How does a man react when he loses everything he loves? MR. HUSH has an answer: with brutal, terrifying violence. A frightening throwback to the slasher films of the 1980s, this is a classic horror flick that is hard to shake. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
How does a man react when he loses everything he loves? MR. HUSH has an answer: with brutal, terrifying violence. A frightening throwback to the slasher films of the 1980s, this is a classic horror flick that is hard to shake.
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Amelia G (de) wrote: One of THE best movies EVER!!!!!!!!! Almost as good as the first one!!!!!!!!!!!! =0)
Maryam T (ca) wrote: I don't remember this movie very well. I'm gonna see it again and then rate it.
Paul J (au) wrote: An absolute corker of a film. At the time we had just had T1 and then this appeared. It is non-stop action with a strong story.
Augustine H (au) wrote: "You've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?" That punk is really hateful! A pleasure to see Clint finishes him off!
Kevin R (ag) wrote: It's easy to see a demon in every dark corner.Doctor John Holden attends a paranormal research convention in London where he hears about local legends of a demon killing people by the train tracks. The demon is supposedly controlled by the occultist Julian Karswell. Can Dr. Holden prove if the rumors are true; and if they are true, can he put a stop to the demons?"You say show me. I say look for yourself."Jacques Tourneur, director of Cat People, Out of the Past, I Walked with a Zombie, City in the Sea, The Leopard Man, and Days of Glory, delivers Curse of the Demons. The storyline for this picture was kind of cool and the action scenes were entertaining. The acting was average for the genre and the cast includes Dana Andrews and Peggy Cummins."A magician doesn't like to expose his magic, black or white."I DVR'd this picture off Turner Classic Movies (TCM) during a Halloween movie marathon. This movie was actually better than I anticipated and I liked how they used the trains to introduce some doubt for the viewers. Overall, this is an entertaining cultist picture with several unique elements presented in this genre."Why must you die?""I've been chosen."Grade: B-
Chris S (de) wrote: The love story is, for once, believable, the audience is left wondering, and moral ambiguity reigns supreme. This is one of HItchcock's best.
Josh K (au) wrote: Fritz Lang effectively creates a sense of dread and hopelessness in the viewer as the eponymous telepathic villain cheats and murders his way among capitalists, aristocrats, and petty gamblers, while effectively subverting law enforcement for most of the film. Dr Mabuse is impressive for its diverse settings--you get extravagant clubs and mansions contrasted with the crumbling flats hoods live in, as well as a lot of nighttime exterior shots of streets and alleys in a nameless German city (if these were not on-location shots the film is all the most impressive for making me think they are). Rudolf Klein-Rogge's Mabuse is almost as creepy and potent as Max Schreck's Orlok. Clocking in at four hours long, the film (which was originally presented as a serial) is a little long and pays too much attention to a vacuous good-looking aristocrat who goes up against Mabuse.
John R (ag) wrote: 160801: 20th Bond Film. James Bond para-surfing in the North Atlantic was enough to ensure I'd dislike this film as much as the rest. I am going to endure the seemingly never-ending torture that is this series and see it through to the end however. Michael Madsen and the final catfight are the only memorable moments. 3 at most.
Nate J (it) wrote: This movie isn't as good as it's predecessors but still has some brilliant moments in it. So much so, I hope for a 4th. There were a few disappointing moments throughout but there are more moments that shine bright. It's brutal, violent but has lost the sex appeal it once had.