Herschell Gordon Lewis: The Godfather of Gore
Take an outrageous ride through this wild world of exploitation films with this thoroughly entertaining documentary, HERSCHELL GORDON LEWIS – THE GODFATHER OF GORE! Featuring cult director John Waters, Drive-In Movie Critic Joe Bob Briggs, Herschell Gordon Lewis himself and a “cast of thousands,” you’ll witness the innocent bare-naked era of Nudie-Cuties before Lewis schocked the world with “Blood Feast,” the first ever gore film!
- Stars:Mal Arnold, John Bloom, Jerome Eden, David F. Friedman, Frank Henenlotter, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Ray Sager, Catherine Thornton, John Waters, Bunny Yeager,
- Director:Frank Henenlotter, Jimmy Maslon,
Gory, Gory, Hallelujah! Take an outrageous ride through the wild world of exploitation films with this often-hilarious documentary, HERSCHELL GORDON LEWIS, THE GODFATHER OF GORE! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Herschell Gordon Lewis: The Godfather of Gore torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Great. Informative. Exciting. Major eye-opener.
(gb) wrote: Was good but some of the other will always stand out from this one for me. Would I watch it again yes but in hoping for another one
(ag) wrote: The slowest, most boring film I ever bothered to watch till the end and then wished I hadn't.
(nl) wrote: Hayride tried hard to scare but ultimately failed with its cliche plot. There were lots of gore but that's all the redeeming factor there is.
(it) wrote: Really liked it when it when came out. Granted I didn't know much about movies then as I do now (kind of a genius), but still pretty underrated.
(br) wrote: I didn't know what to expect from this film, but I sure didn't expect to be laughing my ass off throughout most of it. The simple voice over against b-roll footage makes this movie what it is. Not to mention Bob Saget's twisted humor and some hiliariously written dialogue to go along with the visuals. If you want a silly movie to laugh at, check this one out.
(ca) wrote: Below is an entertaining film. It is about the strange happenings that occur on a WWII submarine. Bruce Greenwood, Olivia Williams, and David Crow give fantastic performances. The script is well written. David Twohy did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the mystery and thrills. Below is a must see.
(mx) wrote: A hilarious film that stands the test of time and brings the over-the-top Jim Carrey to his very best. Ridiculous in many ways but so unbelievably quotable.
(fr) wrote: Storyline/Plot is non-existent and i felt my brain juice drained out of my ears. Beart looked seriously cherubic there... :)
(fr) wrote: dated cheesy i felt some of the acting in parts suspect.the movie on a whole i enjoyed.
(us) wrote: Our introduction to Laurence Oliver's French Canadian trapper, Johnnie, has him in the tub singing 'Alouette.' I burst out laughing. Oliver speaking like a cartoon French Canadian is so awesomely funny that I wasn't paying attention to the plot during the first half of the film. A Nazi u-boat is sunk in Hudson's Bay and the survivors have to trek across country to try and get home? Nazi's in Canada? Never noticed.
(kr) wrote: Weiner so good with his TV show Madmen but pretty dire with a movie. This was wet with moments okness. Wilson played Wilson. Poehler was utterly unlikeable and Gafalinas has also played this oddity before. There was a lot of story and it was slow and pedestrian. A dad father, a stoner and a whole lot of nothingness
(gb) wrote: The beginning of the movie was a bit of a drag, but the encounters on Skull Island made up for that. The skyscraper scene dragged on a bit too long as well, but was still very emotional. Kong looked and acted exceptional and the bond between him and Ann was executed nicely. Overall a good watch.