Search - Vapid Shallow Models Must Die! on DVD


Vapid Shallow Models Must Die!
Vapid Shallow Models Must Die
Actor: Mark Studner; Stephen Molinaro; Jason north; Michael Haboush; Paolo Carascon Jr.; Kate Crash; Tiffani Amber; AdamWinchell; Anthony Cozad; Clinton Smith; J'Von Shay Lucci; Arthur Huber
Director: Michael Haboush
Genres: Comedy, Gay & Lesbian, Mystery & Suspense
UR     2006     1hr 25min

When an overweight, aesthetically challenged construction worker gets turned down for modeling work he decides to extract his revenge in the form of.... murder! Using his photography work as a cover, he lures aspiring mode...  more »

     
?

Larger Image

Movie Details

Actor: Mark Studner; Stephen Molinaro; Jason north; Michael Haboush; Paolo Carascon Jr.; Kate Crash; Tiffani Amber; AdamWinchell; Anthony Cozad; Clinton Smith; J'Von Shay Lucci; Arthur Huber
Director: Michael Haboush
Genres: Comedy, Gay & Lesbian, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Gay & Lesbian, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Ariztical Entertainment
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 11/14/2006
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 1hr 25min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

Similar Movies

In The Blood
Director: Lou Peterson
6
   UR   2008   1hr 23min
The Lair Season 2
Director: Fred Olen Ray
5
   NR   2009   3hr 49min
A Single Man
Director: Tom Ford
   R   2010   1hr 39min
 

Movie Reviews

Bizarre and Unconvincing but with Extras
interested_observer | San Francisco, CA USA | 01/28/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)

"'Vapid' is a micro-budgeted serial killer film with a dash of cannibalism. There is enough skill shown to produce a clear storyline and to generate a sense that with massive upgrades it could become a decent genre picture. The cast looks nice, even if many are not skilled actors. Be aware that the director, producer, writer, cinematographer, editor, and central character are one and the same person, Michael Haboush, who has done some interesting work in other films.

Digitz (Haboush), always shown in a distorted view, is a fat, unattractive construction worker who wants either to model or to photograph models. When established photographer B'Jesus (an over-the-top Mark Studner) belittles Digitz's ambitions, Digitz has two henchmen kidnap B'Jesus and put him in a cage.

Digitz goes into the business of photographing models, with the idea of eliminating the undeserving, vapid models who have usurped Digitz's rightful place. Using a bogus bracelet with an eye motif, Digitz hypnotizes the models and has them kill themselves. The two solo male models are made to take their clothes off first. The two henchmen wrap the bodies in what looks like construction paper and drag the bodies through the streets to put in the cage to feed B'Jesus.

Digitz comes into conflict with his boss, Beau (Paolo Carascon, Jr.), and meets up with a model, Kate Crash, who gets out in time. B'Jesus escapes to transform himself improbably. Do Digitz and the henchmen get their come-uppance? Watch and see.

The models look nice and provide the most watchable segments. It was a pleasure to have Arthur Huber ('Issues 101', 'K-Hole', 'Slice of Terror') return, this time as a TV newscaster. 'Vapid' has a tongue-in-cheek humor that comes through from time to time. The film lasts about 83 minutes. There are no extra features on the DVD.

There is no sex shown. I don't recall any bad language. The movie was filmed in West Hollywood, CA. I suspect this was a group of friends who put out an exploitation film for the fun of it. As such, it is a very good effort.



"
Um what this is a horror movie
David T. Scanlon | 11/20/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)

"this movie was terrible. i only give it abit of credit because it has two guys full frontal. one beefcake model and a emo/musician. the camera angle and plot where the worst. nothin too good about this movie"
Vapid shallow models must die
bigboyone | johnson city , tn | 11/11/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)

"just like all the rest of them. there are a few ""pretty"" parts.
but no enought to make a great film.
just invest a little more in the script and you will eventually make
a decent movie"