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When 3 pals find a sweet deal on a mansion in the Hollywood hills, they think they have struck party gold. But their dream of sexy Hollywood ladies are quickly thwarted when they realize that their dream pad is also a direct portal to Hell. Daniel Franzese, Eric Jungmann, Shane McRae, and Andy Milonakis star in this film directed by Robert Englund.

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  • Actors: Daniel Franzese, Eric Jungmann, Shane McRae, Emily Baldoni, Jeff Bryan Davis
  • Directors: Robert Englund
  • Writers: Dan Stoller
  • Producers: Avi Chesed, Chuck Williams, Etan Ilfeld, Jon Avganim, Jon Waterman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: February 5, 2008
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000YV1Q3U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,853 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Obviously this isn't a movie for content, but good for some laughs.
K. Espinoza
The friends decide to throw a house warming party, but since the devil lives in the basement people at the party start dieing and things start going terribly wrong.
Joey Florence
There are some great lines and the story is totally fun and a good time for horror fans.
Phreq

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Killer Pad (Robert Englund, 2008)

I rip on bad horror movies all the time, but I'll tell you what--I'm a sucker for a bad horror movie that's played for its badness, and I have been ever since discovering such classic horror parodies as Night of the Creeps and Return of the Living Dead back in the eighties. The latest one to cross my path is Killer Pad, the second feature directed by Robert Englund (the first, way way back when, was the cult hit 976-EVIL...and I'll bet three-quarters of those reading this are too young to get what that was a reference to). Yeah, Robert Englund. Freddy Krueger. You know the guy. So the director hasn't made a movie (behind the camera, anyway) in twenty years. What about the scriptwriter? Dan Stoller, a former production assistant turning his hand to writing a script for the first time. Oh, yeah, this is gonna be good.

Surprisingly, it is.

Three friends from suburban Chicago, Doug (Mean Girls' Daniel Franzese), Craig (Not Another Teen Movie's Eric Jungmann), and Brody (relative newcomer Shane McRae, who will be in the upcoming adaptation of monster literary hit The Help), flee their parents' houses for various reasons (which we can't get into here) and head for Los Angeles. After they're turned down for the rathole where they already paid their deposit because they have a pet, they come across Winnie (MADtv's Bobby Lee), a shady real estate agent who finds them a great deal on a house. And what a house it is, one of those massive modern-art all-glass mansions up off Mulholland. On Perdition Lane. At 666. So, you think there's a portal to hell in the basement?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 23, 2008
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Killer Pad may be built on clichés and teen-humor stereotypes and conventions, but it's still a very funny movie. Some of the credit naturally goes to director Robert Englund, but it's really the cast who carry this movie on their backs without ever letting it fall or flounder. The trio of losers at the center of the story could easily have become tediously annoying or unbearably stupid, but that just doesn't happen. Heck, I actually liked these guys. Yes, this is definitely a dumb comedy with horror overtones, and, yes, it will primarily appeal to adolescent males, but that doesn't mean that the rest of us can't enjoy it, too. Shoot fire, you've got comical situations, a scattering of great one-liners, a bevy of attractive young ladies, and even successful cameos by the likes of Joey Lawrence, Andy Milonakis, and Mad TV's Bobby Lee.

Best buds Brody (Shane McRae), Craig (Eric Jungmann), and Doug (Daniel Franzese), having finally moved out of their parents' houses, leave Illinois behind and head to L.A. to begin their lives anew. After some initial housing problems, local real estate agent Winnie (Bobby Lee) hooks them up with a sweetheart of a deal - a low-cost mansion located at 666 Perdition Road. The place is a portal to hell, but the guys think the fiery pit in the basement is a sewage problem and blame homeless "squatters" (like the Mexican dude who keeps trying to warn them that the devil lives there) for whatever problems creep up. With bodaciously fine neighbors like Lucy (Emily Foxler) and her friends Delilah (Noureen DeWulf) and Jezebel (Corri English), these guys aren't going anywhere. In fact, they start planning a killer party for their killer pad, hoping to score major points (or really just to score, period) with the girls.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on April 13, 2009
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I love this movie, and with the right expectations and temperament, you might too. Its a comedic horror, with acting purposely over the top, but, IMHO, not so much that its annoying. It strikes, to me, the right balance on all fronts without being annoying, but still being highly entertaining. FYI - I tend to absolutely hate slapstick humor, and I think this achieves the goals of a good comedy, and should appeal to men in their 20-30s. There's a good bit of oddly adult-ish/domestic humor to enjoy.

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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Navy Sailor VINE VOICE on February 23, 2008
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With only his second directorial showing in feature films to date, Robert Englund (best known as Freddy Krueger) brings us 'Killer Pad': the story of three loser friends (Doug, Craig, and Brody) who take up residence in a haunted house (address: 666 Perdition Road) in Hollywood. The house is wicked. Seriously. Coyotes and portals to Hell are included in the price.

The movie includes a couple small camoes (Lin Shaye and Andy Milonakis included), and features a whole host of odd characters (possessed Mexicans, S&M midgets, Joey Lawrence?). If you haven't noticed yet, and I pity you if you haven't, this is a comedy. Is it funny? Eh. There are some good one liners and stupid-funny jokes. But it's pretty much all the same sarcastic humour we've been seeing from better movies with better actors and higher production value over the past few years. I'm actually getting a little bit tired of the unattractive male-centered movies. They're fun on occasion (Knocked Up, Superbad), but they're flooding the comedy market and it only takes one like this to ruin the streak.

There's plenty of hot (and not-so) women, alcohol, partying, and crude humour, but that's about as far as your interest will stretch. It's not UNenjoyable. . . but it's just not very good.

Final verdict: A pathetic 3.5/10.

'Killer Pad' is in stores now, but I'd highly suggest picking up something else.

-AP3-
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