Eyeball

Eyeball

Killer in red cape and hood is killing off tourists on a tour bus by gouging out thier eyeballs.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:91 minutes
  • Release:1975
  • Language:Italian,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   torture,   car,  

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Jeff D (kr) wrote: Real bad. Not even funny.

William M (br) wrote: Cheesy predictable comedy but we all need one once in a while.

Manuel C (us) wrote: Una correcta pelcula pa pasar la tarde

Dimitri C (it) wrote: Well directed and with an excellent performance from Annette Bening, "Being Julia" is a lovable comedy with just enough ferocity.

Jack P (fr) wrote: A nice story well executed, terrifying and romantic at the same time.

Alexander C (fr) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!

Hanson M (it) wrote: Probably his best acting other then "The Legend of Drunken Master"

Charlie M (mx) wrote: A helicopter pilot crashes in war torn Vietnam and is soon rescued.

Mark P (ru) wrote: Attention to detail along with first hand claustrophobia.

Orlok W (au) wrote: Made when men were men and cars were cars--Cult 70's car chase flick packs a wallop!!

Stephen C (es) wrote: Rather odd but still interesting 70s cop movie. James William Guerico has so far only directed one film ,and this little cult oddity is that film. Robert Blake is fine as Wintergreen a Small bike cop who wants to become a big shot detective ,Trouble is when he does become a big shot detective he becomes disenchanted by the corruption and vice he sees around him. The film is packed full of great character actors such as Mitchell Ryan and Royal Dano ,and Conrad Hall adds a Fordian touch with his striking images of Monument valley. The ending comes as a shock and the film shows again just how good american movies were in the 70S ,Now finally on dvd this is one film worth seeking out

Roy N (nl) wrote: Frank is my thrid favorite out of the Rat Pack, behind Dean and Sammy, but Tony Rome is a pretty good detective movie from the 60's, Frank was a pretty goo actor, here he looks like he just had some fun in the sun with one of my favorite 60's movie hotties Jill St. John.

DIANA H (it) wrote: how can you not love the classics,

Christopher B (gb) wrote: This was definitely watchable. Interesting story, maybe a b-movie but ok.

Steve C (gb) wrote: This is a comedy detective movie about a hippie detective played by Joaquin Phoenix who I think resembles Joe Walsh in this. So it's OK I guess. The thing is I don't like detective movies and can't think of a single one of the genre that I ever liked. Well, I liked a couple of off-beat ones years ago (The Seven-Percent Solution and/or The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, not sure if both or which) but no telling what I would think of them now that I am generally unimpressed by movies.This is from a novel by Thomas Pynchon. I tried and failed to read one of his things once, The Crying of Lot 49, or some such and didn't get very far with it thinking it "Hippie Lit" which is not my thing at all. But I know he's probably great. . .whatever.Anyway. I watched thing in two different pieces and but by the last hour, it's rather long, was more interested in looking at Facebook on my phone than what was going on with the movie.I think one would be much better off watching a good movie by this director and star, The Master. But who knows? Different people like different stuff and I notoriously don't like most stuff.

Jason S (gb) wrote: Was expecting more, but didn't get it. A little slow and lacking.

Kenneth B (ru) wrote: The inverted Superman angle can only take this so far. The plot is unimaginitive, the CGI is unforgivably bad and Luke Wilson's sidekick friend is irritating and peddles only the lowest form of humour.

Darrell I (ru) wrote: Unlikely to be historically correct but Dominic Cooper put in such a powerful performance portraying both leads. The difference in character between Uday Hussein and Latif Yahia is perfectly portrayed. A gem of a find

Keith C (nl) wrote: Painfully predictable writing elevated somewhat by a good cast.