A painter struggling for inspiration finds an unexpected muse after he accepts a teaching position in a small town and becomes the caregiver to Eddie, a seemingly docile art student with a rare sleepwalking condition. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal
A once-famous painter rediscovers inspiration when he befriends a sleepwalking cannibal.
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Li K (it) wrote: I'm always a little off with the newer specials. they just don't feel right. but there were parts of this that made me smile, the world will always be a happier place with Snoopy in it, and I will never cease to relate to Charlie Brown.
Walter M (nl) wrote: There are two ways this documentary could have functioned well enough to actually be intriguing: A) Make it solely about Betty and George Woodman, husband and wife octogenarian artists, while briefly mentioning the suicide of their daughter Francesca, also an artist, as a past tragedy. Granted this version has less nudity but still... B) Make it solely about Francesca while getting brief testimony from her parents. Because combining them into two movies does not work. On the one hand, Francesca's ghost continues to overwhelm any work her parents continue to do in the present day. That is while the documentary manages to gleam some insights when talking to Francesca's friends and acquaintances but hits a brick wall when talking to her parents since all parents usually know less about their child when she becomes an adult and leaves home which is especially true in this case. And that's not to mention the film being that much less interesting when the focus is on Betty and George, to be honest.
Shaun B (mx) wrote: The history of Macintosh from a nerd perspective. Mildly entertaining doc.
James B (de) wrote: Blind Tibetan students climb the mountains around Everest. Nearly unfathomable and mind-blowing when you see it happening. Whenever I think it's hard to get up and go for a run on a cold morning, I'll think of these kids.
Jenn T (mx) wrote: Not horrible but the acting was very obviously B rated and I couldn't finish it.
Alex r (it) wrote: the only reason i even bought this pile of crap is because it was cheap. i'm not sure what i was expecting but i guess i was expecting some kind of cheaply made torture movie or somethin to that effect. instead we get one of the most boring and worthless 70 minute movies ever made. complete and utterly a waste of time. THEE END!!
Shaday A (au) wrote: Excellently done, of course, the drama is just great, heavy but carried majestically through the visuals, the settings and a good score. A wonderful classic.
Jennifer A (ca) wrote: Miami Vice meets MTV in this 80's crapfest. Band of the Hand (1986) 1.5/10 Director - Paul Michael Glaser Starring - Stephen Lang, Laurence Fishburne, Lauren Holly, John Cameron Mitchell, Michael Carmine, James Remar, Leon Robinson, Paul Calderon. This is so eighties in the worst possible way. Basically a combination of "Miami Vice" and MTV stylistically; it's the story of troubled youth sent to the Everglades to be whipped into shape by a Vietnam Vet before they are unleashed into the drug-addled streets of Miami. It's a bad movie that may be of some curiosity to Michael Mann fans (he produced this dreck) or those wishing to catch an early glimpse of Laurence Fishburne, Lauren Holly, or Hedwig's John Cameron Mitchell.
Trevor K (de) wrote: better than most virus movies ie resident evil,this is a old school fantastic movie which i still watch today.the only other movies which hold me as much are THE STAND and the andromeda strain.also look out for the andromeda mini series fantastic.warning sign stands the test of time by being a good subject and great film.
Brennan M (kr) wrote: Watched this with my dad at Riftrax Live, OMG that was SO funny. XD
Ruth K (nl) wrote: Myna Loy is hot, cool and elegant, so is Dick Powell. If you like The Thin Man, you'll love this one!