Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown
A chronicle of the life, work and mind that created the Cthulhu mythos.
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Cosmin I (fr) wrote: Barracks charisma comes forth but genuine chemistry between the leads is lacking. A passable effort
Matt M (fr) wrote: The only reason to watch this is Tim and Eric
Todd L (gb) wrote: As over the top as Phonebooth before itNot unique but definitely different Woods playing is more believable than the girl's singing Ending is odd
Fernando B (gb) wrote: The movie doesn't try at all to make us care about it's main character. Besides maybe the lovely scenes with Romain's grandmother, what is left is a distant take on mortality and man's need to procriate, a not-so-acid critic of the hetero family, loose scenes with no meaning and a complete lack of real emotions.
Ty P (us) wrote: What starts out as a cluedo, who-did-it, thriller; quickly cracks up into a mish-mash of dreadful acting, lazy direction, and an impatient wait just to see how it ends.
Jules D (kr) wrote: i totally loved this film! its absolutly my kind of favorite movies.. full of surrealism.
Will D (us) wrote: Close to great British gangster flick. Give it a look.
Vanya M (ru) wrote: Confident work ,harrowing film
Carlos I (us) wrote: Decent adaptation of a superior graphic novel that had a very interesting take on the case. I expected a bit more grit from the Hughs brothers, but they still delivered a pretty good movie.
Pablo G (us) wrote: 3.3/5Mostly unbalanced specially in tone, but for people looking for a gritty film about grittiness, it feels as strange and complete as the subject it attempts to develop, sometimes doing it correctly, other times not.
Jaime R (br) wrote: David Mamet's got quite a cool style for films like this one.
Michael D (fr) wrote: Hello Nouvelle Vague pleased to meet ya. An engaging, stylish film with good performances and visually impressive. One of my favourite things about this film is how it lent its name to one of the most famous folk clubs in London in the 60's - Les Cousins was the launching for Bert Jansch, Ralph McTell and many others. The clientele and performers however thought the owner of the place was a guy called 'Les Cousins' - (pron. Lezz Cuzzins), a fellow they mysteriously never met...
David D (mx) wrote: It has an old-fashioned charming simplicity just not enough substance