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Discussion in 'General' started by Rockmjd, Jan 3, 2008.
Looks totally stupid - but I'm sure I'll rent it anyway at some point
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My girlfriend and I both liked it. Very fun. I would say that it won't have much replay value, though. Once you hear a joke the first time...
Will be coming out on Blu-ray day and date.
"Exclusive to the Blu-ray are additional gory deleted scenes, "Titillation and Sass" pop-up trivia track, and BD-Live-enabled content (Profile 2.0 required)."
Pornstars and zombies? OK, you twisted my arm I'll buy it.
I DL'd it this weekend, and while the movie itself was pretty fun, the liberal Anti-Bush, Anti-Conservative message in it was a real turn off. I'm glad I DL'd it so I didn't put any money in their hands. I'm sick of people using films to deliver their political agenda. I wanted to watch a horror film and not be preached to!
:lol: So this is a political film? It just keeps sounding better and better.
So you don't like Romero movies either?
His messages aren't in your face and most of the time I actually agree with him and think he is a master at putting them in the film! This film was in your face and out of place!
Watched and expected pretty much nothing. I was quite surprised by how enjoyable and funny it actually was. Robert Englund was excellent as the seedy strip bar owner and I also thought he was great in Jack Brooks-Monster Slayer, an underrated comedic talent IMO. Zombie Strippers was pretty good for me and will also go down on record as the first Jenna Jameson film I watch, I'm sorry but I don't see what all the fuss is about I prefer more natural looking women.
They'll stop once Obama becomes president. They don't dare go after him. :lol:
Dang maybe I will have to rent this one... lol
you're not kidding!
I read your first bit and I really didn't understand where you were coming from. A lot of the best horror flicks have some political or social message, whether it's Romero's stuff or even something like Last House on the Left or Pumpkinhead.
Having a message shoehorned in definitely takes away from a flick, though, so I agree with your explanation. Actually, most of the time these messages are done by a bunch of lunkheaded left-swinging people who have really ignorant ideas and lack the brains or the talent to get them across in the right way. I'm not anti-left in any way, I'd consider myself more of a libertarian anarchist for the most part, but I can be supportive of a lot of political messages as long as they're not idiotic. I'm assuming you're saying essentially the same thing.
I have no interest in seeing a one-joke movie concept starring porn "actors" (who I think are nothing but glorified prostitutes).
If you want to see Robert Englund in a funny role, I recommend Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer. Good old-school monster mayhem in that one!
Watched Jack Brooks two nights ago, it's awesome.
Will watch it again for Halloween.
Haven't seen it yet but it's on my "to get" list.
Hey, hey, HEY! What's wrong with prostitutes???
Yeah, you got it!! I'm more Libertarian than anything as well, but tend to go more conservative. I don't mind a message in a film if it is done right. This film just threw it in your face and really it wasn't needed, nor did it add anything to the film, because all in all, I didn't really see how it related to the film. This is a good thing, because I enjoyed the film as a typical zombie film, but couldn't help thinking what an asswipe the director was for putting that beginning into the film! I love Romero and even though I'm not liberal, I appreciate how he integrates a message into his film and really he basically has me agreeing with him most of the time, because his films are done so well. With the exception of Land of the Dead. Still a good film to me, but the message was a little more in your face. Diary was a good concept, very poorly executed. Anyway, this is hijacking a thread that is about an entirely different film, so enough of that!!
walmart is selling the theatrical cut only
Yikes! This film was terrible. Lots of nudity and I like the "golf balls" gag, but it was a just a big empty mess. Really boring and not funny most of the time.
And someone really needs to name a stripclub, GRINDHOUSE. :lol: