Seven months have passed since the dead took over. Many cities and states have been abandoned and left to die. Several self sufficient hunting groups have been established to take on the threat in a war aptly referred to as the 'War on Dead'. Jillian Hurst, a former news writer and amateur documentarian, has set out to make a pro-war propaganda film to support the W.O.D. She joins up with a pack of renegade hunters known infamously to North America as 'the deadheads'. The moral dynamics and hardships of fighting in a war against the undead are told from several different perspectives.
- Stars:Flann McMichael O'Malley, Lionel Boodlal, Colin Paradine, Erin Stuart, Tom Parkinson, Alex Mallari Jr., Paige Albrecht, Ry Barrett, Christopher Lee Grant, Jonathan Steen, Joe Santos, Nathan Hawkins, John Cross, Deanne Goulet McCallum, Christina Velocci,
- Director:Reese Eveneshen,
- Writer:Reese Eveneshen (story), Reese Eveneshen
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Dead Genesis torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: A promising, higher-stakes, foreign version of Contagion this could have been, but with insane coincidental encounters, tonal shifts off the charts, and far too many characters to keep track of, it's mostly style over substance with some impressive visuals; and not much else. Right from the get-go I wasn't digging the tone as one second it's jokey and almost sitcom-esque, and the next it's deadly serious with real peril and it didn't mesh at all. The story and pandemic are set up well with a believable disease spreading, but right around the halfway point when the shit hits the fan, the credibility of the film went way out the window and its reach exceeded its grasp. There are some powerful, Holocaust-like images, most notably the cranes dumping thousands of bodies into a stadium to be incinerated, and the practical make-up for the infected people was striking as well. I just couldn't buy into how the story progressed and a minimalist approach would've been easier to swallow. It's not a bad film by any means and it does show that Asian cinema can tackle the same genres as Hollywood, but this unfortunately isn't a home-run.
(ag) wrote: Only Propaganda in Favor of the New York Times.
(nl) wrote: Handheld shots and a slightly chilling atmosphere make A Horrible Way to Die a good slasher movie. Of course there is some slight confusion on how the AJ Bowen character gets such a culturally popular gets such attention, which leads to a decent twist.
(fr) wrote: TROIS JOURS A VIVRE en vf. Slasher on ne peut plus basique et aux poncifs toujours plus culs. Mais son atmosphre nordique donne un cachet diffrent des prods ricaines aseptises.
(nl) wrote: It attempted nothing but jump-scares, the music was so horrible it was distracting. I fell asleep twice. I only paid attention to see if George Newbern was going to slip into his Superman voice. He did three times
(es) wrote: Paparazzi is a disappointing film. It is about a rising Hollywood actor who decides to take personal revenge against a group of four persistent photographers to make them pay for almost causing a personal tragedy involving his wife and son. Cole Hauser and Robin Tunney give horrible performances. The script is badly written. Paul Abascal did a terrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
(es) wrote: definitely a weird movie. O Fantasma chronicles a young trash collector's descent into a world of increasingly bizarre sexual encounters. Sergio (Ricardo Meneses) spends his days living in a run-down rented room, engaging in anonymous sex and trying to rebuff the advances of his co-worker Fatima (Beatriz Torcato). Unfulfilled by his daily sexcapades, Sergio finally gets turned on by a Tom of Finland-esque motorcyclist (Andre Barbosa), whose physical beauty becomes the source of Sergio's obsession. Sergio stalks him, eventually donning bondage gear and making the motorcyclist his love prisoner. After having his brutish way with his comely captive, Sergio vanishes into the night and prowls the city's garbage dumps in a phantasmic odyssey of sexual dysfunction and cruelty. ~ Rebecca Flint,
(nl) wrote: Don't know why but I love this movie
(fr) wrote: Et ben voila... Encore une petite ppite sign James Gray... Finalement, j'aurais fais sa filmo l'envers. Et j'ai envie de dire "comme d'habitude avec lui" : Des acteurs totalement habits par leur rle, des plans rassemblant des peintures, des ambiances lourdes et belles, des sonorits collant merveilles, une ralisation simple et classe en mme temps et surtout une direction d'acteur d'enfer ! James Gray est grand !
(nl) wrote: So personal it almost hurts (but hey, the man directed a movie called 'Persona'). But as I always say, a Bergman a day keeps death away. What a filmmaker, and an artist - this is one of his most naked works, and seeing it again I'm reminded how good Erland Josephson was. Lena Olin rises to the challenge too, long before she became a semi-known Hollywood talent.
(kr) wrote: First part is only so-so, but the musical numbers at the end are awesome.
(kr) wrote: Entretenidilla, aunque previsible
(fr) wrote: As far as movies go, this is one of the best I have watched. Initially captured by later performances of Asa Butterfield, I had decided to go back and watch all of the movies he has starred in. This movie, amongst others of his, hit a chord of nostalgia unlike many other movies that I have watched. I was intrigued right the way through, the splendour of the magnificent visuals and the poignant characters all adding to this incredible movie. While the backstory behind 'Hugh' (Butterfield) is rife with plotholes, the movie will capture you in the magnificent tale of this young boy called Hugo, who will leave you wanting more, forgetting about the holes in the plot.