Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Rocky Marquette, Payden LoPachin, Katie Chonacas, Brian Krouse, Bruce Wetz
Director: Mark Jones
Genres: Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
From the writer/director of Leprechaun comes an even scarier and more diabolically funny nightmare. When two teen orphans -- Norbert, a ventriloquist mute who talks through his dummy, and Angelica, his psychotic sister hit... more »
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P.U. Not even bad funny, just stinks!
Cha Lau | Houston,Tx | 09/02/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I love b-movies, and I love horror movies and I loved Leprechaun. But tongue in cheek gags, continuity, story line, gore, surprises, and even special effects are all pretty much missing from this stinker. It wasn't creepy. It wasn't offensive. It wasn't scary. It wasn't funny. It wasn't even unintentionally funny.
It was boring. It was dumb. One star for the poor acting that took itself too seriously. That's it. I'll get more use out of this disc playing catch with the dog. Yes, seriously."
Calling this bizarre is an understatement
N. Durham | Philadelphia, PA | 01/21/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"From Mark Jones, the writer and director of the original Leprechaun, comes Triloquist; another exercise in pint-sized horror/comedy that ends up being more bizarre than anything else. Then again, calling Triloquist bizarre is a definite understatement. Payden LoPachin and Rocky Marquette star as psychotic siblings Angelina and Norbert, who are making a trek to Vegas, with their equally psychotic ventriloquist dummy (voiced by Bruce Weitz) in tow. It isn't long before they abduct a girl (Katie Chonacas) whom Angelina hopes Norbert will impregnate to keep their family growing. This is about as close to a plot as Triloquist comes to having, which isn't such a bad thing considering the film gets off to a very darkly humerous start, but sadly quickly loses steam once the road trip begins. Still though, hottie LoPachin is clearly having a good time with the material, and turns in a surprisingly good and magnetic performance that will keep you interested in the flick, even when it degenerates into self-parody. All in all, it's easy to see why so many hate Triloquist, but for what it's worth, there's some morbid fun to be had here, even if it doesn't last as long as you'd like it to."