Former baseball player Blue Jean Douglas is closing down her small-town strip club and leaving for good. But her plans are not so easily attained when a group of coal miners show up and with them a deadly contaminant. What starts out as a last hurrah for the infamous strip club, turns into a blood bath. With time running out, Blue Jean must step up to the plate to try and put a stop to the spread of destruction before it’s too late and she loses everything she holds dear.
Wren Walker – Blue Jean Caz Odin Darko – Remy Madison J. Loos – Logan Cameron Dent – Tony Al Dales – Chromagnum Momona Komagata – Frankie Kirsty Peters – Licorice / Carla Nikki Wallin – Baby / Elaine Victoria Gomez – Tina Rafael Mateo – Pablo David Torres – Mario Edwin Perez – Jesus Andrea Rosolia – Panuche Manny Jacinto – Travis Emma Docker – Aja
Directed by Sevé Schelenz and written by Lisa DeVita, available On Demand March 28 from Uncork’d Entertainment.
Darryl Masters is the host of his own house flipping show, “Mastering Disaster”, along with his daughter and presumptive heir to his business, Rebecca. As soon as they begin work on their latest project, things start to go wrong, and Darryl is starting to believe that the house is responsible…
Not sure if this film was suppose to be a horror movie or a comedy, because I spent a majority of the film laughing. Eric Kramer is a funny man. Either way I enjoyed this film, it would have gotten 5 out of 5 if it wasn’t for the ending. So anyone that is going to decide to watch 8989 Redstone, don’t expect to much from the end, other then that the rest of it was great.
To sum up the movie quickly, it’s a reality show that flips houses and this house that they decided to flip ends up being haunted. So of course they run into a million and one problems during the flip.
Just on a quick side note, the movie takes place in Detroit, and it’s an abandoned mansion that they are renovating. And I think it is a complete shame how numerous neighborhoods in Detroit have been abandoned. Some of the buildings are just beautiful and need just a little TLC.
Three women new to Thailand (Ciara Hanna, Emily O’Brien, Jackie Moore) are terrorized by bloody dreams that lure them down the cryptic, dark paths of forgotten folklore and hateful revenge.
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Ciara Hanna as Alex Emily O’Brien as Julia Jackie Moore as Rachel Russell Geoffrey Banks as Colin Sohanne Bengana as Vlad Byron Gibson as Byron Jack Prinya as Male Nurse Jared Cohn as Shane Wallop Terathong as Sang
I would like to say this movie is a must watch, but unfortunately I can’t. This film is another one of those movies that literally put me to sleep. I managed to stay awake for about half of it, but then lost interest and crashed out.
The plot was so so, but the actors missed their mark on this one, there was a couple of the actors that did good, but not going to say who. So if you want my opinion, pass on this one, unless you have nothing else to watch.