As he helps a young artist with her upcoming exhibition, the owner of a mannequin shop's deadly, suppressed desires come to the surface.

At night, Los Angeles becomes noisy noisy and excitement, but at empty streets, there is a lonely guy hunting. His preys are girls. Frank owns a mannequin store. His mannequins always lively and beautiful. Anna is a photographic artist. She want Frank to help her on an exhibition and they become close friends. Slowly, Anna have a feeling that Frank becomes more and more mystery. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Don S (ca) wrote: This is an odd indie romantic drama that is confusing and leaves you with lots of questions. The questions are not about deep philosophical issues or ideas of import to the world; they are about what you just watched and what was it trying to convey - not good for a movie. Other than the adorable Olesya Rulin, there isn't much to recommend here. I don't even want to research this hokey disorder.

Ginger C (au) wrote: a fun exploration of the Japanese concept of Kami--older sisters collect and recycle objects from the trash and treasure them. They are content until "Knit Again" shows up--the embodiment of the red yarn.

Baurushan J (us) wrote: The casting of John Connor from T2 has made one interestingly brilliant comeback for the fourth time. The story takes place in a polluted mining town on an Indian reservation about Jimmy Cuervo played by Edward Furlong who is murdered along with his girlfriend Lily by a group of Satanists who hope to conjure the rebirth of the Antichrist. When the local Indian myth about the crow reawakening the dead comes true happens to Jimmy, he seeks revenge on those satanists that killed him and his girlfriend and dumped his body. Greatly casted that includes Tara Reid from American Pie, Western classic Danny Trejo as Lily's dad (think about it: Desperado, From Dusk Till Dawn, Machete, he's starred in like half of Robert Rodriguez's movies), Dennis Hopper as a Satanic brother named El Nino (may he R.I.P.) and UFC fighter Tito Ortiz and many more. This sequel brings back the violence and gore the first film had but in a new style as it's a modern-time sequel and the soundtrack is emotionally haunting just like the first crow movie starring Brandon Lee but it doesn't match up to that film even though this is the best sequel so far. The Crow- Wicked Prayer gets a decent 8/10.

Marco F (ca) wrote: IN THE BEDROOM is an excellent, innocuously-handled drama expertly acted by the whole main cast. The film itself, however, is far from innocuous. A really good story is well crafted and well made into a compelling story- I would like to see a second part to this film. However, the film could have been better, the filmmakers held back on the content out of first-world sensitivity to stuff that is difficult to stomach. Sometimes this sensitivity can still make scenes work, other times, the scene loses its effectiveness- which brings down the film quite a bit.

Devon W (au) wrote: A strong start that, by the final act, becomes derailed from flow and becomes a jokey dramatic mess.

LordBishop34 (ag) wrote: Not all that good a film, but not a bad film either. Actually pretty good for a Fangoria production. The film is boosted by the appearance of Bruce Campbell and Angus Scrimm. Scrimm is used actualyl quite well in his limited appearance. He is at is best in concise form.The filmed could have used more of Campbell and probably should have somehow been worked in as the lead and the new actress was not good enough to carry this film. Over all a solid film with a very predictable ending.

Sylvester K (fr) wrote: A depiction of the low lives in Brooklyn, featuring an excellent cast. The merciless and fierce atmosphere was presented with the well designed lighting.

Daniel S (ca) wrote: film full of despicable characters that I didnt care about, they were all either annoying, stupid or just crazy, to its credit the film moves pretty fast and is pretty watchable

Eshan W (mx) wrote: Seriously funny! Midnight Run is a delight.

Justin B (ag) wrote: A fun Halloween classic that unfortunately runs out of ideas towards the end. Also as much as I love the opening theme song, a large portion of the score is very grating and improperly used.

Acinom N (kr) wrote: A really good 70's horror movie.

Chris S (us) wrote: For anybody who has seen "Halloween," I would definitely recommend the sequel. It picks up exactly where the first one left off and wraps the story up well. I personally liked it more than the first one.