Transylvania 6-5000

Transylvania 6-5000

Two reporters travel to a strange castle in Transylvania to investigate the apparent reappearance of Frankenstein, and encounter such kooky creatures as the sensitive Wolfman, the horny Vampiress Odette, as well as a whole cast of other weirdos.

Two tabloid reporters go to a strange land to check on rumors of monsters running amok. There, they encounter such kooky creatures as the sensitive Wolfman, the horny Vampiress Odette, as well as a whole cast of other weirdos. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Transylvania 6-5000 torrent reviews

Ahmad A (it) wrote: dadnapped is one of the shittiest movies EVER

Lyndon G (ca) wrote: I don't know if you'd call Conspirators of Pleasure erotic, but I'd definitely call it a perverse fantasy, or a club of perverse fantasies spindling their way through a little population somewhere in the Czech Republic like STDs or Secret Santa gifts. Conspirators of Pleasure is actually a silent movie with lavish sound effects, but you may not realize this for 15 or 20 minutes because it's so full of visual puns that are unanimously sexual. It's a little distracting.In a freak of fate, some friends and I rented this with Nekromantik, two movies on opposite ends of a cult video basement stocked to the hilt in Alexandria. Conspirators of Pleasure is shockingly rife with references to Nekromantik, a movie about two lovers who steal a corpse from a swamp and do dirty things to it until the girl runs away with the corpse and the boy gets depressed (I'm sorry, this summary could not possibly prepare you for what you'll see). Conspirators of Pleasures is buckets more subtle and inventive but actually, surprisingly, less sexy.Believe it or not, I think Amelie took a few pointers from this Svankmajer work on erotic sublimation and fetishes and--to some extent--derangement. Amelie is one of my very favorites in the world. I'm a simple fellow.If you like Amelie, Nekromantik, silent movies, visual puns, and the surreal, and you have a particularly Czech sense of humor, Czech this out where you can find it. Oh: I should mention that the visual puns I noticed were of the English variety (cocks, pussy cats, etc), and there were surprisingly many of them, but it seems likely that plenty more didn't cross the Atlantic (or the Alps, or much of Bohemia for that matter).

Karen D (gb) wrote: I saw this movie one night while flipping channels. I was mesmerized and couldn't turn it off. I enjoyed it so much I saw again and taped takes you to a place where one doesn't always want to believe you could go however, the sexual adedotes and dream fantasies are amazing. For those who dare to venture, this is one to see.

David S (ag) wrote: Starts off strongly with a very palpable sense of mystery that immediately grabs the viewer's interest... but then it becomes obvious and not as intriguing as its start. Solid performances and slick direction but the script isn't as clever as it wants to think it is... Mystery fans may want to give this a rental, others should just rent Hitchcock's "Spellbound" instead.

Private U (it) wrote: This is my all-time "cult" favorite movie. You either get it...or you don't and most people don't!

Jon H (it) wrote: second time round its better but its no chungking express

Chris C (gb) wrote: I knew Micheal Keaton was a great actor when I first saw him in Tarantino's Jackie Brown but my goodness he sure outdoes himself in this fascinating drama of redemption.

Dave N (it) wrote: It is just as choppy and bad-ass as the first. I loved it.

Olga C (ag) wrote: this was great- the music, the people dropping like flies in the beginning, etc. fun watch.

Jeans P (es) wrote: Though specifically a tribute to the difficult process of making a film, day for night conveys the familiar feeling, the satisfaction of hard work paying off brilliantly

Zoran S (au) wrote: I am glad that Criterion released this on dvd. It's nice to see the film with better subtitles and cleaned up images (though the print still seems rather damaged.) This is probably my favorite of Makavejev's early films as it shows him developing the complex montage style he employs in WR: Mysteries of the Organism. On a basic level, this is a strange documentary about the first Serbian talkie film (a film which is beyond awful). Like a lot of Makavejev, however, it is also a complex and dialectical essay: this time covering such topics as collaboration with the enemy, national myths about strength and freedom, and (implicitly) about the antagonism between the aforementioned national myths and communist ideology.

Jim A (nl) wrote: Some of the scenes make me uncomfortable since it doesn't look like many of the scenes involving the animals were safe for the animals involved. Otherwise though this is an absolutely fantastic classic movie. It is simply a boy and his dog and doesn't feel the need to add pointless villains or subplots. The Western setting is amazingly shot and the performances are generally good. It is an emotionally powerful movie that holds up fantastically today

Panayiota K (us) wrote: The romance stories aren't the best (especially for over two hours), but there are two cuties singing and dancing in sailor suits.

Arjun A (gb) wrote: Still makes me misty eyed.

Nicole G (jp) wrote: The cast was amazing....the lighting was not lolIt starts out strong but is not funny all the way through......

Paul J (es) wrote: "A movie about those who appreciate the finest things in life... for free!"Movies from this period just have an appeal that modern movies don't. Especially when it comes to the genre of romantic comedies. This was when that genre was still respectable. How to Steal a Million has all the appeal of old Hollywood. It's a heist/ romantic comedy film with one of the best and most stunning leading ladies of all time, Audrey Hepburn. Peter O'Toole and Hugh Griffith also star in a movie made by one of the greats, William Wyler.There's nothing about How to Steal a Million, that makes it anything more than it was; a fun heist comedy. Set in the elegance of art loving, high society Paris, Audrey Hepburn stars as Nicole, daughter of rich art forger, Charles Bonnet. Charles makes a lot of money forging great works of art and selling them to eager art collectors. Nicole only wants him to stop. One night she catches a burglar(Peter O'Toole trying to steal one of her fathers forgeries, so instead of calling the police, she takes him back to his hotel room. When a museum that Charles Bonnet has loaned a prized sculpture, also a forgery to, has to do a technical test on it for insurance purposes; Nicole hires the burglar, Simon to steal it from the museum. Easier said then done, when the museum has the best security equipment money could buy back then.What this movie lacks in a believable love story, it more than makes up, with the beautiful sets, fun humor, and the great acting of the strong leading cast. A movie with Audrey Hepburn is always going to be worth the watch, throw in Peter O'Toole and William Wyler behind the camera and now you've really got something. It's too bad that Hollywood went away from this type of elegant, witty style. Now the romantic comedy genre is dead and buried, which is a good excuse to go revisit the classics, like How to Steal a Million.

Paul D (kr) wrote: I still watch this every year, even though it is dated and the ending falls apart a little bit. I have always loved seeing different takes on the classic Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Bill Murray is in one of his standard 80's roles, but he is always fun to watch in this. It is worth watching and sharing with your family ... just don't get the impression that giving someone a VHS player is the new hip gift idea of the year.

Noname (de) wrote: Still one of my fav western movie ,, lots of action and good music. The theme rocks.