A group of paranormal investigators enter the abandoned home of pedophile and serial killer John Gacy, hoping to find evidence of paranormal activity. Upon entering the house they set-up ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A group of paranormal investigators enter the abandoned home of pedophile and serial killer John Gacy, hoping to find evidence of paranormal activity. Upon entering the house they set-up ...
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JeanPol C (au) wrote: "I, Daniel Blake" - Alert to our society in lack of humanity ... A powerful film, a film that marks the attention
C J (ag) wrote: The story is not great, but many of the jokes are. Grace is not a bad actress at all
Roger P (it) wrote: Great documentary about the birth of a genre, and about low budget, groundbreaking filmmaking in general and the social times in which it occurred.
Greg R (jp) wrote: I just adore this movie. It's one of my favorite Scorsese pictures.
Avery M (fr) wrote: It's like the movie tries to say something, then chickens out of doing so, and younger audiences who don't know who Jerry Seinfeld is aren't going to have a good time.
Damian L (ag) wrote: Better than the first!
Jose Luis M (ru) wrote: Me ha encantado esta pelicula , el mejor papel de Hugh Grant desde Cuatro Bodas. Una comedia sobre la relacin de un nio perspicaz con un cnico y egocentrista , excelentes dialogos y una banda sonora a cargo de Badly Drawn Boy y como dice Jon Bon Jovi "No man is an island"
Zack B (fr) wrote: Gaspar Noe's first feature is not surprisingly a difficult film to watch. The main character, The Butcher, is one of the vilest, most disgusting characters to ever be examined in fiction. Throughout the film, we are privy to the inner thoughts of The Butcher which are always brutally violent, hateful, depraved, and nihilistic. From this description one would already be turned off. I wouldn't blame any person who would be disgusted with the premise of any of Gaspar's films. The fact of the matter is, however, that Gaspar is truly one of the most fascinating and innovative directors of the past decade. His films are difficult because they are unflinching portrayals of human depravity. I have never gotten the feeling that Gaspar makes them for the sheer enjoyment of being depraved. It seems to me in each of his films he is conveying a clear and unforgettable message. In "I Stand Alone" he is clearly showing us the repercussions of a human soul struggling though day to day life on its own. This isolation, though not in all cases, usually causes a deep rooted resentment for society and for other human beings. At the end of the film, as disgusted as I was, I found that Gaspar was intelligently and unapologetically saying that loneliness is a wasting disease that can gradually eat away at a soul and eventually cause destruction.
It pOoNiS RiZo 2 U (ag) wrote: This movie is my trademark movie! I would kill any MF who hurt my family Bella Mafia style!
Rylan J (us) wrote: Great story, great performances all around. Kathy Bates's transformation from cowering, submissive housewife to strong, independent woman was especially impressive for me.
Jari K (de) wrote: Oh yes, we're in the "so bad, it's good" territory now. Eric Freeman's legendary performance is memorable for all the wrong reasons, and boy, is he fun to watch!The film does have a few problems, though, like "why does it exist?" It's mostly stock footage of the first movie, and it offers little to the continuity of the story. Well, it exists because it was supposed to be a cut version of the first Silent Night, Deadly Night. Freeman was supposed to tell the story as it went along, and never leave the mental ward in the first place.Another problem is that the film is supposed to take place on Christmas Eve. If I didn't know that it was supposed to be a Christmas film, I would tell you the movie takes place in the middle of summer.My final problem would be that the original actors were gone, especially because the first half of the movie is stock footage and we remember the original actors as clear as day. It takes away the satisfaction that we would have had for seeing Mother Superior pay her dues.But, honestly, Eric Freeman's performance is very entertaining in its own way, and I definitely recommend it to people who don't take their exploitation films too seriously.
Christine C (es) wrote: Could not even watch it for 30 mins. Gosh.
Evan T (mx) wrote: very overrated film that has some humorous moments but this really isn't my type of movie
Jason J (es) wrote: One of the finest supernatural thrillers you'll ever see. It has an interesting premise, an intelligently written script, good acting, atmosphere you can cut with a knife, nail-biting suspense, beautiful cinematography, and touches of humour that add to rather than take away from the movie. Wonderfully directed by Jacques Tourneur, the actors are well-teamed in the shape of Dana Andrews as the prominent psychologist Dr Holden, who remains almost unshakable in his well-balanced and logical view towards the unsettling events gradually gaining momentum. He is pitted against Niall MacGinnis who gives a mesmerising performance as the dark and sinister Dr Karswell. If you haven't seen this movie than you have missed a film which probably set the trend for other movies of it's genre. Watch and enjoy!
Jeanne S (br) wrote: Revisited my aging VHS copy of this 1956 classic: Tea & Sympathy offers a prescient analysis of bullying, the violence of enforced gender codes, and rituals of homosocial normativity (enforced male merriment). At the same time that it oddly confronts the homophobia enmeshed in gender policing head-on, it also constantly elides its own nascent queer politics. The voice of conscience throughout, Laura??s sometimes proto-feminist / sometimes Mrs. Robinson-esque character is ultimately forced to retract/ repent her radical actions in a moralizing epistolary that closes the film. The protagonist, Tom (John Kerr) redeems himself by becoming a published author of a tell-all memoir. Camp Quotables:"But there are bittersweet memories, and they can be pleasant." Laura (Deborah Kerr)"Years from now, when you talk about this--and you will--be kind." Laura (Deborah Kerr)
William R (es) wrote: A slow burning engaging thriller