Follows two unlikely heroes who stumble upon a mysterious crate, washed ashore. The locals find that the contents make a rather addictive herbal tea that turns the villagers into crazy zombies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Attack of the Herbals
Follows two unlikely heroes who stumble upon a mysterious crate, washed ashore. The locals find that the contents make a rather addictive herbal tea that turns the villagers into crazy zombies.
- Stars:Claudio Santamaria, Jennifer Ulrich, Elio Germano, Davide Iacopini, Ralph Amoussou, Calum Booth, Steve Worsley, Richard Currie, Liam Matheson, Lee Hutcheon, Claire McCulloch, Margaret Bramwell, Jimmy Lynch, Alan Fraser, Lindsay Cromar, Dave Thomson, Mary Cox, Daniel Greavey, Dorothy Taylor, Mark Wood,
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Justin J (it) wrote: A paint-by-numbers retrospective.
Richard P (mx) wrote: Love the direction and Brando is great.
craig g (kr) wrote: Wife loved it, my 5 year old daughter LOVED it and I thought it was pretty good for being the massive hunk of testosterone that I am.
Dimitri C (ca) wrote: "Shutter" has plenty of scary scenes and is sometimes refreashing in the J-horror wave. But scenes are sometimes too disconnected and try too hard on jump-scares, without success.
Nick A (ru) wrote: By the standards of the most authentic dramas, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Black is a bonafide farce. It's carved from the plainest wood and covered in the most garish ornaments; it's ugly and obnoxious; it's plastic to its core, a movie whose manipulative nature demeans the essence of cinema; it's a movie Sandra Bullock could star in; it's The Blind Side and Paul Haggis' Crash. It's reviling.
Kristopher M (au) wrote: the directors edition was better than the theatre version
Matthew N (ag) wrote: It's unfortunate that the proceedings are so contrived and unbelievable... Brosnan and Moore are fun to watch in the rare moments when the film gets out of their way.
Sandra A (fr) wrote: The movie is based on the life and adventures of Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton: The Secret Agent Who Made the Pilgrimage to Mecca, Discovered the Kama Sutra, and Brought the Arabian Nights to the West.The mountains of the moon is a quest for the source of the river Nile...Captivating story.
Brandon S (de) wrote: Sleazy cameramen and their models get lost and decide to shack up in some abandoned cabin in the woods that is the stomping grounds of a sex crazed hammer wielding maniac. Sounds kind of like Evil Dead, but unfortunately it is far from. Borderline hardcore porn with some good gore effects wasted throughout that is not scary in the least bit. Lame!
Walter M (au) wrote: In "Behind Convent Walls," the Abbess(Gabriella Giacobbe) does her best at keeping order at a convent in 19th century Italy but can only do so much, like blindfolding Silva(Alessandro Partexano) when he comes in to make repairs and deliveries. In fact, she goes so far as to get rid of a violin belonging to one of the nuns, causing more than a good deal of resentment amongst her charges. At least, she does not have to worry about her niece Clara(Ligia Branice).Even as it is kind of hard to differentiate between the characters at times and the plot such as it is pretty much imploding at the end, "Behind Convent Walls" is not bad for a prime example of nunsploitation(that's the term Film Comment digital editor Violet Lucca used in introducing the movie). The movie actually seeks to explore the retired practice of the daughters of nobility being sent to convents against their will. At the same time, the filmmakers literally bend themselves over backwards to get naked yoga into the story.
Ashley H (ag) wrote: Jane Powell (as Ellen Bowen) was a surprisingly adept partner for Fred Astaire for those of us who know her best as a brilliant soprano songstress. She kept up with him, step for step. She's probably best known for her fabulous voice as showcased in [i]Seven Brides for Seven Brothers[/i], but she brought in the wonderful tune, "Too Late Now," here in [i]Royal Wedding[/i]. Astaire was his typical debonair self, and his role is reminiscent of that in [i]Three Little Words[/i]. The plot of [i]Royal Wedding[/i] is easy to follow and serves as a great backdrop for Astaire and Powell and their respective musical talents. And yes, Sarah Churchill is Winston's daughter. This film is worth seeing.
william s (nl) wrote: I hate that this is what my generation has to say.
Nick R (ag) wrote: Beautiful aesthetic but oh so boring.
Cyrile N (kr) wrote: If you want to watch a very light romcom, I recommend this movie :)
Co P (au) wrote: How to take a charming, popular book series and make it unwatchable. There are some lovely elements in Arietty and her miniscule world, however they are not enough to save this meandering, visually confusing twaddle.
Gavin S (br) wrote: I can't remember much about this other than it was one of the list of movies serious film buffs were supposed to have seen...I recall lots of conversations and not a ton of action...also seemed to reflect a less than stellar portrayal of women...
Mika P (kr) wrote: I cannot agree with critics or audience score at rottentomatoes, I think this was great movie! 4.5/5 because why not? I don't understand the complaints. Very nicely made, pacing is perfect, and I enjoyed the story ! I don't care what others say, I give it very high score indeed.
Josh M (fr) wrote: The events that take place are more for shock value than entertainment and the conclusion is extremely unfulfilling.