A scientist at a Florida university inadvertently creates a "rage virus" while performing experiments intended to restore dead brain tissue in baboons. When a journalist for the college paper breaks into the campus lab, he's bitten by one of the infected baboons; the virus soon spreads to a trio of rapists and a valley girl, all of whom go on killing sprees.
- Stars:Patrick Lowe, Cheryl Arutt, Sarah Buxton, Mitch Watson, Bo Svenson, Doug Sloan, Luis Valderrama, John Baldwin, Turk Harley, Jennifer Hingel, Barry Schreiber, Paul Bridges Thompson, Sally Carlson, Greg Schmidt, Mal Jones,
- Country:Italy, USA
- Director:Vittorio Rambaldi,
- Writer:Umberto Lenzi
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Primal Rage torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Three stories of basically different reincarnations. You just want them to be together but it appears they will do whatever they can to ruin everything. You will get sucked in and wonder why you were watching it until the end. It's a great collection of love stories.
(de) wrote: shirley jackson is a good author.
(es) wrote: Poor rip off of Buried where most of an Agent's colleagues and even his WIFE have become terrorists against their own country and set up an elaborate hoax to get info out of him. Terrible.
(ru) wrote: Mix feelings. People are not sure about Almodovar any more.
(jp) wrote: Reminds me of a low budget Hills Have Eyes...kinda
(au) wrote: One of the best Indian movies of all time.
(br) wrote: good movie if your in 2 art, pretty funny 2
(de) wrote: The Skulls is not a movie that I would have deemed deserving of a sequel, even a low budget straight to DVD one with unknown actors. I watched it as I could not sleep and was in a remote town that had 8 channels so it was actually the best thing on. Over dramatic acting, pretty much the same story as the first one, and unbelievable characters and twists. Overall it was not a very good movie in any sense.
(ca) wrote: Hot chicks...THATS IT.
(ca) wrote: Even as a fan of bad slasher movies, 'Valentine' is a film that not only makes you wish the killer would hurry speed up the pace of knocking off the film's vapid intolerable leads but also do us all a favor and turn around and start killing the film's director and screenwriters as well.
(fr) wrote: I love this movie, and I think it has great things going for it, but the ending is too poor to ignore. If the film ended more gracefully (and realistically) it could very well have been a 4/5 star feature. Instead, it is as if Lee forgot to write an appropriate ending into the script and had only a few minutes left to turn it in. What we end up with is a jagged final thirty minutes that deflates the balloon of enjoyment and insight we received from the film's first three quarters.
(ag) wrote: Its a silly movie....not so funny at all. But Nicole Forester is so beautiful...i just cant take my eyes off her.
(ru) wrote: This is one of those rare instances for me rating a movie to give it no stars. Basically it is not a 0/4 rating bit a ?/4 rating. In other ways, this very film is very confusing to review. Yes, it did have its moments, but other parts are inconvenient. Is this a good film? Is this a bad film? No matter how hard I think, it just doesn't seem to come up with an answer with this LA Post Office comedy directed by the INfamous Garry Marshall.My Rating: no star rating
(us) wrote: Could be worth a viewing, would like to see it sometime in the future.
(it) wrote: I may not even bother
(gb) wrote: Marsh Island, a small Louisiana bayou town, is plagued by mysterious mutilation murders committed whenever there's a full moon. They're blamed on rabid dogs, but local good ole boy Sheriff Aaron Whitaker (David Janssen) thinks otherwise. He investigates the crimes, while getting romantically involved with a wealthy chatterbox named Louise (Barbara Rush), who is from "The First Family of Louisiana" and has just moved back into the family mansion with her overly-protective brother Andrew (Bradford Dillman). Hmmm. As the bodies start to pile up and it is determined that whoever is committing the crimes is strong enough to tear iron bars out of cement to murder someone else in a jail cell, the authorities are lead to believe that the culprit is not entirely human. Couldn't be a werewolf, could it? The backwoods country folk include Tom (Royal Dano), a senile old coot who rants about the dreaded "lugaloo" and Lawrence (Geoffrey Lewis), the grumpy chief murder suspect whose brother was one of the victims. Super-tame made-for-TV effort; so tame that it takes an entire hour until we get our first on-screen murder scene? which the camera cuts away from at the last minute. Even more elusive than the blood-n-gore is the monster, who is not seen until the very end. When it finally does show up, you see why it took so long; the minimal make-up (designed by Tom and William Tuttle) is pretty awful. Thankfully, Janssen makes an engaging lead and makes it bearable. Based on the novel by Leslie H. Whitton.
(nl) wrote: Tamasha seeks to represent a different story with the normal Bollywood ending. Thoroughly enjoyable, as the characters role play are a joy to watch. Kapoor gives an award worthy performance, with aspects that each individual can relate to.
(us) wrote: Aardman really makes the best stop motion films, and Chicken Run is a good example.
(de) wrote: This is how insomniacs suffer - watching crap like this
(it) wrote: Stopping in the middle and starting again 6 months later took all the joy out of this.