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Kevin F (it) wrote: Amazing... Amazing... =D !!! Best Movie
Saul P F (au) wrote: This film happened in real life and the victim died on live TV. And thats no comedy.
Mark K (us) wrote: i love guts and gore but this is pathetic
Elex M (jp) wrote: had some good parts but had a really bad script and bad actors
Duane T (nl) wrote: Good god i dont even think this one deserves half a star!! BAD ACTING only got about 15 mins in before we had to stop it!!
Victor N (ag) wrote: Not great. Basically trying to sell some nudity and not much other than that. Saw the film when I had nothing to do in Austin.
Megan B (jp) wrote: This is one of the strangest animated movies ever, in my opinion. Sadly,I found the good guys in this film to be flat and boring characters. Only the overworked fairy godmother was interesting, but only because she was sarcastic, which is unbecoming of a fairy godmother.The villain, however, stole the show. He showed the most energy out of all the characters in the film.The nightmare land was a visual feast for the eyes, with generous mixes of soft and dark drawings as well as cutout photos and pencil sketches. Kudos to the folks who designed it.I recommend this as a must see for fans of animation and people wanting an unusual family film, but be careful: the restoration cut has some swearing in it, and the nightmare sequences in the office could scare younger children.
Jack B (us) wrote: cool soundtrack by Jimmy Page, movie was a B pick
Brian C (de) wrote: Enjoyable and lots of fun. Vincent Price is such a great ham as a vampire invited a victim (who is a writer) to come to the Monster Club to get ideas for more stories.The anthology of tales are great, the jokes are cheesy and fun, and the music is great!
Jarrod M (us) wrote: This movie was a complete train wreck. I couldn't look away from the massive disaster of a film that was on screen at the time. The special effects, about on par for the late 70s, were layered, and heavy handed, so much so, it seemed like some one postulated "if there are too many things going on a once, then the audience will never be able to tell how horrible all of the things going on at once are at any one time" David Hasselhoff, and Christopher Plummer were in this, and they seemed to be along for the ride. Nearly every line delivered in old school Shatner fashion, but without any flair or style, just like it was being made up as they went along, or they were rehearsing and didn't have time to shoot the scenes again. If there were one flaw above any other, it is the pacing, the speed at which one or more characters comes to a conclusion, and then the whole party acts on that conclusion is nothing short of breakneck. This stands as a champion of nanar, as it is so bad, that it is good. More than deserving of the five star rating. This is aching to be rifftraxed, which is basically what I did while watching the entirety of said film. I HIGHLY recommend watching it. The full film is on youtube, if you get the chance.
Anil T (us) wrote: imagine something like Conan, but with bad kung-fu instead of swords. Bruce Lee wanted to film this so as to enlighten people about the spirituality of martial arts. the film would have been better if there was a little more action. OBSUCRE TRIVIA: I don't know if this is actually true or not, but i read that the flute that David Carradine plays in the Kill Bill movies is the same one as he plays here. Apparently Carradine kept it and Tarantino (who supposedly a big fan of this film) asked him to bring it and play it in his movies.....