Its a basic murder mystery story with a sister trying to find out who murdered her sister. For rest of the episodes, we provide direct link to original creator website. Disgusted, the others discuss banishing Airplane, though Pat demands Airplane be killed for spreading Lavina's infection and causing Bobby's death. Bobby suddenly dies shortly after Yau's return. Not really worth it for the nudity. She talks like a child not old enough to have finished junior high school.
It's set in a strip bar, yet a sermon from my minister couldn't be as holy. She must work fast to find the killer to seek her revenge before she becomes the next target. He seems to be stressed out by some kind of personal hassles of his own behind the scenes in his career. When an exotic dancer is murdered at a seedy strip club, her sister goes undercover to find the killer. Before catching him, they discover Lavina's body, surmising that she was raped before dying of a possibly-contagious illness. The dialog is cleaner than an after-school special or religious drama. It's impossible to single out anyone for worst performance.
Characters actions make no sense because the script tries to make them all out as possible killers, so there's about 8 red hearings wandering around. While working at the club, she quickly realizes that everyone is a suspect and that other dancers are being targeted. It did make me miss the filmmaking genius of Ed Wood. Glu-Stick says Lavina died mysteriously during her rape, but, undeterred by her death, Airplane continued assaulting her. As the minibus enters a tunnel, Fat notices the traffic seemingly disappear, and several other passengers remark upon how quiet the streets have become.
Fred Olen Ray used his own name in this film when he should have stuck with Nicholas Medina. Cast: , , , , , , , , , , , , Director: Country: Release: 31 Dec 2013 Language: English. They meet at a diner to discuss it, where Shun reveals he has performed audio analysis on it. While working at the club, she realizes that everyone is a suspect and she must work fast to find the killer and get revenge. Archived from on 2 April 2015. But it is held back because it appears to have been written by an amnesiac rhino.
While working at the club, she realizes that everyone is a suspect and she must work fast to find the killer and get revenge. Each of the passengers receives a phone call comprising noises and mechanical screeches. The handful of effective scenes were immediately ruined. I didn't see the twist coming, but I wasn't really paying attention. No one understands its significance, though Mook continues to insist on a paranormal interpretation. And not a single line said by the owner, the barman, or the other strippers makes sense. There are all sorts of unnecessary characters in the cast who contribute absolutely nothing to the plot or anything even remotely interesting to the film as a whole.
As they drive toward Tai Mo Shan, a red rain falls on the minibus, and several passengers experience regret at leaving the city. While working at the club, she quickly realizes that everyone is a suspect and that other dancers are being targeted. While Shun disposes of Airplane's body, Airplane suddenly revives. They propose various explanations, though Mook insists destiny has brought them together to experience a paranormal event. As for the nudity, there's a lot of strip scenes. They beg him for help as they melt before him.
Shun argues his attack was the least vicious and offers to help Airplane get revenge on his killers. The university students leave on the first stop, and one immediately becomes ill. I'm still not sure if the acting or the dialogue were worse. It really says something about your acting ability when you are overshadowed by Tawny Kitaen. She must work fast to find the killer to seek her revenge before she becomes the next target. Yau spots another man in a gas mask, and he, Bobby, and Fat chase after the man.
Before leaving, the passengers exchange phone numbers. Yau and Yuki leave together, and as Yuki talks about missing her boyfriend, Yau sees a man in a gas mask, though he keeps this from Yuki. Before returning with the others, Yau receives a phone call from his girlfriend, Yi, in which she claims he has disappeared for six years. Synopsis When an exotic dancer is murdered at a seedy strip club, her sister goes undercover to find the killer. As they board the minibus to go to Tai Mo Shan, the group sees more gas-masked people accompanied by. The top prize should go to Jeneta St.
The strip routines are just ho hum and Catherine Annette is supposed to be a newscaster, not Annette Funicello. Yau swerves to avoid them on his bicycle as he speeds past, and the last remaining student curses him as he dies. Spooked, Yau describes the man in a gas mask, though Yuki claims not to have been with him at the time. Airplane agrees, only to be killed again by Shun. Yau crosses the tunnel to return home but finds nobody there. Yau reluctantly agrees, and each ritually stabs Airplane to death, including Glu-Stick. She must work fast to find the killer to seek her revenge before she becomes the next target.
Fat sends Suet to retrieve and refuel his bus upon learning of Yi's phone call. Clair, who was lucky enough to have her character killed off early in the movie. While working at the club, she quickly realizes that everyone is a suspect and that other dancers are being targeted. Just like the mainstream names, low budget film makers often get spoiled by success so it dulls their edge or they take themselves too seriously. After Midnight Cast This website does not own, host or upload any videos.