In 1990s Los Angeles, danger lurks around the corner after a freak accident leaves an undercover cop with supernatural abilities while also unleashing a horror that he must destroy before it destroys everything.
|Cheryl M. Lynn||Sergeant Coolahan|
|David Carter||Cop #2|
|Tim Dax||Demon in Heaven|
|Charles Dierkop||Bank Robber|
|Jon Greene||Detective Lieutenant Jones|
|Mike Nyman||Bank Robber Driver|
|Bonnie Paul||Social Worker|
|Dan Sal Knight||Cop #1|
|Kim Waltrip||Pregnant Bank Victim|
|Tony Hannagan||Officer Bonfiglio|
|Purchased||Dec 12, 2018 at YTS|
|Seen||Dec 13, 2018 at home|
|Added Date||Dec 12, 2018 21:24:29|
|Modified Date||Dec 13, 2018 22:03:38|
My quick rating - 1,4/10. Oh my, what did I just watch. I know this movie was trying really hard to be funny, seem like a grindhouse, clone "Lethal Weapon" and a bunch of other things but none of them happened. The camera work leaves you dizzy, first problem. The actors are absolutely horrible. I seriously think the writers gave a crayon to a 5 year old and had him/ner write the plot, and then made it adult adding swear words. The editing was about as crisp as when I used to have to repair VHS tapes that had snapped when I worked at a video store and spliced the tape back together. Just scene/scene. WOW. The special effects were special all right, and not in the uplifting type way, more the way that you really can't believe these are effects at all. My brain hurts just trying to realize all the flaws in this movie without subjecting myself to think about it. I get what they wanted to do, but if you are going to be purposely bad, at least do it with ANY sense of humor.