In "House of 1000 Corpses", two young couples take a misguided tour onto the back roads of America in search of a local legend known as Dr. Satan. Lost and stranded, they are set upon by a bizarre family of psychotics. Murder, cannibalism and satanic rituals are just a few of the 1000 horrors that await. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
House Of 1000 Corpses
Two teenage couples traveling across the backwoods of Texas searching for urban legends of serial killers end up as prisoners of a bizarre and sadistic backwater family of serial killers.
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Austin G (ca) wrote: Overall, All Cheerleaders Die tries to be clever but is just one big annoying cheer. Even though the leads are attractive, looks can be deceiving.
Odeath S (kr) wrote: Sometimes the bad movie Gods send a gift my way and I bump into it while I am flipping channels - and sure enough - I saw the fucking Ponch himself playing a DEA agent surrounded by the most stereotypical mexican stereotypes ever found on film as his backup all ready to hunt and kill an entire horde of Chupacabras ( who knew there was more than one ) who had taken over the Alamo - yes - I do get the irony of something originating from Mexico attacking the Alamo.....I mean - the words Remember The Alamo are said at one point in the movie - absolutely terrible brilliance. Ponch is here keeping his wig from falling and over acting the living hell out of each and every scene with shotgun in hand and what it appears to be an endless supply of bullets as he never once reloads this thing the entire movie lol. And he has half the cast of Los Vatos Locos as his team where he goes and hunts the chupacabras and after being overwhelmed by them - they make a run for The Alamo - in gloriously terrible green screen super imposed CG so bad it almost made me want to quit HD viewing lol. The Chupacabras themselves looks like Chihuahuas I am surprised one didn't look at the screen and said yo quiero taco bell or heeerreee lizzaarrdd lizzaarrdd lizzzaarrrdd. Watch it only if you have nothing else going or if you are like me and must endure these movies so we can warm the world about them lol.
Andrew H (us) wrote: Worst film of the series by far. Couldn't even finish it.
Ted W (ca) wrote: Terrible dog Christmas movie.
Anthony E (kr) wrote: I'm glad they made this but its wasn't brilliant, just answered some insignificant questions about the series. I would have been disappointed if I had paid for this standalone.
Mikael K (gb) wrote: Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant teamed up to make a coming-of-age comedy set in the 70(TM)s. They ended up with a flick that despite a good setting, a relented and beautiful cast and some political connotations somehow comes together as less than impressive. Many of the elements here work really well, but the movie lacks a certain kick due to somewhat sloppy pacing and an apparent fear of any kind of experimentation.
bill s (es) wrote: From the discribtion of this movie I rented it and what I watched was a total mess of a movie.....one of the worst I've seen in awhile..
Daniel B (fr) wrote: a couple cute girls, but a very stuipid ripoff of out cold.
Alex M (nl) wrote: One of the better British gangster flicks. Charlie hits you hard.
Joseph H (ca) wrote: An equally fascinating and frustrating movie.
Jon P (mx) wrote: Pedro Almodovar's depth of character, stylistics and story-spinning are as intoxicating as ever in this unsettling tale of obsession and coincidence. The great auteur wields his disturbing themes with dark delicacy and, through a series of fascinating occurrences and relationships, sends us on a journey as sad as it is beautiful, brimming with enough honesty to to stir the emotions of even the most hardened viewer. Sure, it's a little slow to start of with, but the richness of its storytelling is inimitably Almodovar, and the piece as a whole is unquestionably masterful.
Justin B (ag) wrote: Crappy nostalgic classic.
Rich F (kr) wrote: Not even Bruce can charge this slow and boring movie. Nothing clicks, so I'd avoid it.
David A (it) wrote: Heartbreaking, soul-crushing, and, worse of all, realistic: "Grace of the Fireflies" is a film that takes us inside the aftermath of war. Just as you thought these two siblings finally found happiness, darkness soon comes into play and take everything from them. It doesn't pull any punches. This film not only shows us the consequences of war, but also convinces us that animation can emotional punches just like its live action counterparts. Never underestimate the power of cartoons.
Spookie M (it) wrote: Part adventure and part eco-message film holds up well.
Brad S (ru) wrote: I really enjoyed this John Carpenter film which I hadn't seen in years. Jeff Bridges and Karen Allen star, with Bridges as an alien that takes the form of Allen's deceased husband whose death she hasn't gotten over. It is at times amusing, heartfelt, and always entertaining. Charles Martin Smith is also a standout in a supporting role. Well worth watching, and in my opinion it holds-up really well for a film over 30 years old. Check it out!
Tyler M (gb) wrote: That one shot of Godzilla in the darkness was amazing.
Luke H (it) wrote: A mistaken sewage worker gets called in as a local sheriff in order to put a stop to local bad guy 'The Rumpo Kid'
Krishna C (fr) wrote: Leone may have ripped this off without crediting Kurosawa, but the pacing and action seems a little slicker in A Fistful of Dollars. Nonetheless, an entertaining film.
Joe B (ag) wrote: wrestling monkeys and tom waits