Well that was a mental evening’s football. 2 injury time penalties missed. Don’t think I’ve ever seen it. Last week we won with nine players on the pitch. Anyway, it’s time for Party Bus to Hell, which is due for DVD/Blu-ray release next Friday (13th April).
(Sober edit – there may be minor spoilers ahead. I only remember a night of violence and nudity).
Quick Slash, get out of there!
“Everything you say, they’ll turn against you.” I’ve been in relationships like that.
“I hate mummies.” Obviously seen the film with Tom Cruise.
I think the bus driver… I did NOT expect that. I’ve actually thought that a few times. It’s just the first time I wrote it.
OK. Regular readers will know I often get annoyed by the fact that a lot of horror films have casts where you don’t care if they live or die. This film deals with that in an interesting way. I think you’re actually encouraged to want them to die. Which they do, in droves, creatively, shockingly and violently.
Stop! Hammer time!
OK. I think the biggest jerk is going to end up being the hero of the film.
Stock female scream. Every group violence scene. It’s the female Wilhelm Scream. The Wilhelmina scream?
The biggest jerk kind of reminds me of Dave Gahan (legend).
“Dead. It’s a side effect of being murdered.”
I was about to say that something about this reminded me of House of 1000 Corpses. Then, the evil priest dude takes off his mask and he looks like Sid Haig. I might go for an upside down head soon, but my beard’s going in a couple of weeks.
At least the psycho monk dude is friendly.
If I had to rely on the contents of my backpack to survive, I think I’d be in trouble. Some biros, a notepad and a 2000 AD trade hardback. Oh, and a big rubber band ball.
The bus driver is awesome. Her and the girl with the cyberpunk headgear are the most engaging. And the venture capitalist chap.
There’s lots of bits that are making me laugh here, but I’ll let you see them yourself.
My brother once found a scorpion in his bed on holiday. No. My brother was on holiday.
Now if the chosen one is supposed to be a virgin and there’s one virgin on the bus. Not sure I like the morality of this.
Again. I didn’t expect that.
I’m not sure this’ll go down too well at the church cinema group. A lot of sex and violence. I think the sex sort of took over the film for a bit, whereas I’d mainly come for the violence.
Nice 80s style monster effects. Think The Howling.
I was expecting something to happen similar to a scene in this…
I called that wrong.
One of the few days I didn’t go on the bus with the lads for the football (I was in the International Lounge, seeing how the other half live), they lost the deposit because someone was sick. I think this lot might lose theirs.
I’m not sure how the opening ties in with the rest of the film.
Is that Bono? OK. For a brief moment from the back. I think I recognise this dude.
For a moment, I thought she was going to magic Love Shack onto the radio. If I was a demon, I think that’d be my power.
Ok. Who did the catering?
I enjoyed that. Some very funny stuff and some lovely gore. One for lovers of gratuitous sex and violence.