A family goes on a journey to Africa to visit their father who lives with wild lions. Ravening jungle beasts assemble in flocks to invade an otherwise quiet home where they terrorize the visiting family of their keeper. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Scott Don J (fr) wrote: Good film...and considering I payed 2 at Asda it was even better.... :)
Nathan C (jp) wrote: An ex-swinger in the late '70s struggles with the disillusioning realization that somewhere along the line, he slipped off the revolution and crashed in suburbia. The film fumbles a bit with graphic depictions of sexuality which would sit more comfortably with the swinger generation than with the traditional middle class the film ultimately attempts to validate.
Lyndon G (au) wrote: The dialogue has quite clearly been written just before each shot, and this gives a certain feel. Each Dracula movie I like adds something to the palette, even if I am, as I usually am, a little underwhelmed. Here for the first time I see vampires as alcoholics with potentially violent dependency: if Dracula (Udo Kier) drinks the blood of an even slightly experienced woman, he has the most gut-wrenching, hospital-grade reaction. In hindsight I like this movie even more than I enjoyed it at the time, for the starkness... Thank you for recommending it, Jon.
Thomas B (de) wrote: Don't waist your time watching this flop!
Bruce G (de) wrote: Not a terrible movie but the humour was a bit too forced. I got tired of the kid with the potty popping up everywhere. It was somewhat cute the first time, but then it got annoying. The overly open mother played by Jane Fonda was a bit too much too. C'mon, what mother basically shows off her breasts to her adult sons and talks about penises all the time? A little realism please. And, of course, she turns out to be lesbian. What else could the writer do to make this family even more hip?
Wes S (fr) wrote: A bit too long, a bit too confusing, but it's still a fun watch. Craven tests the same waters again, and while the outcome isn't as successful, it still ends up being entertaining with clever characters and a nice 80's feel with the campy effects as a bonus.