Happy Hell Night

Happy Hell Night

25 years ago at Winfield College, psycho-priest Zachary Malius murdered seven frat boys and was put away in the local asylum. Now, however, the same fraternity stages a prank from which Malius is inadvertently set free and returns to the house to repeat his crime...

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JEREMIAH M (jp) wrote: loved it. cheesy comedy

Lee H (ag) wrote: Good idea and brilliant effects for such a low budget film ruined by rubbish characters, bad acting and potentially great set pieces completely botched up!

Eric H (us) wrote: A Screaming Man is an extremely well played meditation on what it is like to have your world flipped upside down in a heartbeat, and how one makes amends with the unpredictability of life. Highly Recommended.

Andrew T (au) wrote: Many nations were hit by the tsunami of 2004, one of which was Thailand. With the destruction of the resorts along the beach of a sleepy seaside town, Ton, an architect from Bangkok, is sent to supervise the rebuilding of its hotels. Staying at a hotel where he appears to be the only guest, yet they do the laundry for each room each day, his entrance to this small town soon creates waves of disapproval. His developing relationship with local girl Na causes gossip to spread and meets with the disapproval of her ??gangster till he dies?? brother. Not exactly moving at a fast pace, Wonderful Town takes a while to get moving, coming to an abrupt end just when it gets going. But, debut director Aditya Assarat creates an intriguing atmosphere, with eerie music and making the most of southern Thailand??s ever-changing weather patterns. While the acting could be improved in parts, the cinematography cannot be questioned, only adding to the mysterious atmosphere. While not exactly groundbreaking, Wonderful Town??s sleepy pace serves a calming influence.

yeeting c (ag) wrote: OH MY FREAKIN' GOD. this movie was HILARIOUS

Ann B (it) wrote: I was very disappointed that they changed the storyline to the original Firestarter for this movie. If this movie would have been made alone without making it a sequel to the first one I would give it a 5 stars as it is an awesome movie.

Paul D (ag) wrote: This is simply a later reworking of Shakespearian romantic comedies and the film adaptation also represents this style. It is however very dull, devoid of pace or zest.

Jeffrey M (es) wrote: Billy Bathgate should be much more exciting and gritty than it is. The story of Dutch Schultz and his decline offers a wealth of material for Hollywood to make a competent gangster film. Instead, Billy Bathgate focuses more on Schultz's protege, and his brief love interest in Nicole Kidman. This succeeds in making the movie boring at times.That said, Dustin Hoffman was excellent as Schultz, and Bruce Willis was effective as well, though ultimately wasted. Hoffman and the excellent world building, the most realistic depiction of 1930s New York I've seen, are why I ultimately enjoyed it, despite its' prominent flaws.

Alex C (gb) wrote: I could listen to the conversations and observe the interactions all day long.

Hannibal S (it) wrote: Hugely underrated and ahead of it's time for dealing with plastic surgery and the cult of the model. Albert Finney is like the greates actor alive...and James Coburn is solid.

Richard D (kr) wrote: I hadn't seen this film since I saw it in the theater with my parents back when I was a wee lad. I remember being very fond of it at the time. It hasn't held up quite as much as I would have liked. It has a lot of things going for it. Matt Dillon, just a year after his film debut in "Over the Edge", and Adam Baldwin in his film debut are both excellent. So is much of the supporting cast, in particular Martin Mull as Chris Makepeace's dad. Makepeace I'm not so fond of. I think he's a remarkably weak lead. Ruth Gordon is also not in her best form. I don't think it's her fault. She's got a generic, foul-mouthed granny character to play, and she gamely tries to make it more than the dull character it is. (The less said about John Houseman's brief appearance as an old man with the hots for her the better). The score is simply terrible. Generally speaking, this is a nice, entertaining film that is nowhere near as special as it's critical reception would lead you to believe. It's a kind of refreshing throwback to the late 70's that actually endorses violence in the hands of the right people as a means of solving problems ... and does it in the context of a family film. Joan Cusack, Tim Kazurinsky, Dean Devlin (yes, that Dean Devlin) and an uncredited Jennifer Beals all make their film debuts here. George Wendt also has a tiny part.

David D (mx) wrote: A fine reimagining of the excellent play that was so well filmed in 1972. The script is fine and the performances by the two man cast are superb. Still, very good as this version is, I prefer the earlier version for both screenplay and performances.

Edgar C (us) wrote: Often described very accurately as "a perfect fusion between French Impressionism, avant-garde Surrealism, Soviet montage and Hollywood pathos", Dimitri Kirsanoff's Mnilmontant (1926) represents the extent to which silent cinema could reach as a means of dramatic storytelling.With revolutionary editing techniques that preceded many future projects, such as the double exposure, Mnilmontant is primarily notorious for having no intertitles explaining the story. It is storytelling at its most theatrical. An image is worth more than a thousand words. In this way, Kirsanoff's immaculate vision allowed the film to wear several masks in order to convey different emotions. From the opening sequence, which has a brutally impactful effect with no hesitation, to the scenarios that transmitted loneliness and melancholy, Mnilmontant is versatile in its appearance even if uneven in its genre composition, the latter not being a negative aspect whatsoever.This versatility, however, is not only emotional, but technical as well. It makes visual transitions, from image juxtapositions to an extraordinary cinematography rarely seen before that precedes Renoir's Partie de Campagne by 10 years, gracious to capture the facets of an entire world: the natural landscapes of the country and the populated streets of the city, the images of terror and the explicit facial expressions, always transmitting something and never letting go."Revolutionary" is a term that seldom applies. This is a case that earned that merit. Mnilmontant blossoms as a flower in a sunny morning and sleeps quietly during the night, finding a perpetual place in the annals of cinema, in the mind of the critic and in the heart of the appreciator.100/100

chris a (kr) wrote: one of the first movies to show Eddie's ability to play more than one character, coming to america is an east romantic comedy to watch, with spats here and there of comedic value.

Sonia P (us) wrote: I thought it would be funnier

Devon W (gb) wrote: There's a letdown. Asides from the old lady herself everything in this movie was bland, boring, ridiculous and unlikable.