A gruesome and innovative killer stalks college students (Laurie Lapinski, Stephen Sachs, David Snow) who gave up their vacation to help clean out a dormitory which is to be demolished. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Dorm That Dripped Blood
A crazed killer stalks college students who gave up their vacation to clean a deserted dormitory.
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Logan M (nl) wrote: really great movie does the book justice
Ally r (mx) wrote: Loved my Aussie actors and actresses <3 did an amazing job :)
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Christopher S (ru) wrote: Decent sequel. Cody Lambert body count martial arts flick.
Ted W (it) wrote: Great funny movie starring Bill Murray. I love the premece of a patient and his doctor trying to get along but never works out for the doctor but always for the pacient and let's talk about him, the pacient. Bob is just the funniest and so entertaining, at first I didn't think that Bill Murray could pull it off as a person with a mental disability and he pulled it off perfectly and overcomes his disability by having / mixing himself with a family and to me it's just perfect, a cry for a family. It doesn't slap it to the face because it's a kids movie but I'll use some technique I learned in school, indirect characterization where they don't slap a piece of information to the face but by how he acts, it's the little things. I would definitely watch this movie again but before that I never knew that this was a Disney movie and Disney I have a question or a demand, I know two different things but make another movie, I want to see Bob with Lily and being a psychiatrist.
Caroline P (de) wrote: A masterpiece to put it mildly.
Craig T (es) wrote: Very good and very bizarre
Bailey C (kr) wrote: Cannibal Holocaust is the kind of movie horror fans around the world like to ask their friends about: did they have the guts to sit through this movie that is supposedly "the most controversial movie ever made?"Cannibal Holocaust has the makings of what may appear to the viewer as a genuine snuff film because of its low-budget style and the way the film was shot. Using real tribes for authenticity's sake, the live on-screen slaughter of a number of animals and multiple scenes of graphic violence, torture and rape, it isn't hard to see what makes Cannibal Holocaust such a shocking and endearing film. Why, then, is the review for the movie less than one star?Most of what happens in this movie is pretty distasteful and the plot is kind of all over the place; it jumps a lot and it an be hard to follow at times. The horrific scenes that have generated and maintained a buzz about this movie for years are definitely disgusting, but when mingled between long sections of sheer boredom, the movie is easy to skip over. Using cringe-worthy scenes of animals literally being killed, tortured and eaten, Cannibal Holocaust offers its viewers an uncannily uncomfortable experience and an unclear storyline leaving the viewer to try to piece together everything that happens.Overall, this movie was nothing more than a jumbled mess that was tried in the courts for being a legitimate snuff film showing the brutal torture and deaths of a documentary crew.This is the kind of movie you might watch once out of curiosity to see if the hype that surrounds this film to the present day is worth anything, but it's certainly not one you would ever want to own on DVD or Blu Ray, and certainly not something any sane human being would watch more than once.
Sean P (mx) wrote: Great movie, but nothing will beat the original. Love to see Michael Douglas back at it, and LaBeouf does a great job taking the lead role. Overall, great movie that I've definitely seen more than once...
Daniel C (ag) wrote: An adaptation of a great graphic novel, commenting on the last few decades, with an enthralling style.