A gruesome homage to the cult Amicus anthology Asylum, Cradle of Fear unfolds four screamplays all linked by the unspeakable need of an incarcerated child killer to wreak vengeance on those responsible for his imprisonment. Helped by deranged angel Dani Filth, who leaves a trail of charnel house death in his crimson wake, the cannibal convict forces two Goth vamps to endure a one night stand from hell, two tough female robbers to see through each other, an obscenely rich coke-head to chop up more than a few lines and an internet surfer to descend into madness when he uncovers the ultimate web depravity.
A gruesome homage to the cult Amicus anthology Asylum, Cradle of Fear unfolds four screamplays all linked by the unspeakable need of Kemper, an old satanist child-killer to wreak vengeance on those responsible for his imprisonment. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
James M (jp) wrote: Quite awful. Grade-A garbage from the south park boys.
Marat P (mx) wrote: Artsy, not too profound, but strangely absorbing and well-made. Godard meets Woody Allen (not the funny one, the talkative and pretentious one).
Kenneth S (gb) wrote: IMDB Ratings: 2,8/10 from 909 users
Ejan Y (ca) wrote: yeah i like this movie alot ....
Brian B (gb) wrote: I found Requiem For a Dream to be much more scarier than most modern horror movies nowadays. It is probably one of the most horrifying horror movies created.This movie details how 4 people have their lives ruined as a result of repeated drug use. The film shows how their actions affect their lives.This is a movie where you can't watch it a second time. It has nothing to do with its quality but the reason is because you don't know if you can put yourself through another viewing of it. What makes this film so horrifying is that the events that are detailed can actually happen and they have happened before. The first 2/3 of this are bearable but near the end, it gets highly frightening as it shows how their actions effected them.The acting is magnificent. All main characters give strong performances which allow us to get more immersed in certain parts of it. Ellyn Burnstyn and Jenniffer Connely did amazing performances and Marlon Waynes was a shocker in such a serious role. Sara (played by Ellyn Burnstyn) is the saddest character who we feel sorry for the most. She plays someone who gets addicted to diet pills her doctor prescribes. I felt sorry for the rest of the characters but I felt sorry for Sara much more.This film must be watched by everyone. Not just for its frightening imagery but for its educational value. In school, we've been told "don't do drugs" several times in but in order to know how truly frightening the consequences of drug use can be, you need to watch this film. It's hard to watch but it will stick with you long after viewing it. This is by far the most powerful anti-drug film ever made.
Petter S (nl) wrote: this comedy has a really strange story. Flawed, but still very funny
Niki N (de) wrote: could've used a little more david duchovny and a little less crazy mimi rogers.
An V (mx) wrote: "If you are able,save for them a placeinside of youand save one backward glancewhen you are leavingfor the places they canno longer go.Be not ashamed to sayyou loved them,though you mayor may not have always.Take what they have leftand what they have taught youwith their dyingand keep it with your own.And in that timewhen men decide and feel safeto call the war insane,take one moment to embracethose gentle heroesyou left behind."Major Michael Davis O'Donnell1 January 1970Dak To, Vietnam
Jamie C (ag) wrote: Not a bad film a good mixture of a teen drama and war, It was better than I thought but I knew it wasn't going to be a classic but worth a watch.
Nathan M (ca) wrote: Featuring another standout performance from Mary Elizabeth Winstead, #alexofvenice is an affecting portrait of life in the midst of a divorce. Chris Messina proves he can handle directing a small intimate story, I'd like to see what he could do with more.