Jhanga (Ajit) is a cruel, brutal, and heartless dacait, who has terrorized the entire countryside. The police are unable to capture him, as he has several hideouts and nearby villagers are afraid to give out any informaiton, fearing the reprisal of his wrath. A black cloaked horseback rider (Feroz Khan) is looking for Jhanga, to avenge the death of his dad, a judge (Satyen Kappu) who had convicted and sentenced Jhanga, however, whenever he comes close, Jhanga manages to escape. Then five men, all petty criminals, come to claim the reward for handing over Jhanga to the police. These five men do not trust the horseback rider, and will not have anything to do with him. While these men waste time who gets to Jhanga first, Jhanga is safe in his hideout, planning more attacks on the hapless community. Will Jhanga ever be apprehended?
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Saif S (au) wrote: I am so sorry Allyn, such a bad start for ya.
Trey B (ag) wrote: Fun action flick, just turn your brain off for a few hours and grab some popcorn.
Timo S (fr) wrote: Just another high school film. All the cliches packed in a neat package, which is probably also the point of the film. A bit too generic for my taste.
Kirian Y (nl) wrote: remarkable as a movie from hong kong. nice atmosphere created, the first part totally caught all of my attention while i was multi-tasking. and i think the most disturbing part of this whole movie is how the muderer is actually innocent and naive as a person who kills out of basic instinct while the cops are corrupted,
Jocelyn R (nl) wrote: love this movie funny
Robin M (es) wrote: the best horror ever
Jennifer T (br) wrote: This reminded me of "The Eye" because both of the protagonists play a violin and have eye surgery. It's a 90's movie but a good one.
Brad G (ag) wrote: Vincent Price! Christopher Lee! Peter Cushing! Uh.........All three have very little screen time in this film so if that's why you're tuning in (what other reason could there be?) than don't even bother. I do like the jogging opening credits with its ridiculous freeze frame and jazzy 60s score and I found the jogger's diminishing story to be kinda fun, but for the most part Scream and Scream Again is an utter bore until the Pricetastic climax. VF.
Calum B (us) wrote: The patient is Francis Bigger, played by Frankie Howerd, and the line is a sly reference to the funniest scene in Carry On Nurse. It's probably the cleverest line in Carry On Doctor. Like Carry On Nurse, Carry On Doctor takes place in hospital and, as the movie says, is a bedpanorama of hospital life. The long-running Carry On movies were bawdy, low-comedy, good-natured madhouses that featured a repertory company of comics we came to recognize instantly. Here, the company is made up of Kenneth Williams, Jim Dale, Hattie Jacques, Sid James, Joan Sims, Charles Hawtrey, Barbara Windsor and Bernard Bresslaw, among others. They play the patients, the doctors and the nurses at Finisham Hospital. If you relish jokes about bedpans and hernias, where any possible activity below the waist will wind up as corny, corny jokes or wheezing double entendres, Finisham is the place to be. Says Dr. Kilmore (Jim Dale) to Francis Bigger, "Just as I thought. You fell on your coccyx." "I did not," says Bigger, "I fell on my back." "Your coccyx is at the base of the spine," points out Dr. Kilmore. Says Bigger, "Well I've never heard it called that before." A Carry On hospital movie always has lots of nubile nurses assisting the longing denizens of the male ward. "Nurse, I dreamt about you last night," says a hobbled Ken Biddle (Bernard Bresslaw) to the stacked Nurse Clarke (Anita Harris). "Did you?" she asks? "No," Biddle says, "you wouldn't let me." And of course we have to deal with the Matron, a large woman more indomitable than a battleship, who knows how to keep any male quivering at the thought of one of her enemas or her ice baths. Has a matron ever been played as perfectly as Hattie Jacques? Her matrons always know what they want, and in this movie, Matron wants Dr. Kenneth Tinkle (Kenneth Williams), the hospital's chief physician. "Matron," Dr. Tinkle says, "you may not realize it but I was once a weak man!" "Doctor," says Matron, "once a week is enough for any man!" Who cares what the plot is when we have lines like these? We even have Charles Hawtrey who, in film as well as in life, raised mincing about to an art form, playing a father-to-be suffering from false pregnancy symptoms. It's a small, unlikely and vivid bit. The whole movie is a funny, gently off-color and totally innocent experience...such as the small boy who swallowed half a crown and was taken to hospital. Two days later the boy's mum asks the doctor, "How's he doing?" "Sorry, missus," the doctor says, "there's still no change."
Kevin R (ag) wrote: What is that on the back of your neck? A local sheriff discovers an odd spacecraft in his village. Shortly after the spacecraft is discovered, strange wormlike creatures appear from the Earth and begin invading people?s minds turning them into zombies. What is in the spacecraft and why is it causing people to turn into flesh eating zombies? ?If you cut a snake in half, the two pieces go off in separate directions.? Bruno VeSota, director of Female Jungle and Invasion of the Star Creatures, delivers The Brain Eaters. The storyline for this picture is straight forward and classic 50s horror (i.e. lame special effects and action scenes). The acting is also a bit cheesy and includes Ed Nelson (Swamp Women) and Leonard Nimoy. ?The smartest thing for us to do is get out of here.? The Brain Eaters is currently airing on AMC (I watched this when I first woke up this morning). This movie is only about an hour long and was a bit better than I anticipated and is better than most 50s science-fiction/horror pictures. The acting was solid and the film was entertaining. I would consider this an average film worth viewing but not worth owning. ?There is something out there. I can hear him breathing.? Grade: C-
Diana S (fr) wrote: For such an obvious low budget,[b] Fear of Clowns[/b] was really quite good. The story follows an artist who paints scary clowns. That?s all well and good until a scary clown starts killing those close to her. The acting is bad, but I?ve seen worse and sometimes the dialogue had me shaking my head and/or giggling. But the director, Kevin Kangas (?Hunting Humans?), has some real talent, even if this is only his second straight-to-video release. Also, the final showdown takes place in a movie theater, and you know those are really creepy late at night. Side note: a sequel is in the works for 2007, also releasing directly on video. I?ll be there. [b]Howl?s Moving Castle[/b] has all of the things I?ve come to expect from Hayao Miyazaki (?Spirited Away?), magic, heart, humor and beautiful, breathtaking animation. This story is about a young woman cursed with an old body by a witch. Her only chance at being returned to form lies in seeking the help of the vain wizard, Howl, and the other interesting inhabitants of his walking castle. I didn?t find this film as crazy or heart wrenching as Spirited Away, but I was still drawn into the story. And I love Miyazaki?s world where magic is everywhere and anything could be a prince under a curse.