Cheap thrills! It’s bargain basement horror time: a new drug is on the street, Ozone, it transforms the users into powerful mutants. Detective Eddie Boone is injected when a drug bust goes wrong leading him to fight against himself as well as the Ozone infected.
- Stars:James Black, Tom Hoover, Bill Morrison, Michael Cagnoli, Lori Scarlett, Michael Beatty, James L. Edwards, Jerry Camp, Mark S. Bosko, Wayne Alan Harold, Neil Graf, Leo Anastasio, Michael Kemper, Jason Andrew Norton, Parris Washington,
- Director:J.R. Bookwalter,
- Writer:David A. Wagner, J.R. Bookwalter
While ambushing a drug-dealer, Detective Eddie Boone (James Black) is injected in a fight against the dealer with a new drug called Ozone, which transforms the users in powerful zombies. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ozone torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Mostra de filmes latino americanos no palacio das artes
(fr) wrote: The last half star is missing because the only thing wrong with this movie is that i wanted more of it. Wow. Its unusual when you can watch an action movie 3 times and still find new things that are awesome about it. The last time, for instance I realized that the judge is basically the villain of this movie. He does not take his helmet off once... Yes! The dialoge is short, punchy and to the point. The violence is real, nobody gets shot off screen, you see the real effects of what violence does to peoples bodies. On that note, not only do you care what happens to the two judges, you also end up caring about their opposition, these arn't faceless mooks that the faceless judge is shooting, The film does, at multiple points, show you how human the judged are. So excellent, believable action, believable characters, believable world. Everything stays consistent in this movie thematically and practically.
(jp) wrote: A well done tribute to a great show with a few inside stories and a lot of but kissing
(fr) wrote: A provocative and challenging examination of issues of madness and the morality of war --- but sure as heck not very exciting.
(it) wrote: damn good movie but the first one is far superior
(nl) wrote: I'm not good at fairy tales, little boy, so just give me the happy ending.General Leslie Groves is in charge of the Manhattan project in nowhere New Mexico. A group of soldiers are in the process of building the first atomic bomb; however, some soldiers are reluctant to finish the project because of the mass destruction their efforts may lead to. General Leslie doesn't care about their feelings, he cares about getting the job done. Who will win, the emotional soldiers or the unrelenting general?"Doesn't that make him an unnecessary risk?""No, failure is an unnecessary risk."Roland Joffe, director of The Killing Fields, The Mission, The Scarlett Letter, Captivity, Vatel, City of Joy, Goodbye Lover, and the upcoming Singularity (Josh Hartnet), delivers Fat Man and Little Boy. The storyline for this picture is just okay but the characters are fairly interesting. The settings are perfect for the film and the actors deliver solid performances. The cast is impressive and includes Paul Newman, John Cusack, Laura Dern, Natasha Richardson, Bonnie Bedelia, and Dwight Shultz. "She's a known communist."I DVR'd this picture because it starred the infamous Paul Newman (that, and I had never seen this). I was pleasantly surprised this also starred John Cusack (I had no idea going in). Overall, I found this film better than average but a bit stale and boring at times. I would consider this a must see for Newman and Cusack fans, but I definitely would not add this to your DVD collection. You'll likely only watch it once."Everybody should make it but me. I'm dead."Grade: C+/B- (6.5)
(kr) wrote: Robert Altman is the director, but really he's taking a back seat to Sam Shepard, the star of this booze-fueled modern masterwork, adapted from Shepard's own play.
(br) wrote: For a brilliant filmmaker who kept paring down his style throughout his career, Dreyer's final film is a masterpiece of minimalist drama.
(nl) wrote: Although he went on to make much better films, Jacques Tourner's I Walked With a Zombie is not anywhere near a waste of time. There are some genuinely creepy moments (although they're repeated in other Val Lewton productions) and some very lovely cinematography. There's not really much of a plot to speak of and our leading lady has very little to do in the second half of the movie, but there's some good stuff here. Worth a late night viewing.
(us) wrote: It's PG-13. I just saved you two boobless hours.
(de) wrote: It's f***ing stupid as hell but I grew up watching it so for whatever reason nostalgia keeps pulling me back in.