A group of college friends decide to spend their weekend in an isolated hospital for playing paintballs, alcohol and sex. The hospital actually is the home of a killer who has been suffering PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) after coming back from the war. Not happy with the presence of uninvited guests, the killer decides to send them away in his own ways. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
You may also like
Hazard Jack torrent reviews
Premyslaw D (kr) wrote: Surprisingly good for a Disney Channel movie.
John M (br) wrote: What a let down. There was very little suspense and the ending was very unwhelming. Cloris did have some funny lines but really disappointed in what could have been a great movie
Allan C (ca) wrote: Nothing great, but decent horror film. It reminded me in some ways of the superior "Buried" which took place entirely in a coffin. This one takes place mostly in a locked car. The film actually seems to lose it's way when it wanders away from the heroine trapped in the car wedged between two trees, who's being stalked by a killer. Although it was well crafted, the film seemed kind of long and probably would have played better as a 60 minute short film.
Brad G (kr) wrote: There are moments in Firecracker that make the film an absolute must-see for cheap karate genre die hards. The opening mustache man impaling. The creepy, weird slicing of clothes sex scene. The topless karate fight. The everyone is kung fu fighting reality--seriously, there are people in this film who have No Business knowing karate kicking some serious random ass. The eye socket attack climax. But there is also a lot of meh to wade through as well. And an hour and 23 minutes shouldn't feel this long. VF.
Justin O (nl) wrote: Not as good as the first.
Esther R (kr) wrote: Goeie nederlandse film. Rauw realistisch.
Ola G (es) wrote: In 2022, a comet strikes Earth causing an 11-year drought. By 2033, most of the little remaining water is held in reserve by Kesslee (Malcolm McDowell) and his Water & Power (W&P) corporation, which uses the water to control the population. Rebecca Buck - "Tank Girl" (Lori Petty) - is a member of a commune in the Australian outback that operates the last water well not controlled by the corporation. In an attack on the commune, W&P troops kill Tank Girl's boyfriend, Richard (Brian Wimmer), and capture Tank Girl and her young friend Sam (Stacy Linn Ramsower). Rather than killing her, Kesslee tortures and enslaves the defiant Tank Girl. Jet Girl (Naomi Watts), a talented but introverted jet mechanic who has given up trying to escape W&P, urges Tank Girl to make less trouble for their captors, though Tank Girl refuses. They finally break out and steal a tank and a jet. Eventually they bump into the mysterious Rippers, half animal/half humans that does what ever they can to destroy Water and Power. Together with Tank Girl and Jet Girl they will try to end the reign of Water and Power...Based on Alan Martin and Jamie Hewlett cult comic "Tank Girl" we get a a comic-book-style action-adventure that goes over the top, but still manages to keep it together to be an enjoyable and fun ride in my point of view. The film has a perfect balance with a tough heroine loaded with sharp comments no matter what difficult situation she might be in, evil villains, humanlike mutants, cool vehicles, big sets, humor and solid stunts. The props are well-designed and imaginative and creates a feeling of "authenticity" to the scenes, and the visual and special effects are very much ok for being 1995. I havent properly red the comic "Tank Girl", but as far as I know it contains a lot of sex, nudity, violence, strong women and a base with a lot of dark humour. Some topics have obviously been toned down in the movie version, but the general look and vibe is portrayed in a great way. Malcolm McDowell is good as Kesslee, Naomi Watts great as Jet Girl and Lori Petty manages to really give life to Tank Girl. Shes loud, aggressive, a one-liner machine and she never seems to give up no matter what. Financially unsuccessful, "Tank Girl" recouped only about $6 million of its $25 million budget at the box office and received mixed to negative reviews from critics. Martin and Hewlett have since spoken negatively of their experiences creating the film. Talalay blamed some of the film's negative reception on studio edits over which she had no control. Despite the negative critical reception and box office failure of the film, it has been cited as an example of a comic book film with a cult following, and it is noted for its feminist themes. Alan Martin and Jamie Hewlett, the creators of the Tank Girl comic have since spoken poorly of their experiences in creating the film, calling it "a bit of a sore point" for them. Hewlett said, "The script was lousy; me and Alan kept rewriting it and putting Grange Hill jokes and Benny Hill jokes in, and they obviously weren't getting it. They forgot to film about ten major scenes so we had to animate them ... it was a horrible experience." The reviews as said were more or less negative. Owen Gleiberman gave the film a C- rating, praising Petty's performance which he said was the only good part of an otherwise "amateurish" film. Janet Maslin wrote: "Chief among its strong points is Lori Petty, a buzz-cut fashion plate in a Prozac necklace, who brings the necessary gusto to Tank Girl's flippancy." Leonard Klady from Variety gave a mixed review, saying: "What's missing from the mix is an engaging story to bind together its intriguing bits. And Lori Petty as 'Tank Girl' ... has the spunk but, sadly, not the heart of the post-apocalyptic heroine." I dont agree to all these negative comments, I think that "Tank Girl" has that solid mix of everything to make the comic come alive on the silver screen. I found myself having a big smile on my face during the whole film so to me this was an enjoyable experience.
joseph e (kr) wrote: While it had it's shares of laughs, the rest of the film kind of just passed on by like unwanted in-laws during Christmas vacation.
Scott C (gb) wrote: Way too long and not very memorable.
janet b (fr) wrote: Nice addition to the famous app
Clay E (ag) wrote: This movie scared me as a kid for some reason. Doesn't look so scary now. I think a remake of this movie would be interesting.
Larry S (br) wrote: Cheesy 70's music in the opening credits. A Clint Eastwood type script. And John Wayne set loose in London. Lot's could go wrong with film, but it's great fun. Not great but also not one of John Wayne's worst. It's much better than his other detective movie McQ. Even mediocre John Wayne is better than a lot of other movies.
J D (br) wrote: Lags in a few places, but it's anchored well by a superb performance by the always great William H. Macy. Like other movies about anti-Semitism and racism, this one sometimes almost feels like an "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" type of movie because while the protagonists try to live their normal lives, the bigots act more and more irrational, but act out in such a way that what they do seems clinical, cold, and logical in their own warped minds, making the protagonist have to "act out" and "cause problems". Meat Loaf also turns in a surprisingly strong performance as the next door neighbor, part Cro-Magnon, part backyard BBQ buddy, part pod person bigot. It takes a bit to start moving, but when Macy and Paymer (also doing a great job) start debating, the soul of the movie is really revealed. I didn't quite get the ending, but I'm going to be reading Miller's novel to get a more in-depth look at this well-done story.
Regina M (mx) wrote: great movie. Lots going on but it all makes sense in the end. I loved it.
Brenden K (au) wrote: The music and the visuals are spectacular, putting you in the feeling of an Indiana Jones movie. However, the movie has scenes happen for no reason, and litterly go nowhere. The pacing in the beginning and the middle are horrible, extending unnecessary scenes and shortening important scenes. The end is where the film really gets exciting and starts to feel natural, despite a few goofy moments. The film plays out more like an unintentional comedy, having cartoonish or bizarre scenes that are so goofy, that you can't help but to laugh. The fight scenes are well put together for the time, with great practical effects with blood and the giant snake.Despite numerous problems, Conan is a decent action-fantasy with a few laughs here and there.