This documentary explores the hidden history of the American Exploitation Film. The movie digs deep into this often overlooked category of U.S. cinema and unearths the shameless and occasionally shocking origins of this popular entertainment.
- Stars:Robert Forster, Eric Schaefer, Eddie Muller, John Landis, Kim Morgan, Fred Olen Ray, Allison Anders, Joe Dante, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Jeremy Kasten, William Lustig, Lewis Teague, David Hess, Bob Minor, Jack Hill,
- Director:Elijah Drenner,
- Writer:Elijah Drenner, Calum Waddell
A documentary about the history of exploitation movies, from the silent movie era to the 1970s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
American Grindhouse torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: I enjoyed this flick about the times and trials of a HS grad to find himself in NYC with his divorcee mom, vain dad and self-indulgent sister
(it) wrote: Probably the most interesting thing about this film is the filmmaker's overt manipulation of the audience's psychological/physiological reaction to what's being shown on the screen. Not for the squeamish.
(mx) wrote: Will there be a future, any future, for them and their unborn baby?
(it) wrote: It has a couple of laughs, but all in all this movie is pretty disappointing. One of De Niro's worst films.
(de) wrote: there are some pretty funny moments in this film, but overall, not that great. couldn't follow the sub plots and wasn't very attached to the characters
(es) wrote: Vanity is fantastic (as usual) in this one, but she's really the only reason to watch this...
(br) wrote: I'm not even that big of a fan of Bukoski's poetry or the man himself. This movie is funny, sweet, cruel and, I think, very re-watchable.
(de) wrote: No comment on this flick!
(nl) wrote: One of the great noirs.Visually stunning and and wonderfully paced.
(ag) wrote: Disgrace to the game
(ca) wrote: reminded me a little of A Beautiful Mind, but not quite to the same calibre.
(de) wrote: -** minus 2 stars, it's that bad.
(gb) wrote: Classic and a must see!