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3. 2 G's & A Key
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5. Makin' Baby
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6. Vatos
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8. Tail Sting
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11. Makin' Baby

1. Hood Angels
Director: Paul Wynne
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2. Alien 51
Director: Paul Wynne, Brennon Jones
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Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars must see indi horror
Alien 51, despite its under funded budget and avoidable creature, is a great piece of side show amusement. it has good looking girls, a killer screenplay and plenty more to keep your urges satisfied. check it out...

1-0 out of 5 stars Alien 51
This is so bad... cars driving in the desert, a circus tent and desert is the backdrop for nothing. The budget must have been $10, and that should include Heidi Fleiss's salary. Don't even think of wasting your time on this one, run away while you can ... Read more


3. 2 G's & A Key
Director: Paul Wynne
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Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars ANOTHER GANGSTA MOVIE, BUT IT IS PRETTY GOOD
AFTER SPENDING 3 YEARS IN PRISON, AN EX-CON TRYS TO GIVE A DRUG DEALER SOME MONEY THAT HE OWES HIM. BUT INSTEAD, THE DEALER WANTS TO KILL HIM. THE ACTING WASN'T ALL THAT GREAT, BUT THE MOVIE'S ACTUALLY OK. THIS IS PROBABLY ONE OF THE BEST GANGSTA MOVIES TO HAVE COME OUT IN THE PAST 5 YEARS. IT'S WORTH RENTING.

4-0 out of 5 stars Lovable yet very exciting
This movie is probably the most original movie I've ever seen. I know there're morre like it, but they're not quite the same. The only reason I didn't give it five stars was because of the way it was filmed. Don't get me wrong, the filming is great,but the camera didn't seem right. ... Read more


4. El Chupacabra
Director: Brennon Jones, Paul Wynne
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Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Not quite a z-movie
El Chupacabra is by far, the worst movie I have seen in the last few years. Imagine a horror film where the "monster" looks like a retarded chimp that's been punched in the face a few too many times, and has fallen into a vat of green dye. In spite of the fact that it's less than 3 feet tall and moves like it's doing the potty dance in slow motion, it manages to kill several stupid humans that aren't smart enough to just kick it like a football and beat it with a stick. Sadly, the monster being on-screen is the highlight of this movie, as the acting is horrible. I rented this movie expecting a really bad, d-movie, and it exceeded my expectations by far.

1-0 out of 5 stars Snotty film student weighs in...
Great effort for a movie with a budget smaller than Blair Witch - I hope. The camera shaking added to tension - good call on the part of the Director. Very creative shots. Cameraman needs V8. (...) Don't let your sibling watch, they'll be too afraid to take out the trash. (...)

1-0 out of 5 stars Save your money....
Unless you can pick this up in a closeout bin, and even then just save your money....

4-0 out of 5 stars this film rocks
this movie rocks! it looks cool, the writing is fast and funny and scary. the guys who directed this are definitely here for good. I can't wait to see their next movie.

3-0 out of 5 stars bobs review
the video had some good footage of a chase and you learn a lot more about the chupacabra from this video. ... Read more


5. Makin' Baby
Director: Paul Wynne
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Sales Rank: 44709
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars a cinematic masterpiece
This heartwrenching tale of greed, lust, and envy in the 'bling bling' life calls many fundamental ideas of humanity into question. The film provides valuable social commentary in its stunningly candid dissection of marriage in today's ever-changing world. Rapper-turned-thespian Mystikal's riveting performance as Skinny Jones brought many, including this reviewer, to tears.

Make it your business to see "Makin' Baby" today. ... Read more


6. Vatos
Director: Paul Wynne
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7. Hood Angels
Director: Paul Wynne
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8. Tail Sting
Director: Paul Wynne
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Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars PROBABLY THE WORST MOVIE YOU'LL EVER SEE OR NOT SEE
TAIL STING is without a doubt the worst movie I've ever viewed. Even though it had me laughing several times, it is still an abominable excuse for film-making. The actors (?) are all bad---Christian Scott as the James Brolin clone and Laura Putney as the heroes are hilariously awful. Putney pops her eyes a lot, and tilts her head in a supposedly sexy manner; her outfit when she becomes the Sigourney Weaver of awful movies, has got to be seen to be believed. The plane must be huge to allow such a large queen scorpion ramble around. The fight scenes look kindergartenish (although a good fight by a couple of 3 year olds could outclass these!). The special effects are laughably horrid; the computer geeks are unbelievably bad...the director loves zeroing in on their flying fingers, although you can tell they're not really typing anything; the camera never even pans to show you what they're finding. The plane lands in LAX, and there's not another plane or soul around...anyone who's been to LAX knows this could never happen.
I'm a creature feature fan, but this one isn't even worth viewing for a laugh. Awful, awful waste of celluloid and time. No redeeming qualities at all!!!!
And what's worse is it looks like many of the actors voices were dubbed!!!!!
AVOID AT ALL COSTS.

1-0 out of 5 stars It SUCKS!!!!!
This movie sucked hard! One of the worst movie in the whole freakin world! I wrather give up a billon dollars then see this movie again.

3-0 out of 5 stars Fresh Hot Turkey
In one of the special features, we here the director talk about what is needed to make a successful creature feature. You need a really good script, you need to screen test the creatures, you need really good characters, etc. Apparently he learned all of this AFTER making this film.

Genetically mutated scorpions are released on an overseas airliner. They almost immediately turn into giants. They then proceed to crawl about all of the secret passageways (huh?) including the ones in the ceiling. I don't know how a 15-foot scorpion made it into the cockpit without anyone noticing, but that was only one of the bits of silliness.

The plane changes models in the film and has a cargo bay the size of a small warehouse (and anyone can get into it). There are only about twenty passengers, most of them laughable cliches. The scientists refer to the scorpions as insects (yeah, right) and the scorps even have a queen.

Really bad acting, bad sets (one of a cabin with enough open floor space to hold a dance party), and worse monsters make you think the film should have arisen from the days of black and white B-movies. But its modern!

This movie is bad, but the over-the-top characters actually make it kind of fun. A good film for when you want a little turkey.

2-0 out of 5 stars Turkey of the Year 2001!
I read about this on a bad movies website, and it seems there has been a resurgence of killer-creature flix. The story was an interesting idea, geneticall-modified scorpions causing havoc on an airliner, but when the creatures became GIANT RUBBER ONES, I was in hysterics. The SFX here could have been done better by a two-year old. Continuity gaffes galore - Melbourne in New South Wales, Australia(???), the plane was a 737 on takeoff but became a Tristar in mid-flight(with the interiors of a 747 and a larger cargo hold which the passengers had easy access to. There was even a subplot of two asylum seekers who became the heroes of the day saving the airliner and a chance to make utterly racist jokes at their expense; the girl who messed up the team's chance to be world champions making good, a mad scientist out for profit from the GM scorpions and basically I did not care a jot who lived or died. The script is right out of a bad Nu Image killer-animal production or a grade Z 1950s SF flick; and this ranks as one of the worst airplane movies since HORROR AT 37000 FEET(1972). However, if awful movies are your thing for a right good laugh, this may be for you. I can safely say it is at least funny, perhaps funnier than many so called comedies released in the same year;

1-0 out of 5 stars Tail sting is a big rip- off worse than bloody murder!
Have you ever heard of the saying never judge a book by its cover? Well I sure judged TAIL STING by its cover, the movie looks good on the cover, but bad when watching it! A bunch of people go on some flight (hmmmm just like stephen king's the langoilers!) Where some scorpions get into, people spill some .... all over the floor and the scorpions get bigger, all of this movie was computerized, the scorpions don't look like scorpions, so I give you all these reasons to not rent, no, to even stare at the cover of "Tail Sting" ... Read more


9. Barrio Wars
Director: Paul Wynne
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Sales Rank: 51814
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Low-budget odd film with deceptive marketing
You would think with a name like "Barrio Wars" that this movie would be gang-specific and -heavy like "Colors" or something. Instead, this is a romantic tragedy. The "wars" refers to this movie's "Romeo & Juliet"-influenced fights between the Capulets and Montagues. Just as "The Street King" borrows from "Richard III," for some reason, directors think Latinos are a good vehicle for re-interpreting Shakespeare.
Under the Shakespearean influence, the lovers fall in love instantaneously. The dialogue is wondering and erratic. And lots of people kills themselves before it is all over.
The angry Latino man on the cover is not the lead. But yes, he is always seen in the open-chested flannel shirt even though days pass as his character appears and re-appears.
This movie has plot lines that make no sense. The actors have terrible timing with their line delivery. Oftentimes, you cannot hear the speaking over the background music.
For a low-budget feature, surprisingly, this movie has a quite suggestive love scene. (Of course, it's heteropatriarchal in that the woman is seen nude, but the man is not.) In one part, a father dismisses his son because he believes the son caused the daughter's suicide. When you compare this to a similar scene in "Boyz N the Hood" from ten years ago, you will laugh and laugh. In addition, the female lead and her female best friend have a lesboerotic dynamic that was capricious and solely meant for hetero male viewers' titillation.
A rapper known as Chino XL plays a supporting role where he is the tough-loving mentor of the rival "gang" members. He is beautiful; he totally could give the Rock a run for his money. It is a shame you never see this guy with no shirt on. I mean, if LL Cool J is always flexing his torso muscles when on camera, so should Chino XL! I hope he has the chance to do more roles.
But hey, at least actors of color are getting roles, experience, and exposure.

Finally, I am a big believer that DVDs, especially ones featuring Latino actors, should have Spanish subtitles. This movie did, but it never mentions that on the cover. I think many Latinos who would have rented it if they knew the film was translated will miss out due to this error. York Entertainment should not make that slip again. ... Read more


10. Destination Vegas
Director: Paul Wynne
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Sales Rank: 46877
Average Customer Review: 1.67 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars As bad as it looks
I've got to at least take a look at any movie about Las Vegas, but this had all the warning signs of being bad from the get go. You've got a lady on the box holding a shotgun across the back of her neck. She's wearing a red business suit (funny, but it's blue in the movie), which is slit all the way up to the hip. There's a Brad-Pitt look-alike also inset on the poster. So it makes no bones about what kind of movie it is, and I should have been warned.

It's as bad as it looks. The lady is a lawyer, and is on the run because the two dumbest hit men in the world seem to be following her through the California and Nevada desert. Seems she's a lawyer, which of course explains why her business suit is cut so high. She becomes aware of some information about some South American deforestation, and this makes her the target of a hit so the nasty deal can go through.

Along the way, she picks up, first as a hostage, then as a partner, someone the production team needs to look exactly like Brad Pitt from "Kalifornia". Their adventures result in not only multiple shootouts, but more and more of that blue business suit getting shredded. Every time she is running, which is a lot, something gets unfastened, in a very calculated manner, as it never gets unfastened as much as we'd like to see it. The Pitt clone notices this, and even though they are running for their lives, there is still time for a quick boink. We see what is probably a stunt breast, as it and her face are never in the same shot. But hey, if they can do this with Julia Roberts, why not this movie?

One more quick note on authentication. The desert roads around Nevada are certainly the real thing, although I have no idea where they got the "Star Wars" sand dunes at the beginning. But when our heroes finally get to Vegas, they try make it seem as if they are driving down Fremont Street, the heart of downtown. The movie was made in 2000, and Fremont Street has been closed to traffic for years now. It's that kind of movie.

1-0 out of 5 stars Destination? My Garbage!
Hmmm...I'm at a bit of a loss for words at the moment. The first thing I would like to say is that this is the first movie ever to cause me to experience severe chest pains. (Yes...I AM being serious and I'm not saying that simply for the sake of attempting humor.)

This movie is so idiotic, my first recommendation would be for you to never, ever view it. With that said, if you must torture yourself, I would recommend that you remove from the room anything which might be thrown at your TV screen in a bout of frustration.

"Destination Vegas" is about a female attorney whose car breaks down in the middle of nowhere (as if anyone's car ever breaks down anywhere else in a movie.) Anyway, she gets picked up by a creepy guy in a pickup truck. He has a magic shotgun inside the cab of his vehicle. Well, the attorney grabs the magic shotgun and makes the guy stop the truck and get out. Blah blah blah...yada yada yada.

Let's get to the "good" stuff. A couple of hitmen are on the trail of the attorney and try and try and try to kill her. She tries and tries and tries to kill them with her magic shotgun. OK...why do I keep calling it a "magic" shotgun? Because at no time during the film does it ever run out of shells even though it is never reloaded. Also, it can never, ever hit any target no matter how close it is. Even a ... like me could do some damage with a shotgun pointed at a car only ten feet behind me. Somehow, the hapless attorney fires off a dozen or so shots without hitting a darn thing.

The movie seems to drag on forever...and ever...and ever. Almost the entire film takes place on some obscure road which goes from southern California to Las Vegas. The only people who travel this road are people who are closely connected to the story. If you're looking for some exciting action once the attorney gets to Vegas, you are going to be severely disappointed. Only the last five or so minutes actually takes place in Vegas. They show a few fleeting glimpses of downtown Vegas and that's it.

Why are there hitmen after the attorney? Who cares! Why was this movie ever made? Who knows?!! Please...just stay away! You'll thank me for it!

3-0 out of 5 stars destanation losersville
no,it wasn't that bad this was just a ok movie but Sommerfield is surprisingly great ... Read more


11. Makin' Baby
Director: Paul Wynne
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Asin: B0000714F6
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Sales Rank: 57314
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars a cinematic masterpiece
This heartwrenching tale of greed, lust, and envy in the 'bling bling' life calls many fundamental ideas of humanity into question. The film provides valuable social commentary in its stunningly candid dissection of marriage in today's ever-changing world. Rapper-turned-thespian Mystikal's riveting performance as Skinny Jones brought many, including this reviewer, to tears.

Make it your business to see "Makin' Baby" today. ... Read more


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