Creepshow 2

Creepshow 2

EC Comics-inspired weirdness returns with three tales. In the first, a wooden statue of a Native American comes to life...to exact vengeance on the murderer of his elderly owners. In the second, four teens are stranded on a raft on a lake with a blob that is hungry. And in the third, a hit and run woman is terrorized by the hitchhiker she accidentally killed...or did she really kill him?

This second horror anthology presents more eerie tales based on Stephen King stories that include a vengeful wooden Native American, a monstrous blob in a lake, and a hitchhiker who wants revenge and will not die. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Creepshow 2 torrent reviews

Brian M (mx) wrote: I thought this was pretty interesting. The fact that it was filmed in Grand Rapids Michigan, made it more interesting, because that is my home town. It was a decent believable story, with some laughs. I likied it.

Justin B (ca) wrote: Huge improvement over the second installment in just about every department. However once again a decent script is marred by awkward visuals despite the fact that this time around they're done with some form of competence. The film also seems to slowly head downhill somewhere after the midway point and the ending is pitifully anticlimatic.

Thomas W (ca) wrote: Ugh ... a rambling mess of a romp in the London art scene. This film, which has a pretty decent cast -- Danny Huston (Birth), Amanda Seyfried (Mean Girls), Stellan Skarsgard (Angels & Demons), Christopher Lee (the Star Wars prequels), Alan Cumming (Circle of Friends), Gillian Anderson (The House of Mirth), Heather Graham (Boogie Nights), Charlotte Rampling (Swimming Pool) -- makes the already pretentious art scene even more so. None of the characters are likable (apart from perhaps Seyfried) and they are all self-obsessed. It is ugly people surrounded by ugly art -- since most of the art is simply created just for this film (the title of the film comes from an actual piece by Dutch abstract artist Piet Mondriaan called "Victory Boogie-Woogie"). The characters are all hollow shells and you've seen them all before -- the most annoying being "the angry lesbian". Does the film want to be smart, artsy, funny, witty, cutesy or what? It is actually just a shameless piece of crap called a movie. What were these people thinking?!?

Jason H (kr) wrote: Good short that inspired the feature of the same name.

Victor O (it) wrote: Excellent movie. Without a doubt one of the best movies made on 9/11. At first I was scared this was some tasteless parody since it had Timothy Bottoms in it or worse. In the end I was so shocked because Bottoms who played it sincerely after having played it for laughs on "That's My Bush" that I couldn't believe it. This is a story in which a man kept his country calm and safe after the worst attack upon it since Pearl Harbor and gave it the hope it needed to preservere.

Steve H (ru) wrote: If you like Die Hard or Speed....then i think you'll like this. Good stuff. Entertaining all the way through. Love the girl, she's a doll.

Chloe A (ca) wrote: 1/2 a star! Don't even waste your time!

Clment O (ru) wrote: brilliant film noir, great screenplay

Rob A (au) wrote: A classic!! Top of the line performances from Katharine Hepburn (never seen her better) and Henry Fonda!!! Great family movie!

Brett H (ru) wrote: What Women Want is a strong premise trapped inside mediocre execution as this concept is never taken to its full potential and the film is extremely old-fashioned and lazy in its depiction of how men and women think. This is a film I've seen marketed since I was young and was always curious about how well it would turn out and to my surprise it was even more absurd than I could have thought and not much worked for me. Mel Gibson is what holds this thing together with his incredible wit and effortless charm, but even he seems to be embarrassed to be a part of this. The problem here is that the film takes no chances and settles for the fluffy, predictable man-and-woman-at-odds-fall-in-love trope and it was as routine as it gets. It's surprising this was helmed by a female director as the shallowness of the character's thoughts and the treatment of its female characters made the film feel like it was made in the 50s. It's completely harmless and has a chuckle every once in a while, but it never takes advantage of its comedic opportunities and it's too silly for its own good (at one point he's able to hear a female dog's thoughts...).

Alex K (mx) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.