When Sid's friend goes missing, he and new girl Sarah investigate disappearances in their tower block. Uncovering the secret of a vengeful ghost possessing a horde of zombies, they must fight for their lives - and their souls.
Trash is a coming of age drama set amongst the poverty stricken trailer parks of the deep South. In a spiraling tale of hatred, love and loyalty, two teenage friends realize that the only ... See full summary »
Mark Anthony Galluzzo
Eric Michael Cole,
A hot young phone sex addict and his narcissistic opera diva mom. A dangerously agitated hustler and a half-dozen dangerously agitated hustlers who look just like him. A tittering neurotic ... See full summary »
Custom chopper builder and punk rocker Kutty Noteboom builds his working man's chopper from the ground up with the help of good friend Rico and the rest of his biker brothers in this ... See full summary »
Jason Mewes was on probation during filming and did not actually smoke marijuana. Reno Wilson, on the other hand, actually smoked cannabis during one scene, and found it difficult to act while stoned, later saying he would never do this again. This film was Mewes' last production before he went into rehab for drug addiction, and subsequently director Mark Anthony Galluzzo was interviewed for a reality TV show about Mewes' rehabilitation. See more »
When Jordan climbs the ladder to the roof, closeups show her wearing flat/sneaker type shoes. Before and after, she is wearing boots with large square heels. This can be seen both times she climbs up to the roof. See more »
I'm a modern-day alchemist, baby. Ain't nothing gonna bring me down.
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In the original version, there was a whole sub plot about Hal Evans (Glenn Quinn) also being a serial killer and there being a whole rivalry between Hal and Nick but test audiences found this too confusing and all the scenes were subsequently removed but can be found on the DVD. This information gives more significance to the final shot at the end of the credits. See more »
R.S.V.P. compares itself to Alfred Hitchcock's "Rope" and Agatha Christie's "Ten Little Indians". I have never seen either, but I know of both of them and I would guess that R.S.V.P. could stand along side as a good thriller. I believed this movie would have been a mystery and it toys with that idea until the first murder occurs. There is no attempt to conceal the killer's identity but only to show the masterful ways he conceals the murder victims. The ending is close to being predictable. The movie hints at little things which will be unearthed sooner or later.
Nick Collier (Rick Otto) is the main character here and he is throwing a party for his best friend, Jimmy Franklin (Lucas Babin), who is leaving town. All of their best friends are invited and soon, after Jimmy fails to show up, begin wondering where he could be, assuming he is getting blitzed or at a local strip club or something.
Jason Mewes plays Terry, a stoner. Terry is really just a rehashed Jay from Kevin Smith's movies set in another environment. Strange, I'm still not tired of it, yet.
The beautiful Brandi Andres is the lead female character, Jordan. I thought her performance was quite good, better than most that are usually cast in this type of movie and I was semi-impressed. Also, worthy of a mention is Nora Zehetner, who had a small part as Leigh Franklin. Something about her screen presence caught my eye, similar to Natalie Portman in "Closer", although she does not stick around too long and is not nearly as sexual.
This is a good movie to see if you are roaming through your local video rental store and can not seem to make up your mind and have seen all the newest blockbusters. I was not disappointed. 7/10
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