Bordello Death Tales
An anthology film set in a brothel, Bordello Death Tales incorporates three shorts by young horror directors, linked by a sinister venue: Madame Raven's bordello. The bloodletting begins in James Eaves' The Ripper featuring a mild-mannered psychopath. The second story, Stitch Girl, is Al Ronald's homage to Bride of Frankenstein. The final short is Pat Higgins' Vice Day showing how a politician has developed a way of keeping his private life away from the prying eyes of journalists.
- Stars:Eleanor James, Tina Barnes, Sam Dacombe, Harold Gasnier, Stuart Gregory, Cy Henty, Julian Lamoral-Roberts, Danielle Laws, Natalie Milner, Nick Rendell,
- Director:James Eaves, Pat Higgins, Alan Ronald,
- Writer:James Eaves (segment), Pat Higgins (segment), Alan Ronald (segment)
Three horrifically gory tales - Stitchgirl, The Ripper and Vice Day. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bordello Death Tales torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: I have absolutely no idea how this fits in with Red Cliff......
(it) wrote: It is an absolute mess, but it still looks spectacular, has a great cast, an interesting storyline and some good gags, so the film certainly isn't a complete waste as you may be led to believe. A great one for a lazy afternoon.
(it) wrote: an improvement over hero of the federation but still lacked that certain something from the original
(it) wrote: it's one of the best buddies of december ever
(mx) wrote: Evil can be easily fought... with some salt. Includes a lot of slime.
(ca) wrote: Wonder what it would be like to spend a day in her head.
(jp) wrote: sounds like this would be a very good movie
(kr) wrote: this is a great movie from Charles Bronson
(fr) wrote: This is one of my favourite Jackie Chan movies but not really because of him. Everything Jackie does is pretty standard but both Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao (the other two dragons) are terrific. In particular Biao who outshines his two more famous colleagues with a more zany character. He steps out of the supporting shadows and should have become a huge star after this. One of the essential Jackie Chan flicks along with Police Story, Drunken Master and Rumble in the Bronx (among others).
(us) wrote: This movie reminds me of Humanoids from the Deep, in the way that it takes sci-fi/horror conventions of the 50s, in this case the giant insect/animal sub-genre, and updates it to 80s standards. But this movie has a lot less gore than Humanoids did. Overall it's an okay movie, but it could be a lot scarier.
(it) wrote: Dated. But a very good film that paved the way for many other High School films and TV series. The casting is great. Glenn Ford, Sidney Poitier ,and Vic Morrow all turn fine performances
(kr) wrote: this movie can get a bit slow but still pretty fun 2end one still better
(mx) wrote: Seal Team 8 is definatly the best of the Behined Enemy Lines series, but it still sucks. The beginning was not off to a bad start compare to the rest of the movie, and I was a little suprised but then it all went to hell during the boat chase. Stuff like that dosent happen in the military, or ever for that matter. Two times one guy should have died, but nope he somehow survives and can still fight. Holding on to the top of the dam after his boat exploded? Really that's like 007 or Indiana Jones stuff. Then right after a guy gets hit by a RPG and exploded in body parts. Why is this part suddenly brutal and realistic? Then the ending was dumb, the girl was a double-agent bad guy the whole time (of course) and the American soldier dresses up as just a regular guy and kills the bad guys. And the bad guys are retarded, they just fire all their rounds when they can't hit the American and when they reload he shots them. If this movie was 007 it would make sense of everything that is happening but it isn't 007. Its supposed to be a war movie. It reminded me more of the movie Sahara than any other war movie I've ever seen.
(mx) wrote: I've seen the anime, and it was very enjoyable. However, the movie removed many of the interesting elements, making the story bland. The first 20 minutes or so are pretty good, but then it becomes pretty disappointing. The characters are not developed to the point where you care about them enough during risky situations.The last 20-30 minutes or so are just cringe-worthy, to the point where I'd rather just skip to the end.Bottom line: avoid.
(fr) wrote: If you are going to watch Southbound, understand that you are agreeing to a, "Who will blink first?" challenge with its several talented directors, and you will not win. Even the brief segues that connect the omnibus stylized stories end up being unapologetically brutal, and rather difficult to shake. More so than anything you'd find in a similar style of films in the V/H/S trilogy, for example. This is dark, grisly stuff - and it doesn't pretend to be anything else. It's an exhausting experience, particularly one scene mid-movie that refuses to cut away from the most nightmarish surgical scene in recent memory, but it should impress enough to buy your favor, even if it does torment you - shameless - at times. For example, when compared to other recently released American horror films that tried to pull off this anthology approach, Southbound is a momumental success in that it provides enough so you can walk away with a coherent storyline, and connect each segment pretty smoothly. It just takes the whole run time before you start to figure out how each puzzle piece fits, (which might frustrate some), but I'd wager that veteran genre fans will be too distracted and/or disturbed with what's currently on the screen in front of them, such that trying to predict any sort of ending, even after completing 80% of the film, would be nearly impossible.