Three girls discover that two men are willing to do anything to impress Mother and what impresses Mother is watching her sons commit acts of rape and murder. Now these women are prisoners and lowered to pawns in the game of checkers between two dim wits and their Maniac Mommy and the question becomes, can any of them escape, alive?
- Stars:Nancy Hendrickson, Deborah Luce, Tiana Pierce, Frederick Coffin, Michael McCleery, Beatrice Pons, Robert Collins, Peter Fox, Marsella Davidson, Kevin Lowe, Scott Lucas, Ed Battle, Robert Carnegie, Silas Davis, Stanley Kaufman,
- Director:Charles Kaufman,
- Writer:Charles Kaufman, Warren Leight
When you go into the woods today, you're in for a big surprise. When you go into the woods today you're not going to believe your eyes. But it ain't no "teddy bear picnic". Three girls ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mother's Day torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: another disease of the week pic
(au) wrote: Most satire usually come from a place of mean spirited mockery, and ends up failing as a result, but Behind The Mask is assembled with such obvious appreciation of the slasher genre that it succeeds in being both a convincing genre piece and an intelligent and funny deconstruction on the nature of iconic slashers and the movies they exist in. Nathan Baesel is a revelation as Leslie, a consummate professional and warm hearted enthusiast, whose job just happens to be killing clichd hatchet fodder teens. The last 15 minutes may descend into familiar slasher movie chaos, but the journey there is so full of great performances and interesting character beats that it really doesn't matter.
(nl) wrote: funny as I don't know what
(es) wrote: Running is a mental sport. And we all are insane!
(ru) wrote: Leviathan is probably going to be bad, but I'm curious to see how this "Alien taking place underwater" is like. I should consider seeing it sometime.
(ca) wrote: Okay, aside from Linda Blair looking cook/freaky with some crazy possessed hair, and David Hasselhoff trying to beg/badger his virgin girlfriend into fucking him, there's not a whole lot to make this one very memorable. I dug the abandoned hotel setting, but it's just a slow process to get to the end of this one, sorry folks.Rental?
(de) wrote: Have always loved this one. The soundtrack is incredible!
(it) wrote: ZOMBIE Holocaust? More like CANNIBAL Holocaust... 2.
(es) wrote: Ahh I love Christina Lindberg. She's stunningly beautiful and takes on some very brave roles, such as this one about a misunderstiood 17-year-old authentic nymphomaniac. I enjoyed the coverage of the subject, as it brought up the basics that I would hope for, such as the history of misuse of the word to describe any woman with a healthy interest in sex (i.e. Victorian Age), and how that differs from people with a legitimate compulsion. Anita falls into the latter category, and the story follows some of her many exploits and the attempts of her therapist/friend to try and help her break the habit. It is sexploitation, but I did not feel that the movie showed sympathy to the chracter's condition.
(de) wrote: What is the price of progress? When will humanity be satisfied with what it has accomplished? If visually seeing and hearing these questions being asked is worth 97 minutes of your time, watch Things To Come. Be forewarned however. You will not be entertained but you will witness what spectacular special effects were like in 1936. There has been great progress indeed...2/5
(ag) wrote: This is the point where Austin Powers became a little stale. Despite the occasional 007 gag such as the sumo wrestler sequence (which parodies Bond using crocodiles for stepping stones in Live And Let Die) the humour is purile and most of the jokes revolve around bodily functions. Disappointingly, Dr Evil (who was such a hilarious character in the previous films) is now just a total dick.The attempts at plot and character twists only makes this one feel more desperate.
(it) wrote: Entertaining enough to warrant a second viewing.
(us) wrote: Sublime mix of old and New wartime footage focusing on the build up Towards D Day through the eys of Tom a raw recruit to The British Army. Finaced by The Imperial War Museum and Rarely seen for many years ,this film has plenty to recommend it. The most notable being Stanley Kubricks DP of choice John Alcotts fantastic black and white camera work which along with actual wartime footage of The Blitz and Other key moments keep the interest factor high. Director Cooper shows us how Tom is changed by ther process of Training up until the final point of the landing on the Beaches Of Normandy. While this Is no Saving Private Ryan the film gives a human side to a global event which changed everything
(gb) wrote: I liked the movie very much.
(us) wrote: A small town in New Orleans, with no shortage of racist scum, investigate the killing of a local business owner. A visiting black policeman gets arrested by default of his race and then get's involved in solving the case, seemingly to try and prove a point to the local rednecks. There is a very strong message in this film which I think would have been very relevant at the time and the place. A deserving best picture winner.