Experiment Perilous

Experiment Perilous

In 1903, Doctor Huntington Bailey (Brent) meets a friendly older lady during a train trip. She tells him that she is going to visit her brother Nick and his lovely young wife Allida. Once in New York, Bailey hears that his train companion suddenly died. Shortly afterward, he meets the strange couple and gets suspicious of Nick's treatment of his wife.

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Experiment Perilous torrent reviews

Dann M (fr) wrote: An action-packed but poorly written prequel, Death Race 2 is mindless fun. After a bank robbery goes wrong, Carl Lucas is sentenced to Terminal Island where the Weyland Corporation is experimenting with prisoner combat entertainment. Overall, the plot isn't that bad, and does a fair job at crafting an origin story for the Death Race. The casting is also pretty solid, and features Luke Goss, Lauren Cohan, Danny Trejo, and Ving Rhames; but their characters aren't written very well. Still, the fight scenes and chases are full of thrills and excitement. Death Race 2 provides an interesting backstory for the series, but the B-movie quality holds it back.

kevin s (jp) wrote: Yuck, and I mean that in the very best possible way.

rick r (ru) wrote: For me "Alien Raiders" was an homage to classic alien horror of the 80's with films like "The Thing" "Xtro" and "Night Of The Creeps". The kind where the species is more of a virus or infestation and builds from human DNA to return from extinction on a new planet. Those kind are more horror than sci-fi because the alien becomes more that the creature from outer space. It morphs into a monster and brings out deeper fears in humanity - the fear of one another.This film attempted quite well to blend those classic aspects of alien horror with a more modern guerilla warfare in middle America. A group of people become renegades on hunt to track down an alien species that are bent on taking over earth by infection and gestation with human as the host.This film picks up as the story is already in motion for the characters which can be confusing to the viewers sometimes however in this pic it stays smooth and understandable. There is almost a subdued overture to the film due to the constant Christmas muzak in the background and lethargic profiles of several of the cast. Here is the set up: a group of renegade hunters take over a supermarket in a small town while tracking down an invading alien species. It almost seems like a generic robbery by the over-dramatic until they hit the store and the employees realize that something is off about the gunmen. The harsh cruelty of the assailants sends the remaining store workers into a panic and fear becomes the emotional norm throughout this film.The action and acting in this film was plausible and fluid between the actors as they battled wits back and forth over the cruelty and importance of the situation. The scenes were well thought of and seemed almost unrehearsed much like a one take scene set up. The action doesn't stop from moment to moment with blood and screams and back and forth between the alien hunters and hostage negotiators and aliens busting out of bodies and store personnel dropping like flies.The special effects on this film were thought out they actually put the money in the right place with using organic and true special fx such as blood guts and prosthetic and such instead of depending on CGI like a lot of small films do these days. I think that is why I like this movie so much. It will be timeless were as most of the CGI stuff always seems dated.The film didn't attempt to force feed the story on us with a lot of backstory dialog other than what was necessary and was perfectly weaved with what was happening in the now. The actors didn't over act or exaggerate their characters which makes the film easy to sit through with annoyances and they didn't compensate on any absurdities with ridiculous unnecessary humor.All in all this is a great alien film to watch over and over and I feel they should carry it into a low budget franchise. Plus it happens during the Christmas season, Dec. 20th to be exact so it is a good film for Christmas time to watch. The store is decked out in holiday dcor. Really enjoyed this film.

Sagar T (au) wrote: i love this movie, its jus fuckin hilarious

Johnny B (mx) wrote: Not Kurosawa's best, but somehow a fitting final film. Funny and sad.

Wayne H (es) wrote: You know I love bad cinema, but this was just crap. It was funny in some respects, but the acting was beyond horrible, and the storyline was completely predictable...down to who was trying to disrupt the program. Don't waste your time, even for bad movie night. Can I only give it 1/4 star?

Mike M (de) wrote: Though actuality is in monochrome and any kind of escapist fiction (school plays, Punch and Judy shows, etc.) in colour throughout, the two forms are joined in matrimony by a bravura editing conceit oddly reminiscent, two decades on, of those special DVD features that allow viewers to watch hidden or deleted scenes during the feature proper by pushing the appropriate button. With clips from Demy's features inserted between the filmed memories, the technique would be jolting (alienating, even) were these extracts not so seamlessly integrated; real care and effort has been taken to return to the original exteriors wherever possible, and there are half a dozen of the most gorgeous, seductive match cuts in all cinema. The tangled roots of a cherry blossom tree poking through a crack in the Demys' yard gives way to strands of hair on Jacques the elder's head; Jacquot turning the crank on his beloved new camera chimes with his mother, behind him (as ever), grinding coffee beans. Varda is attempting to put on screen every fibre of her beloved's being, not out of any morbid fear of losing him, rather to connect the dots between one Jacques Demy and another, and - in doing so - to celebrate a life, in word and image and song. One of the few memoir-movies, or memorial-movies, that really does merit the description lyrical.

Brandon D (nl) wrote: Pretty decent, interesting story, but I'm not really sure how it fully connected at the end. The kills were kinda dull, special effects were just ok. Its really just the same old stuff we've seen before in other high school/college based slashers. Some laughable moments, terrible dialogue, and stiff acting, but its expected in this genre. I've seen better slashers, but I have definitely seen much much worse. If you are a fan of the genre, give it a shot, if not I suggest you look somewhere else.

Pantha R (au) wrote: Jovial Orson Welles Shit!!