A medical student (Steve Sandvoss) is working on a research project and discovers that he is able to reanimate recently-deceased mice. He takes a break from his work to go on a trip with three friends. He admits to his friend Sophia (Nicole Vicius) that he loves her – but shortly after this she falls into a nearby lake and drowns. Using the methods from his research project he is able to revive her, but the process requires that he extract the hormone Oxytocin from a recently-dead corpse. He murders two women, and attempts to murder a third, in the process of keeping Sophia alive. His actions arouse the suspicion of his friends and the campus police. In a twist at the end of the film, Sophia remembers the circumstances of her death, which changes the audience’s perceptions of the actions of one of the main characters in the story
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Ken S (au) wrote: "Machete" is great fun. If you loved "Grindhouse: I can't imagine why you wouldn't enjoy Machete. It is exploitation fun, with the over the top plot, cast, and action sequences. I was laughing hysterically just reading the cast at the beginning...Danny Trejo, Steven Seagal, Don Johnson, Cheech Marin, Lindsay Lohan AND Robert DeNiro? How could the film go wrong?! I enjoyed it for what it is and was meant to be from word one: over the top action schlock.
Stephanie H (au) wrote: very typical and boring plotline annoying much like the puppies lol the biker gang liked one of the younger and hotter bad guy
James H (it) wrote: Must be me. I am a Woody Allen fan and was bored to death with this documentary. Horrendously directed by Barbara Kopple, she has no organization on this, what a mess.
reece g (fr) wrote: a bad side to beano. I expected more
BJ B (kr) wrote: true story of a woman who had a tormented life
Darryl S (mx) wrote: Brilliant! Tremendously acted! Devastating in its impact! A great film!
Justin L (kr) wrote: Rather unsettling thriller from Mario Bava. This is one of Bava's better later films and, despite it's bleakness, one of his more restrained as well. The film is pretty unpleasant to watch, needfully so, and it feels like a non-exploitive Last House on the Left... with a woman being forced to urinate none the less. My biggest gripe here is the pacing, it pretty much takes 2/3 of it's run time to get any where but even despite this I never found it boring.
Private U (kr) wrote: really fucks with your head at the end
Andrew N (gb) wrote: I'm intrigued, and I like Dick van Dyke