After his girlfriend Nina dies in a car crash, Rob unsuccessfully attempts suicide. Holly wants to save Rob and has fallen in love with him. The new relationship faces a huge challenge when Nina comes back to life to sarcastically taunt the couple whenever they try to have sex. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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rick r (ca) wrote: 2012's "Dogman" is a low budget story around the legend of Michigan's Dogman. The film is directed by Richard Brauer, who does a really good job of navigating the issues of budget when telling this creature- feature. The film isn't so much about the actual legend per se, but more about a couple's farm and small community's deadly ordeal with the creature. Great horror story premise, with hit and miss execution-budget constraints withstanding.The story of "Dogman" uses the legend of the creature to create an ominous set-up, with a couple struggling between, what they believe to be the acts of delinquent relatives causing property damage, or some other force terrorizing them. It soon becomes clear just what the situation is, and Brauer uses some classic tricks to tease the creature on camera. Some moments work and others show up on screen as uber-cheap. Budget- I know. The cast, for the most part, give pretty decent performances. Oddly enough the most seasoned among them-Larry Joe Campbell-gives the least convincing performance. The story arc never really falls apart, leaving most of the flubs to technical issues with special effects shots, and inability to create necessary thrills when needed. The special effects are super low budget, when used, give poor quality and weak performance. Brauer does show prowess in his ability to create some suspenseful moments by leaving a lot of the creature off camera for the most part. Similar to how the werewolf creature in "Silver Bullet" is used. For the most part the actual effectiveness of the film's horror element comes from melodrama, creepy soundtracks, and the legend of the Dogman. There are better wolf-creature films out there that bring the beast clearly into the terror-zone but "Dogman" does give good story. It hits just below the 50/50 point with me personally.
Bill B (de) wrote: Finally wrapped up the last of the series that I hadn't seen. Fills in fun stuff behind the scenes, but ultimately wasn't anything that I felt like I HAD to have seen to enjoy the rest of the series.Well done and I'm happy to have seen it though.Worth a rental.
Marischa B (it) wrote: A psychological gore-fest awaits as the college students at Hammond Hall get slaughtered in their droves.What differentiates Boogeyman 3 from other supernatural horrors is its ability to deliver constant suspense - albeit formulaic - throughout its 90 minutes on screen.Critics of the film have denounced it as just another slasher fest with precious little to make it worthwhile. While the storyline is predictable, there is an element of psychological uncertainty that pervades the film.How can something not be real if we really believe in it?When a college girl named Sarah witnesses the gruesome murder of her friend, her life gets turned upside down. There is an all pervasive presence of evil manifested in the form of a demonic entity.One after another students who begin believing in the Boogeyman legend are discredited, until they start dying and it gets scary as hell right through to the bitter end...
Russ B (au) wrote: 6/10/2016: A pretty good movie with a great cast. The story was fun and interesting. Alba was wow!!
Benoit A (gb) wrote: Un bon film, la ralisation est carre, les acteurs impeccables (excellentes compositions de Berland et Dupontel), l'ambiance sombre souhait et le scnario plutt bien ficel. Le film manque juste d'une scne de fusillade/action ultime et d'un peu plus de suspense pour vraiment basculer vers un "heat" la franaise.
Aruni N (es) wrote: implausible and grandiose, especially the last third, but nevertheless entertaining as the actors are rather irresistable.
Itsuko H (it) wrote: indecent, trivial, and yet so funny
Private U (nl) wrote: This is one weird movie...not much happens in the first half, just a bunch of weird characters. The ending is so ridiculous and cartoonish, it almost makes up for wasting so much time....almost.
Cindy I (au) wrote: What a way to go. In Joan Crawford's last film, she plays a scientist who discovers and befriends -- in the interest of science -- a prehistoric man, This thing is godawful. But when I saw it I was with a similarly smartass bunch of friends and we had a blast laughing at it. Joan, a star of your magnitude doesn't deserve to end her career like this. But then again, you're a child abusing monster. Maybe being cast in this was payback for the bad karma you built up.
Matt Z (us) wrote: I liked M*A*S*H (Movie and TV) I hated this. I did hate the book too so there was little hope.
John T (ca) wrote: Sullivan's Travels is a delightful movie by Preston Sturges with a satire of Hollywood lifestyle and the importance of comedy in the life of people, a relief for a couple of minutes for those that do not have other sort of entertainment. Joel McCrea is very funny in the role of a naive director trying to find how the poor people live. Joel McCrae stars as a comedy film producer who is tired of making silly comedies and musicals for his studio. He wants to make films of social significance with a message about the troubles in today's world so he disguises himself and travels as a hobo to gather material for his next picture, a social statement about poverty. This is one of Veronica Lake's more appealing roles in her first feature role, although her character has no name other than "The Girl", as McCrae's traveling companion. Together, the two possessed excellent chemistry together.The supporting cast includes Robert Warwick, William Demarest, Franklin Pangborn, Porter Hall, Byron Foulger, Margaret Hayes, Robert Greig and Eric Blore were great as Sullivan's hangers on who repeatedly try to rein him to Hollywood, if for no other reason than their own selfish interests. After a lighthearted combination of drama and humor through much of the film, the film gets surprisingly dark in the last 20 minutes as McCrea goes through some very, very tough times. Sullivan's Travels is a very funny film with the appeal of Lake, witty comedy, while not being one of Hollywood's ham fisted attempts at making a movie with a message. A movie which can be watched by all - essential for those lovers of classic cinema. Overall, this Preston Sturges-directed movie is good stuff and a classic film that deservedly still has a solid reputation.