Their car breaks down and four friends find themselves stranded at The Lost Oasis, a strange museum run by the friendly Mr. Slausen. Even though they are warned not to, the teens explore a house nearby and learn that it belongs to Davey, Mr. Slausen's insane brother. Davey has a knack for making mannequins. In fact, his house is filled with them. Davey's enthusiasm shows when starts adding the teenagers to his collection.
The film starring Chuck Connors, Jocelyn Jones, Jon Van Ness is directed by David Schmoeller. A team of young guys get serious problems when they must face the owner of the museum who can control dangerous mannequins threatens their survival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tourist Trap torrent reviews
(es) wrote: I've seen parts of this movie
(ru) wrote: Strange, unexpected, warm, beautiful, somehow familiar, and magically scored. In spite of Clarkson's stiff dialogue, it grows on you and somehow fits and adds to the tension of the film; the tension of the old and the new, of old ways and new ways, of the old world and the new world. It says so little, yet speaks so loudly. If a movie were to swoon, it would be Cairo Time.
(es) wrote: Z Channel - A Magnificent Obsession is a pretty damn good documentary about one of the first and possibly the best (from the sound of it if nothing else) cable movie channels ever. Z Channel not only played an incredibly wide selection of great movies that were swept under the rug by studios for what was considered disappointing box office performances, but it also helped institute what we know today as the director's cut. That being said, Z Channel - A Magnificent Obsession is about the channel itself and its founder/programming director, Jerry Harvey. This documentary basically has one of a few things going on at any given time. There's either 1) a clip from any given movie that played on Z's eclectic rotation, 2) an interview with a director whose career was either jump started or saved by Harvey or 3) an interview with one of Harvey's close friends/exes/employees talking about how brilliant and/or fucking insane he was. This documentary also really makes you appreciative and grateful considering most of us wouldn't have heard of the movies we love today, let alone would have been able to see them if not for Harvey's work at Z Channel. This documentary is a must for any serious or even fair weather film buff who can even appreciate something different. Watching this movie also opens an incredibly huge can of worms by adding almost 2 dozen movies to my must-see list. It's like Martin Scorsese's Personal Journey Through American Movies all over again...
(mx) wrote: My frist R rates movie as a kid ...it ws great then ...it ok now
(jp) wrote: Really disappointing - it started out strong in the first act but it devolved into a meandering melodrama with a laugh-out-loud ending, which is not absurd in retrospect - it was stupid in the context of its time. Liz Taylor hated this movie, and I can see why - she even admits that she didn't deserve the Oscar she won for it.
(nl) wrote: Robin Williams, Dustin Hoffman & Julia Roberts are so fun in this movie which always keeps you engaged! It has a great energy about it and is very aesthetically pleasing as well.
(it) wrote: Loved the first, yet to see the second
(kr) wrote: What a fantastic film! I have been a huge fan of John Herzfeld ever since I saw 2 Days in the Valley all the way back in 1997 and I am proud to say that 17 years later, he delivers yet again! A fantastic story about intertwining lives bolstered by fabulous performances by the entire cast (especially Sylvester Stallone), this is one indie film that shouldn't be missed!
(gb) wrote: If you want to see a thought provoking, well developed, animated retelling of the classic Dr Seuss children's book, watch the cartoon from the 70s. If you want to keep your kids occupied for an hour and a half, this movie will do it.