Shriek of the Sasquatch!
It's 1979 and Julie (Scarlet Salem, "Strip Club Slasher") and Nick (Donny Versiga) are on a road trip which puts them unwittingly on a collision course with Bigfoot. Will either of them survive to learn the secret of the Sasquatch? Pseudo-retro drive-in fun, complete with film damage. Filmed in 2010.
- Stars:Sarah French, Donny Versiga, Todd Cockroft, Ted Alderman, Laura Aust, Luc Bernier, Oscar Dukes, Mona Duvera, Lucien Eisenach, Alice Ford, Harold Ivey, Lanee Landry, Deanna Meske, Wesley O'Mary, Austin Platt,
- Director:Steve Sessions,
- Writer:Steve Sessions (screenplay)
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Shriek of the Sasquatch! torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: 2015-04-24 beyond excellent
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(br) wrote: The title they almost used for this movie was "Ben Carson: The Dude Who Is A Freaking Boss As A Surgeon In The Whole Universe". But it sounded too prideful.
(au) wrote: Kim Cattrall is simply amazing as 'Monica Velour'. One to see!
(br) wrote: Loved it. Camera work was exciting and frenetic, yet still totally comprehendible. If chaos cinema was done correctly. Sometimes the camera swirls in total 360's (even one 540) and everything still makes sense. Silliness and gun battles with an epic horse-ride chase at the end. Lots of Tarantino violence and blatant ripoff Leone plot points. I will definitely be rewatching.
(ag) wrote: de verdad que no acabo de encontrarle sentido a una pelcula mexicana que criminaliza a los migrantes.
(kr) wrote: really good in unexpected ways.
(it) wrote: the very first gay russian movie!
(it) wrote: The good points are the way it was done...Black and white animation. The bad point is that the script was typical done to death Hollywood stuff, also it was slow and kinda' dull at times. It was on my list and I've now seen it and I'll move on...No spoilers for this one, but if you like Sin City and Blade Runner; the concept might appeal to you. Watch it and decide for yourself or don't...
(ru) wrote: 2/21/03 - Igby Goes Down is an interesting dysfunctional slacker tale, kind of a modern day Catcher in the Rye. The dialogue was good, and pretty witty in parts. There was also good acting in a lot of roles.
(ru) wrote: I love this movie maybe for nostalgia but I would watch this movie forever
(es) wrote: Not as good as the firtst one but enjoyable.
(ru) wrote: O.M.G Thank God someone finally addressed this sub culture on film. Possibly the best bad movie I have ever seen!
(nl) wrote: If anyone can track down a copy of this flick... I would pay you so much money.
(ca) wrote: I hated this sappy movie with a dumb title.
(au) wrote: Anouk Aimee and Jean-Louis Trintignant are the two gorgeous and irresistible leads of Claude Lelouch's exquisitely intimate 1966 romance "A Man and a Woman", each of them a widowed parent who must overcome their tragic losses in order to find new love in each other's arms. While Aimee and Trintignant deserve all the praise they have gleaned for their naturalistic performances, it is to Lelouch, who did nearly everything on the film himself to save money, that the lion's share of the credit belongs. His frequent use of flashback and montage in lieu of dialogue for exposition is a marked progression in the cinematic language for its time, lulling the viewer into a conducive state of relaxation, but not boredom. This narrative approach combined with Lelouch's technical form, which famously predates the 1970s aesthetic that the film wears so stylishly on its sleeve, makes the until-then unheard-of director a rather influential one. The alternating between black-and-white and coloured film stocks is seemingly arbitrary, but Lelouch's hand-held framing achieves a level of intimacy with his two leads that is invaluable to the piece. His probing compositions capture moments and images as Hollywood never could, be it a quietly magnificent sunrise or Anouk Aimee's beguiling smile.
(it) wrote: Hoped for more (14) LIBRARY
(au) wrote: Better than the original
(nl) wrote: Although the acting was first rate, this film is dark and disturbing. On a positive note, the subculture Romper Stomper depicted, was not shown to be something appealing or desirable.