Cross out the squares as the insanity unfolds onscreen!
The assignment quickly goes to hell as his partners all get killed in an ambush, along with his wife and family back in Los Angeles. Leading the White Hand is not Saruman (as you may have thought), but a greasy, pony-tailed man named Vitch, played my Mick Fleetwood (yes, that Mick Fleetwood). ‘Tis Mick Fleetwood of Many Colours! I suppose the assumption here is that to have an evil character in a movie, you need to cast an actual evil person–someone into deep wizardry, perhaps. It worked… but not for long! For there can only be one Lord of the Rings, as Manta soon learns.
After being taken prisoner and forced to be a drug mule for the cartel, Douglas escapes and learns of his family’s demise. Wrong answer, Mr. Fleetwood. One by one, the members of the White Hand become dust in the trail of Douglas’ stagecoach of vengeance. Directed by Joseph Merhi.
B-MOVIE BINGO is a game that is exactly like it sounds — OR MORE. It’s simple–we play bingo to the most awesome movie cliches ever committed to celluloid, like: “LONG BORING SCENE OR MALE PONY TALE”, “TEAMED UP WITH ROOKIE OR ANIMAL”, and “WHITE SUIT OR TROPICAL ENDING”. For maybe the first time in a theatre, see the relatives and employees of A-list actors you know and love like Sylvester Stallone, whose brother bears a remarkable resemblance to him. Compete for prizes! Yell at your fellow movie nerds over the elusive and mysterious “BLANK SQUARE”! Relax: it’s B-MOVIE BINGO.