Ever wondered what Lost would be like if it had a lower budget, was a movie instead of a TV series, and was way more focused on the collapse of the entire constructs of heaven and hell? This movie, I mean why else would we bring it up?
We would say this is clearly cashing in on the American Psycho name, but that implies that this movie made any money.
We always thought that touching an alien is a good way to get chlamydia, innit, bruv.
Welcome to our first, and possibly only, installment of Movies Troy Saw on an Airplane, where we watch a movie that Troy saw while flying on an airplane.
We wrap up on the original Evil Dead trilogy this week. It's the least horror movie of the bunch but what it lacks in horror it makes up for in stop motion skeletons and Ash quips.
This movie features a person in a burlap sack eating vomit from a dog bowl, as well as some sort of Audition.
Just when you were starting to feel somewhat less unnerved by the prospect of illegal underground body modification surgery, this movie pull out all the stops and enters the terrifying world of going to a strip club to get some shrimp. If that isn't scary, you haven't been to enough strip clubs.
This week we struggle to stay focused and helplessly watch the entire episode spiral out of control. This is what happens when Troy isn't around to save us from ourselves.