When a group of nightclub performers – including Pervo the clown, Zeus, a flatulent dwarf, and Skye, a feisty rock chick – arrive on a remote farm for a cable TV interview, they soon discover the dark secret of the sinister family who live there – they have been kidnapping and torturing gorgeous young women as part of a perverted cult. However, the family’s experiments have now gone wrong, and the stocking-clad women have now become ravenous ZOMBIES! Now trapped, our ragtag group of visitors must unite in a desperate bid to stay alive… Sexy, gory and gut-munchingly hilarious – ZOMBIE WOMEN OF SATAN is THE most outrageous zombie comedy movie of the year!
Writer:Seymour Leon Mace (additional material), Steve O'Brien (additional material), Warren Speed
A travelling group of freaks, headed up by Pervo the Clown, go to a rural farm to take part in a webcast interview to help them gain more followers and make the public aware of their ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dan M (ca) wrote: Very interesting documentary. It was pretty cool how they showed the past, present and speculated the future of video games with interviews from game developers, gamers and some small time celebs. Entertaining stuff.
Phoe N (br) wrote: Not as good as the first one but still ok. Lots of laughs and even more drama. Good date movie.
Sanj 7 (nl) wrote: soooo surprising!!! LOVE IT !!!
Cole R (jp) wrote: A really creative and entertaining movie with amazing detail and visual effects.
David Z (au) wrote: Those looking for a faithful adaptation of Brian Friel's award-winning play may be disappointed in what they find here. True, the plot elements are essentially the same and even a handful of Friel's original dialogue has made it into the film. But the whole thing has been overly simplified, and worst of all, overly sentimentalized. Everyone's so damned loveable, you wonder how conflict is even possible. That being said, Catherine McCormack, Meryl Streep, and especially Rhys Ifans all give grand performances. Sweet, occasionally moving, but just a tad too sugary for my tastes.
Jon D (ru) wrote: I'm not sure what they were trying to accomplish here. For any "Nerds" fan this kind of sucked. Some movies just can't be movied onto television.
Don N (kr) wrote: Five star monster makeup and a Danny Elfman score. The rest is a notch below an episode of CHiPs
Eric T (de) wrote: Identification d'une femme: L'ambiance d'Antonioni, un nouveau film dans le film, et donc du chef, comme Blow up, Zabriski Point (Pink Floyd), etc. Difficile a voir mais evt. a ne pas rater.
Chris C (jp) wrote: read the book first!
John G (fr) wrote: [font=Times New Roman]Jack Lemmon was one of my favorite comedic actors and in the early to mid 1960?s Jack made quite a few comedies during that period (The Apartment, Irma La Douce, The Notorious Landlady, How To Murder Your Wife, The Great Race). Under TheYum Yum Tree was based on a Broadway play and directed by David Swift. Lemmon plays a lecherous landlord who is out to seduce every beautiful young college co-ed who lives in his apartment complex. The beautiful Carol Lynley is to be his latest conquest. However, Carol and her boyfriend (Dean Jones) are going to be living together in the apartment, with no sex. For Carol this is an experiment to see if they are really compatible. The idea is to see what living together is really like without sex getting in the way. This leaves Jones frustrated and sleeping on the couch yet it does not stop Jack from trying to constantly seduce Carol. Truthfully, the film is mediocre, and somewhat outdated. Lemmon is entertaining though his character is sleazy. The movie was considered tasteless at the time but all that?s part of what makes this a guilty pleasure. That and Carol Lynley.[/font] [font=Times New Roman]Movie Raiting - C-[/font][font=Times New Roman]Gulity Pleasure Rating - 7/10[/font]
Sio M (br) wrote: A blatantly sexist piece of 'male superiority' propaganda and anti-feminism, with persistent spoken and unspoken examples of how inferior women are in every way.
Anthony V (au) wrote: A fascinating behind the scenes look at some of the animators from Disney's Golden Age.
Kyle M (it) wrote: Like its source material with the same nature of the "Smurfy" universe, the family film's for kids and fans only. But it's enjoyable for other audiences on just to enjoy the appeals such as the talented cast, the manageable comical humor and the CGI animation of the well-known characters. (B-)