Bachelor Party in the Bungalow of the Damned
The story focuses on a group of thirtysomething guys who head up to the Hamptons to a buddy's bungalow to throw a bachelor party for another friend. Once there, a group of middle-aged, overweight hookers (who look nothing, NOTHING like the girl on the cover. . . not even a little bit!) stop by randomly and give the boys a show. Unfortunately, they're possessed by some type of evil/demonic force and they started to kill the guys off (mostly during sex) one by one.
- Stars:Joseph Riker, Trina Analee, Gregg Aaron Greenberg, Joe Testa, Rebecca Hodges, Sean Parker, Gelu Dan Rusu, Lloyd Kaufman, Nathan Faudree, Sam, Mark Williams, Zoe Hunter, Monique Dupree, Kaitlyn Gutkes,
- Director:Brian Thomson,
- Writer:Brian Thomson (screenplay)
Sammy holds a wild anything-goes bachelor party for his best friend Chuck at a bungalow in the Hamptons. Things go horribly awry when the three exotic dancers hired to provide entertainment... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bachelor Party in the Bungalow of the Damned torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: The description "it's always a good day for a funeral" is pretty contrived but it's true enough that the boys take advantage of skipping school to pretend to be more worldly than they are. It's a more modern coming of age story but still is the same basic story. Kids act like they are tough and mature but find themselves in over their heads and get a reality check when they get put in their place. I agree with what others said about you seeing interesting plot lines start but never followed through with it, especially with the former alter boy getting in trouble with the drug dealers. So the point of that is we are supposed to guess that is where the boys lives are headed...there was a line in there somewhere about choosing who you want to be in life. The biggest element of suspense was guessing who was going to get shot because you totally see it coming the first time they see the gun in the trunk. I actually hoped it would be one of the main two characters and admitting that oddly enough doesn't make me feel guilty.
(it) wrote: Raw love, affection, and romance is thriving in "The Swell Season." While familiarity with the content helps the film progress, it is hard not to appreciate the lyrics and melody that is introduced with each song.
(au) wrote: Tupac was a great actor but this movie was just decent.
(gb) wrote: An older woman (Joan Crawford) / younger man (Cliff Robertson) love story that is pretty edgy for a 1956 film. Crawford and Robertson do a good job portraying the fateful lovers whose relationship is tested by Robertson mental stability stemming from an insidious couple; his ex and his father.
(jp) wrote: Extremely pleasant. Super sweet and funny.
(us) wrote: Gave it another look around Halloween on Blu-ray from Arrow UK, and I can say that it still holds up really well as a fever dream of nightmarish imagery and looks really great on their new Blu.This is highly recommended for the gorehounds, though others may be slightly put off by it all.