Day X

Day X

When a mysterious epidemic sweeps through the population, it turns its victims into homicidal cannibals in this indie chiller helmed by Jason Hack

As a mysterious outbreak transforms the general populace into a throng of marauding, flesh-eating creatures, eleven strangers find themselves trapped in an abandoned steel mill. One of them... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Chris F (br) wrote: Solid story and gorgeous visuals. Recommend as a great film for family's and anyone wanting a nice heart warming tale.

Matt C (ru) wrote: Such beautiful animation from Pixar as usual. I truly was impressed by the quality.

Adam R (jp) wrote: It's been getting a lot of love from others who are fans of the series, but I wasn't impressed. It felt like a cheap reboot to me. The acting was bad and the attempt to tie the story together was lame. It is perhaps the worst Chucky movie so far. (First and only viewing - 4/21/2017)

Scott B (au) wrote: Well intentioned but honestly very empty.

Carol R (fr) wrote: As i thought it might be same old rubbish they just dont make many gud werewolf movies besides underwold

Serge L (au) wrote: Kind of watchable post-high school film very cutesy and sometimes creepy about some a-capella comps. Girls vs boys group. The boy group was so superior. Sexy girls but mostly lesbians. Light story but with a funny beat that was hanging on. Of course the girls underdog had to make a good comeback. Funny extras on the DVD.

Guilherme N (ag) wrote: Simply not interested

IOnell S (es) wrote: Una buena introduccion a esta interesante historia que luego se convirtio en saga. Me recordo cuando era nio despues de ver artes marciales queria salir tirando patadas por la calle. Buena ambientacion y buenas peleas.

Hoon L (mx) wrote: Whut do u think happens when u die?

Jennie R (ag) wrote: This movie contained characters that were all in a neighborhood. Each was linked to another character. The theme of the movie is how to deal with the loss of something and that isolation is not the answer. It was a good combination of stories, however, this is a movie you watch once and never really think about it again.

AlSameer C (es) wrote: Captain America: The First Avenger is a underrated gem that is very deserving of more attention. It's first 45 minutes might just be one of the most memorable parts of the movie since it has great pacing and characters on who Steve Rogers is.Chris Evans did a great symbol on the American Hero and Hugo Weaving is a watchable Red Skull. After the First Act finishes, the pacing can be all over the place and most is for a commerical for The Avengers,but it is still decently enjoyable. Please give this thing the respect it possibly even needs.

Bradley N (gb) wrote: He lifts stuff.... Great but in all seriousness there are some strong moments here.

Shymaaalilivecom S (de) wrote: when things just go all wrong !

Lo (br) wrote: this was an alright movie. funny moments. cute ending for sure.

Alex S (ca) wrote: Uncommonly perceptive about the complexities of brown/black courtship, which I honestly have never even seen in another film. Mira Nair, as usual, directs with sensual flair and perhaps if anything, is overgenerous is providing not only a mature romance with discussion of race issues, an immigrant story, and practically enough material to make a totally different prequel about the political history of Uganda.And if I'm making it sound all too academic, did I mention in between her usual cross-cultural examination, Nair somehow got Denzel Washington to do a sexy shirtless scene?

Barnaby E (gb) wrote: The Richard Curtis film that everyone seems to forget, especially after the gigantic 'Four Weddings And A Funeral' hit. But, for me personally, this works better than 'Four Weddings' because it seems more realistic. Yes, you can argue that characters breaking the fourth wall and a musical of The Elephant Man, as well as Jeff Goldblum at his most Goldblum-ish, can never be described as realistic, but there's just something grounded here and easy to empathise with. Scenes and scenarios are returned to with more polish and aplomb in his later films, but Richard Curtis delivers a wonderful semi-autobiographical slice of life. And, again, Rowan Atkinson proves that he's at his very best when he's being nasty. His bumbling, witless idiots (Mr Bean, Johnny English, etc) are just not in the same league as his sarcastic Blackadder persona, which is on show here. Emma Thompson is delightful and shares what is the funniest and, oddly, the most erotic scene of sex in cinema history. Buttered toast stuck to a buttock will never be bettered! This romantic story is true to life in the dialogue and the actions of the two leads (Goldblum and Thompson), with some surreal moments thrown into the mix, and a sing-a-long at the end. A forgotten gem.

Justin A (ca) wrote: Hellbound: Hellraiser II is to Hellraiser as Dream Warriors is to A Nightmare on Elm Street. It's a bit cheesier and it's not as scary or creepy. However, it follows the first movie perfectly, keeping similar elements and themes while adding its own twists. It's not as good as the first, but I think the Dream Warriors comparison is fair. Some of the edits are a bit awkward, and I wonder if I watched an edited version. Worth watching if you enjoyed the first.

Kelley A (ru) wrote: Joe Dallesandro says my favorite movie line ever in this movie: "I would love to rape the hell out her". The greatest thing about it is that he is so matter-of-fact about it...

Brett C (de) wrote: Penn disappears into his character along with Pfeiffer. The problem is the audience always sees Sam as a mentally unstable man with not much more to the character. When you see a film like Forrest Gump, the fact that Forrest is mentally unstable disappears after the first five minutes and you see all the other aspects to the character that make him seem unique and special. This wasn't something I saw in "I am Sam."