Monday, August 30, 2010

Classic Horror Movie Tees!!!

Glow-in-the-Dark Re-Animator Tees!!! How totally sweet is that?! As many of you will remember, Re-Animator topped my list of Top 10 Favorite Horror Movies. I couldn't resist snatching me up one of these up, priced at $24.99, over at Creepy-Tees. (They even have S-3XL for big motherfuckers like me!!!)

They've also got Friday the 13th Limited Edition T-shirts for $19.99

Yeah, that's a Chopping Mall T-shirt for $15.99!!! You know you gotta buy a T-shirt to support the guys that makes Chopping Mall shirts.... that's just fuckin awesome. There's more too!!! Go give their site a peek over at:

Saturday, August 28, 2010

UFC 118

Alright, who saw UFC 118? Discuss.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Machete Red Band Clip

Check out the new Red Band clip courtesy of the boys over at FEARnet, definitely worth a look. I will definitely be watching this movie when it comes out.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Piranha 3D (2010)

Piranha 3D (USA, 2010) - Color/3D, Director(s): Alexandre Aja
MPAA Rating: R
Approx. 89 min.

Z-rating: 10 out of 10 stars for adult humor, graphic violence, and strong sexual content.

This is the best movie of the summer!! Anyone who is into summer hit horror movies, go out and shell out the cash to see this movie in 3D right fuckin NOW!!! If you're looking for a fun, gory horror movie with plenty of sexy and beautiful young kids being torn to shreds, all with a hearty helping of T&A.... then this is the movie you all have been waiting for.

Plot: An earthquake opens a connecting passageway to an underground primordial lake, releasing thousands of hungry prehistoric piranha into the waters of Lake Victoria above. Meanwhile on the surface, it's Spring Break and hundreds of kids are in town to party!!! Can the local sheriff's department get to the kids before all hell breaks loose?

Director Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes, High Tension) is at the helm of this bloody 3D reboot of the original late 70's comedy/horror that parodied Jaws and similarly themed B-grade creature features. When I heard that Aja was involved in this remake, I knew that there was going to be something special about this movie. Aja is a member of the infamous Splat Pack, (a play on the famous group, the Rat Pack) a band of filmmakers, who usually work with lower budgets, that regularly clash with the MPAA over the ultra-violent content in their films. When I saw that Ving Rhames and Christopher Lloyd were also in the movie, as well as the promise young and sexy teenagers on Spring Break, I just knew that I had to see this bad boy. (Eli Roth also has a cameo spraying girls down in the wet T-shirt contest) This movie might have even managed to dethrone My Bloody Valentine 3D as my favorite 3D horror movie of all time. Although My Bloody Valentine was my first ever RealD movie, so I'm sure I was just impressed by the new 3D. This movie isn't as serious as My Bloody Valentine, this was a much more fun and satisfying movie. We all go to the theaters and pay our hard earned dollars (or what have you) so we can sit back and be entertained for a couple hours. If you're looking for a movie that's fun, bloody, and filled with plenty of nudity.... this provides all of that, in 3D!!!

These guys know how to make a movie that's worth the ticket price!

Nudity: 5 out of 5 for nudity in this one. There isn't any explicit sexual content, but there are plenty of boobs and ass shots. There's even an underwater scene where two porn stars swim around each other... fully nude. While lacking in any explicit content, the fact that this nudity is in 3D... makes it the best I've seen.

Gore: There was plenty of blood and graphic content to earn this bad boy a 4.5 out of 5 for the gore factor. Even though the scenes where people are being swarmed under water are a little difficult to make out any details of the piranha attacks but most of the graphic violence is in seeing the results of when people are pulled outta the water.

Awesome: Definitely. Totally nude, synchronized swimming. (3D boobies!!!) Delightfully crude humor. (guy's dicks getting bitten off) Crazy awesome gore. (Not so awesome CGI piranhas, but forgivable in this case because how awesome the movie is overall) All around good time.

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Name That Quote!!!

I'm curious to see what the people that frequent this blog really knows about movies, so we're gonna play a new game to see how well you guys know your movies. First of of my movie trivia games will be "Name That Quote"

This should be an relatively easy one, the first quote of this game will be...

"Ray, when someone asks you if you're a god, you say 'YES'!"

Ip Man 2 on sale

Over at HKflix, they've got Ip Man 2 on sale for $8.26 but I think I can get it for $5 if anyone wants it.

Monday, August 16, 2010


Anyone that saw Grindhouse, or owns the Planet Terror DVD, will remember the super awesome "fake" trailer for Machete. For those who totally missed out, Machete is about a Mexican day laborer who turns out to be a Federale who is out for revenge after being set up. Rumor had it that Robert Rodriguez had shot so much footage for the trailer that he had enough to turn it into a full length feature. That was wayyy back in 2007, I hadn't heard any news about it so I'd pretty much forgotten about it... until I happened by the movie poster. Where the hell have I been?! This film is set for a release date of September 3, 2010.

(skip ahead to 1:35 in the video to get to trailer)

Holy CRAP!!! Danny Trejo vs. Steven Segal? Super hot ladies like Michelle Rodriguez and Jessica Alba?? As if that weren't enough, you top it off with Robert De Niro and Cheech Marin?! I know what I'll be doing Labor Day weekend. (Har har, I see what they did there.)

[The Red Band Trailer for Machete courtesy of IGN]

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Jackass 3D!!!

They're making a new Jackass movie... in 3D!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Alright, who's comin' with?!?

How sweet is that? I fuckin GOTTA see this shit... sounds like an all around good time at the theaters.

The Expendables (2010)

The Expendables (USA, 2010) - Color, Director(s): Sylvester Stallone
MPAA Rating: R
Approx. 103 min.

Z-rating: 8 out of 10 stars

First off, let me say that this movie instantly gets mad respect for bringing together such an unbelievable cast of pure muscle and masculinity. To see all of these guys on screen at the same time is enough to give anyone a man-gasm. (No homo) The best way I've heard it put is that this action epic stars an ensemble cast of the only men you're allowed to love. Just like The Forbidden Kingdom was every Kung Fu fanboy's wet dream, this is every kid that grew up idolizing action hero's fantasy come to life!!!

The story is about a band of highly skilled, muscle-bound mercenaries who call themselves the "Expendables". One of them goes bad and is cut from the team. The rest of the team is hired to assassinate the dictator of some island off South America but after scoping out the place, they gather enough intel to figure that the CIA was trying to set them up. Deciding that they want out, they're eventually betrayed by their ex-team member. Stallone gets a pang of conscience after leaving a woman behind. (What else could possibly tame this band of beasts? Why, pussy...of course!) The rest... is practically irrelevant... once the shooting starts. There are enough violent shootings, stabbings, and explosions to quench anyone's thirst for action. Stallone even hashes his differences out with his ex-teammate eventually... with a pistol. This is the movie that all these guys were born to star in.

At its core is a story about friendship, camaraderie, and brotherhood. Just being able to see all these guys doing what they do best was totally worth the ticket price alone. I gotta give mad propz to Sly for writing, directing, and starring in this awesome homage to action movies of yesteryear. Who else could've brought together so much star power?? (emphasis on the word power) Much like Forbidden Kingdom though, this movie also came about two decades too late. While I do give the guy all the credit in the world for pulling off what he did, I kinda feel like he should've gotten a real writer to write it. Not to take anything away from Mr. Stallone, he's good at what he does... no doubt. I just feel that despite all the anticipation and excitement I had for this movie, I had more fun watching The A-Team. I give this movie all the respect in the world and I will definitely need to own a copy for my collection when it comes out on DVD. The stars were there, the action was there, all the shooting and blowing shit up was there... I just feel like the movie could've used more jokes poking fun at the stars in the movie and their legacy. There were a few gags but I just feel like the story could've been more epic for the amount of talent driving this movie. I think they definitely could've also used more gore and OMG! moments or even heartier cans of whoop ass being opened.

All in all, a very enjoyable movie. I hope that this isn't the last of its kind. Keep an eye out for a cameo from the Nogueira brothers!

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Sex & Zen in 3D?!?

I need to get out to Hong Kong man, they're making a new 3D entry to the Sex and Zen series. I own the first in the trilogy. Trying to find the other two. Here's a Swedish behind-the-scenes report on the new movie:

Looks freakin awesome!!!! Real D sex?? That's definitely worth a trip to HK.

Friday, August 13, 2010

The Expendables Opens Today!!!

The Expendables opens in theaters today!!!! Go support this testosterone-fueled, muscle-bound, movie for men. The ensemble cast of action movie headliners is sure to bring back action movies of the past and take it to an all new level. If you're a REAL man, you'll be in a theater tonight... watching this epic film of pure, dripping, manliness. Fuck Eat Pray Love!!!

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

WTF?! Wednesday

Gozu (Japan, 2003) - Color, Director: Takashi Miike
MPAA Rating: R
Approx. 129 min.

Z-rating: 8 out of 10 stars

Wow, what is there to say about this movie? Definitely a little slow to start. The movie starts with a Yakuza meeting at some restaurant. One of the guys gets up and, for no reason at all, goes outside to grab a little chihuahua... and proceeds to smash it on the floor, swing it around by its leash, and throw it against the window of the restaurant. (That's definitely one way to grab the audience's attention!) As bizarre as that may sound, believe me when I tell you that this is probably the most logical and normal part of this movie...

What ensues is, without a doubt, one of the most bizarre films I've ever seen in my life. If you considered my recommendation and saw Visitor Q, you would already have a feel for what kind of movie this is going to be. Some guy goes looking for his brother in this strange town... all I remember from this movie are random scenes of people with cow heads licking other people's faces, Yakuza bosses with shrines of object to shove up their ass, and more lactating ladies in case you didn't get enough in Visitor Q. (This one actually bottles it for people to drink!!) This is one of the weirdest movies I've ever seen, without a doubt.

Why do I recommend this movie? I love Takashi Miike. I love his work. There are some movies that I get and some that I don't. (Ok, who am I kidding... I don't really "get" any of them. I guess I really just mean there are some that I like and some that I don't) This is is great if you have the patience to sit through it. Undoubtedly though, it will have you sitting there repeating, "WTF?!" after the movie's over.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Terrible Tuesday

Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (Italy, 1981) - Color, Director: Andrea Bianchi
[aka "Le notti del terrore"]
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Approx. 85 min.

Z-rating: 5 out of 10 stars

For today's daily recommended movie, we have an exploitation entry into the zombie genre. This has all the makings of a typical cult classic. The nudity is gratuitous to compensate for the lack of acting ability and the gore and violence goes for shock value in lieu of a decent storyline. What gets me about this movie is the kind of zombies that are shown here. Usually, slow-moving zombies are relatively mindless and easy to run past.... they just get the numbers advantage and overwhelm you. Almost all zombies are pretty brainless too, so you don't usually have to worry much about being outwitted by one. The zombies in this movie though, they're something else.... despite being a bunch of slow-moving rotted corpses, they seem to have impeccable aim as one zombie appears from the bushes and throws a knife that sticks a girl's hand to the wall. The rest seem to be pretty intelligent as well... capable of using tools, such as a scythe, to remove the aforementioned girl's head as she was in a window on the upper floor. These zombies were resourceful enough to trap a girl in her window and then remove her head from the ground floor and have it drop into the crowd of zombies. Low budget make up, total B-grade movie, and absolutely tasteless exploitation filth.... what makes this terrible movie great is the purely shocking violence and story. At one point, a son begins having incestuous feelings toward his own mother and tries to feel her up. After she slaps him and pushes him away, he runs off and gets bitten by a zombie. After she finds him, she's so relieved to see him that she offers him her breast. (Yeah, he's like... 12 or 13 at least) As if all that shit wasn't weird enough, now that the kid's a zombie.... he's bites one of her tits off!! Yeah, pretty crazy stuff. This one's recommended only for hardcore zombie movie fans or die hard Italian exploitation aficionados. 

(Trivia: The little "boy" that bites his mother's tits off is played by a midget.)

Monday, August 9, 2010

Jackie Chan's got talent

Jackie Chan's got talent man... he's literally a "Jack" of all trades...*da dum chish*

Martial Art Monday

Tom Yum Goong (Thailand, 2005) - Color, Director: Prachya Pinkaew
aka "The Protector" - USA
MPAA Rating: R
Approx. 108 min.

Z-rating: 9 out of 10 stars for pure martial arts ass-kicking entertainment

Tony Jaa stars in another ass kicking movie... this time involving the death of his father and the kidnapping of his elephant. Alright... so the story is practically irrelevant in this types of movies. Whether it's an elephant or the head of a statue, we all just wanna see someone get beat down in a flashy manner. There are some amazing urban fight scenes that really demonstrate why, for awhile there at least, Tony was being touted as the next Jackie Chan. As far as hard-hitting, fast-paced, pure kick ass entertainment goes, it really doesn't get much better than this. There's an awesome Capoeira vs. Muay Thai battle when Tony Jaa faces off against Lateef Crowder. This movie also features the infamous staircase fight sequence that was one continuous shot.

Daaaaamn. Who isn't wet?

Sunday, August 8, 2010

Scary Sunday (8/8/10)

The Daily Recommended movie for this week's Scary Sunday will be...

[REC] (Spain, 2007) - Color, Director: Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza
MPAA Rating: R for bloody horror, violence, and language.
Approx. 78 min.

Z-rating: 8 out of 10 stars

This movie begins with the lovely Manuela Velasco playing a charming and spunky young reporter who's doing a story on firefighters and what they do "behind-the-scenes". She gets a tour of the station and we get to see where they eat, sleep, shower and everything. Eventually, the station receives a call and they get to go on a ride-along as the firefighters respond to the call. Upon arriving at the apartment building, the police are already on the scene and some of the concerned tenants are gathering outside of their units. Firefighters, police, and camera crew all go up to check out the situation and we catch our first glimpse of a disturbed elderly woman, covered in bloodstains, making strange groaning sounds. After subduing the old lady, they go back downstairs to find that the building has been deemed "hazardous" and is being quarantined with everyone inside. As you might have guessed by now, this is a zombie movie. Eventually, we got guys in bio-hazard suits coming in and injecting the infected ones with something in an attempt to control the spread of this virus. Failing miserably, the building is soon overrun by zombies and our survivors are left to fend for themselves while trapped in an apartment building.

As this movie plays out, it builds this overwhelming sense of dread as the people are trapped in this building. There's sort of a claustrophobic feeling and an anxious sense of urgency for them to get from one safe room to another. The idea behind and execution of this film was excellent at creating an atmosphere of being trapped, overwhelming dread, and total helplessness. There was a Hollywood remake of this movie by the name of Quarantine, that was pretty much a shot-for-shot remake of the original.... but for some reason... I thought it totally sucked!!! I'm not sure what the American remake was lacking, but it didn't have the same atmosphere and sense of dread that the original had. I also liked the way the mystery behind what was responsible for the outbreak unraveled in the original... it was much creepier than the way they tried to recreate it in the American remake. (and then spoiled it in their trailer!)

T&A Factor: No nudity here guys, although we get a few good angles looking down the lovely Manuela's cleavage.

Gore: Not quite as gory as other zombie movies either. No up-close shots of people's throats getting chewed out or intestines spilling from gaping wounds. Any gore is used in moderation.

Awesome: Very. Good and creepy movie, HIGHLY recommended. Skip the remake.

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Sci-Fi Saturday (8/7/10)

The Blob (USA, 1988) - Color, Director: Chuck Russel
MPAA Rating: R
Approx. 95 min.

Z-rating: 8 out of 10 stars

This is one of my favorite alien/creature movies ever. I love that some sloppy, gooey, icky sludge monster just fell from the sky and started eating people. This movie was great because it was actually a lot gorier than I first expected. I thought I was going to see some cheesy blob just spill over onto someone and they were going to disappear inside of it, but instead... we get a complete digestion of some teenager where you get to hear him screaming as he melts away. There's another scene where we get to see some girl's face get sucked inward, like an empty juice carton on the last sip, as if her skull and innards were completely digested from the inside.

Move along, folks. Nothing to see here....

This movie was totally sweet for the amount of gore, violence, and the creepy idea of an unstoppable giant blob chasing after you. (Sorta like a movie about the ooze from Ghostbusters 2... only cooler cause of the gore!!!) We also get to see a young Shawnee Smith long before she became Jigsaw's apprentice in the SAW movie series. Totally awesome 80's goodness about some outer space creature feature? Fuck yeah....

Like some sorta horrible bubble gum accident....

Friday, August 6, 2010

Stephen Chow impersonator

For fans of Stephen Chow, this guy sounds dead on Stephen Chow.

I got a kick out of that. Thanks Kenny.

Foreign Fridays (8/6/10)

After Monday's recommendation of The Prodigal Son, a kung fu movie centered around Wing Chun... today's recommended movie of the day will be:

Ip Man (Hong Kong, 2008) - Color, Director: Wilson Yip
MPAA Rating: R
Approx. 106 min.

Z-rating: 10 out of 10

This dramatic biopic chronicles the life of Yip Man, the famed teacher of Bruce Lee, in Foshan. Set during the period around the Japanese occupation of China, this film begins with Donnie Yen as the skilled martial art master. Being independently wealthy, Ip Man doesn't see the need in opening a school. He is so well known in the kung fu community, however, that anyone looking to open a school will come to challenge him in order to prove their worth. (with some matches taking place behind closed doors)

The eventual occupation by the Japanese sees the wealth and prosperity of Ip Man run dry. Grinding poverty forces many Masters to close down their schools and work the mines in order to buy rice to feed their family. An interesting opportunity presents itself when the Japanese military come looking for some kung fu masters to fight against their Japanese soldiers. The victors receive a bag of rice for each defeated soldier. After losing a few friends to the Japanese, Ip Man snaps and goes apeshit on ten Japanese soldiers. Beautifully lensed fight scenes show the impressive speed of Wing Chun and its vicious brutality when used in battle. (Bruce Lee often accredited Wing Chun for the speed that was fundamental to his teachings) After catching the eyes of the Japanese, he spends the rest of the film trying to avoid confrontation... but is eventually left with no choice but to fight for the pride of his people. Obviously dramatized, but within reasonable limits, this was a very inspirational semi-biographical film filled with SUPER awesome fight scenes. (Fills me with pride to say that I'm Chinese!!!)

Also of interest, Ip Man 2 is now available on region free DVD over at HKflix. The sequel featured a meeting of East and West fighters when an American boxer by the name of "Twister" interrupts a kung fu exhibition and starts knocking out kung fu students. The formula that works so well here seems, as a friend of mine pointed out, reminiscent of Rocky IV and the rivalry between Rocky and Drago. Sammo Hung steps out from behind the camera to play Master Hung of the Hung Ga discipline. (Also, keep an eye out for other "known" kung fu stars) There is a brief rivalry between Donnie and Sammo including an awesome tabletop duel that ends with, as a friend of mine so eloquently put it, "both these niggas just kickflippin' whole pieces of tables." Awesome.

Both these movies are must see movies and are available in a bundled package at HKflix as well:

-Ip Man 2 on DVD - $19.95
-Ip Man 1 & 2 Blu Ray Box Set - $80.95
-Ip Man Movies List

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Thrilling Thursdays (8/5/10)

This Thursday, we're going for a little sex appeal. I'm recommending:

The Forbidden Legend of Sex & Chopsticks (2008) - Ok, nevermind the bald chick on the cover (Ok, she's on more than just the cover.... she's also the main character's eventual love interest) but before you judge this film by its cover, give it a chance and you might be pleasantly surprised.


The first 25 minutes or so, play out sorta like a porno... only with a much better storyline. The movie starts off with some famous sexologist giving his dying wife her last orgasm, complete with energizing acupuncture (to make sure she has enough energy to make it through in her weakened state) was her final request!

as their son is peeking in on them. After the passing of his mother, it's time father begins training his son and pass on all of his findings. He shows his son the private study where all the books, pictures, and sexual experiments take place. Training for his son's penis included push ups, kung fu, and calligraphy. (Yes, all with his penis!) As his sexual drive begins to build, intensified by the fact that the beautiful daughter of a friend has come to stay, there are plenty more steamy sex scenes and bountiful skin to follow. (as is to be expected from a Cat III film)

After a very entertaining first half hour, the film begins to break away from this very successful formula of a sexually oriented comedy with heaping helpings of T&A. If you have enough patience to just sit down and follow this movie, you might be surprised to find that this interesting little CAT III film is more than just smut passing for cinema... there actually might be a heartfelt tale of love and romance buried under boatloads of titties. Although, if anyone does sit through it and finds anything like that... you HAVE to post it in the comments, as I have yet to make it all the way through this film. =P

That first half hour is just so awesome that once the storyline kicks in, it's hard not to just rewind when you start to stray from the T&A!!! Highly recommended for the smut value, there's so much delicious flesh in the beginning that it's just mesmerizing...

I approve!

(Note: The last picture is kind of a magic eye thing, if you look really hard at the screen... the face of a pervert will appear. Results may vary depending on lighting and how reflective your monitor is)

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

WTF?! Wednesdays (8/4/10)

If you wanna walk WTF movies... let's talk about

Deadgirl (2008) - This is one intense zombie movie. So two young boys are cutting class and happen into an abandoned insane asylum. There they find a girl chained up to a bed. Every time they get close to her, she tries to bite them. So what do two young, horny boys do? They punch her in the face and have their way with her, realizing this was their chance to get laid. One of them even likes her so much that he actually moves in. (Yeah, into the insane asylum!!!) Somewhere along the line, they realize that she cant die and eventually end up pimpin' her out to other horny schoolmates looking for a quick lay. This was one of the most bizarre movies I've ever seen and definitely made me say WTF?! on more than a few occasions.

Oh, no worries... she's sealed for freshness!

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

90 kills in 90 minutes

Fan of splatter horror rejoice!!! According to this article on, the next project in line for the director behind Saw II - IV is going to be a gorefest with a rising body count... in 3D!!!!! Simply named "Ninety" the movie's just a script for now but they're planning to do this and do it hard. They're already thinking about the unrated DVD release of this movie. This might give My Bloody Valentine 3D a run for its money as my favorite 3D horror. Be honest with yourselves, who didn't get a little wood reading the article?

Terrible Tuesday (8/3/10)

I personally found this movie fuckin hilarious, but I guess it all depends on your taste in humor.

Land of the Lost (2009) - This hilarious comedy, based on a Sci-Fi television series from the mid-70’s, is possibly one of the most underrated comedies of the new millennium. I understand that not everyone enjoys Will Ferrell’s brand of humor, I admit that he’s hit or miss with me as well. What Land of the Lost does so well is mix small amounts of Will Farrell’s brand of annoying/stupid humor with the smokin hot body of Anna Friel, Danny McBride’s average joe character, and the best nerdy dialogue ever. I love how cheesy and totally corny this movie is. A total throwback to the original series, this is one of my guilty pleasures. This movie did poorly in box offices, though I cant imagine what else people were expecting.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Martial Art Monday (8/2/10)

This week I'm gonna go old school and recommend:

The Prodigal Son (1981) - Yuen Biao is one of most underrated actors ever. Overshadowed by his brothers of the opera troupe, Biao always played minor roles alongside childhood companions Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung. Despite being the most acrobatic star to come out of the famous troupe, had little success as a solo act. Yuen Biao is one of my favorite Kung Fu actors of all time, although much of the spotlight is shared with others such as Sammo Hung and Lam Ching Ying. (The Taoist Master Priest from the movie Mr. Vampire on my Top 10 Favorite Horrors list)

I think the spotlight was stolen by this man
 Lam Ching Ying shows off some martial art skills in this movie and Frankie Chan as the villain was second to none. The epic match between these two, ultimately leading to a bloody showdown between Yuen Biao and Frankie, makes this one of my favorite Kung Fu flicks. This movie is one of the faster paced martial arts movies (compared to the older, slow fighting kung fu movies) and showcases Wing Chun, the style that Bruce Lee first learned and accredits for his speed.

The man himself

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Scary Sundays

Being a horror movie fanatic, I had to dedicate one day to my all-time favorite genre. Scary Sundays will be a day for horror movies and talk about anything creepy, unsettling, or just plain terrifying.

Bunshinsaba (2004) - This South Korean Horror is the creepiest "long hair girl" film I've seen. We jump into the action almost immediately as the movie begins in a classroom with a group of kids trying to summon a ghost. One of the girls in this movie has the biggest eyes I've ever seen. Known here in the States as "Witch Board", this creepy supernatural film had a brief run on FEARnet at one point. I liked this movie more than either The Ring or The Grudge. (This movie was actually creepy!!!) The actresses alone are worth the rental.... no nudity here though guys, sorry to disappoint.