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The Monocle torrent reviews
Tuna M (us) wrote: A random, no beginning, middle or end story of a group of random people with different stories intertwining with one another through 10 bars in one city. It has a good script and a stellar cast including Danny DeVito, Carla Gugino, Rosario Dawson, Zachary Quinto, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Josh Hartnett and Robert Forster. A very odd but a smart comedy, a random as comedy.
Ingela Z (jp) wrote: This is a small gem of a film with a memorable ensemble cast practicing the best of low key modern American film acting style, a brilliant script, a great story that unravels like the best of mysteries and a solid, secure director who understands that the film isn't about camera moves and quick cuts. She's not afraid to let the camera sit unmoving, with a cruel, unsympathetic stand for as long as it takes to help the film breathe or to reveal a hidden moment. It's about moral courage, or more properly, the lack of it when a good and decent man succumbs to powerful social and psychological pressure and unwittingly sells out a friend and lover.
Kath R (nl) wrote: A wonderful film. Another fantastic cast, beautiful story and gorgeous cinematography.
Chloe C (it) wrote: Boring with a capital "B"!
bill s (kr) wrote: Very little interest in this vampire hybrid movie and that's after seeing it.
bill s (br) wrote: Finally Barrymore shows some chops in this fine twist on the classic story.
Russ B (ru) wrote: 3/25/2016: Ok. Forgettable.
Ashleigh S (gb) wrote: One of the rare instances where the sequel is as good as the original. The plot is unremarkable but it's still fun and has some great classic Whoopi moments.
Jason D (gb) wrote: In The Hungan (or rather, the unfunny title of Horror of the Hungry Humongous Hungan), a demented doctor fuses dead body parts together to create a monstrous human (even though it's supposed to be of witchcraft and voodoo legend) which kills the late shift hospital staff and goes on a town-wide, then woods-wide killing spree. The interesting part is a young woman, who keeps having nightmarish dreams and premonitions of this monster. After a night of partying, a group of young adults (including our supposed female lead) head out to the woods and are slaughtered one by one by this creature. The interesting thing is this story's surprise turn when the girl we thought was the lead winds up being a token notch on the body count. The real hero winds up being the clueless boyfriend whom most would normally consider to be part of the body count instead. That being said, nothing about this films acting, special effects, or direction could save it. Though being made in 1992, this gives off a horribly dated look that initially had me thinking it was the early-80's. I will say this film's corny attributes make for some LOL moments, especially the house party with the metal band, dancing youths, and a surprise visit by a PeeWee Herman impersonator (whose actually spot on!), as well as opening narration by the great Jack Palance (whose narrations have little to do with this film). How they got him to do voice work for this laughably bad film, I will never know. At least the end-credits outtakes make it look like these kids had a lot of fun making this film.
Orlok W (br) wrote: Seldom is this film spoken of and that's a shame. Impressively written and directed by Canadian filmmaker Sandor Stern (who is probably best known for scripting THE AMITYVILLE HORROR), this underrated psychological thriller comes as a rare and welcome surprise, especially at a time when Freddy, Michael Myers and Jason were hacking their way through theaters... A different sort of 80s horror--Psycho meets Flowers in the Attic... Don't be a dummy-see Pin!!
Brian S (gb) wrote: A very good and effective piece of found-footage cinema. I found it to be very entertaining,but of course, it's pretty long but when there's the climax, it get's creepy. VHS is pretty well done, the acting is very solid and the gore and scare meter is beyond The Blair Witch Project. But the shaky found footage style did give me a headack at the end of the film. This really makes me wanna see the second one. Clever movie and recommended !!