Loaded Movies – a phrase that can be used to describe movies that have lots of action, a good story, and a lot of suspense. These films have titles such as Loaded, Chasing Ghosts, Toxic, and Herbie: Fully Loaded. Let’s take a look at some of them.
Herbie: Fully Loaded soundtrack
If you are looking for a sexy car-themed soundtrack, then you should check out the Herbie: Fully Loaded soundtrack. The soundtrack features cover songs by popular artists from the ’60s. For example, you can listen to the Beach Boys’ “Getcha Back” as the soundtrack opener. Or, you can opt for Mooney Suzuki’s version of Born to Be Wild.
Aside from ’70s classics, the album also features modern remakes of these songs. It was made possible through a collaboration between the Blacksmoke Organisation and Negativland. You can expect to hear songs like T. Rex’s “Metal Guru” and the Mooney Suzuki’s “Born to Be Wild”. However, the music isn’t as exciting as the original. While the movie itself is quite wacky, you may find the soundtrack a bit more enjoyable.
As for the storyline, it is all about a free-wheeling Volkswagen bug named Herbie. Maggie Peyton (Lindsay Lohan) is the owner of this car. She wants to become a professional NASCAR driver. Initially, she is forbidden by her father, Ray Peyton Jr. to race in a street racing competition because of her previous accident.
Chasing Ghosts (2005)
Chasing Ghosts is the type of film that you will be surprised to learn is not as bad as you might expect. The plot is a little clunky and the cast is a bit underwhelming, but the movie does offer something in the way of a plot twist. If you enjoy your detective thrillers with a bit of a tinge of irony, you will like this one.
Chasing Ghosts is a neo-noir thriller that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Michael Madsen plays a retired detective who wants to make one last case before he hangs up his badge. He teams up with a rookie cop and the two of them try to crack a murder case. Not only are they pitted against a gangster in the shadows, but they’re also confronted with a mysterious and elusive villain.
While the film is not without its flaws, it is a better-than-average direct-to-video movie and deserves a closer look. Its neo-noir stylings are complemented by a decent transfer and a handful of bonus features. This includes a 12-minute behind-the-scenes documentary, a 4 minute outtakes featurette, and two short featurettes.
Loaded is a film to be reckoned with. It’s not just the plot that will keep you on your toes; the baffling subordinates are no doubt the bane of any aspiring lawyer. The film’s onetime leading man isn’t exactly a household name, but that’s not to say he’s not a good actor. Not to mention he’s one of the most eligible bachelors in the biz. And, that’s not to mention the women he courted. A couple of years down the line, his luck ran out. Hence, he scurried off to a new stomping grounds. But it’s not all bad news for him, since his girlfriend’s boyfriend is just about as good a fling as he is. To make up for it, he’s got a few tricks up his sleeve.
The Toxic Avenger has become one of the most common examples of the cult film phenomenon. It is a meta-experience, celebrating affronts to cultural sensitivities. While its foundation is similar to that of the Marvel Comics superheroes, the filmmakers wink at the audience, and don’t stop at violence.
Troma was a label that specialized in taboo subjects and controversial splatterfests. It spread its intellectual property across comic books, video games, and even action figures. But despite its reputation for exploiting audiences, it has also turned into a profitable industry. As such, it has begun to normalize the cult movie phenomenon.
Troma Team Release earned millions of dollars over the years. They’ve even made a popular musical, Toxic. With a soundtrack by Michael Herz and Lloyd Kaufman, it combines horror, mystery, and Lynchian imagery.
While the film has an impressive cast, the narrative fails to provide the necessary depth. The gang members are stereotyped as morbidly obese and German-accented. Sara’s blindness is treated as cheap pratfalls.