100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck
A group of paranormal investigators sojourned to the Chicago walk-up where deranged drifter Richard Speck systematically slew eight student nurses back in ’66, looking for restless spirits. Their unfortunate success gets shockingly documented in this fear-filled found-footage foray featuring a bright young cast.
- Stars:Maria Cuéllar, Steve Bencich, Tony Besson, Hayley Derryberry, Chance Harlem Jr., Mike Holley, Jennifer Robyn Jacobs, Adam LaFramboise, Nancy Leopardi, David Lindmark, Jackie Moore, Chris Serafin, Jim Shipley,
- Director:Martin Wichmann,
100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck is a 2012 supernatural horror film. It tells a story in 2010 when paranormal investigators tried to film Richard Speck's ghost at the site of his heinous killing spree. Finally, the victims' families have released the footage that documents their last days. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: I took my 8 and 6 year old children. My 8 year old is usually quite forgiving of a bad film if she has popcorn, but when she asked me if I had liked it she was clearly hoping I said 'no'. We are film addicts and watch and enjoy a lot of children's films - this was the worst for a long time, since Space Chimps probably, and made worse by that it could have been so much better with a little craft to its direction. And from a director with so much experience as an Editor, it was really badly edited.My 6 year old thought it was ok, but there lies the problem - the film is obviously aimed, in its semi-high-school American 'teen rock' music pretensions, at a much older audience. A porous plot, even to an 8 year old, and the embarrassing potential of the cast falls extremely flat. Mathew Horne seems only to have two expressions in his repertoire and is in extreme danger of having a bit part comedy career fade fast, and Anjelica Huston's Scottish accent was insulting and embarrassing - like a sheltered American impersonating Mrs Doubtfire. Horrid Henry had been clean cut and Americanised, and really wasn't very menacing at all. I was surprised we were spared the sentimental 'son, I got it all wrong but I will always love you' ending: it would have completed the American airbrushing.
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(ru) wrote: Interesante propuesta. Para los que gustan las peliculas de aviones, buenas tomas y accin. Apenas para verla domingo en la tarde.
(us) wrote: it started off well, i mean a republican politician getting shot?! wahey!!! competent action movie but no great acting from anywhere
(fr) wrote: Remember that movie you didn't see called Valiant? I do, and it's not good.
(gb) wrote: Wow, so much cheese.
(it) wrote: the bean part was my family's fav.
(ag) wrote: Proves you can make a disaster movie without showing the disaster.
(de) wrote: Suspenseful horror movie.
(mx) wrote: I can't believe Fritz Lang directed this, though it's easy to see why this was the last film he made in America. It contains none of his trademark visual flair (made on a tiny budget), the storyline while interesting (novelist tries to frame himself for murder to show how silly the legal system is), tries to out-twist itself in the last 20 minutes, with less success than Billy Wilder's "Witness For The Prosecution". Even the acting's not that impressive, I just don't think Fritz Lang was even trying when he got the script for "Beyond A Reasonable Doubt", proof that even a great director can struggle to compensate for a weak script.
(ca) wrote: Not very good comedy
(jp) wrote: Something new for the time period. Good acting and character development.
(mx) wrote: The best bits are in the trailer...
(mx) wrote: Your average romcom of the year is surprisingly watchable. Its not a good movie and the ending was very sloppily handled. It's also very repetitive and gets boring in places. Besides a few chuckles, nothing worth seeing here.