Directed by Greg Araki (DOOM GENERATION, MYSTERIOUS SKIN), THE LIVING END is a post-modern story of love between Jon and Luke, HIV positive gay lovers who are on the run from the law and take off on an aimless odyssey across the U.S. with literally nothing to lose.
Troma delivers the goods once again with this rock-&-roll-themed splatter-fest. Belcebu is one of the biggest rock stars on the planet, and regularly encourages his fans to commit suicide through his outré lyrics. But when Belcebu gets the ultimate compliment--the Devil himself offering the singing star a chance to achieve immortality--his curvaceous ex-girlfriend tries to put a stop to his plans. A Spanish-language film that embodies everything that's great about Troma, BELCEBU DIABLOS LESBOS is a deliciously campy visual romp.
Self-made low-budget maven Theodore V. Mikels -- the brains behind such bottom-bill drive-in fare as The Corpse Grinders -- shot much of this tediously tacky mess (also known as Female Plasma Suckers) at his castle-like mansion in California. The castle serves as the base of operations for the lascivious witch queen Mara (the exotic Lila Zaborin) and her coven of curvaceous followers, whose weekend pastimes include, among other things, human sacrifices. The title would seem to suggest a kinky good time for Z-movie buffs, but this one is a real groaner, with static shots, fuzzy post-synched sound and shabby lighting. (Judging by those castle digs, Mikels should have been able to afford better equipment.) The end result is an exploitation movie that doesn't bother to exploit anything.
En route to visit their grandfather's grave (which has apparently been ritualistically desecrated), five teenagers drive past a slaughterhouse, pick up (and quickly drop) a sinister hitch-hiker, eat some delicious home-cured meat at a roadside gas station, before ending up at the old family home... where they're plunged into a never-ending nightmare as they meet a family of cannibals who more than make up in power tools what they lack in social skills...
CHANGE THE WORLD is a spin-off from the highly successful DEATH NOTE franchise; which includes a bestselling manga, an anime series and two live-action feature films. This action-packed supernatural thriller focuses on the the mysterious character L (Ken'ichi Matsuyama), the detective tracking the 'death note' killer of the previous films. In L CHANGE THE WORLD the detective comes to the aid of a boy named Maki Nikaido (Mayuko Fukuda), the only survivor of an infectious virus responsible for wiping out his small Thai village. With only 23 days left to live, L decides to use the time to solve this case and others across the world.
This action packed epic set in ancient China at a time when the country as it is now known was separated into several smaller countries. When the evil leader of one such country conspires to invade one of his neighbouring lands, a mighty warrior steps forward to lead his fellow countrymen against the onslaught.
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