The Oily Maniac
A cripple takes revenge on criminals by using a magic spell that transforms him into an oily monster/superhero.
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Lucero C (au) wrote: One of the creepiest films I have seen in the last few months!! it does a great job working with creepy ideas and trying to figure out from reality to mentally. truly enjoyed watching this creepy film if you like a good ghost story!
Rob B (es) wrote: life is interesting to see the truth of matters, we fear to look at.
Dj A (gb) wrote: compeling! if you even like hip hop or graffiti a lil bit youll prolly like this one!
Zane T (it) wrote: The first Critters was a great, low-budget western meets sci-fi, meets creatures from outerspace movie that is was good just on what it was trying to be. The third installment which is actually the first of a two-part conclusion to Critters 4 (the one in space with Angela Bassett, with a body double in a shower scene, and Brad Dourif). Set in Topeka? but oddly, looking like L.A. even in the cover art, that's because it was filmed there, the critters somehow attach their eggs to a pick-up truck out in the middle of nowhere where all the main characters meet but don't know they will meet again later and the whole movie is about the Critters wrecking their havoc in an apartment building. While this movie is Leo's first movie, it is basically a supporting role. I'm sure he is grateful that he does not have a bigger role in this movie.
Spencer S (ca) wrote: An inner look into the South American penal system, and the role of political prisoners amongst the fray of the prison in general, Kiss of a Spider Woman is either identifying the wrongs of an entire country's political system or focusing on the imaginary and wonderful. Two convicted men share a cell, one wrongfully accused of crimes that have left them forgotten and wronged alongside a statutory rapist. Most of the film carries on between the two of them, as one of the cellmates is a political prisoner who watches daily as his comrades are tortured for information about the resistance and the other is a drag queen who wishes vehemently to be a woman and finally be loved. As we watch the political prisoner (Julia) take out his fury on everyone, including the drag queen (Hurt) it becomes clear that this isn't altogether about the political climate in Brazil, or the loss in that country as well as the infuriating lack of upholding human rights. All during the film, Luis Molina (Hurt) tells a story about a Nazi propaganda film he once saw, that was a romance about a French spy nightclub singer who falls in love with a Nazi officer, which is a story that seamlessly revolves around the existing storyline of Molina and Arregui (Julia). As it all unfolds the friendship between the two troubled souls becomes tender and loving, and they actually care for one another, eventually leading to the same sacrifices and acts of kindness in the movie Molina recounts. The fact that they do parallel each other is what makes the film beautiful and poignant, giving life and romance to a love story that can't be classified as such unless you see the same similarities between them. Though the film is a clear commentary on the Brazilian government and the wartime implications of its tactics to manipulate political prisoners, it's also a love story, a story of friendship and trust, and giving yourself over to a cause to change the ways of the world, lest you be eaten alive otherwise. It's really very moving and graceful, even if slow and without a flair, and having an inert style.
Karsh D (ru) wrote: One of my favourite Hammer Horror films. Peter Cushing plays a witch burning puritan whose two nieces have come to stay. One of them is drawn to Count Carstein and then all sorts of vampire action kicks off.Also starring Dennis Price this film is the icing on the cake of the Carstein trilogy. Smashing stuff!
Simon T (jp) wrote: A trully ground-breaking film of its day. Richard Attenborough directed a film that demonstrates the human failure of war.
Nicki M (ru) wrote: Not the best old movie i have ever seen, but pleasant enough for a boring weekend. Anne Baxter is the highlight.
Lucas M (br) wrote: Gone with the Wind defined Southern Dramas but the film hasn't aged well and it's long run time is cumbersome.
Charles P (mx) wrote: What was originally intended as a 30-minute special on teenage basketball evolved into a deep, complex, touching, and richly satisfying 3-hour motion picture with basketball serving as an introduction to study racial issues, social issues, and American education issues.