Five recent college grads go for one last vacation in the woods during the summer of 1984 and one of them is infected with a mad scientist's synthetic rabies virus. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Five recent college grads go for one last vacation in the woods during the summer of 1984 and one of them is infected with a mad scientist's synthetic rabies virus.
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Paul D (mx) wrote: A sympathetic telling of Howard Marks' story, but nonetheless highly watchable.
Christina Z (de) wrote: It was a cute movie.
Black F (gb) wrote: Makes Tarantino look mediocre. Miike is a favorite of mine, and this film is the film that clinched that. Nice mash up, and loved the django references.
Armando P (de) wrote: Wow, one of the best early 00's movies out there. Gyllenhaal, as always, nails it. Is this guy ever going to win anything? Come on.
Eric J (ca) wrote: This baaaaad movie was hilarious. One non-stop trashing of France and everything French. If you love this kind of biting farce (and I do) you'll get some chuckles out of this movie!
Corey n (es) wrote: This is a horrible movie. Between the acting and the story this movie was very hard to watch. The film only appeal for guys will be the constant female nudity. But otherwise this movie will hurt your brain. Skip it.
John W (ag) wrote: Peter Sellers' last great movie features him as the mentally retarded Chance, a gardener who goes into the outside world for the first time following the death of his benefactor. Chance is soon taken in by elderly industrialist Ben Rand (Melvyn Douglas, who won an Oscar for this role). Soon Chance's simplicity is perceived by the Washington elite as a profound brilliance. Shirley MacLaine is superb as Rand's sex-starved wife, transforming what could have been a foolish, pathetic figure into a sympathetic yet humorous portrayal. The film is a brilliant satire. It is not quite perfect however; the subplot of the President's impotence is unnecessary. But overall, this is recommended viewing.
Mark S (mx) wrote: Chen Kuan-Tai directed this tale of brotherhood starring himself and the recently deceased Jimmy Lung Fong. the story has been done dozens of times, but Chen Kuan-Tai keeps it well paced and engaging, and as always he stands out in the lead role. easily worth the 5 bucks it costs to get the recent VCD release from Joy Sales/Fortune Star.
Kevin R (br) wrote: If I am a dog, beware of my fangs.A Shakespearean actor and his supporting cast are frustrated with the reviews they are receiving from movie critics. They do not feel their competition compares to the quality of their productions...so they take their frustrations out on the very critics responsible for their bad reviews...killing them one by one. Can the local detective track down the band of killers or will the traveling group finally receive the positive feedback they feel they deserve?"You slept like a drunken hog through one of my best performances."Douglas Hickox, director of Zulu Dawn, Blackout, Brannigan, Sky Riders, It's All Over Town, Sitting Target, and the Giant Behemoth, delivers Theatre of Blood. The storyline for this picture is pretty straight forward and reminded me slight of The House of Wax (in a way). The plot is mediocre and some of the sequences are ridiculous but the murder scenes are awesome. The acting is better than average and the cast includes Vincent Price, Diana Rigg, Ian Hendry, Harry Andrews, and Jack Hawkins."Here comes my executioners."I watched this picture off Netflix because it starred one of my favorite actors, Vincent Price. This is far from one of my favorite Price movies as the storyline was fairly mediocre; however, the kill scenes were very good and I thought the conclusion was pretty good. Overall, I recommend seeing this if you enjoy classic horrors but I wouldn't add it to my DVD collection."There is no power in the tongue of men."Grade: B
Pera P (ag) wrote: For me, Saving private ryan is the greatest WW2 movie of all time. And possible the greatest most realistic war movie of all time.
Nabil G (br) wrote: Twists. Twists every where!Extremely well written movie... and extremely underrated.
Jennifer Z (ca) wrote: I actually experienced all 5 stages of grief with this film. Denial: No film can be this bad, right? Anger: What the hell is with the voice overs? The digestive juices of the bed don't stain the sheets? Bargaining: If I just get to see some bad 70's bush and drink alcohol, I'll be OK with wasting my time watching this. Depression: I'm sad because I don't understand why that guy is still in the wall. How depressing that people spent money making this.Acceptance: His hands are skeleton hands, that's to be expected from the yellow acid. The bed burps, of course it does, it just ate a huge meal. I accept this all because this film is hysterical.