Even though it’s 50 miles away from my family and friends it quickly felt like home because his family accepted me with open arms.His mother Melinda and stepfather Big Daddy live next door and are always there if we need anything. My life has been a hard one, but yet one so wonderful that I don’t know what it would be like if it was different.I lowered all of my horror standards when I picked this up at Hollywood Video, knowing that it was a Troma production, though, for some reason, it said it was made by Full Moon Production, too.Even better, it was the new director's cut, so I knew I wasn't going to be spared. The storyline is quite weird (but then again, this is Troma and/or Full Moon) but very cool.This is not a great version of this particular material, but Ron's mediocre work is better than some people's best work.It contains some work by members of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour and a couple of others who are real Pro's, but again, it is work from the early '90's when most of these people were still working out their material.It has plenty of gore, plenty of comedy, and plenty of fun for anyone. But if you're looking for the next "Silence of the Lambs," avoid this film at all costs.
For anyone looking for a fun horror movie, this is it.I also have Cody’s father Todd and stepmother Ingrid who suggested that I pursue this opportunity because it’s right up my alley. I am probably the youngest most old soul person you will ever meet. After some rough patches in my life through the years, I have realized what life is all about, family.This DVD is a compilation of material from the early '90's from various artists and I like it because Ron Shock is in it.Yet, the infamous Ellie May--if you've seen this, you know who it is--drops the barrel and the radioactive stuff goes into their still.They leave it, though, and are impressed with the new stuff they've made. The alcohol is distributed around town, turning everyone who drinks it into a flesheating zombie.Luckily my mother and I got blessed twice and she remarried my stepfather Chuck; whom I call Chuckles.He treats me as his own and I could never ask for a better stepfather.All in all, I'd say it's worth a look, but remember, the better performances on it, may come from some performers who were not even on the Blue Collar Tour.A group of assorted Americans survive a plane crash in a Caribbean island, and discover it is infested with crawling snakes and other venomous beasts. They're a product of their raising; they say "Hey, y'all" and "Yee-haw." They keep Christmas lights on the front porch all year long, and they know all the words to every ol' Bocephus song.Apologies to Gretchen Wilson for stealing her lyrics, but they're perfectly suited to a new reality series that springs from our state.