Lord of Darkness
Scottish cannibal Sawney Bean and his murderous, inbred family are responsible for over a thousand murders over the centuries.
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David W (fr) wrote: Great for keeping the grandkids occupied on a long flight
Bavner D (mx) wrote: Secara keseluruhan, pesan yang sebetulnya ingin diangkat film ini kurang mengena. Inti dari kisahnya tentang kesetiaan cinta manusia serigala pada seorang gadis memang bukanlah sebuah hal yang tidak menarik. Mungkin karena eksekusi film ini yang terbilang aman membuat film ini kurang menyentuh seperti yang diperlihatkan "Wedding Dress" ataupun "Ahjeossi."
Juuso L (fr) wrote: Twisted black comedy about a cop who get transfered to a rednecky smalltown, where thing are done... well, differently.
Erin D (fr) wrote: a bit sappy and sentimental. it's sweet, but there's not a lot going for it.
Dean P (ca) wrote: Boring movie with a a great evil clown. Too bad the movie wasn't worth the villain.
Liam M (us) wrote: Just the right level of mean spirited, super cruel satire. With buckets of blood to compensate for any low points.
Ziggy (nl) wrote: She's more badder in this one. And more willing to start fire
Sarah B (jp) wrote: Horror flick reminiscent of House on Haunted Hill and Death Tunnel.Interesting, well written, but sometimes it wasn't very well acted.
Andrew L (br) wrote: Dumb film. Don't know why it won oscars or is so popular
Lee M (it) wrote: Well, as low-budget sci-fi films go dealing with the inherently paradoxical nature of time travel....
Mique W (au) wrote: Now here's a Terrence Malick flick I can get behind! Believe the hype, the visuals here are just as jaw-droppingly stunning as everyone makes them out to be, the narrative is tight, the characters are strong, and the score jibes with it all - it's like watching a poem.
Alan B (fr) wrote: Exquisite, poignant, and extremely alluring.
Kyle M (us) wrote: Another film from Eisenstein with improved narrative, slightly more entertainment value, and the same nature in being masterfully influential and not being pretty. (B)(Full review coming soon)
Tara A (it) wrote: I have to say, I still don't understand how James Carville and Mary Matalin ever got together. Anyway, interesting perspective on the campaign. I'd love to see a version from the Obama campaign to see how technology has changed the process. They're responding so fast, I have to think they're cutting new TV spots in iMovie, like, on the bus.