Goke, Body Snatcher from Hell
The survivors of a plane crash in a remote area are attacked by blob-like alien creatures that turn their victims into blood-thirsty vampires.
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Syrus G (es) wrote: another femenistic movie...oops!
Michael C (fr) wrote: Great performances from the whole cast. Though, it can leave you a bit blue knowing that a film is over and that you won't be seeing these folks again. Luckily however, there's a follow up TV series based on these characters to keep you engaged. I'm enjoying it so far.
Blissca B (ag) wrote: dont really like it..
Jenn T (fr) wrote: Wow. Seriously powerful movie.
Bill T (it) wrote: Overly long, and a bit plotless, but McDowell is great as always.
Kenneth L (ag) wrote: Unfortunately, you'll probably never see this movie. Despite the fact that it won pretty much everything at the French equivalent of the Oscars when it came out (although it is in English) and has a bunch of famous actors and was directed by Alain Resnais, this movie has largely for whatever reason been forgotten, and is not available on DVD in America. I only got to see it on a worn-out VHS copy because of a film class I'm in. It's too bad, because this is one heck of a weird and interesting movie. It starts off seeming somewhat dour and serious, but eventually turns out to be insanely postmodern and wacky. This review would theoretically spoil some of the movie for you, but like I said, you'll probably never see it anyway. The movie was written by an English playwright named David Mercer, but it has enough layers of meta playfulness to have been written by John Barth. It starts off with an English soldier (David Warner) being prosecuted by snarky lawyer (Dirk Bogarde) after he mercy-kills an old man apparently turning into a werewolf. Then, the lawyer's unhappy wife (Ellen Burstyn) tries to seduce the soldier. Then, we find out the lawyer is having an affair with an old woman (Elaine Stritch, aka Jack's mother on 30 Rock!) who looks like his dead mother. At some point, we eventually figure out that none of these people actually exist - they're all just characters in a story being drafted in the head of an old, sick, dying English novelist (John Gielgud). Then some other weird stuff happens that I can't really even describe to you.So, the movie goes back and forth between the novelist in the "real" world, and the characters he's messing around with in the fictional one. We can see his direct interference, as when his voiceover tells a character to say something, and then they actually say it; or when he suddenly decides the characters should be in a different place and, poof, they magically are. Their story becomes impossibly tangled and weird, and it all starts to take on additional dimensions when we realize that these characters weren't randomly generated, but may actually have some connection to the novelist's life.The only actor who gets a consistent character to play throughout the whole film is John Gielgud, who gives a great performance. The other actors are all subject to the whims of the plot, but they mostly are very engaging and often funny, especially Bogarde. Resnais's direction is visually quite clever, and he has a grand old time breaking every continuity rule in the book. If you ever get a chance to see this movie, take it, because it's super-weird and not quite like anything else.
Sharyn H (ca) wrote: Interesting movie about the Manson Family. Davies was phenomenally good as Manson; so much so, that I frequently wanted to slap him silly - here's an actor who's fully in touch with the concept of minute detail and the tiniest of nuances! It's not hard to see how such a charismatic character could draw others to himself, and eventually make them perform such horrendous acts as the real Manson did.
Dave H (us) wrote: Where the original film was intense and thrilling and this one is naff and cheesy as hell. The social commentary works, and is often fun, but is SO SO SO obvious. The cheesy humour and dark ending probably make it better than all but the original film in the original franchise, but that ain't saying much. Best things about it are McDowell's and Hunter's still charming perfs, and the early 70s LA settings. And that it was one of the earliest time-travel inspiring blockbusters.
Greg W (de) wrote: gr8 cast good thriller
Jarrod M (mx) wrote: I should have asked those who recommended this to me specifically about whether or not it is a movie with a plot to watch, or just a nice long concert piece. The concert bits are cool, when you know that you are watching a concert. It took me three or four full songs into to realize that I was not watching a film that had a plot or anything other than a concert to pay attention to. WITH that knowledge, this is a fan-flipping-tastic concert film. It feels like being at a concert as much as it can while sitting at one's desk, and I bet it was mind blowing watching it in the theatre. Whatever you do, DO NOT WATCH THIS unless you mean to watch a really well shot and professionally produced Metallica concert.