Kurt Ingston, a rich recluse, invites the doctors who left him a hopeless cripple to his desolate mansion in the swamps as one by one they meet horrible deaths. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
There's a'doin's transpirin' at the Old Dark Manse of Old Man Ingston where, one-by-one, invited guests are being mysteriously murdered by the monster of the fog-shrouded moors.
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Greg W (au) wrote: ok sequel chop sokky actioner
Angelo M (mx) wrote: I'm a great Cline fan, and of course I liked it!!! but maybe it was a little too long? the world tour ( more than a year and 313 concerts) in 3 hours documentary...and the best Cline you can see here is not on stage...like she says:"we're normal peolple in an extraodinary life"
Chloe F (ru) wrote: not a great movie, not scary at all. do not recommend.
Lis B (ru) wrote: Excellent action, plot and historical information about war time in Shanghai
Sree K (gb) wrote: story is having a touch of chaos effect. execution is nice. technical values are good. entertainment value is near perfection. the final grade of the movie is A
Dawn C (kr) wrote: great film, great acting
Nathan G (br) wrote: Neeson has been typecast for a decade, but hey, if the shoe fits, wear it. Again, he plays a Taken-ish character role with the same vigilante growl as always. "A Walk Among the Tombstones" wasn't epic, but it was worth the watch.
Jarrett M (es) wrote: 2LDK is a slick little film that is simple in story, but less so in execution. I think it's a testament to writer/director Tsutsumi that it appears as effortless as it does. The story is simple and probably relateable to most people, especially those who have had difficult roommates. Things start out innocently enough, but soon turn into all out war. Both actresses do a good job with their characters, conveying the personalities well enough for the viewers to understand the friction between them in a short period of time. As the battle escalates, the violence is portrayed as over the top and comes across as almost comical. As things escalate, they become more serious as they move towards a climax. It is also very quickly paced, burning through it's running time fast. An fascinating and entertaining exercise in how creativity trumps finances in filmmaking. Highly recommended if you can find it and don't mind a little over the top violence. And defiantely if you've ever had a bad roommate.
Matthew R (es) wrote: Horror has not been so confusing,stupid and god awful bad until this crap was released to the poor world, last minute was pretty good with Freddy.
Carole P (ca) wrote: i want to see it beacause it has king easer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Shahnawa K (br) wrote: A very fine Classical Film. Telling the lonelyness of a woman and growing to be young boy. Well showed expressions.
Ted W (mx) wrote: I'm sure this review is colored by my love for the McGee novels, but this fits the bill for a movie version of the man very well. Great, violent fighting, and a great sense of humor make for a close film approximation of the novels. Too bad there weren't more made.
Gabriel C (jp) wrote: Tim Burton's bizarre and unique vision comes alive, and Michael Keaton was born to play Beetlejuice.
Laura M (es) wrote: The choices they made in terms of characterization gave the movie a dated feel instead of a yay dumb 90's scifi feel. I did like how they did the gigantic crocs though.
Justin B (us) wrote: Particularly those that feel the Daniel Craig era Bond has gotten too gritty should enjoy the over the top spy gadgetry featured in this Ethan Hunt outing but I'll take the first and third films over this any day. It's fun but disposable.
Felix B (ru) wrote: A classic documentary that seems to scream amateur but what you get is a professionally-made, simplistic, enjoyable, and interesting presentation of the world of bodybuilding... and of Arnold Schwarzenegger!
Mike T (mx) wrote: This film doesn't have the same cohesiveness or power as Bakshi's later work, Coonskin, but it's still an impressive vision. The influence of Selby Jr. is really visible here, in the style of language and the environment. Horrifying, surreal, surprising, and wholly entertaining. I'll take Ralph Bakshi's challenging, adult animated movies over fluff like Pixar's Up any day.