After the Night... Dawn
A family gets alienated in a mountain forest villa after an earthquake. After 3 days of starvation, the true nature of each character begins to reveal.
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Riku R (es) wrote: "I need my mobile unit"
Bob C (gb) wrote: Anything out of Ireland, starring Colin Farrell and Dervla Kirwan has the wind behind it! It would have to be sabotaged by the producer to be bad. I'll be first in line to see it!
eni r (fr) wrote: Movie rated by comparison to other movies in its category. Category: Disney Movies (non-animated)
Darrin B (kr) wrote: This was an interesting little film. It's probably the best looking Mythos adaptation to date, and the fact that they were able to make a Gay film out of the works of an infamous racist and prude is commendable. What's more, the gay romantic subplot is actually relevant to the main thread: our protagonist is the son of a preacher (cult leader) who needs a grandson before he can move forward so to speak, but his son is a homosexual. Naturally, he runs into a childhood friend and rekindles a relationship that will prove to be the only thing he can fall back on as the events unfold. Returning to his home town for his mother's wedding, inadvertently on the dawn of certain great cosmic events, he finds himself pulled back into everything he tried to flee from in the first place.The plot however, seems to forget what it's trying to do in the last 30 minutes as allusions to a number of monsters and deities seem to spring up in succession when the story only properly concerns the Deep Ones of "the Shadow over Innsmouth". Was this fan-service or were they genuinely trying to make their apocalypse and chaotic and incomprehensible as possible?This is definitely a labour of love however, and for its budget, you have to give it some respect. Like the stories themselves, this film builds a great deal of atmosphere and its photography and sound design will definitely peak your (preexisting) fear of small towns, the ocean, and strange offshoot churches with names you've never heard of before.
Jay W (us) wrote: I also call this Monica Keena makes my Pants tight.Well it was an ok flick, the shot were pretty bland and the use of a disco ball for weird lighting really had to go but over all it was an above average piece of crap.
Trey B (it) wrote: Mean Girls is a funny and relatable story about how high school can be a scary place.
Alexander S M (jp) wrote: The film that made me realize its not just his video adaptations that suck big flopy donkey dick but his other movies do as well!!!! People we Must Unit and stop this man before he directs again!!!
Craig L (ru) wrote: I actually liked this one. A bit slow at times, but clever and a lot of fun.
shelly b (au) wrote: funny the way it is told like a parody of one of those old detective movies
Damon L (kr) wrote: Starting the film in the midnight is not recommended. In the beginning the rhythm is slow and the flashback you may don't understand. when you get into the movie, definitely masterpiece. It talks about humanity, nobility and revenge of a samurai. The screenplay, shooting, editing is accurate and neat. Checking the extra bonus in the DVD, you will be amazed to know that Tatsuya Nakadai was 30 years old to act a samurai with 50.
Cody C (kr) wrote: Holds up. I like this movie a lot. It's not perfect but who the fuck cares. It's very good.