Furious

Furious

Furious is an unexplored dimension populated by cackling sorcerers, whispering statues, fat adolescent warriors and lots and lots of live chickens. Furious is power. It’s magic. It’s a kaleidoscopic siege on the concept of storytelling. And Furious is “RED HOT KARATE ACTION! Filmed entirely on location in Southern California!”

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:73 minutes
  • Release:1984
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:independent film,  

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Altered E (gb) wrote: Unlike most indie horror films of its ilk, this flick had a budget. And they blew all of it on a turkey puppet ('cause a pilgrim with an axe would be too easy), then probably blackmailed the cast and crew into working for free. The atrocious lighting is the funniest and most grievous offense, but the craptastic one-liners, a turkey-human sex scene, a turkey impersonating a cop - you can't make this stuff up. I say it's the best Thanksgiving themed slasher, but that's because this movie's only competition is its own sequels.

Ryan C (jp) wrote: Mark Duplass is the only reason I kept watching for his sure wittiness, but this new graphic style of a romantic comedy in space is really weird, but interesting.

Mattias E (au) wrote: Remarkably well executed debut from director Kim Ji-woon, featuring many of the stylistic trademarks of his later films. Excellent photography with the interior shots in the lodge coming across like a pre-study of the calculated eerie atmosphere in A Tale of Two Sisters. The Quiet Family also marks a double breakthrough performance from Song Kang-ho and Choi Min-sik, here developing their comedic skills in unison. All the quirkiness aside, Kim is also brave enough to use this movie as an excuse to slaughter one of the holy cows of Korean culture, the family, in a most amusingly disrespectful manner. Made at a time when Korean cinema was still rebellious and fresh.

Thomas K (us) wrote: Not overly well thought of when it was first released the film has the best of the Hollywood Poirots in Peter Ustinov, a clever script, a first rate cast, beautiful locations and the music of Cole Porter. First rate.

Wendy (br) wrote: awwws this looks cute :P

Robin T (ag) wrote: Scorsese work is verry effective again.Daniel-Day Lewis is another time extremely intense in 'The Butcher".Leonardo Dicaprio is always excellent.The New York of the 19th century is reproduced verry well.The only thing who missing for a perfect movie is a little shorter duration.

David K (us) wrote: A load of cliches with tar power does not a good movie make. Avoid. Not even stupid enough to be fun.

Nile A (gb) wrote: Enh. I still prefer a nice Errol Morris picture with less irritating subjects.

Iain B (jp) wrote: A tale of fish and ships