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In the first film, the character's self-immolation was an existential passion; here it's... Herzog was brought on as a director-for-hire (which is very wrong, in the grand cultural scheme of things), after screenwriter William Finkelstein ("Doogie Howser, » - Michael Atkinson Remember when you thought Nicolas Cage was one of the best actors in the business.When he made films like Leaving Las Vegas, Raising Arizona, Vampire’s Kiss, and Face/Off (and I don’t want to hear he wasn’t great in Face/Off, cause he was).» - Steve ' Frosty' Weintraub A restricted clip from Werner Herzog’s the upcoming “Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans,” which stars Nicolas Cage, Val Kilmer, Eva Mendes, Xzibit and Fairuza Balk among others, has been released. Nicolas Cage plays a rogue detective who is as devoted to his job as he is at scoring drugs – while playing fast and loose with the law.He wields his badge as often as he wields his gun in order to get his way.» - The Hollywood This past fall saw the debut of the supernatural horror/comedy Jennifer’s Body, and with the film's Blu-ray and DVD release being only a few weeks away (December 29th), I thought it might be interesting to take a look back at some of the most successful high school horror films that have been released over the past 10 to 15 years.Jennifer’s Body is a slick production, equipped with fresh young stars, a hip soundtrack, and, of course, strings of "clever" dialogue.

That’s exactly what he brings to the table with Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.

At the risk of spoiling some of the choices, I chose 1996 as the eligibility year for the simple reason that it was the beginning of the glossy, » - Masked Slasher We know it's not exactly horror, but when Trembles speaks, we listen!

And when Werner Herzog directs Nicolas Cage, we can't help but watch transfixed.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina he becomes a high-functioning addict who is a deeply intuitive, fearless detective reigning over the beautiful ruins of New Orleans with authority and abandon.

Complicating his tumultuous life is the prostitute he loves (Eva Mendes).

That’s exactly what he brings to the table with Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.

At the risk of spoiling some of the choices, I chose 1996 as the eligibility year for the simple reason that it was the beginning of the glossy, » - Masked Slasher We know it's not exactly horror, but when Trembles speaks, we listen!

And when Werner Herzog directs Nicolas Cage, we can't help but watch transfixed.

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina he becomes a high-functioning addict who is a deeply intuitive, fearless detective reigning over the beautiful ruins of New Orleans with authority and abandon.

Complicating his tumultuous life is the prostitute he loves (Eva Mendes).

Everything about it is wrong, so wrong that categorizing it that way is meaningless, but wrong nonetheless, down to its title (that awkward "the" on the film's opening title card, that anachronistic and irrelevant "port of call," the subtitle itself, erroneously suggesting sequel-hood, etc.).