Set in 1965, four rowdy teenage guys travel to Tijuana, Mexico for a night of partying when they are joined by a heartbroken housewife who is in town seeking a quick divorce. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Set in 1965, four Los Angeles school friends -- Woody, Dave, Spider and Wendell -- go on a series of misadventures when they head to Tijuana, Mexico, for a night of cruisin', causing trouble, and to lose their virginity.
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Drew R (fr) wrote: Good story, nothing extraordinary.
Ben H (jp) wrote: This ain't your average exorcism!
Barry E (it) wrote: Not a bad idea at all and not badly executed but could easily be improved upon
Kathryn N (de) wrote: I remember when this came on PBS years ago. I watched it over and over. So interesting!
Larry S (ca) wrote: i really relate to this film, made in alabama by an alabama native, great movie!!
Sean S (ru) wrote: Supposedly based on the true story about the serial killer Richard Ramirez. In the tradition of all the other low budget serial killer movies (Dahmer, Bundy, Ed Gein etc.) this one sucked piles. Bad acting, booooring story(could have been good) and extremely annoying camera work. Also, some scenes the camera just follows the victim for 5 to 10 minutes walking around looking for the noise they heard in the house......sigh. Avoid. Save your money.
Cedric L (us) wrote: Fun haunted house movie that is not a horror but not short of creepiness.
Jeremy N (fr) wrote: A violent giallo with some memorable murder set-pieces.
Nicolas P (br) wrote: The best film of Walter Disney.
John C (gb) wrote: This is a good old B&W kinda funny kinda suspenceful
Christopher B (de) wrote: A quirky, restrained drama with a very dark sense of humor is what the Coen brothers are famous for. For all its cheery characters and seemingly ordinary exterior, there is a distinct heart of darkness and this is a quick, memorable outing for sure. Thanks to Francis McDormand's winning performance, I never thought a pregnant, optimistic cop lady would kick-ass without lifting a finger! Kudos to William H. Macy and Steve "Freaking" Buscemi as well!