Dana is failing Biology. To pass she must attend an extra credit assignment with several classmates that will lead them into a remote region of the Great Dismal Swamp, a place teeming with life... and death. While the group keeps one eye out for hungry bear, deadly snakes and lurking gators, they are unaware of the real danger. For the top of the food chain lives in a dingy cabin not too far from their campsite, and he has an appetite for human flesh
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Kurt A (nl) wrote: Brilliant dialog like "We can't do anything. Now let's stop this thing!" I think my favorite part is the end which is like a budget version of The Core. Another great quote is "This building wasn't designed for this!" Which was said as one of the Snorenadoes was blitzkrieging the HART building. Overall it was pretty bad.
Kaneda (it) wrote: [b]Mystery of the Necronomicon[/b] - Hmmm. This tried to be Hentai, and just turned out to be strong anime. Some of the blood was cool, but the story was meh. I couldn't bring myself to care about anybody. [b]The Longest Yard[/b] - Heh. This was actually pretty darn funny. [b]Murder Set Pieces[/b] - I can't believe studio heads give these people money. I mean, [i]really[/i]. [b]Lady Snowblood[/b] - Hell yeah. I just wish the action wouldn't have slowed down in the last third, but this is still a very solid flick. Kill Bill should pay it more respect. [b]Richard Pryor - Here and Now[/b] - *ahem* *attempts best Pryor immitation* Now this here, is some funny shit!
Cem Regi Pixelmannen (gb) wrote: Real good, nice acting, but to slow in some scenes...
Jack O (gb) wrote: Snake Eyes! Even though my brother Daniel saw a person who is from Transformers in this piece of sxxt! The opening is boring, but I do like the sound effects and the part where Nicolas Cage says " To give you a br". It's just a boring boring film.
Jacob B (mx) wrote: Apocalypse Now is a movie that seems to fall apart as it goes along, ironically much like the main character. The opening, while odd, is when the movie is at it's best and sustains that for half it's run length but due to it's formidable length it can't hold itself for too long. The action is exhilarating but the ending is unsatisfactory and not level with the highs of the first and second acts. Still, Rise of the Valkyries is pretty awesome.B
Tristan P (de) wrote: Probably Jesus Franco's best film (although I've only seen about 20 of his 200 or so films...) and one of the four of five best erotic vampire movies I seen.
Alan W (us) wrote: To simply call this classic a rom-com would be an understatement and unfair to the performances of Hepburn & co., not to mention William Wyler's fluid and playful direction. A charming film with a wonderfuly bittersweet ending that feels genuine and right - how ahead of its time!
Shane S (nl) wrote: what an odd movie. still, I got to see a helicopter chase a samurai. so I can check that off my list.
Lisa S (fr) wrote: Another wacky movie from Troma! I liked it in some scenes, and didn't care for others. It really is a creepy movie, though. I liked the climax of the movie, but I didn't understand the very end of it, it confused me. Overall, an okay horror movie.