Fistful of Brains
The town of Shadowhawk is overrun with the undead when it gets caught in the war between two brothers, each leading their own army of the undead. One of the brothers has sold the townsfolk his “magical elixir” promising them immortality. What he doesn’t tell them is that he’s recruiting them for his zombie army, and they will develop an unquenchable hunger for human flesh!
- Stars:Jaqueline Martini, Conrad Osborne, Edward Warner, Darrell Parker, Wayne Bates, Heidi Martinuzzi, Pericles Lewnes, Jessie Walley, Angela Giddings, Zachary Edgerton, William Drake, Andy Miller, Chuck Williams, Paul Cardullo, Debbie Bailey,
- Director:Christine Parker,
- Writer:Christine Parker
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(fr) wrote: Sure, I hate the liberal media. But I kinda hate Breitbart too.
(nl) wrote: Watched countless times. Good war story and acting by the real heroes of those missions.
(it) wrote: Not bad but pretty silly, even for a Scooby-Doo movie...
(kr) wrote: Great film about lose.... and how there is a light throw the dark times.
(ag) wrote: Incredible movie. Featuring a story rife with thought-provoking themes, intense action and emotional plotting, this film is supported by breathtaking direction, stylish editing and set pieces, including the long-take sequences, as well as stellar performances from its cast, especially Owen and Caine.
(de) wrote: Another fun horror/comedy. Outstanding cast. Pretty good effects. Just a lot of fun.
(nl) wrote: Sid and the Cos spend a night in a gambling parlour which leads to a series of bizarre situations involving Gangsters, Suspicious Housewives, and a church picnic showdown. Definitely worth a look, but far from the castmembers' best.
(us) wrote: So THIS is a Ken Russell film... All the characters are stark, raving mad, and they spend about half the movie naked.
(ag) wrote: A beautiful movie, I'm glad that a new Hercules movie was made and a better one at that. Although the Hercules tv series will always be the best. We get to see the tragedy of Hercule's past and his relationship with the golden deer woman.
(kr) wrote: Brilliant comedy and my second favorite W.C. Fields after "It's a Gift". Completely insane story and I can only imaging what the original story Fields submitted must have been like before the studio toned it down.
(ru) wrote: First I thought it was really good, but after I saw "The lady vanishes" this movie is just a bad copy.
(jp) wrote: Meticulous, ambiguous, and uncomfortable, "Safe" is a strange meditation on the nature of disease and the space humans occupy in the world. Moore's character, a housewife and feminine ideal, is revealed to be suffering from some sort of disease, and while the trajectory she's given begins as a critique of the vacuous nature of wealth (every aspect of her life is communicated through Haynes' attention to detail, from the uneasiness with which she treats people of color, to the robotic nature of her marriage, to the young son who already has the makings of a bleeding-heart liberal), it ultimately ends up studying the abusive nature of institutionalized religion. The end result is ripe for critical dissection; there are a lot of ideas hidden in the subtext, and Haynes' direction is inspired (he finds horrific claustrophobia in the emptiness of space, placing Moore off-center in large environments and emphasizing her insignificance to possibly portray her own perception of herself). Moore's role would prove to be impossible for a lesser actress, and the resulting performance is magnetic and confounding. The sound design is also exquisite; the score revels in strange ambiance and liquid bubbles. I don't have a grasp on what the whole thing was about (the AIDS epidemic? 20th century paranoia?) but it certainly left me a lot to consider, not to mention considerably creeped out.
(nl) wrote: Great film! Genuine story line. Very well cast. And beautifully filmed in an artsy nugget of a town: Winston-Salem, North Carolina.