An otherwise relatively straight-up vampire movie is played for cheese value, with Lance Henriksen the leader of a gang of Arizona bloodsuckers (including Bill Paxton in an unlikely role). Adrian Pasdar is pretty bland as the-guy-who-gets-bit, but there's enough comedy value from watching these stars play bad guys early in their careers that it's definitely worth a rent.
Mild mannered head shrink gets in a car accident... and gets a new arm, courtesy of an executed serial killer. Try and imagine what happens next. Somehow, this awful horror movie is considered an independent film (despite being a Paramount product), but maybe that's just an excuse for the wretched performances and terrible story, which offers no surprises and only minimal thrills and chills.
Whoa, Steve Buscemi in a western? With Mickey Rourke, too!? Sadly, crazy casting is just about the only thing of note in The Last Outlaw, a sad, sad excuse for a western. After a botched bank robbery, the film quickly degenerates into one long bloodbath, with the bad guys being killed by each other and/or the law. In the end, only one will survive? Which one? Who cares.