A serial killer mutates with a chemical inside a sewer, to become a monster made of human waste just as the FBI and police are onto him.
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Heather C (fr) wrote: I hope I'm never hip enough to get the appeal of the recent mumblecore (or "fly on the wall") trend in indie filmmaking -- capturing the boring, often improvised, incessant chatter of 20-something hipsters and their precious, self-aware relationships. Torturous. (Rating: 1/2 star)
Steph S (kr) wrote: So a slasher film where the teenagers look like 30 year olds, the acting is so bad that children with special needs acting looks better then any A list celebrities, every scene someone dies and you don't even see their deaths as it flicks light and the killer is regonised in the first scene.Watch it if it is free if not don't bother and get another scene.
Josh C (kr) wrote: Funny early look at Napoleon but not as good as the real deal...
josef i (de) wrote: This is a cool movie!
Mike C (fr) wrote: The story of Kid Rock before Devil Without a Cause was released (I think a hilarious joke if you hear and see Stevie). Part of me thinks this was pretty exploitative on James' part, but beyond that, quite a work. So many ways to look at it. First, I am often saddened that so many are left behind. The environment in which Stevie was raised said trouble from the day he was born. Lack of education just saddens me. Then there is the social stuff. The government gives him 10 years for his crime, but lets him run free for over two years before he's sentenced? That's insane. All in all, I think James did well to tell the story of someone that would have been otherwise overlooked by society. To take that story and make it compelling is good enough. To humanize a child molester is really quite a spectacular feat.
Everett W (it) wrote: Jason X is Jason in space it plays out like Friday The 13th meets Alien meets Red Dwarf and it looks good like it had a budget the liquid nitrogen kill is a highlight, but it's not a great film by any stretch and seems like a desperate attempt to get another Jason pay day.
Ben R (us) wrote: Great date movie for people in their late 20's or mid to early 30's.
Nicky S (gb) wrote: This movie was awesome
Paul J (de) wrote: Another strong story that you can't help but get caught up in. It's been imitated a dozen times, especially in the TV soaps but somehow Sirk always manages to elevate his subject matter by making them slightly more subversive.
Ryan V (ca) wrote: Lawrence Talbot (Lon Chaney Jr.) arises from his family crypt with the horrid knowledge that his werewolf curse makes him nigh immortal. Determined to end his string of lupine murders by any means necessary, Talbot desperately searches for the journals of Dr. Frankenstein and (as the title implies) he runs into the doctor's monstrous creation (Bela Lugosi). Lon Chaney Jr. delivers an underrated performance as the tortured Talbot and this movie has a few good scenes, but the formulaic plot sometimes feels like a photocopy of a photocopy. I love the Universal horror movies and therefore I found enough to maintain my interest, but even I'll admit that there isn't much here that isn't done earlier and better in The Wolf Man or the first three Frankenstein movies; neophytes would be better served with one of those films.
(jp) wrote: Offender was a raw, intense, violent film of revenge. I really liked it. Joe Cole plays Tommy Nix and he scary good in this. His quiet lethal demeanor really worked well for his character. When Tommy's girlfriend is brutally attacked and left for dead Tommy seeks revenge of the men that did it. But the men have been locked up for a different crime they had already done so Tommy does what he must to make sure he gets put right where they are. It's a great prison flick. I would definitely see it again.
Joshua L (kr) wrote: It's gotta good cast for the most part and a good story but the only thing that make the film compelling at all is the score.
Jim J (kr) wrote: Hmm. This is the lamest shit I have ever seen. Kevin Bacon must be desperate.