In the tradition of Stephen King’s Stand by Me, Chiller’s original film Ghoul – based on the celebrated novel by author Brian Keene — tells the story of three damaged children who set out to find who, or what, is behind a rash of local disapperances. Staring Modern Family‘s Nolan Gould, the film explores the darkness that hides behind small town life. It is the summer of 1984 when a teenage couple goes missing among the gravestones of the local cemetery. Twelve-year-old Timmy and his best friends, Barry and Doug, have grown up hearing stories about a sinister Ghoul that haunts the cemetery. Eventually, they begin to wonder if the horrific legend might actually be real. Timmy and his friends are forced to put their friendship to the ultimate test when they dig up long-buried secrets, facing their personal demons and the one hiding underground.
Ryan M (ru) wrote: I'm really starting to like the new Bollywood. The character Meeta is hilarious!
Michael K (br) wrote: Intimate Italian slice of life drama about a middle-aged man who looks after his elderly mother as his debts increase. A chance to relief some of that comes along in the form of his landlord resulting in mild humoured look at a section of society that's rarely observed.
Maite P (it) wrote: Mirror Mirror on the wall whos the hottest of them all. Brandon is!! LOL
Ville H (nl) wrote: Vau! Mithn tst voi edes sanoa. Kukaan ei tee ihmissuhdedraamaa kuten Almodovar. Lluis Homar ja Penelope Cruz on kankaalla tydellinen pari.
Curtis W (ca) wrote: boring movie about people with gambling problems
Donna C (es) wrote: this is a good movie
Mario J (jp) wrote: Some good scenes, some noticeable actors but story is hit or miss! Good plot and enough to keep me interested but at the climax blah.
Lukia Z (it) wrote: Finally I remember when I first heard the line "retirement equals death"
Iain S (es) wrote: Shame they couldn't turn a good idea into a good film. Avoid
Mike N (it) wrote: it was ok but its nothing special.
Eric H (ca) wrote: I have no idea how some people think this film is better than the second one. In fact this feels like a worse version compared to the first one. Rambo feels like some supernatural character in this, instead of being human. Yeah sure the first two was a bit of a stretch, but it's passable. In this one, Rocky is basically a one man army, almost untouchable since no bullets can touch him. Yeah this is the most fit Sylvester Stallone has ever been and even admitted in a interview, that he was in the best physical shape of his career in this. Which is good for him, but everything in this seemed to drag and the annoying kid character doesn't add to the film at all, but just annoying. He doesn't seem like a character that is torn up cause of the wars he been through anymore, but a clich hero that is untouchable. The whole thing is basically a rescue mission for Rambo to save an old friend and some others if need be. Most of the first part of this film is just boring and the plot isn't engaging at all and I just wanted it to get to the action scenes as quick as possible. Nothing about the beginning parts of Rambo's new life and how he gets dragged back into wielding guns and arrows was interesting. Yeah Rambo has corny one liners once again that is silly and yet memorable, but that is all that stands out for Rambo in this one. This isn't a bad action movie, but nothing special either. The way Rambo uses stealth to his advantage like in the other Rambo movies was cool to watch though. The worst in the series though and the beginning part of the film was tedious to watch!
Greg W (br) wrote: another eric rohmer comedy
David L (ag) wrote: Very much along the lines of Cannibal Holocaust - Brutal and shocking. If anything, the grotesque content of this film has surpassed the latter and here I was thinking that wouldn't have been possible. However, I guess that was based upon the fact that I would never have expected to see someone being castrated, and having their severed penis eaten, or a female being crucified by her mammaries! It's no wonder these films were banned, and still are in some countries. It's compelling to say the least, although I feel that the intent has now become more focused to shock, than on the actual storyline. Nevertheless, this is an unmissable genre of horror, but not for the faint hearted, or whilst you're having your tea!
David H (fr) wrote: Clearly an amazing film, if only for the coffee shop scene, but there are many other amusements throughout.
bill s (au) wrote: Sometimes a movie is too dry and self aware and by sometimes I mean here.