Lance Henriksen, Emilio Estevez and Veronica Cartwright
Format Used: Rented VHS
Contain: Graphic Laungage, Graphic Violence
This is an analogy movie, in laymen’s terms that means several small plots in one large movie.
TERROR IN TOPANGA: Lisa is a young bored housewife, after an argument with her husband she goes to the local store, but
there is an escaped mad killer on the loose and Lisa may be his next target.
BISHOP OF BATTLE: Emilio Estevez stars as a video game con artist obsessed with the only unwinable game that crossed his
path, but when J.J. breaks into the arcade late one night and reaches the mythical 13th level, he wish he hadn't.
THE BENEDICTION: Lance Henriksen stars as Father MacLeod, a Priest who has lost faith in God, so he decides to leave the
Priesthood. But during his long trip home, a demonic Pick-Up truck terrorizes MacLeod; determine to take him out for good.
NIGHT OF THE RAT: Veronica Cartwright stars as Clare Houston who has a rodent problem. When her husband is too cheap
to hire an exterminator, she does it behind his back and finds that they have the mother of all rats. The Hindu Rat God residing
within their walls.
I did enjoy this movie; the Rat God effects could have been a little better. But considering when it was made, I think they
did a great job. I think the cast is great. But what did it do to deserve an R rating, is it because it was before PG-13?
Anyway, I hope it comes back on DVD soon.
I GIVE IT...9 STARS
I agree with Zedd, completely. I am not too crazy about PG-13, however I am also glad that is around. Because far too many
movies were getting R ratings when they did not deserve them, this one for example. It was just barely too violent for a
PG rating, but the only thing after PG in those days was R. Anyway, I did enjoy this movie.
I GIVE IT...8 1/2 STARS
ON THE POSTIVE SIDE (+ HITS):
+ STORIES (The Stories really worked)
+ MORALS (I liked the morals of the stories as well)
+ CAST (The cast was really great)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (- MISSES):
- THE RATING (It really doesn't deserve an R rating)