This follow-up to Stephen King and George A. Romero's 1982 horror anthology features five new tales of horror: "Alice", "The Radio", "Call Girl", "The Professor's Wife" & "Haunted Dog". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
This second sequel to Creepshow (1982) features five new tales of horror: "Alice", "The Radio", "Call Girl", "The Professor's Wife", and "Haunted Dog".
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Nancy C (it) wrote: Guy Pearce was solid as always...Robert Pattinson was phenomenal in the role of Rey.
Michael R (ru) wrote: watched this last night and I don't think I have laughed that hard in a very long time!!! Everyone should watch this!!!
Allen E (gb) wrote: This is a well made drama with a dynamite cast. For those who follow this series, it is the one we were waiting for. Most have been waiting for Chief Stone to return. We got got our wish. I hope this series continues for a long time.
Allan L (br) wrote: You want to quit it... but can't and follow this story all the way to the end because it's so well played and told.
Wayne W (fr) wrote: Pretty decent view of the 80's for what it's worth, though nothing tops freaks & geeks, still I lived the cast, the era, the music, well worth seeing
Matty S (fr) wrote: Even if it is the only option to watch during a 10 hour flight, do not bother. What a waste of talent.
Alex R (ag) wrote: I think I can tell them apart...hmm
Jim M (fr) wrote: True story of Sir Ernest Shackleton and the 1914 Endurance Expidetion where Shackleton and his 28 men where trapped in Antartaca for 15 months. Despite the ice, cold, low supplies, low morale Shackleton managed to bring every man back alive. An excellent story of Adventure and survival in one of the most hostile enviroments on the planet. Excellent cinematography and a brilliant score. Kenneth Branagh plays Shackleton brilliantly. A little long at times but still defenitly a must see.
Scott M (fr) wrote: 13% positive is insane and the only explanation I can come up with is that a big chunk of critics just have a sizable stick up their asses.It's solidly funny with a decent plot. It may not be an art flick or the epitome of cinema but it's quite watchable and enjoyable.
Colby F (kr) wrote: A film so strange, yet so full of ideas that make complete sense to me, and dream-like that it exudes a breath of fresh air not delivered in films today. It manages to feel epic, despite a short 93-minute length, both grand and personal. Tilda Swinton stares directly at whoever is watching her, and I felt chills as her eyes met mine, truly shooting past the camera and out of the TV, into my very existence and possibly beyond. Orlando's journey is an odyssey, enchanting. More than a movie. 5/5 stars!
Julio G (kr) wrote: it was nice to see old new York as the backdrop of a story about finding your humanity in the face of insanity.