In the future, an alien race uses androids as bombs to attack Earth. A government weapons specialist is accused of being one such android and sets out to prove his innocence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gary Sinise plays Spencer Olham, a top-secret government weapons designer who is arrested by a clandestine government organization on suspicion of being a clone created by the hostile alien race wanting to take over Earth.
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Surenthar T (br) wrote: Vijay has serious improved since Nabban a great movie, acting which keep you on the edge along with the story from start to end!
Leon B (jp) wrote: If you like music, then you'll like this documentary. And then probably go out & buy the soundtrack
Bryan D (it) wrote: Dont let these bastards fool you. The sun is causing global warming and theres nothing we can do about it. They are unreasonable to think that humans could have a larger impact than our own sun.
Shivam S (ag) wrote: One of the best ever sexual comedies in Bollywood. Just loved it. Love was never a fair game. Decent screenplay
Arry T (ag) wrote: Very silly and very entertaining - the kind of fun that will be ruined once it's changed and remade by Hollywood. The story is about four village cops who tried to create havoc in the village so that their stations wouldn't be closed due to an "increase in crime rate". Plenty of laugh out loud moments!
Kaci N (nl) wrote: This movie reminded me of a cross between a soap opera, a early 50s flick, and a war movie. It was pretty good though. :)
Anders A (fr) wrote: Cheesed up satire of sci-fi and nevertheless totally mockery of the american citizens. Guessing Burton made this, being totally aware of that nobody was gonna take it serious, he creates some different angels towards the mass-produced alien-invasions and alien-obductions. It reeks of parody towards the gone-wrong society as the destructive aliens, blasting it away laughing.
Alberto N (us) wrote: One of my favorite Star Trek movies. Great plot, acting and end. The action was just enough not over the top. This movie marks the end of the old Star Trek movies and crew.
Stephanie H (ca) wrote: love this movie its so awesome!!!!! ;))))
Jennie R (mx) wrote: I am sure I was supposed to like this film but I found it boring. Colin Firth, Cary Elwes and Rupert Everett were excellent in this film. They were all very young and unknown but you could see their talents plainly in this film. This movie lacked a connection for me. It did not make me care about the main character and his plight of being gay in a school that shuns such in inclinations. See this if you want to see a young Everett, Elwes or Firth otherwise, dont bother.
Joseph S (au) wrote: Sammo Hung versus the zombie. Some good action. No real horror to speak of, but entertaining. A bit like Evil Dead 2 at times but with occasional kung-fu.
Cyd W (ru) wrote: Strange movie and very intriguing. I found that I couldn't stop watching it.
Steve D (it) wrote: Fess Parker is a brilliant actor.
jesse p (de) wrote: Herschell Gordon Lewis was known for starting gore and now the 3rd part in his blood trilogy Color me blood red is my second favourite movie by him and of course Two Thousand Maniacs is my favourite horror movie. The director himself would go on to inspire Japanese director takashi mike with his ultra-gory flicks like Ichi the Killer and Audition and even Takashi himself is a fan of Herschell and his all-time favourite is Blood Feast. An eccentric artist is panned by a well-known critic at his opening for not having a good color sense, so he starts a new series, using his own blood to paint. Soon he is weakened and must find other sources of blood to continue his paintings. So he starts abducting women and starts using their blood to paint his new Masterpiece of blood and gore. I liked the story but it can be slow moving that's a fact but overall any fan of these movies would love it and the story is nothing but torture and gore, The whole trademark of Lewis. The acting is dread awful even in the trailer it's seen besides the gore and the narrator says COLOR ME BLOOD RED again and again. But then again it's funny to watch and I loved the female lead nothing but corny yet entertaining lines. The special effects were shocking for its time and are still brutal today besides how flat they are these days, The again I am not a CGI fan when it comes to this stuff so overall passable. And the music lyrics are awesome. Here are some facts I found. Director Herschell Gordon Lewis cited Roger Corman's A Bucket of Blood (1959) as the main inspiration for Color Me Blood Red. Filmed and completed in early 1964, but remained on the shelf for over a year over production, editing, and sales release issues after producer David F. Friedman terminated his business partnership with director Herschell Gordon Lewis. Shoot on a budget that's estimates around $50,00 dollars. Overall my 2nd favourite by Lewis and my final verdict is recommended for this 60s gore feast.