A French comedy with comedians Eric & Ramzy made by Quentin Dupieux a.k.a. Mr. Oizo.

When Robert, a steak, realizes he's wrong, he calls the cops. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Steak torrent reviews

Al H (nl) wrote: A film that must be seen in the darkness for better effect for its creepy atmosphere.

MikkEL G (kr) wrote: it is so awesome is the best movie almost the best movie I've ever seen

Ralph R (nl) wrote: I'll eat an Irish grape farmer's Scottish terrier before I watch this eggnog-o-rama.

Paola (au) wrote: Magnifico final que se burla de quienes se aprovechan del poder y a ti te deja boquiabierto...


Will L (ca) wrote: Peter Jackson has certainly improved as a director since his debut, but 'Bad Taste' is a clever, blood-soaked, and outrageously funny sci-fi/horror film that makes full use of its goofy premise and miniscule budget. It has a certain homemade charm that makes it strangely endearing, demented as it is.

Casey H (it) wrote: A very challenging film. Moments of supreme beauty juxtaposed with moments of extreme horror make this movie such a unique and uncompromising journey. The movie is often called a Spaghetti Western but its only similarities to the genre are the setting, the Italian production, and the actors, with stand-out Spaghetti stars Fabio Testi and Tomas Milian. People expecting action will be disappointed, as this is really much more of a drama and character study told in the style of a "Road Movie". Fulci sends his characters in to scenes of unimaginable hell, and there are some truly disturbing moments, even by today's standards. But to Fulci's credit, the film has some very touching moments that rise above even the most terrifying sequences, particularly the entire scene based in the mining town. Overall, a fantastic movie about downtrodden outcasts triumphing over unimaginable adversity. The beautiful 70s soft-rock score is very effective and Fulci provides the best direction of his career. Highly recommended.

James K (mx) wrote: This is a classic example of a bad movie. "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" does everything wrong that concerns film production. The acting is terrible, the dialogue is terrible, and more importantly, the special effects are terrible. Yet it's enjoyably cheesy. When you watch it for the first time, you can't help but laugh at what is going on in the film. Oh, it's bad all right, but rest assured, you can get a chuckle here and there. "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" is a bad movie, but it is definitely worth viewing.The story is that the children of Mars have become depressed and have not experienced any fun whatsoever. So the Martians come to Earth and kidnap Santa Claus to bring joy and laughter back to the planet. That's pretty much it."Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" is just as silly and stupid as it may seem. The story is executed poorly. Santa Claus does not conquer the Martians, he only brings joy and happiness to the planet. The dialogue is terrible as it sounds like the actors are forcing it out of their mouths. Oh the acting; it's as bland and awful as it can get. There is no effort or amount of seriousness into the movie from the actors. There's even a moment at the beginning of the film where you can clearly tell that there is someone inside a polar bear and a robot suit.Speaking of the special effects, everything looks fake. Take the aforementioned robot and polar bear; they are so cheap, it looks like you can see the actor inside the suit. Yes, this movie was made on a low budget, but come on, at least put some effort into the production. In fact, most of the costumes look like they were bought at a custume store. The use of stock footage is cliched and the actual effects look like they were made out of cardboard. "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" is a notoriously bad movie.Yet it's friggin' hilarious! This is one of those movies you just need to see to believe, and laugh at the absurdity of it all.In conclusion, "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians" is bad, but you will still get a laugh for what it's worth.

Dan S (nl) wrote: This is a great film and proves the Jean Seberg was the perfect choice for the role of Joan! You can't really watch Seberg and feel like anyone else could have played the role. The film was a disaster not because of Seberg, but that it questioned the authority of the church.

Lucas M (es) wrote: The Heartbreak Kid has mostly (humorless) laughs without any real substance.

Brad D (au) wrote: Robert Quarry stars as a transplanted European vampire taking up residence in Los Angeles circa 1970. I think that says it all right there. Check out the sequel, too.