American Horror House
On Halloween night, a sorority house is overrun with ghosts, while a vengeful housemother goes on a killing spree.
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That Guy C (it) wrote: I am disappointed in this sequel. I was a fan of the first one because it had some pretty funny scenes while making fun of found footage films like Paranormal Activity. This one just had an overabundance of racial stereotypes and jokes to go along with it. It even tries to recreate scenes that they had in the first one to try and see if they will work again. This one tries to make fun of The Conjuring, The Possession, The Devil Inside (again), and Sinister. Most of the films jokes are racist jokes between Marlon Wayans and Gabriel Iglesias which get old really fast. I'd recommend seeing the first one because it had a pretty good cast and more laughs to be had than this one. Sure, these movies are stupid humor and dumb fun, but this one hardly had anything to laugh at. I don't think I want to see another one. One was definitely enough.
Hani H (nl) wrote: Like i dont know what Zac Efron role was exactly but well..good movie
Jason U (it) wrote: Attack of the Eternal Movie
Steven L (ca) wrote: Blancanieves is unexpected and enchanting. This beautifully rendered black and white film makes you listen to the music, see the entire screen and feel the impact of great cinematography. Who needs dialogue when the visuals tell the story so well? A creative treat.
Tyler E (nl) wrote: Just finished what was probably the most heart-wrenching thing I every put myself through. As hard of a watch as it was, I highly suggest you also watch it so you can hopefully understand the difference between suicide and aid in dying.
Neil O (nl) wrote: Coming of age drama set around a group of surfers. Contains some excellent surfing photography but overall it's a bit dull.
David E (us) wrote: Interesting and informative, about as well balanced as you could expect when covering a topic such as this. It does suffer from some poor editing choices at points, but overall it's well made.
Nikola N (mx) wrote: Looks lame but I haven't seen it yet.
Sanity Assassin (jp) wrote: not much different to eight legged freaks... except it's bats! still... nothing on the classic tremors
Cal (au) wrote: One of Australia's best plays is transferred to screen in a good Aussie production, but in my opinion not true enough to the original play (Even though the script was written by the same person who wrote the play). The cast of the film is largely the original cast of the play when it was performed for the first time on stage so it's a real treat (David Wenham is perfect as Doug, I could barely recognise him!). The plot of the movie follows Lewis (Mendelsohn), who is a Sydney amateur stage play director who is looking for work. For his first experience he is hired to be a director of a stage play acted out by a bunch of mental patients from a mental asylum. He is greeted by a mental patient named Roy (Otto) who insists that the play they do is 'Cos fan tutte', a play by Mozart. Considering the fact that the whole play is in Italian, it's an opera, none of the performers can sing opera and the orchestra is frequently comatose, this is going to be an interesting experience. People who know the play will smile at the many lines taken directly from the play, but those who love the original play a lot and can't imagine it being any different will most likely loathe the film. Overall the film was good and rather funny, but it was a wasted opportunity; the original cast would have done superbly acting out a script more faithful to the source material.
Matt G (it) wrote: "How the hell do I know why there were Nazis? I don't even know how the can opener works". Something about Allen's brilliant neurosis is like an oddly warm blanket to me. Here, he creates such a wonderfully simple little universe to spend time in here, as he captures the delusions of people in affairs with poignancy, hope, & (duh) humor. He even plays with the camera more than usual to great effect. If Bergman ever dabbled in screwball comedy, Hannah & Her Sisters is what we would get. Top-tier Allen.
Art S (it) wrote: Perhaps fittingly, I kept falling asleep and waking back up (I think) as I rewatched Orpheus after a many-year break. Cocteau's dreamscape follows the title character through the mirror to romance death herself before re-embracing life and living. Great cinematic moments with hypnotic very special effects. No excess is absurd, indeed.
Greg W (br) wrote: a weird mix of genres but it works here i liked this one.