Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College

Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College

A college teacher brings the little creatures back to his campus, where they proceed to terrorize the faculty and students.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:1991
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:sequel,   ghoul,   toilet,  

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Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College torrent reviews

SteL P (jp) wrote: Really funny!Laetitia Casta is amazingly good!Too bad that Sylvie Testud's storyline isn't further told.

Jarrett G (au) wrote: Exceeded my expectations. Funny jokes and well composed. Maybe could have been trimmed down in length.

Rico R (br) wrote: Not horrible. Highly derivative. Interesting in spots. Not terribly compelling. But an interesting, if not really great, dramatic performance by Jean Claude VanDamme. I can't deny that he has grown as an actor. Even if its not by leaps. Worth seeing.

John W (it) wrote: I'm not typically a gory, slasher fan, but Hatchet II, directly continuing from the end of its predecessor, is tongue-in-cheek funny and so full of inventively over the top kills, it's worth a watch and a chuckle.

Kathryn R (ru) wrote: "George Bush doesn't care about black people." said Kanye West. Obviously not, as illustrated in the film's first-hand point-of-view. The level of poverty, lack of education, literacy, struggle, and desperation of the people who were most affected by Katrina is prevalent. However, at times, I couldn't help feel but that Kimberly Williams was trying to launch a would-be rap career. Perhaps such was the point: to illustrate the level of desperation of she and her family.

Chris S (it) wrote: The best of Bruce LaBruce's films, this is everything that revolutionary films, as well as queer films, tried so hard to be: rebellious, disruptive and against the norms of society. Anything really non-conformist and revolutionary is a fave of mine. And it doesn't hurt that the cast consists of gay porn actors and all of them are hotties. Never mind the amateur acting which is to expected from porn actors; this is the closest to revolution that this century will ever have.

Kevin L (br) wrote: A strong movie, but does not consider anything else besides the point it tries to make

Tom T (ru) wrote: Can't wait to see this!

Dave S (us) wrote: Loony, yes, but a dull sort of lunacy. It's actually structured sort of like "Super Mario Brothers": you know the objective is to save the girl, but there's no logic or flow from level to level. You keep moving forward, you see new things, but you don't really learn anything new or get too much of a story. The set pieces and costume design suggest that there was some level of planning at work here, but so many scenes seem ad-libbed, the kind where people keep talking to fill the time but no one says anything particularly substantial.

Faley A (gb) wrote: Grade A quality movie where story is very simple and no complication, but direction, acting and expression makes this the best quality one. one of my favorite movies of all time..

Ian C (mx) wrote: The true story of a gang of American soldiers who kidnapp a young Vietnamese girl and repeatedly gang rape her as they go about a mission. Even though it is a very disturbing flick every time I seen John C. Reilly on screen I was expecting him to break into Boats 'N' Hoes. A Top performance from Michael J. Fox and one of Sean Penn's finest turns as the brutal Sgt. Meserve. A haunting score by Ennio Morricone.

Private U (us) wrote: Interesting, if over

Tolga B (us) wrote: two old lizards, Q and Carradine, battle it out.

Michael H (mx) wrote: Hard boiled cops, time travel, zombie Santa's, torture by tanning salon and punk rock - a throw it all in the mix and see what sticks 80's cult classic that, if it had a bigger budget, probably would have been a monster hit