The supernatural shenanigans of the busty spell-casters from "Witches of Breastwick" continue in this sexy sequel that finds an ancient curse affecting an average husband because of the long-ago actions of an ancestor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Allen G (br) wrote: Not much to say about this one really- it does what it says on the tin. There are some surprises in there though, particularly a human element whereby we get a good idea of the difficulties of actually trying to pursue a career in competitive gaming and the social impact of this. For me, that gives this a little something more than just your standard documentary fare. Is that enough to convince people who aren't interested in the subject matter into taking anything from it though? Probably not but, hey, if you're reading this, you're already interested enough, I guess.
Tom V (br) wrote: Although the film starts out with unsupported myths and conspiracy theories, it picks up traction when it examines the tactics that oil companies use to drive up the price of gasoline!
Kieran F (mx) wrote: LOTS of good actors but....NOTHING worth saving here
Larry C (ag) wrote: Heather Graham cannot save this horrible movie with an awful story. Johnny Depp is bad.
Nate V (ca) wrote: Greater Good vs. the capitlist world. Human persona, infinite nature, finite human existence, human psyche, & existence vs. essence. Man's turbulent existence.
Donna L (au) wrote: I read the book last winter and only found out yesterday that there was a movie done based on the book. (Thanks Mom)
Jonathan S (ag) wrote: Children of men with cyborgs and nothing to do with patriotism at all. Also milk fixes anything cybernetic
Paul N (ag) wrote: The kind of quietly beautiful little modern English slice-of-life story which Mike Leigh does best, looking at the day-to-day life of a lower-middle-class family who make up in heart what they lack in material riches. Not nearly as painful as it sounds, as it is heartbreakingly honest, and filled with excellent performances by a killer cast - most memorably Timothy Spall as the weirdest pommy restaurateur you'll ever see.
Mark S (es) wrote: A key film in the British New Wave of the 1960s, this is innovative (necessarily so given the central character's wild imagination) and funny, and ultimately quite touching and sad. Billy is probably the best performance in Tom Courtenay's career, a quite pathetic character yet someone that in his desperation for escape from the mundane is in a way an empathetic everyman.
Javier M (ru) wrote: It's funny to saw this kind of stuff now.
Raji K (nl) wrote: Four friends decide to take a canoe trip down a river in the country side of Georgia. What starts as an innocent trip turns into a gritty dark drama as the four soon are fighting to simply survive. Deliverance features unforgettable moments that are referenced to this day in culture, for its shocking brutality. The four main characters all deliver excellent performances, and each turn in the river makes one wonder what will happen to these characters next. Deliverance is not a film for everyone by any means, but those interested will find that this film leaves a lasting impression.
Bud R (es) wrote: Unthinkable is one of the most thought provoking movies that deals with the ticking time bomb scenario and torture ever made. What makes it move in this direction is that it gives the audience all the questions (just a few below) for them to determine afterwards what is the right answer if they can at all? It is not politically correct because it actually makes the viewer think on their own instead of preach to them.(1) Would you torture not only an individual but their family in order to stop a bomb that could kill thousands if not millions?(2) Is it worth giving into a demand(s) of a terrorist in order to save life's as the clock is ticking away?(3) Where do you draw your lines and how do you determine what truly works?Watch this movie then tell me how and if you could stop the ticking time bomb with some form of morality?
Eric R (gb) wrote: Though director Kevin S. Tenney has faded into obscurity in recent years, he did start his career in the late 80's with two solid horror efforts. The better known of his films is his second feature, the tongue-in-cheek gorefest "Night of the Demons" but his first film, the more subtle "Witchboard", very well might be the best of the two. Considering how celebrated "Night of the Demons" is it does come out as a bold statement but trust me, the solid characterizations makes this come out a hair on top for me.While at a party, s smarmy arrogant rich snob brings a Ouija board and with the help of the luscious Tawny Kitaen (ex-wife of Whitesnake leading man David Coverdale, and she's best known for appearing scantly clad in his music videos straddling cars and such) they conjure up the spirit of a 10-year old boy. All goes well until Kitaen gets addicted to using the board and the spirit decides to turn evil, causing all sorts of poltergeist and exorcist shenanigans. Can her skeptical boyfriend learn to work with his arch rival, the rich snob, in order to save her from being possessed?For me, what makes "Witchboard" better than "Night of the Demons" is the characterizations and strong character arcs, which is a rarity of horror films of this nature. Many horror fans might find the first half of the film to be 'boring' as it takes time to develop characters. For this I applaud Kevin Tenney as his script truly got me involved with the characters and actually care about their outcome. The strongest part of his script has to be how our two feuding mails in the love triangle learn to solve their differences in order to save a human life. The twist at the end on who they really contacted while using the witchboard was also a treat. Well done Tenney!Tenney is also able to craft many scenes of shock, including and not limited to a scene where a guy gets crushed by selveral slabs of dry wall. It might be light on gore (something Tenney would amp up in his next film) but he makes up for it with so clever kills and chaotic climax which mixes supernatural and slasher essentials. To top it off he gives the audiences some great creative camerawork, the most memorable being a scene were our hero gets pushed out a window and a scene where he shoots the Ouija board at the camera with the camera going through the bullet hole!It may not be as gory or over-the-top as "Night of the Demons", but the subtlety works for "Witchboard"'s advantage making it an effective low budget horror film. Sure the acting can be shaky at times, but for the most part it's good and strong characterizations makes this for a more engrossing horror film experience and definitely one of the better horror films I've seen to emerge from the late 1980's. "Witchboard" is definitely a horror film worth hunting down. Like "Night of the Demons" it did inspire two sequels: "Witchboard 2: The Devil's Doorway" and "Witchboard: The Possession", which I have yet to see mostly for the fact that the second film is not available DVD.