Boy Eats Girl

Boy Eats Girl

A boy declares his love for his girlfriend, only to die the same night. He is brought back to life by his mother as a flesh-craving zombie, who sires more teen undead while trying to control his, er, appetite for his beloved.

A boy declares his love for his girlfriend, only to die the same night. He is brought back to life by his mother as a flesh-craving zombie, who sires more teen undead while trying to control his, er, appetite for his beloved. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Amanda C (mx) wrote: Tom Ford is a master of style. His second outing as a filmmaker, Nocternal Animals, is more aggressive than A Single Man, both in the image and content. Everything is perfectly coiffed and airbrushed to perfection. It would be easy to write Nocternal Animals off as the ultimate film of style over substance, but Ford's style is so aggressive that it becomes a substance unto itself. There is much that can be said about the film's parallel structure of the jilted lover's revenge vs. the father/husband's revenge, but that is almost secondary, the violence of the narrative supporting the violence of the image. The most genius thing about Nocternal Animals is that it is the image itself, not its content, that supplies the violence. It's an assault of the visual senses that is not easily forgotten, both painful beautiful and disturbing because of its beauty. The narrative itself is rather pedestrian, but the image of Nocternal Animals forces you to examine our connection and attraction to the stylish, the pretty and the image.

Sam W (de) wrote: Terrible acting with a weak story and far too much rap music and RZA influence. Although it has some tongue in cheek, it takes itself far too seriously whilst displaying its entertainingly over the top characters and weapons. The fight scenes are stylish, but should have been much better.

Juha K (jp) wrote: Paranormal kiddies and THE ROCK! Have to see. :D

Matt H (us) wrote: Hated this. And that is after enjoying the others. The fifth installment in the Saw series fell COMPLETELY flat for me. IT was more or less a clip show of the past four movies retelling the story as if you just jumped into the series. This slowed it down significantly. It was an hour into the movie before we were even introduced to the test. Therefore, I was not invested in the character and did not care what happened to them. Overall, I love Saw, but I hated this addition to the franchise.

Claudia A (ru) wrote: Buena, con temas y escenas un tanto fuertes. pero como que me quede con ganas de ms el final ya no dice mucho.

Tim M (kr) wrote: +Takeuchi from Fudoh and Dead or Alive shines again in his typecastGreat action and surrealityCreativeMiike's signature: fantastic direction-Rekka is nowhere near is good as Dead or AliveSlow in many parts Annoying musicLow budget = poor special effects

jlo r (it) wrote: aylabet....whoah!!!lets rock the skateboard!!

Ryan H (jp) wrote: Compelling and terrifying. This movie should be for stand up comedy what The Jungle was for meat packing.

Mark W (ru) wrote: Well this one had some decent moments, but was fundamental an awful sequel cash-in! For all I never lost interest in the movie, it never had me hooked and it's story was far from consistent! The kid who played the fronting "bad guy" was really quite laughable, but the series has certainly fallen far from the earlier instalments.

Daniel H (br) wrote: The Kang family, consisting of parents, uncle, and three children, set up a lodge in the middle of the woods, but things don't go well, as their guests end up being dead for one reason or another. Young-Min, played by Song Kang-Ho is funny in this one, and it's interesting to see Choi Min Sik (best known as Oh Daesu in Oldboy) in a non-serious role.

Patrick S (jp) wrote: Hey kids, did you know that Ellen Degeneris starred in a rom-com with a man? I hope not cause no one should be subjected to its horror...unless you're being tortured.And the thing that gets me is that it wants to be more than a rom-com. It wants to be a screwball comedy as well and while it should work since Ellen should be good at screwball comedy, it fails! Miserably! Every moment I watch was sheer agony as I waited for laughs that never come. Alright, I'm kinda exaggerating, about 45 seconds of the movie was funny. But it's the fact that this movie tries so hard and fails so horribly is what kills me, I want stuff to succeed. The movie tried so hard to succeed, Bill Pullman forgot he was Bill Pullman and tries so hard to act. And all that trying got was failure, horrible failure. Failure to be funny. Failure to be entertaining. Failure to not anger my blood. Failure to be worth a damn.Except Robert Goulet, more stuff needs more of him and his awesome, manly mustache. Too bad he's dead.

Greg W (ag) wrote: wickedly funny comedy

Cancelled U (fr) wrote: i really want to see it!

Michael T (de) wrote: Trashy sequel is actually better than the original.

Diego M (ca) wrote: A great action movie. Worth a watch.

Ken M (de) wrote: Wonderful Cheese DaddyO!!