Dark Night of the Scarecrow
In a small Southern town, a wrongfully-killed man exacts revenge on those who murdered him from beyond the grave.
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Joe N (ag) wrote: Liked it. Nice, simple easy to watch movie. Nothing ground breaking, but main 3 actresses do a lot of vloging on youtube and found it fun just to watch them doing this movie having fun.
Mahmudul H (nl) wrote: Very bad. They tried to create a false history.
darek k (mx) wrote: most exciting scientific/realistic movie about deep space travel. Story line captivates, realistic cameras views with real feel picture interference and overlaying data like info feed. keeps you thinking about universe and its unknown possibilities.
Dann M (kr) wrote: Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen star in the coming of age drama Very Good Girls. During their last summer together before they go away to college two best friends, Lilly and Gerry, end up falling for the same guy, testing their relationship. Olsen gives a standout performance and steals every scene she's in; the rest of the cast however, are pretty bland and lifeless. And, the plot is pretty aimless and does a poor job at developing the relationships. Meandering about without a clear vision, Very Good Girls is a halfhearted and formulaic film.
Matthew M (it) wrote: Beautifully shot, interesting character but not enough for someone without any knowledge of the character it wasnt really enough to keep me in. The who story is good drawing me in moment to moment. The life of a man that was Jackass before there was jackass. Solid enough I look forward for what else from this director.
Elise M (fr) wrote: Really good script and a short but sweet movie. Solid indie filmmaking.
Stephanie L (us) wrote: Who knew there were bikers in England? Let alone Welsh speaking bikers. Best scenes capturing the hilarity and abject terror of hallucinogenic drugs since Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
Andrew O (it) wrote: This rip on indie filmmaking is both realistic and amusing, as it peruses through the many possible scenarios of poor acting and behind-the-scenes drama -- all told very stylishly and cleverly.
Michael W (nl) wrote: A near-classic of the genre has a withdrawn and gender confused youth on a murder spree at troubled Camp Arawak. Feels mostly ordinary until its mindbending finish; and likely would have faded into obscurity without it. As it stands, earned a well-placed cult status that produced a few rogue sequels. Must see 80s horror.
Generoso F (gb) wrote: Perkins plays insane well, but it's Tuesday Weld who steals the show as the all American high school beauty with the small cracks in her psyche. This charmingly disturbed film has a fun plot which is somewhat predictable but none the less entertaining.
Mary F (it) wrote: Borderline comme film! a aurait pu tre mieux...
Pouyan S (ag) wrote: A master piece from the brilliant mind of Gonzales!
stu b (nl) wrote: A by the numbers hostage & escape b-movie. The type of movie that comes on tv at 2 in the morning which you see when you can't sleep.Not a terrible movie, but you've seen it all before. And wouldn't you be in more pain and discomfort if someone just broke your hand with a baseball bat?
Laurie S (ca) wrote: Not impressive at all. Killer sharks created by research-maddened scientists, now on the hunt for their creators/captors. Old story, nothing new here.
Tyler R (fr) wrote: *Okay, just to be clear, this is a review for the 2014 Leprechaun: Origins film. I figured I'd point that out because on the page for this film, I see nothing but reviews, both critic and general audience, for the original with Warwick Davis.* Okay, now that that is cleared up, let's get to the review. You know you have a real gem when you see WWE Studios flash their logo in the opening logos. This remake-sequel-prequel-whatever follows four backpackers in Ireland who come across an ancient evil. This film completely disregarded the campiness of the originals, which made them somewhat tolerable. Instead, what we get is a straight faced, deadly serious film, which leads to a deadly boring film. Even at a brisk ninety minutes, there is nothing to recommend here. It is almost like everyone involved compiled every horror movie clich, stacked them in a neat and tidy pile on top of their laptop, then smashed down on that pile with a sledgehammer until something stuck. We get the whole shebang here: One dimensional characters such as the tough guy, the slut, the innocent girl and the one who redeems himself. We also get annoyingly loud "jump scares", innocent townsfolk who aren't innocent, and so on and so on. You think of a clich, this film has it. And unlike The Cabin in the Woods, it doesn't try to do anything special with them. And speaking of nothing special, the "leprechaun" is nothing special when it reveals itself. I put that in quotations, because it could easily be any number of Syfy rejects. By the time the film ends, the viewer is left with something that manages to be worse than the already horrible original, which is truly amazing. The film's biggest scare? It actually ends with a tease for a sequel. Truly terrifying thought, right there.
Paul D (fr) wrote: To me, this was a bit of a disappointment. It lacks the charm and heart of previous films in the series, as well as the TV show. That is not to say that there isn't any attempt at it, because there is. However, I just found it to be a bad attempt. It also wasn't nearly as funny as I was hoping it to be.
Austin W (ru) wrote: young guns may not be as good as its successer but it is lots of fun and full of action and adventure that would keep most people satisfied. but to all people looking for a masterpiece of a western look towards true grit the jeff bridges not the john wayne one.