After being ditched by her cameraman because of her manipulative behavior at a murder scene, a reporter wanders through town looking for a phone she can use. She finds a small museum, where the proprietor invites her in to have a look around before leaving. In one room, she encounters a strange jar which causes her to have strange visions, visions that are supposedly drawn from her own mind. These 'visions' make up the rest of this four- part anthology, which includes horror and suspense stories about a junkie chasing a dog for his runaway fix, a pizza delivery boy who gets a Halloween surprise, a living but paralyzed OD victim forced to undergo her own autopsy because everyone thinks she's dead, and a deal between a golf course owner and a gravedigger that has some unexpected consequences.
Writer:Bob Farmer (screenplay), Steve Surgik (screenplay)
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Adam Z (mx) wrote: Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones finally reunite under the banner that defined the 1970s and redefined the rock and roll swagger that would forever shape how hard rock would be played in the world. With this bout, Jason Bonham (son of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham) joins the surviving members for what could be described as the perfect closure to a musical group whose mystique has remained intact nearly three decades after it's demise. The group is sharp and focused and clearly playing their hearts out. The performances are very good throughout with "Kashmir," "Trampled Underfoot" and "In My Time of Dying" as highlights for me. The onslaught by the media for these men to tour is relentless and should be laid to rest. Led Zeppelin was an entity driven by teenage testastorone and the sexual liberation of the 1970s. It had four musicians who cliqued and wound up creating some of the most timeless music in the history of popular song. To try and recapture that night after night is not what they represented. However, this concert proves the embers of Valhalla haven't gone out quite yet and can reignite with spectacular fury when stoked by desire. My only complaint was the theatre surround sound, which has been reported nearly from all corners of the world.
Chris H (nl) wrote: Its good watch it if you like Kick Ass Woody Harrelson plays his character role well also as he always does I did like and enjoy the movie its a good watch.
Laurne B (kr) wrote: Une tres belle histoire, un film tres emouvant...et cette gamine a vraiment bcp de talent!!
Nathan N (kr) wrote: Generic, made-for-tv disaster plus Bruce Campbell makes for a decent time.
Sabina B (us) wrote: This movie was quite interesting.
Blair S (nl) wrote: Pretty cool movie, Jason Lee plays a good douschebag. Giovanni Ribisi is great ain this kinda role. It's a little all over the place but if you pay attention it makes sense.
Jeff D (it) wrote: Quirky, just like every other indie movie of the mid 90s.
Rick I (mx) wrote: An extra half star for John Carpenter's Coroner
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Joe A (de) wrote: French horror The Pack ("La Meute") proves that even in France, picking up a hitchhiker in a rural area can only lead to trouble. And young, pretty Charlotte (milie Dequenne of Brotherhood of the Wolf) finds herself in deep trouble when she does exactly that and soon finds herself a prisoner of a strange backwoods woman and her son. And what they have in store for her is beyond her wildest nightmares. The Pack is a gruesome, disturbing and sometimes very effective little horror. It also has some huge plot holes and relies on a lot of convenience and bizarre character decisions to move it's plot along. If you can forgive or overlook it's faults, this can be an entertaining flick with a cool visual style, some gore and effectively creepy title creatures. If not, The Pack will probably leave you scratching your head alot especially at the end. I kinda liked it, so, I recommend it's worth a look but, with moderate expectations.