Horny House of Horror

Horny House of Horror

Nakazu, Uno and Toshida…three drunk buddies on their way home from a baseball game who decide it would be a great idea to visit Shogun, a notorious brothel in a nondescript area of suburban Japan. New to the world of “love hotels”, Nakazu is uneasy as he steps into this strange place, wracked with guilt over his new fiancée. As his two friends select women and disappear into the doors of the love hotel, Nakazu hears the tortured screams and begins a bloody battle with the women of the HORNY HOUSE OF HORROR!

The film is about three men, Nakazu (Yuya Ishikawa), Toshida (Wani Kansai) and Uno (Toushi Yanagi) who enter a brothel in Japan to allow Nakazu to have the experience paying for sex before ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Karsh D (de) wrote: Hopkins stars as a troubled retired psychic who is called upon to track down a psychotic killer.

Arjun A (it) wrote: Fabulous and romantic.

Ian F (jp) wrote: It hasn't aged as well as I would have liked and isn't as funny as I remember but you can't deny the chemistry between Martin and Hawn. The antics between the two are what drives the film and while lacking in hindsight, it's still nice to visit the two again!

Adam R (au) wrote: (First and only viewing - 4/11/2010)

Daniel P (kr) wrote: Seeing that 'ghost' figure walking up the bedroom wall freaked me out, I was only a kid when I first saw this spooky comedy, not soo scary now but it's still funny!

Orlok W (ca) wrote: It's really fargin' funny, you iceholes--A brilliant parody of depression era gangster films!!

Allan C (kr) wrote: Jodie Foster and Cherie Currie (lead singer of The Runaways) are foxy 1980s teen foxes in this film that plays out like an expose of the secret lives of teenagers ALA "Kids" or "Thirteen," though not quite as shocking. At it's heart, it's a classic juvenile delinquent film formula about unsupervised teenagers but updated for the 80s with a Giorgio Moroder score and stylish direction by Adrian Lyne (in his directorial debut) with Lyne's signature focus on sexuality. Besides Foster and Currie, the film also features Laura Dern in her first credited film appearance, Scott Baio, Robert Romanus (Jennifer Jason Leigh's skeezy boyfriend from "Fast Times at Ridgemount High), Sally Kellerman, Randy Quaid and Lois Smith as Mrs. Axman. It's a rather breezy film that follows the girls over the course of a few days, but the film did make me want to go back and look at director Lyne's filmography and I was quite surprised how short his list of films were. He's made some iconic and quite memorable films, even if most of them were slickly made trash like "Fatal Attraction," "9 1/2 Weeks," "Flashdance," "Indecent Proposal," or "Unfaithful." Although those films are clearly sexploitation for the mainstream, he did infuse them with an intelligence that is absent most films of that ilk, which I do think affords Lyne with credit for being a smart and talented director. I will say that "Jacob's Ladder" did rise above that level of smart trash Lyne mostly made and did qualify as an "art film." I really wish Lyne would put out more work. He's an interesting director for sure. I also have to say I'm quite glad to see that Giorgio Moroder is now working more and putting out new material.

Bo K (mx) wrote: Phenomenal movie. Great cast, script, and story.

Jesse O (au) wrote: Yes, yes, the whitewashing in this movie is about as egregious as I've ever seen in any film in recent memory. Though it's not nearly as bad as it was in The Impossible, a fact-based story about a Mexican family surviving the horrible 2004 earthquake/tsunami that hit the Indian ocean. The Impossible's director, a Hispanic man, justified the whitewashing by saying that he wanted the story to be as universal as possible. So, apparently, audiences are not able to relate to a Mexican family as much as they are able to relate to a white family. That whitewashing was considerably worse than this film, but I'm not saying that it isn't present. The fact of the matter is that, realistically speaking, the movie not accurately representing the ethnicity of the Egyptian people should be the least of our worries. I've always found that Egyptian, Norse and Greek mythology are pretty much ripe with material for movies. Like that mythos goes so deep and covers so many things that I'm honestly disappointed that no one has really managed to tell an actually interesting story with these characters. I mean I'm sure there are and I just can't remember, but usually you see these action-adventure movies that are obviously made for the thrills and the entertainment factor. And there's nothing wrong with that, there's obviously a lot of things you can do with these characters in you fashion these movies as a summer entertainment. But, if I'm being honest, this movie just isn't very good. I remember both Clash and Wrath of the Titans and those movies were entertaining because, really, they were very simple. This movie, on the other hand, is anything but despite actually attempting to be a simple story of revenge after Horus, having had his eyes taken by Set, which gave him his power, sets on a journey to avenge the deaths of his parents and every other god by killing Set and taking back his throne. He does this with the help of a mortal, who's trying to revive his beloved who's on her way to the gates of the underworld, where she has to present something of value to gain entrance. That's the overall basic plot of the film, but there's various more elements at play here that complicate things further. I'm not even gonna bother to get into them, because then this review will never end. If I'm being honest, the film is obviously no good, I have already mentioned that, but part of me did get some enjoyment from this as a B-movie, sort of like the original Clash of the Titans, which was a camp masterpiece. I can't say that this is as camp as that one, though, but it's an enjoyable movie if you just enjoy it as a goofy, silly movie. I'm still not gonna give it a good score, but if you set your mind on it being something to laugh at as opposed to enjoy as an actual summer blockbuster with good acting, writing and special effects. The acting is honestly a little bit dull and inconsistent and this movie has some fairly talented actors. Chadwick Boseman, as the arrogant and narcissist Thoth, the god of wisdom, was the only one who consistently entertained me. Sadly, though, he wasn't around as much as I would have liked. The special effects, however, are just absolutely dreadful. Both Horus and Set can turn into these mechanical creatures and the transitions from special effects to live-action are awful. They literally put no effort into how these transitions look. You'll just have to see them to believe them. That's all I really have to say. It goes without saying that this isn't a good movie, you shouldn't go in expecting a good movie, but that doesn't mean you can't get something out of this if you go into with the right state of mind. I can't recommend it, but if you have a streaming service that has this, it's a fine enough watch for 2 hours.