Director: AJ Wedding Writer: Oliver J. Defilippo, James Orlik
Watched The Jokesters yesterday and I will say it was a pretty good movie, it didn’t have as much of a horror aspect to it as I thought it was going to do but all the same, it was very entertaining. Plus, you can never go wrong with a found footage movie no matter how good or how bad it is.
This movie starts out with pranks and is what a majority of the movie is comprised of which is not surprising based on the title of the flick and the fact the characters are part of The Pranksters.
With one of the members of the pranksters getting married will the be the end of the pranks? Maybe, but the other members have come up with the idea of one last major prank, but will one of the members be pushed too far?
If you are looking for a good movie to watch and you have Amazon Prime you have to check this one out, you shouldn’t be disappointed.
Gremlins meet Hot Fuzz in Cute Little Buggers, premiering on VOD Nov 7.
Tony Jopia’s highly anticipated comedy-horror hybrid sees locals of a peaceful English village, enjoying their annual summer festival when they are suddenly attacked by mutated killer rabbits!
Cute Little Buggers Synopsis:
Somewhere in the depths of space, aliens are watching the earth and planning their attack. Unaware of the impending danger, the locals of a sleepy English village are preparing for their summer festival. The aliens launch their offensive by mutating the local rabbit population, and when the furry demons are released, the body count starts to pile up as blood, guts, and fur flies in all directions as the humans fight off the alien threat.
Caroline Munro – Mystic Mary Honey Holmes – Phillis Tiller Gary Martin – Randy Rocksoff Dani Thompson – Becca Kumud Pant – Villager Sara Dee – PC Hitchins John R. Walker – PC James
Director: Tony Jopia Writer: Garry Charles, Andy Davie
The Terminator meets Jessica Jones in Armstrong, available October 3 from Screen Media.
Orange is the New Black’s Vicky Jeudy leads an outstanding cast in an indie superhero adventure that’s equal parts action, intrigue, drama, sci-fi and heart.
On her first night as an EMT, Lauren, an ex-addict trying to atone for her brother’s death, is partnered with Eddie, a jaded cynic, exiled to the graveyard shift. Their first call, a mysterious warehouse explosion, sends them into the industrial wilderness outside of Los Angeles. On the way, they’re stopped by a wounded drifter: Armstrong. When trying to contact dispatch, they realize that their radio and cell phones aren’t working and they’re on their own. Once in the ambulance, Armstrong begins to exhibit strange behavior and becomes violent. Before they can get him out of the vehicle, a fanatical assassin violently attacks them. The soldier is hunting Armstrong and wants to kill anyone who comes in contact with him. Before he can finish off the EMTs, Armstrong saves them and defeats the soldier.
It is revealed that Armstrong is a high-tech vigilante on a key mission: to stop a murderous doomsday cult, The Fifth Sun, from detonating a series of nuclear devices underneath Los Angeles to cause catastrophic earthquakes. To complete his mission, Armstrong needs their help.
Pulled into this hidden world, Lauren must make difficult choices and overcome her personal demons to survive the night, help Armstrong carry out his mission and ultimately become the hero herself.
Vicky Jeudy – Lauren Shawn Parsons – Armstrong Jason Antoon – Eddie Christian Anderson – Harbinger
Director: Kerry Carlock, Nicholas Lund-Ulrich Writer: Kerry Carlock, Nicholas Lund-Ulrich