Attack of the Crab Monsters
A group of scientists travel to a remote island to study the effects of nuclear weapons tests, only to get stranded when their airplane mysteriously explodes. The team soon discovers that the tests have given rise to crabs mutated into intelligent, impervious, telepathic giants intent on increasing their numbers by breeding, then travelling to populated areas to feed, and which do not intend to be stopped by their discoverers.
- Stars:Richard Garland, Pamela Duncan, Russell Johnson, Leslie Bradley, Mel Welles, Richard H. Cutting, Beach Dickerson, Tony Miller, Ed Nelson, Maitland Stuart, Charles B. Griffith, Robin Riley, Doug Roberts,
- Director:Roger Corman,
- Writer:Charles B. Griffith (screenplay)
People are trapped on a shrinking island by intelligent, brain-eating giant crabs. Roger Corman directs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Just like footballers, the music industry is completely dry of characters and in the future we will have no decent autobiography's to read. Oasis were the last band that captured the essence of what rock n' roll was. Their interviews were always entertaining and free from the ususal responses to predicatble interview questions. Named after the last great British rock song, this film has great access to footage of the band and thei early years. In an era of the bastard children of Simon Cowell and how the contestants of his talentless shows are immediately prepelled onto the front pages of the papers and prominent features on boring celebrity shows. The days of hard graft are gone. The Beatles did it when they toured Hamburg and Oasis certainly did it in those early years. The dreams of stardom and making great records spurred them on. This is a great documentary. My only complaint was that it completely ignored the rivalary with Blur. When you listen to all those average albums (which contain some awful songs) you kind of wish that they did call it a day after those epic Knebworth gigs. A moving and depressing documentary. When you see a souless, boring and wanky band like Coldplay selling out stadiums like the brothers Gallagher's use to, It is depressing because we will never see a movement or band like this again.
(ca) wrote: Oculus was downright terrifying for me, and it is an example of a horror movie done right. It sacrifices cheap jump scares for incredibly tense scenes that sneak up on you and leave you scared of that noise you heard in the room across. The actors all did fine work, the girl was probably the best, and her brother wasn't far behind. There is some extremely disturbing imagery here, that will be left in your head for a while. Even though I wasn't hooked right away by the premise and the first 20 minutes, Oculus slowly but effectively got in my head and made my stomach churn. Do not miss this one
(jp) wrote: Diego Luna se ha reivindicado. Me qued con el mal sabor de su pelcula "Dficit" , pero esta vez hizo un muuuuy buen trabajo. Las actuaciones son buenas, excelentes en el caso del nio Abel. La historia es bien hecha y lograda, lo nico que le puedo criticar es el final que para mi gusto ha quedado un poco flojo, inesperado, queriendo que el pblico haga su final, pero sin dar muchos elementos para trabajarlo. Muy recomendable, vean cine mexicano! :)
(ag) wrote: Absolutely atrocious. Filled with dishonesty and quote-mining, this poorly constructed piece of propaganda that pretends to be a documentary fails on everything it attempts.The shoddy editing can be seen at the 27 minute mark when the cups of juice refill in between shots that are apparently back to back, and the 1:18 mark shows the worst offence (of many) of quote-mining, which uses a quote of Darwin to imply that evolution led to the Holocaust. A full examination of the quote reveals large parts of it (indeed, most of it) have been left out, and when read in full the final message is very different.
(es) wrote: victory has a thousand fathers, defeat is an orphan.
(ca) wrote: It's an experience that touches all senses with its vivid presentation of life and love.It pushes you to explore not just what is hidden underneath the surface of Weerasethakul's world but also your own. It gives you the time and space to do so.
(ca) wrote: Had to watch an early (2002) Jeremy Renner, who was great. I'll leave it to Owen Gleiberman of EW to describe the movie itself, "It lets you brush up against the humanity of a psycho without making him any less psycho." Exactly. But it just wasn't enough for me.....
(fr) wrote: Only problem is the teenager cast there are the most annoying people ever
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