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Jennifer T (fr) wrote: Informative. Interesting documentary.
Darren H (de) wrote: Good fun lots of dancing. Exactly what says on the tin
Sean S (mx) wrote: You could be forgiven for thinking that Dario Argento had carried over his horror classic feel to a giallo film made in 2009, but it isn't so. Even with the presence of Adrian Brody, Giallo can't be saved from a predictable plot and having little to like about it. Although it has a suitably deranged killer, there's little to no suspense on offer here. Despite Argento himself said he didn't like the final cut, he still directed the unsatisfying material that constitutes Giallo.
Private U (kr) wrote: This is the little unassuming movie that could! It has a great plot, that leads to a road-trip adventure unlike any you have ever seen. The camaraderie between the 3 women is one you would wish to have when you are at that stage in life as well - so you can relate to the characters. I think if you see this movie you will enjoy it.
Marko Z (nl) wrote: Very underrated in it's rights, but Jaredo Leto should have been five times better in his performance.
cli o (us) wrote: no thanks not my thing
David H (it) wrote: A funny and heartwarming Comedy about a Fat Boy who loves a Popular Girl
Karrie I (gb) wrote: Really fun movie! I love movies with strong women and men who can still sweep them off their feet!
Anthony D (nl) wrote: Great film with some a-list actors. Sobering look at life in the poor side of town.
danster b (ca) wrote: Onje of my favorite monster designs of the 50's.
Hedy L (it) wrote: This film was difficult but quite rewarding and made me want to pursue other musicals.
James O (br) wrote: 200TH REVIEW SPECTACULAR! For my 200th review, I decided to do something special, so I thought, "What movie have I wanted to see for a while?" The answer to that was obvious: Blood Diner. Then I decided to do a mega-review, filled with information, insight, links, and more. So sit back and enjoy this jam-packed review of one of the best movies ever: Blood Diner.The movie starts off in 1968 with two kids, George (who's making clay food) and Mike (who's working on his hypnotism) who are alone in the house when suddenly a man beats down the door (which appears to be made out of cardboard) with a meat cleaver! The man turns out to be their Uncle Anwar, who gives them both necklaces and tell them both never to forget him or Sheetar, an ancient goddess he has been teaching them about. Anwar goes outside and is promptly shot down by the police.19 years later, the brothers dig up Anwar's grave and remove his brain and eyeballs and place them in a jar. Anwar can somehow speak to them without vocal chords, so he can give them guidance as to how they can resurrect Sheetar with a sacrificial virgin and make a "blood buffet". The brothers begin hunting and killing trashy women all across the city as two cops try and track them down. Blood Diner was originally put into production as a sequel to H.G. Lewis' 1964 splatter classic Blood Feast. However, that idea fell through so they decided to spoof it instead. The young Mike character was actually portrayed by a female actress, Roxanne Cybelle. It was finished in three weeks, and upon release, Blood Diner was banned in several areas of Canada.To say Blood Diner is crazy is a major understatement. I can't even find the words to say how insane this movie is. This entire paragraph is about to be filled with spoilers, so I'd recommend you skip to the next paragraph. Blood Diner is filled with incredibly looney moments that are hilarious to watch. Mike covers a naked girl with batter, turns on the deep fryer, has her lie down with her head next to it (she's not suspicious of anything going on), and shoves her head in. She manages to kick her assailant and take her head out, but now her head is literally a huge hushpuppy. She starts running around the diner before Mike knocks her hushpuppy-head off with a broom. The rival chef has a life-size plush doll of a cowboy he makes talk through ventriloquism. The brothers cut off both of the rival chef's hands and he attempts to drive a car afterwards. The topless cheerleader/aerobics squad that get gunned down by Mike in a Ronald Reagan mask. And, my favorite, a fat biker getting run over with a van repeatedly because he just won't die, all set to mambo music! There's so much more where that came from.The acting was exceptionally hammy, but I loved every minute of it. The pace was brisk and it never drags anywhere in the film. Director Jackie Kong knows exactly what type of film it is and she never treats it as anything different. It sets out to be a spoof of Blood Feast and it achieves this without going to disastrous means to pull a laugh from the audience (Epic Movie). Blood Diner isn't on DVD yet, and that surprises me. It has acquired a very large following since its release and is a definite favorite among the horror fans that have seen it. Besides, Dragon Releasing over in Germany gave Blood Diner a very nice Digipack release with an all-new transfer, booklet, and more. I'd love to see Blood Diner done justice on DVD here in the U.S., but all I can do is hope.
Eugene B (ag) wrote: It's an unlikely cult comedy with outrageous gags & humor at the expense of law enforcement. Super Troopers displays Broken Lizard at its peak with a colorful cast of characters and laughable moments. 4.5/5
Logan M (jp) wrote: It's so boring, I've never even been able to watch the whole thing. It's length and the fact that it won Best Picture over such classics as "The Color Purple" and "The Breakfast Club" (which wasn't even nominated) only adds insult to injury.