Watch Killer Pad
- 1 hr 24 min
Killer Pad is a horror-comedy movie from 2008 that tells the story of three lifelong friends - Dink (Daniel Franzese), Josh (Eric Jungmann), and Ivan (Shane McRae) - who decide to move into a luxury home in Hollywood. As the friends quickly find out, the house has a dark history that seems to be coming back to haunt them. The three friends are initially thrilled with their new pad - aptly named the "Punk Palace" - as it comes equipped with an endless supply of alcohol, hot girls, and killer parties. However, they soon realize that something is not right about their new home. The first hint of trouble comes when Dink discovers that the house was the site of a grisly murder-suicide a few years back. Despite their newfound knowledge, the friends decide to stay in the house, thinking that they can handle whatever supernatural forces are at work. As the night progresses, strange things start to happen. Objects seem to move on their own, and the friends begin to hear strange noises. But things take a turn for the worse when the friends start to see their dead friends and enemies and are forced to fight for their lives. The friends soon realize that the house is not only haunted, but it's also a gateway to Hell. They must band together and use all their wit and courage to survive and escape the killer pad. Killer Pad is a blood-soaked horror-comedy that serves up a healthy dose of laughs alongside the scares. The performances from the three leads - Franzese, Jungmann, and McRae - are energetic and engaging, making it easy for viewers to root for their survival. The supporting cast is equally entertaining, bringing plenty of comic relief to the film. The film is directed by Robert Englund, who is best known for his role as Freddy Krueger in the Nightmare on Elm Street series. He brings his extensive experience in the horror genre to the film, creating a story that is equal parts silly and spooky. The film's special effects are impressive, with plenty of practical effects and gore to satisfy fans of the horror genre. The film's soundtrack is also worth mentioning, with a mix of classic rock and punk rock songs that help set the tone for the film. Overall, Killer Pad is a fun horror-comedy that delivers plenty of laughs and scares. It's not a perfect film - some of the jokes fall flat, and the plot is a bit thin - but it's still enjoyable for fans of the genre. If you're looking for a film that doesn't take itself too seriously and is willing to embrace its ridiculousness, Killer Pad is worth a watch.