Prison-A-Go-Go! (2003)


Prison-A-Go-Go! (2003)

If you take this movie for what it is worth, it is actually quite fun. It was meant to make fun of the classic 70's prison movies. It does that in spades. This movie isn't meant to be some deep, great blockbuster. If you go into it thinking that, you will get burned. However, if your looking for a mildly amusing, gratuitous nudity filled movie to waste a couple of hours, then this is for you. The acting is quite poor, but thats to be expected out of a no-budget movie. The sound is also atrocious, but that may have just been the copy I was watching. I especially liked the countdown clock that informs viewers of when the next shower scene will take place. The product placement was brilliant. Besides, there just aren't enough movies about mad doctors turning hot women into porcupines. (IMDB  dhufford) V&D





















Lauren Graham

She Demons (1958)


She Demons (1958)

... Fred Maklin and beautiful, but spoiled, Jerrie Turner wash up on an uncharted tropical island. They are soon captured by ex-Nazi Colonel Osler, who also has imprisoned a bevy of beauty contest winners whom he allows to be whipped by his slavering Nazi storm troopers. He has, you see, been extracting some glandular substance from the girls to inject into his wife Mona, who suffered terrible facial disfigurement, in efforts to restore her beauty. Things get worse as the island is used for test bombing by the US Air Force. (IMDB Doug Sederberg)






Victor Sen Yung

Charles Opunui (R)

Irish McCalla

Victor Sen Yung- Fred Maklin - Irish McCalla







The Diane Nellis Dancers









Violet & Daisy (2011)


Violet & Daisy (2011)

Violet & Daisy starts by introducing our two protagonists Daisy (Ronan) and Daisy (Bledel) acting like two normal teenage girls who complete their latest job dressed like nuns. The two teenage assassins take a holiday where they get called in for another job and as they need to money they take it. Russ (Trejo) their handler gives them the details on the target known only as The Guy (Gandolfini). Our two assassins are on the job so they can get the latest dress from their favourite fashion designer Barbie Sunday (Horn). After falling asleep waiting for The Guy he arrives home covers them up and gives them cookies and milk. The girls find themselves in a moral predicament when they get to know someone before having to kill him. The Guy is almost waiting for them to kill him leading the girls to want to know more about his story. Things take a turn when another rival group of assassins are in on the job, who also wants The Guy killed. Violet & Daisy was a surprise to me I kind of went into the film expecting an all guns a blazing action film but I was pleasantly surprised by what I saw. We end up getting a drama about two teenagers who learn the side effects of their jobs while we also get the idea of one man wanting to leave the world before he can make up for everything he did wrong. We get to see how the three people chat and learn to finish the next chapter of their lives before it is too late. We have friendship tested, regret challenged and lies uncovered. All of these things help make this very interesting even though it goes against everything you have ever been taught about assassin's films. (IMDB MoviesReviews101)











"Well we blew the money on rent, again"