It's the closing night at the last drive-in theater in America and Cecil B. Kaufman has planned the ultimate marathon of lost film prints to unleash upon his faithful cinephile patrons. Four films so rare that they have never been exhibited publicly on American soil until this very night! With titles like Wadzilla, Deathecation, The Diary of Anne Frankenstein, and Zom-B-Movie, Chillerama not only celebrates the golden age of drive-in B horror shlock but also spans over four decades of cinema with something for every bad taste.

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Chillerama torrent reviews

Nick D (mx) wrote: This is a tale of survival by the kid with his bike, little hope of much else, at least from human beings who have betrayed him too often and left him with the inability to accept love and concern. He's a character who is the opposite of appealing, but we can't take our eyes off of him. Mesmerizing.

Rob P (au) wrote: Interesting but could have been better.

Simon D (ag) wrote: really boring. It's the start of 28 days later but streched over 90 minutes and without the impressive scenes and with a cast of nobodys with a few has-beens thrown in

Sam T (kr) wrote: Languidly paced and somewhat derivative (especially in its visual aesthetic) tale of urban loneliness, yearning and reconnecting.

Ben G (ag) wrote: A great and somewhat confusing end to the NGE series that plunges you into madness and turmoil as you try to find a way out of insanity.

Theresa (jp) wrote: I love this movie its my family all over again and its crazy because USA grow around my family they to also were here when it was still Mexico!

Arum Padma O (nl) wrote: Thought it would be a witty and charming film at first, but it's slowly leading to ordinary love story...

ld p (au) wrote: Admdovar's third movie. The film like many of his future films explores homosexuality, drugs, religion and moral issues. Some reviewers don't like this film. I don't care I loved this film. It is shocking and freaky and funny. I bet it really made people mad in Spain when it came out in 1983!! I think it is very unique and usual and yes a bit on the trashy side. from wiki: " Dark Habits (Spanish: Entre tinieblas) is a 1983 Spanish black comedy film written and directed by Pedro Almodvar. The plot follows a cabaret singer who finds refuge in a convent of eccentric nuns. The film is an exploration of the anachronistic situation of institutionalized religion in contemporary Spanish society, portraying spiritual desolation and moral bankruptcy." This film has an almost all-female cast featuring many of Almodvar's favorite leading ladies: Julieta Serrano, Carmen Maura, Marisa Paredes and Chus Lampreave. It also has a very brief appearance by Cecilia Roth as Merche a former redeemer and lover of the Mother Superior. Great early film by Almodovar. I don't know what you will think if you are Catholic. Four Stars Very Original.

Calvin C (it) wrote: Some parts are better than some, but the music, dance, and commitment by the young cast is what drives the movie. A plus for making a very adult movie about teenagers. Grade: B

Mrinal A (ag) wrote: a mindboggling sentimental movie...excellent..simple,sobre yet so touching

Jiana W (de) wrote: If you don't expect anything mind-blowing or even meaningful, you will come out of this relatively unscathed. The character development is poor but the fight sequences are pretty cool and occasionally brutal. I just wish there was more fighting instead of so much involvement in the characters' relationships, especially since that involvement was shallow and added nothing to the movie overall.

Ryan S (kr) wrote: I like what they tried to do, but this wasn't Godzilla and didn't represent the character in any way.

Alexander K (br) wrote: Anything good about this movie was already done better in Manhunter. It's too bad PSH wasn't in that one instead.

Toni S (us) wrote: Gripping story flashing up the ethical wrangle that accompanies coordinated drone strikes.