A horror film director is stalked by a mad psychiatrist/serial killer bent on killing people to model the killings after the director's gory death scenes from his movies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nightmare Concert (A Cat in the Brain)
A horror film director is stalked by a mad psychiatrist/serial killer bent on killing people to model the killings after the director's gory death scenes from his movies.
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Kevin R (gb) wrote: As low budget horror goes this isn't too bad. A hillbilly cult lives in the woods and look out to those who wander to close. They kill the males and use the women to breed. more of a PG-13 horror as there is no nudity, gore or vulgarity. Watched it on Youtube so it's a youtube flick.
Aakash G (us) wrote: Catherine: Can I ask you a question?Catherine: Why is it then whenever I tell a guy to put it wherever they want, they always stick it in my ass?Malik: Damn!Jake: Please that's way too much information.Catherine: Oh no Jake. Way too much information would be telling you that whenever they're done I always have to take a huge dump.Malik: Shit!Catherine: On their chest.Malik : Oh, that is whack!An extra star rating just for its crazy dilouges(had plenty of them)....Rated R for its adult content(think american pie series but without the sex scenes)...In all,a time killer at most(as all such movies are generally)
david t (ca) wrote: i would like to see this one..
Luke M (ca) wrote: Terms of Endearment sets out to tell a beautiful small scale family story, and it does it remarkably well, courtesy of stellar acting, smart scripting and a competent director at the helm. You'd have to be made of stone not to be affected by the end.
Jonathan D (nl) wrote: Look past all of the 1960's themes and see the beauty of two strangers briefly connecting in starkly beautiful conditions. This is the most important aspect of the film.
Dustin G (it) wrote: A flawless performance from Lino Ventura and strong performances from the rest of the cast help to make Army of Shadows a very effective, realistic, and stylishly cool piece of filmmaking from master French auteur Jean-Pierre Melville. A WWII movie that focuses on a little seen aspect of the war involving the brave and determined, but ultimately doomed French resistance in the face of the Nazi occupation of France. The film moves slowly, with little action or grand set pieces and to say a certain amount of patience is required now and then is no lie, but the sense of ever present danger is always lurking and there are some genuinely dark and gripping moments. And an endless parade of beautiful shots, camerawork and direction.
Lars P (fr) wrote: I love Washington and really like Wahlberg, but this convoluted story is more or less a waste of time. Most Steven Seagal movies offer more - Yes, I'm serious!
Alberto C (nl) wrote: Es una pasada. Ni siquiera se porque me molesto en comentarla. Muy rara.
Torion O (au) wrote: Like Jim Carrey humor? Watch this.
Evan K (au) wrote: A lot of talent in here, but never captures the fun of the novel.
Bobby K (au) wrote: In a style not unlike that of Kubrick or Polanski, Haynes displays a sickness to the twentith century in a clinical way with the touches of a forboding score and Julieanne Moore's proformance.