The Thrill of a Kill
After fighting with her mom, Kimsy runs into the woods to cool off, where she meets a friendly photographer. A day of bloodshed and murder follows...
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Marvin B (mx) wrote: A yakuza thriller that fails to bring an imminent chill.
Nikki D (kr) wrote: Standard lesbian/straight woman affair... affair. Watchable but nothing too set the world on fire.
Matthew J (nl) wrote: Cheap entertainment. Good rental, bad buy.
Vikram T (ag) wrote: i like the main story where they get stranded. good film. not a horror though.haha
Grant K (it) wrote: The f**k were they thinking?
Steve S (jp) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Private U (gb) wrote: funniest movie i've ever seen
Eric R (es) wrote: Such an amazing experience. This may very well be the most brilliant use of black and white cinemintography that I have ever seen. The alienation of the family created is fascinating and the film almost gives off this post-apocalypic type feel. This is definetly one of my favorite pieces of cinema.
Daniel K (nl) wrote: Face/Off long before John Woo. Sort of. Interesting story, good performances, good direction.
Miranda Z (de) wrote: The cast brings this movie - and its characters - to life. Although the narrative is lackluster, the themes are too heavy to have been dealt with well enough, and fuck, things are just flawed ... but these people seem like they could be real.
Sam O (gb) wrote: I love video games and animations and sci fi...this wasn't great, maybe because it's like an actual video game that it's slow and not enough dialogue like a game would be...but it's not the greatest sci fi film I've seen
Toni H (fr) wrote: I used to watch this alot with one of my former patients. It brings back memories that I will treasure.
Ryan S (us) wrote: Walker actually does a good job, with a better supporting cast this would have been a much more suspenseful movie.
Dan D (au) wrote: While it lacks a certain amount of depth, These Amazing Shadows is a good documentary detailing the importance of cinematic history.
Jeff K (fr) wrote: If you like racing this is a must see, the footage of cars of that era is wonderful and rare, as are the cameos from the F1 stars of he day. The acting is very good and the story is believeable.