A young lady OCEAN kidnapped screaming from her OCEAN a psychic is called to help find her actor gets killed.
The psychic looks for leads LET'S SING SONGS KIDS blink blink bad guy psychic orgasms in woman's room. Two women talk and go on dates OCEAN dad gets killed mom shoots psychic in head!? OCEAN women go on dates OH NO RUN naked naked naked SCISSORS the end.
Story? Editing? Who needs it!?
Mary - Jennifer Holmes
Jo - Zoli Markey
Dean - Craig Gardner
Bobby - Mark Tanous
Carson - Cameron Mitchell
Parker - Peter Elliott
Joan - Moira Winslow
Written & Directed by - Percival Rubens
At one point, and this never happens with me, I literally screamed "What in the fuck is going on!?" at the TV. This could potentially sum up my experience with this movie but I guess I'll go on.
I did my best to get the plot in order up there. I've used this before but I think in this case it's true - the only explanation for what transpired here in the editing room is the film stock itself exploded and they were forced to piece the movie together frame by frame at random. At least, it's the only explanation I'll take. I mean, after all the random crap that's thrown at us, the movie seriously just cuts off.
The two story lines are barely connected by the murderer. Otherwise the story with the psychic serves absolutely no purpose. He goes into the young woman's room, jizzes in his pants, sees the killer in the mirror with some terrific special effects that are totally realistic then leaves. Later he comes back and gets shot in the damn head. End of his story.
The two chicks who date their boyfriends and sing songs with kids are set up as the potential next victims (or "vics" if this was Law & Order - is that show ever not on?), so we get to watch them...date...their boyfriends. Some set pieces see them running around half nude in attics or wherever, but don't look for any motive behind the killings.
Speaking of the killings, is part of the killer's M.O. to throw the dead body into the nearest tree? How the hell did he get it up so high anyway? How did it completely decompose in like a week? Why did the kid that discover the body scream like a 20 year woman? So many questions, so many answers the screenwriter never really cared about thinking about, ever.
One notable moment is when one of the random girls takes one on the chin via an uppercut! That makes two for the site now - I was pretty excited, and it's a doozy too. She even does a flip and a roll after he knocks her in the air. It's like a Mortal Kombat uppercut too - I half expected an announcer to yell "Excellent!"
Unfortunately there are too many dry spots in the movie to really recommend it totally. While the randomness and ridiculous effects are fun to laugh at, most of the movie is slow and kind of dull, especially when we get to watch What's-Her-Name on her and What's-His-Name on their 238473209 date. I'll call this flick a good one for a once through just to experience what might amount to a hallucinatory vision, but there's no way I would run out and catch it twice, it might hurt your brain. PERMANENTLY.Hide Full Review
At one point, and this never happens with me, I literally screamed "What in the fuck is going on!?" ...
Pointless Nudity - yes
Random violence - yes
Uppercut - YES!
Editing - no
Editing - no
Editing - no
Guess the credits are over.
Extreme close-up! Of a rock?
Is this whole movie people screaming each others' names?
Yeah, I feel that way about actors too.
Did he just...is he orgasming?
Is that Funkytown?
Worst dubbing ever.
Damn is that Rapper's Delight??
Amityville Horror plug!
Did someone just unplug the camera?
By buh-bye you mean go swimming?
I heard screaming at a wound makes it bleed more.
Person on Radio - "Buh buh bzz bzz bzz bee bee buh."
Carson - "He's less than a man, but more than a man."
Mary - "I prefer cats that work for a living."
Dean - "My house is your house as they say in Spain."
Bobby - "Could you love a man with roots growing out of the bottom of his feet?"