You know, I've seen lots of documentaries surrounding Charlie and his umm ... angels, but I don't ever recall any one of those chicks being as hot as those cast in the upcoming flick Manson Girls!
We firmly believe that certain stars are born to play certain roles. Take Jeffrey Combs for instance; he'll always be Poe to us. Lots of actors have played the infamous Charles Manson over the years, but if we had to pick one who hasn't that easily should, it's Bill Moseley. Apparently someone else thought so, too.
Oh, Charlie! You knew how to pick them! So young! So beautiful! So damned deadly! More cast members have joined the ever-growing cult of Manson Girls for Susanna Lo's latest film take on Manson's real life madness, and we've got the skinny on who they are!
Charlie's legacy, as infamous as it is, will surely live on long after we're all gone. Word just came down about some recent changes to the latest flick based on his madness, and we're here to fill in the dots for you.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Thora Birch, Derek Magyar, Kavan Reece, Gloria Votsis, Todd Jensen, Koyna Ruseva, Vladimir Vladimirov Written & Directed by Gideon Raff
You don't really have to know much about the film industry to know which films will see the light of multiplexes and which ones will be banished to the hellish shelves of Blockbuster to prey on unsuspecting renters. From the very first glimpses of Train, I knew this one would fall into the later category, but even I'm surprised that it sat on the shelves long enough for Ulli Lomell to get two movies distributed.
The question beckons -- is Thora Birch's upcoming Train a remake of the Eighties classic Terror Train? Well, it started off that way but then turned into its own thing. Now that the international trailer has hit online, any doubts about the film's intentions can be officially laid to rest.
Is it wrong to be so attracted to Thora Birch? I mean really, really attracted? Not to the point of stalking or anything, but close ... I’ll take your silence to mean that no, it is not wrong. Moving on!
When is a remake not a remake? How about when the title is different, the script is different and the film’s director blatantly says “This is not a remake”? Yeah, that might be a good indication of it not being a remake...