Never underestimate Dalton, a brawny bouncer who also happens to hold an NYU degree in philosophy. When he’s hired to police a rowdy bar in the Midwest and falls in love with Doc, he angers her mean ex-boyfriend, who vows to win her back.
Gritty stories of loss and redemption collide on Christmas Eve in Los Angeles, where a shy mortician falls for a single-mom stripper, and a desperate ex-priest forges an unlikely bond with a transsexual prostitute.
In this action adventure spun off from a video game, half-human, half-vampire rebel spirit Rayne is pitted against a dark evil from another time — a squad of undead Nazi warriors trying to inject Adolf Hitler with Rayne’s blood to make him immortal.
When teenager Nathan comes across his own childhood picture while scrolling through a missing persons website, he begins to question everything he ever took for granted — including the people he always assumed were his parents.
When the older brother (Tommy Nash) he idolizes is run off the road by a ruthless drug dealer (Darren Thomas) during a nighttime street race known as Sepulveda Suicide, Rick Merchant (Jaz Martin) channels his grief into getting revenge behind the wheel. But to win, he’ll need to modify his trusty 1978 Datsun 280Z — with help from a pretty mechanic (Hennely Jimenez) — to get the maximum speed out of its machinery.
Ed the chimpanzee is more than just a mascot for the Santa Rosa Rockets — he’s actually talented enough to play third base. But when the team starts winning and Ed becomes a star, he’s sold by the team’s greedy owners. Ed’s fans and teammates are dismayed, but most devastated of all is Ed’s “roommate,” a pitcher (Matt LeBlanc) who gets cold feet when he plays but is learning to overcome it with the chimp’s help. Will they ever get Ed back?
CONSENSUS: “Cool as Ice is a must watch bad movie. Words can not express this movie’s triumph. It is astounding, amazing, jaw-dropping and perhaps the greatest thing to happen to western civilization.”
CONSENSUS: “It is obviously a laughable throw-back science-fiction movie. Mars Needs Women is watchable and bizzare, but the fun is limited by its overly serious tone.”
CONSENSUS: “God awful. This movie is so bad, you can’t even laugh at how bad it is. DO NOT WATCH. It received the lowest score in the history of the InstaFlicka Podcast with a flat zero.”