Zack and Miri have been friends their whole lives. So it is only natural that when they have some cash flow issues they decide to make a skin flick together. And what do you know? They find their relationship on the other side of platonomy. And Kevin Smith directed it so its gotta be good. Rated R for strong sexual content including dialogue, graphic nudity and pervasive language. It is a comedy, but it is about people making a porn flick to pay the bills.
Oct. 31 The Haunting of Molly Hartley
Molly Hartley's mom is phychotic. And not in the regular I'm-17-and-my-mom-is-a-total-loon kind of crazy. After a total break which results in Molly being stabbed, she moves to a new town and starts a new cliquish private school. Voices and visions start to plague her and she struggles to separate real from imagined something that is not a big hit with the new in-crowd. A great flick for Halloween night. Rated PG-13 for strong thematic material, violence and terror, brief strong language and some teen drinking.
Oct. 31 Splinter
It seems like in a movie you can either be kidnapped by ex-cons OR be plagued by a pervasive parasites that turn humans into deadly hosts, but not both. That just seems to break a few rules. But hey, it is Friday and Halloween so let's just throw those rules out. Rated R for violence, gore and language.
Nov. 7 Role Models
Elizabeth Banks is probably in at least one third of the movies playing at any given movie theater this fall. And if anyone could play Laura Bush and a girl who makes a porno with her friend all in one season it would be her.