The Dead Want Women (2012): The Living Want Chicken and a Nap
Eric Roberts), Tubby Fitzgerald (J. Scott), and Erik Burke (Robert Zahar) before committing suicide. Flash forward to modern times, and best friends and real estate partners Reese (Jessica Morris) and Dani (Ariana Madix) land the rights to sell the an unwanted Hollywood mansion. I bet you can guess which one. The girls spend the night there waiting on a prospective buyer, but they never show. What does show is Sonny, Tubby, Erik, and Rose who are back for a little decadent fun (read: sex) and murder (read: murder).
Roberts, Zahar, and O’Sullivan ham it up, and it looks like they’re having quite a laugh filming. At least I hope they’re having a laugh, because if that was Eric Roberts' real technique for lovemaking, I bet the world is full of disappointed ex-lovers of Eric Roberts.
High Tension if you don’t believe me.) Yet still, I have some kind of twisted faith in Charles Band. Sure, his films aren’t all that, but he’s still out there making them. There’s a hackneyed expression that says, “After the end of the world, the only things that will remain are cockroaches and Keith Richards.” I want to amend that to say at the end, “and Charles Band who will still be making movies, figuring a way to make a buck, and they will still not be all that good, and I mean seriously all he has to do is entertain post-apocalypse freaks that Lloyd Kaufman wouldn’t take in. How hard could it be?” If The Dead Want Women is any indication, the answer to that question is, “moderately”.