Dead & Buried

Dead & Buried

A suspense horror film set in a small coastal town where, after a series of gory murders commited by mobs of townspeople against visiting tourists, the corpses begin to come back to life.

A suspense horror film set in a small coastal town where, after a series of gory murders commited by mobs of townspeople against visiting tourists, the corpses begin to come back to life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jane Z (us) wrote: Awesome documentary on Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and their struggle with walking a fine line between making a difference and breaking the law.

Lee B (mx) wrote: One of the best docmentaries I've seen in a while. Sets the tone very well, research and presentation is just top notch and leaves a chill given the subject matter.

Jim M (br) wrote: Deceint pirate flick that hits all the cliches. The underrated Angus MacFadyen (Robert the Bruce from Braveheart) is the Pirate Blackbeard in surch of Capt. Kidd's lost treasure. Mark Umbers is theRoyal Navy Lt. sent to put an end to piracy and infiltrates Blackbeards crew. Low budget but decent with some good acting, since this was originally a made for tv miniseries shown in 2 parts you might want to watch this in 2 sittings.

Aled O (au) wrote: Impressive acting, but too boring too keep me entertained, if I wasn't made to watch it all the way through I would've walked out to be honest. It may be realistic indeed, but the cinematography dosen't cut it with me, and for that reason I found it confusing to watch. Also, though my opinion may differ to others, I found this film a bit racist, why does the film portray the majority of black people in a black community to be criminals?

Kristy P (au) wrote: I have this. Wonderful Cinematography! It's in German with English subtitles. Thanks, Joanna, for showing me this treasure. The new version with Catherine Zeta Jones STINKS!

JOSE PEDRO S (ca) wrote: ME GUSTO E IMPACTO ESTA HISTORIA.....CUANTAS VECES NOS ENMORAMOS POR INTERNET SIN SABER QUE DEPARA EL DESTINO?,AL MENOS QUEDO ESA PREGUNTA EN MI.......NICOLE KIDMAN EXCELENTE SENSUALIDAD...VICENTE CASSEL ME GUSTA COMO ACTUA......BEN CHAPLIN...INTERESANTE PERSONAJE EN ESTA PELICULA

Ben C (mx) wrote: A lame entry into the cult hit horror film that started it all. Sleepaway Camp III disappoints, but it's a three-quel to a horror movie, what more can you expect from it?

John M (br) wrote: It's like a caricature of Mad Max twisted out of control then packaged and sold to children.

Ricardo O (kr) wrote: Movie Synopsis:Pier Paolo Pasolini's first feature film "Accattone" (or "The Scrounger", as it was called in the U.S.), based on one of his own novels, is a grim look at life in the remote provinces of Italy. Using non-actors, Pasolini creates a natural, semi-documentary character study of Vittorio (Franco Citti), a pimp who goes by the name of Acattone (meaning "beggar" in Italian) who falls in love with a young, beautiful, and virtuous woman named Stella (Franca Pasut).Prior to meeting her, he had led a meaningless life as the pimp of a prostitute named Maddalena (Silvana Corsini). She is hurt by his rivals and eventually sent to prison. Without her working for him, he finds himself without steady income and has to sell all of his gold belongings, even going so low to take a piece of jewelry that his son wears so he can sell it for a small amount of money.When Accattone discovers Stella, he tries to lure her into the prostitution life. He eventually starts loving her and gives up the pimping lifestyle. Instead he tries to settle with the proletarian life as a hard worker breaking his back for a measly amount of money enough to not starve. Seeing him in such sorrow Stella tries telling him that she would be willing to sell her body just so he doesn't have to kill himself working, but he won't have any of it.One night he has a bizarre vision of his own death and the following day he is killed in a traffic accident when he tries to evade the police on a stolen motorcycle.Movie Review:An active Italian Communist, Pasolini was known for being a poet, philosopher, and an intellectual. He had previously worked in film collaborating with Federico Fellini writing dialogue for the Roman dialect parts in Fellini's "Nights of Cabiria" (Le Notti di Cabiria) (1957) and "La Dolce Vita" (1960). When he finally made the leap to directing his own films, Pasolini tried to distance himself from the Italian Neorealism of his predecessors, however one can't help but also include this film along with previous films like Luchino Visconti's "Ossessione", Roberto Rosselini's "Rome, Open City", Vittorio de Sica's "The Bicycle Thief", or Federico Fellini's "I Vitelloni" & "La Strada" as it uses many of the same techniques and theories as those previous films. "Accattone" shows the harsh, sad reality that many citizens of post-war Italy were still going through, and by casting non-actors (all of which are from the region where the film takes place) in all of the roles sets this film right in the same league as the traditional Neorealist films. Pasolini doesn't show his characters as very sympathetic, instead he shows them as flawed, realistic, tragic characters living a useless existence. Pasolini doesn't judge them nor does he do them any kind of moral justice. He just puts them in a stark reality, which for them is impossible to escape from.This may be the first film Pasolini had ever directed (this is also the first of his films I have ever seen), but from the get-go it seems like he had the natural talent to become one of the most interesting filmmakers of the twentieth century with a singular vision, especially with his infamous work towards what would end up being the end of his life. Although none of the acting is necessarily great, he handles his actors quite good and they each give natural performances, if not slightly stale. But what is most important is that Pasolini is able to successfully send his message through these actors. As I am a novice on his filmography I cannot say how this film ranks along with his others; but what I can say is that this an excellent directorial debut, one may even call this a small masterpiece from one of world cinema's most controversial, and most interesting figures. Accattone is highly recommended viewing. 9/10

Nigel K (br) wrote: It's one of those films that no one else seems to like but I love, I like the plot, the actors and the special effects. Oh well it's good to be in a minority

Jennifer P (fr) wrote: Reminded me of a Lifetime movie......

Greg W (br) wrote: good but lengthy western

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