oh, and it's on Netflix Instant, enjoy