Three strangers arrive one by one to a mysterious cabin in the middle of nowhere after enduring separate life-altering predicaments. Searching for a way out of the woods, frustrated, hungry and battling to stay warm they discover their mysterious connection and realize what they have to do in order to get out of the woods alive.
- Stars:Katherine Waterston, Scott Eastwood, Sara Paxton, Shaun Sipos, Christopher Denham, Jesse Perez, Leigh Lezark, Vic Finalborgo,
- Director:Jack Heller,
- Writer:Shawn Christensen, Jason Dolan
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(us) wrote: Its not bad. Its something good to watch with your kids.
(es) wrote: After the absolute brilliance of the very first "Feast," the sequel was that much more of a ridiculous disappointment. And then there is the third, which picks up right where the last installment left off with absolutely no signs of improvement at all. The acting remains just as bad as the second, if not worse, the story downward spirals into complete ridiculousness with the introduction of idiotic characters like a prophet and a ninja. I mean...ugh, there is no reason to continue. An entire scene films in flashing lights that goes on forever, allowing you to see absolutely nothing but...flashing lights. Yeah, great film. If the "Feast" series has interested you, watch the first and leave it at that. The rest of the story is an absolute, complete and utter waste of time, even for the biggest horror movie fan. The only thing happy about this film is when you realise it's finished.
(ca) wrote: I was on netflix when I seen this movie. It has Ray Romano & Kevin James so I thought it'd be like a family corny funny movie....BUT I WAS WRONG this is not a funny movie at all and I was shock to hear Ray Romano swear...but this movie is no good at all be sides Ray Romano getting a bj for a chick who use to be a dude HAHAHAHAHA (it's in the story she wasn't really a dude) PASS
(ag) wrote: For a look into Army basic training watch Full Metal Jacket (1987). For a look into Army AIT (Advanced Individual Training) watch Tigerland (2000). Both films focus on the making of warriors without commenting on the making of war.
(fr) wrote: Watched again...Funny and sad... Must see indie film 2000s.
(de) wrote: an entertaining, french whodunnit with musical sensibilities.
(au) wrote: This really is a nice performance by the odd looking Fessenden & Snaider as the freaky sexual girlfriend. Would have been so much better with 20-25 minutes edited out but the finale is good. Slow & steady.
(us) wrote: That's the sound of the man, working on the chain gang! I realize that song followed a terribly sad moment in the film...but it was really catchy.
(es) wrote: King of New York is a great film and is full of great actors! The story line for this film is clever and a little unexpected at the end. So overall i give this film 4.5 out of 5 and this film is FRESH!!!
(de) wrote: Motel Hell is the wonderfully psychotic and laugh-out-loud funny horror satire from 1980 about a couple of farmers who harvest humans for meat. The film stars Rory Calhoun, in an amazing performance, Nancy Parsons, Nina Axelrod, Pail Linke, and a small part by Wolfman Jack. You can also spot a pre-Cheers John Ratzenberger as one of the victims. The film was directed by Kevin Connor, who also directed From Beyond the Grave. Overall, it's not a well-looked upon film critically and commercially, but it has a very strong cult following, mainly because of the chainsaw duel at the end of the film while Farmer Vincent wears a pig's severed head. But it also has a lot of weird and gross things, chief among them the gurgling noise coming from the victims that the killers our harvesting. At times it's hilarious and at times it's scary, so it's a very good blend. It's not one of the best horror comedies out there, but it's definitely one of the most memorable.
(it) wrote: "Dirty" Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood) is a widowed cop who dispenses rough justice by his own set of rules. He's tasked with stopping the rampage of a crazed serial killer (Andrew Robinson), but he's hobbled by incompetent superiors who protect criminal scum with ridiculous things such as the Bill Of Rights. Loosely derived from the real-life slayings of the Zodiac Killer, Dirty Harry tapped into American fears regarding urban crime and, coupled with Eastwood's iconic performance, this was enough to make the film into a lucrative property. While effective as a tautly-paced thriller, this picture's main contribution to American cinema is that its success led to four direct sequels and an onslaught of "loose cannon" cop movies that crib directly from Dirty Harry's playbook.
(mx) wrote: A delightful, original and funny Woody Allen mockumentary that is most impressive due to Gordon Willis' spectacular cinematography and the technique employed to make it look like old film from the 1920s, with even the actors inserted into real archival footage from back then.