A Haunting in Cawdor
In this tense tale of psychological terror, Vivian Miller (Young) is a young twenties woman who’s serving out her jail sentence at a work release program in the Midwest. Her 90 days of probation takes her to The Cawdor Theater, a dilapidated summer stock theater run by Lawrence O’Neil (Elwes). Lawrence, a failed Broadway director, is now reduced to staging amateur productions with young parolees and raging over the mistakes from his past. Vivian’s arrival in Cawdor starts a terrifying series of events that brings Lawrence’s secret past to the present. After Vivian views an old taped stage production of Macbeth, a force of evil is unleashed which soon turns its sights on her. With the help of Roddy (Welch), a local outcast, Vivian sets about trying to discover who the supernatural killer on the tape is before she becomes the next victim.
Vivian Miller, sent to a rehabilitation programme for young offenders, where a theatre camp is used as an alternative to jail time. After she views tape of an old production of Macbeth, an evil force is released, and she must identify the supernatural killer before it gets her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: You can always tell when a movie is written by someone who's been screwed over before.
(us) wrote: If you're thing is uncomfortable comedy, this is a 4-star watch. Me? Not so much.
(fr) wrote: A wonderful documentary for a wonderful person. Stephane Laporte did a hell of a job. I laughed and cryed. Merci pour ce tour du monde !
(au) wrote: one of my favorite movies
(kr) wrote: This movie was fresh and entertaining, critics say boring, but listen, it is a movie, and a not Presidential Campaign. We need more movies like this one. Not a bunch of trash.
(ca) wrote: A comedy about women psychology.
(mx) wrote: First point: Don't watch the edited version of anything if you can help it. The movie: WOW! I looked at the synopsis and thought: Hmmm, this looks like some potentially interesting paracinema. I mean, whores for Hitler, doesn't really sound that great. But it was at least good enough to convince me that it was legitimate film, like an actual movie. It's no Fassbinder, but despite my doubts, the characters, story, acting - it actually hangs together. It certainly has a lot more nudity than most legitimate cinema, but it's actually a fine piece of work that manages to legitimize its most of its excesses. I wonder if anyone ever saw it because it's politics are obviously worth studying, but I agree with another reviewer that it shows Nazi Germany "as a rotting carcass," which is not a terrible start.
(au) wrote: Props for an examination of race relations using a medium notorious for mild yet pervasive bigotry. Reflective of the political atmosphere of the time and almost certainly source material for A Few Good Men
(es) wrote: Ordet is based upon a 1932 play by Munk who was a Lutheran pastor. It has been said that this is one of the greatest films about religion and I would certainly agree. Faith plays a major part of Dreyer's film. Ordet looks in to how we believe instead of why or if we believe. The very dramatic and emotional ending of the film clearly shows the viewer that God is real, and all the many different denominational arguments of people throughout the centuries only reveal a lack of faith and devotion to the truth here revealed by an undeniable supernatural act of God.
(ag) wrote: this movie was confusing, boring and not worth the effort of trying to understand what the hell is going on. And scary? not even close. DO NOT RENT THIS CRAP!
(nl) wrote: Solid mystery thriller, very well cast. Lucille Ball is terrific in a dramatic role. Good photography and lighting. Great pace and it's always interesting.
(kr) wrote: As noted by other reviewers, this movie is pectacular. It makes, however, a terrible choice for date night.