Lucker the Necrophagous

Lucker the Necrophagous

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A serial killer awakens from a coma and escapes from a mental hospital to kill a survivor of his slayings years ago, all the while stalking, terrifying, and killing women on the way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Vincent T (de) wrote: "Comedie" ? Euh non, florilege de discours ennuyants qui tournent en rond.Pas compris l'interet de ce film. Soporifique a souhait. Zzzzzzz.....

SteVen V (au) wrote: Can't wait to see this flick...

John A (es) wrote: Dark, Creepy, Atmospheric Gothic Fantasy Which Features Scenes Of Mild Supernatural Horror. This Of Course Bringing The Story Closer To It's roots As The Brothers Grimm Originally Intended It To Be, & Not The Sugarcoated Version We've All Come To Know. Although Not The Best On Screen Version Of The Story, This Is Certainly My Personal Favorite As It's A Film In The Classic Style Of Gothic Horror (Although I Wouldn't Count This As Horror). It's Also The Closest Version (To My Knowledge), to The Source Material. The Other Reason Is Down To The Fact Of The Wonderful Casting Of Sigourney Weaver As The Wicked Witch As Well As Sam Neil As Snow's Father.

BRUNO V (mx) wrote: An interesting movie again ...Love Meg so...

John C (jp) wrote: "Sweet Smell of Success" represents cinema at the very top of its game, combining some of the greatest dialog and most idiosyncratic, duplicitous characters, it's a voice that demands to be heard, expect no sympathy.

Pablo G (us) wrote: 4/5Jeremy Saulnier is a soon-to-be master, period.

Konrad A (ag) wrote: So this is a sports movie on a true story where they play hockey but I feel like they don't play it a lot and I think the do a lot of talking and not being out there playing and I don't like this movie that's how I see it

Nicol M (fr) wrote: Fantastic performance of Jhonny Depp in a western mexican style full of incredible action and darkly funny scenes. Rodriguez at his best.

Mitch T (nl) wrote: Martin Scorsese directed a beautiful film that delves deep into the life of Jake la Motta, putting much character development into every character, all topped off with an amazing performance from Robert de Niro. Although a bit slow at some points, Raging Bull is deservedly crowned as a classic.

Lawrence G (nl) wrote: ......So this happened