Fort Doom

Fort Doom

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Fort Doom

Starring Debbie Rochon,Billy Drago,Rick Washburn,Joshua Park, and Jennifer Lauren Grant

Directed by: J. Christian Ingvordsen

I got this movie for under 5 bucks at Wal-Mart that sould have told me something but then again I have been known to sit through many bad movies for the fun of it..where doe Fort Doom rank well I'll tell you in a second

The Plot is pretty simplistic a madame takes her emplyees and her sister out west to open a brothel out west and along way they meet a photographer and eventually end up in Fort McMillion a.k.a Fort Doom where Lacy Garret the madame opens her brothelsome people start dying and it seems like your standard slasher fare except with about 20 minutes left the movie takes a totally unexpected turn with a minor little twist involving the photographer that I saw coming from the five minutes in the movie(no he isnt the killer)The twist reminded me of the twist at the end of S.I.C.K. in the fact the it was so lame I was like who cares.

Now on to the acting..Billy Drago as the town mortician was the best thing about the movie. Debbie Rochon did her usual flash her brests scene abd she looked bored during the entire movie looking like she as going through the motions wish she was on the set of another movie. The rest of the acting was ok nothing to write home about.

Has the director directed aanother movie since??

This movie is bad no doubt about it, but it is no way near as bad a Nine Lives.

On a scale of 1-5 5 being the est I'd give it 1.5 stars.

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Blood Dragoness's picture

It's on my "avoid" list.THANKS!!

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Bishop44's picture

I almost bought this at Wal-Mart too, seems like a good thing I didn't

Lygophilia's picture

How can I put this, BAD!

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