Andrew is born of the lineage of the Anti-christ, Lucifer. His parents end up nuts. Andrew is mad at the damn world because he looks like a "fruit" and eventually goes "Ziggy Stardust" on anyone who picks on him in school. Two women are bound together to put a stop to him with lasers in what looks to come off as a spin off of "Xanadu".
Andrew - Stefan Arngrim
Mr. Williams - Barry Cooper
Mrs. Williams - Alice Sachs
Father Daly - Frank Birney
Tony - Daniel Eden
Marie - Roslyn Gugino
Mark - Paul Haber
Mikhail/Margaret - Elizabeth Hoffman
Rafael/Father Damon - Jack Holland
Gabrielle/Hulie - Kathleen Rowe McAllen
Lucifer - Richard Jay Silverthorn
Written & Directed by - Frank LaLoggia
You dare sell me a tale of hellspawn reaking havoc on a shcool only to 'no-show' any real violence/gore, cheat ridiculously on everything? You must be in love with the color yellow. Well fear not, we'll give you some free publicty, you fucking tool.
Fuck you LaLoggia...And since you like looking at men's asses so much, you can kiss mine.Hide Full Review
You dare sell me a tale of hellspawn reaking havoc on a shcool only to 'no-show' any real violence/ ...
So someone finally combined Grease and The Omen? What took so damn long?
I really think this movie was supposed to be a musical. The costumes, the soundtrack, the...fabulousness of the characters - it all screams musical. It definitely would've been more entertaining that way in any case.
The basic premise seemed like it might've been interesting - Lucifer himself getting offed one night and coming back for a rematch with the angels that killed him - but combining that with some tale of the awkwardness of being a bisexual teenager and including random popular songs like "Blitzkrieg Bop" shot it into a realm of silliness.
Yes, I'm pretty sure that's what was going on with poor Andrew here. He likes the cute naked boys (as does Frank LaLoggia I imagine - NTTAWWT) but also steals away some tool's girlfriend...who turns out to be one of the angels? How does that work? Anyway Andrew is sexually confused, hence why he dresses up and sounds like a German tranny in the last part of the movie and raises the dead. Well, maybe not the raising the dead part, but that didn't have any point to it anyway so who cares.
This brings up one thing - Andrew kisses/gets kissed by the big bully (not exactly something I remember from when I was a kid) in the shower and the bully freaks out because...why? Later nothing is changed and bully man is dressed like John Travolta and still violent and fucking his girlfriend with a gun. You know, normal stuff. Later Andrew gives the bully breasts and kisses him again. I mean, obviously.
It did seem like there was a solid idea behind the movie but it all fell apart. Stefan Arngrim, who plays Andrew, thought the best way to show "emotion" and "intensity" was by violently vibrating which was a bit odd. Luckily satellite characters wildly make up for this, like the crazy ass coach who kills a guy via a dodgeball while shouting "Get him! Hit him! KILL THE SON OF A BITCH!" Andrew's father was great too, randomly freaking the hell out and destroying a bar, cakes, etc.
Couple of good shots, as well - one at the beginning when Lucifer is first shown, and also a nice try with a mirror that was unfortunately fucked up by the actresses. I also liked the baptism scene, especially with the baby shooting blood everywhere and hitting the altar boy in the face...though honestly it looked a little suspect with the priest standing next to him. Hmmm....
Can't really recommend. Even if you really like naked dudes, which there are a lot of here, the movie was ridiculous and dated as all hell, and not even in a funny way. I'm giving it a few notches for the gym scene and for the basic premise which unfortunately wasn't backed up by a good movie.Hide Full Review
So someone finally combined Grease and The Omen? What took so damn long? ...
Pointless nudity - yes
Random violence - yes
Uppercut - no
More MANASS than you can shake a, nevermind - yes
Man-ass. That's 1.
That's a bad demon!
I see you! you ain' slick!
Nope. Can't see me, I'm invisible.
Damn old people. They're all crazy.
Soundtrack provided by Billy Joel.
Staight thuggin' in my yellow ass jacket.
More man-ass...That's 2.
0.73 seconds of female anatomy.
You're proposing?! What a looser!!!!
High-school gym shower scene complete with, you guessed it, even more man-ass! That's 3.
It's obvious the director cares not of scathing his viewers brain.
Even more *yack!* man-ass! That's 4.
Fucking cripes is this a horror movie or the fucking Lifetime Channel?!
He's not Jesus!
I told you I'm not John Travolta!
Man-ass shot # 5, people! *seething sarcasm*
Holy shit! Maybe he really is Jesus!
Great. Now he's Ziggy Stardust.
Female anatomy!..attached to a guy. *grrrr!!!*
I'll show you! I'll stab myself!
So the chicks no-show yet it's implied we wanna see more man-ass, eh?! By now our anger has turned to that of the death of our soul.
Care Bear stare!
Frank LaLoggia - "They're funding my movie!!!"