Janet is a young student at a private school; her nights are troubled by horrible dreams in which she sees her mother, who is in fact locked in an insane asylum, haunting her. Expelled because of her persistent nightmares, Janet is sent home where the nightmares continue.
- Stars:David Knight, Moira Redmond, Jennie Linden, Brenda Bruce, George A. Cooper, Clytie Jessop, Irene Richmond, John Welsh, Timothy Bateson, Elizabeth Dear,
- Director:Freddie Francis,
- Writer:Jimmy Sangster
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(br) wrote: I've heard a lot about this one. I think there was even a Kickstarter going around to get this one funded at some point. It's taken me a bit of time to get a hold of this one but the wait was worth it. Sarah Walker is an aspiring actress, like lots of young women in LA. She works as a waitress at a rather tacky, hooters-esque, restaurant to pay her bills and lives with the world's most understanding and supportive roommate. Her other friends are either not overly interested in her dreams of acting, or else are openly hostile or sabotaging of it (Erin, you horrible friend, you). When she gets an audition for a famous production company, and each audition gets weirder and weirder, Sarah starts to change.Sarah's transformation is vicious. Physical stuff aside, she just becomes a monster and a cancer to the people around her. She's utterly contemptuous, and vile, to everyone. You lose complete sympathy with her, which is quite a turn from feeling bad for her in the beginning as she tries to hard to break into this industry where all the odds are against her and any other reasonable person would be working on getting gainful employment instead of dropping everything to go for an audition which will probably end in tears.Sarah wants this bad. Badder than most of us can understand (badder than I can understand for sure), which is why this is so compelling to watch even as you're thinking that this makes no sense whatsoever. No one would do this sort of thing for a shot at stardom, would they? You probably don't actually want to know the answer to that question.There are moments that sort of fall flat. There are few little things going on here that I'd love more explanation on. Otherwise from that it's a great, slow burn, horror film.
(au) wrote: Fruitvale Station is a passionate, timely and realistic drama that honors the life and death of its protagonist and serves as a warning for institutionalized racism.
(br) wrote: OK moments but pretty boring really. I didn't particularly warm to any character. Missworthy.
(ca) wrote: Got to see January Jones' boobs, so there's that.
(gb) wrote: Entering the 1970s, Hammer drastically increases the gore for this film. Not as bad a film some say.
(es) wrote: Truly a great & original film !!! You won't be borred for a second...