When I bought this movie I had never heard of it but I quickly knew it was worth the risk with a $3 price tag. Then I learned Bill Wyman composed the soundtrack. Definitely worth the $3 risk.
This has got to be the best Rejects movie but Lords of Salem is my favorite from Rob Zombie.
I've always been an Are You Afraid of the Dark guy but finding these copies is showing me I should have given the series a chance.
I don't know if it was the low expectations or the fake that time travel sucks me in but I enjoyed this movie.
I picked up the full collection from Amazon for $12 and I couldn't say no.
This movie was an unexpected pleasure. Not only did I enjoy it and get a little spooked but I realized it was filmed down the road from where I was currently living which added to the creep factor.
I went looking for Suburbia and came home with this. Racism is gross and watching the skins being terrified is great.
When this movie came out I remember having a crush on a girl at the YMCA and wanting to take her to see it. Hey, it could have happened.
Henry: Come on, Junior. Indiana: Will you please stop calling me Junior? Sallah: Please, what does this mean? Always with this Junior? Henry: That's his name: Henry Jones, Junior. Indiana: I like Indiana. Henry: We named the dog Indiana. Sallah: The dog? You are named after the dog. Marcus: Can we go home please? Indiana: I have a lot of fond memories of that dog.
I don't like when people only talk shit on Adam Sandler. The dude had plenty of belly aching laughs to get away with later choices. Billy Madison will always be solid gold even if the guy behind it later made Jack & Jill.