Don't Go in the House
A disturbed young man who was burned as a child by his sadistic mother stalks women with a flamethrower.
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George B (de) wrote: Does it make sense? Its a foreign movie what do you expect? Is it awesome? I refer you to my remark earlier.
Karsh D (it) wrote: Dull comedy about a born again Christian who gets involved in a messy attempted murder. Hardly raises a titter and the whole plot has no clear directio
Mikel K (us) wrote: Supergory fun from the master of the splatter film, H Gordon Lewis. He hand't make a film in 35 years, and in that interim period Troma more or less took over the genre. BF2 feels like a lite(ish) version of a Lloyd Kaufman flick, but it stil is worth it for some tasteless fun.
Basit K (au) wrote: gr8 movie..!!wid a gr8 story ..!!
Christina P (nl) wrote: I loved this movie as a kid.
Sean C (fr) wrote: A perfect blend of humor, mystery, and drama. The films plays up some stereotypes even as it undermines them. In that regard this is a rare film indeed.
Mai T (es) wrote: HORRIBLE WRITING AND DIRECTING!!!! I had such high hopes for this movie due to Levitt and Haas, but the writer/director is trying too hard to be "art house-ish" What a disaster!!! The dialog is sooo unbelievable that it is comical. The only appeal is for those type of histers that need to fake cool just to prop up their own egos... yea you know the type. This is what I presume the majority of the "liked it" reviews are... It clearly is not the script! In short, great premise, horrible dialog and horrible directing of two great actors who went on to shine together in Inception just a few years later. My advice is to avoid this writer/director at all costs and enjoy a real director of heavy dark plots like David Fincher.
PJ P (br) wrote: Finely honed performances by Halle Barry and Benicio del Toro in Susanne Bier's American debut movie. A random act of violence leaves Audrey Burke (Berry)a widow whose evolving complex (ok, occasionally mysteriously motivated) relationship with her dead husband's dropped-out junkie best friend Jerry (del Toro) from suspicious dislike to warmth and compassion forms the, OK, not particularly original, storyline.Bier's minimalist Dogma 95 direction has lots of close-ups of Berry and del Toro, and although in truth there are no very great demands on them, it is still a pleasure to watch bloody skilled acting. I was a little unhappy that the plot sometimes has the characters behaving in randomly improbable and inexplicable ways - hey, people do, and if Things We Lost in the Fire is not a better film, the shortcomings are mostly due to a rather clunky screenplay by Allan Loeb.But as for the serious themes. Well, there's a nasty moment when Jerry almost sinks from being a heroin addict to being a mortgage broker. He is an ex (pre-heroin days) lawyer, and easily passes the requisite exam. At the end of the movie he seems well on the way to rehabilitation, but worryingly, his old mortgage-broking groomer Howard (John Carroll Lynch) is back in the neighbourhood having, in typical addictive fashion, returned to the wife he had left. Scary stuff, and we are in the end left wondering if Jerry is really cured, or if like so many will return to mortgage brokering, destroying not only his own life, but those of many other innocent people.