Brilliant and wealthy Dr. Andrew Casey is a serial killer who goes by the name 'The Chef'. One night eleven years ago his wife found out. He was arrested and imprisoned at Marathon County Asylum for the criminally insane. Eleven years pass and he is released, completely rehabilitated and moves to Los Angeles under the alias Mr. Jack Conway. Yuppie and former teacher, Johnathon Poe, a descendant of the famed writer Edgar Allan Poe and a brilliant writer in his own right is about to form a bond with the chef as the great doctor begins his spree of killings and cannibalism again.
- Stars:David Fine, Stelio Savante, Gene Silvers, Sal Landi, Mike Iorio, Christy Sturza, Greg Travis, Felissa Rose, Alisa Schulz, Azure Parsons, Khira Thomas, Nicole Nogrady, Maray Ayres, Rick Irvin, Serena Lorien,
- Director:Francis Xavier,
- Writer:Francis Xavier
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(fr) wrote: I wanted to read the book before I saw this movie, so missed it at the cinema. Apart from John Cleese, the cast is unknown out of South Africa (where it's set and made). Spud is the story of the experience of a 15 year old boy who wins a scholarship to an exclusive all boys school. Just like the book, the movie was funny, emotional, sad and insightful. The cast were superb and the cinematography quite splendid. My wife, who hadn't read the book, enjoyed it as much as I did. Recommended!
(jp) wrote: excellent. love whole series
(au) wrote: There's whiskey and blood on the pavement.Darlene is the hottest girl in town and Hoover has obtained the hottest car in town. Hoover will do anything to impress Darlene so they go on a wild ride of fun and breaking the law. Things get hot, but misinterpreted. There is an obvious short term connection based on the ongoing events, but can Hoover turn this into a long term relationship?"I'm not impressed by reckless driving."Charles Griffith, director of Forbidden Island, The Little Shop of Horrors, Up from the Depths, Smokey Bites and Dust, and Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II, delivers Eat My Dust. The storyline for this picture is fairly straightforward and reminded me for Grand Theft Auto (also with Howard) or The van. The cast includes Ron Howard, Clint Howard, Charles Howerton, and Christopher Norris."Just because I have a stupid name doesn't mean I'm not worth going with."I am a huge grindhouse movie fan and have been dying to see this for some time. I finally got around to watching this and felt it was just okay (a little like Two-Lane Blacktop). This isn't a classic like Vanishing Point but is a fun movie for the time (more like The Van). Overall, I recommend seeing this if you're a fan of the muscle car or grindhouse genres."They are not dangerous."Grade: C+
(ca) wrote: This film is class - Michael and Cliff Robertson, especially the end when they escape from the Japs. Who survives, you don't find out until right at the end.
(jp) wrote: The size of the plot may have matched the size of the loin cloth but it still engages the audience.
(fr) wrote: -comic book guy voice-WORST MOVIE EVERHorrible acting (Main character is useless doesn't do squat, main female lead is so damn annoying and whiny)Horrible story/plot lineHorrible actionStory will make you want to sucker punch your self for wasting time on this garbage.WASTE OF TIME.
(fr) wrote: Another Carson McCullers novel. This time directed by John Huston with the screen play by Chapman Mortimer and Gladys Hill. I never read the novel but it must have been very hard to screen write it, direct it and even act in it. All were done exceptionally well and even the secondary roles by Zorro David and Brian Keith were excellent. Most of the credit I give to Huston, but Brando comes in a close second. The film was done in Technicolor but at times you forgot because of Huston's use of the lighting and camera work.
(ag) wrote: In every good horror genre, there is always one film that sets itself apart from the rest, and in terms of who's the King of the dolls, Chucky leads the field by a mile. Ok, so people might remember this series because it's released several episodes, the later ones being quite scandalous, corny and ridiculously unrealistic. Go back a few years though to when this was released, and you have a concept that plays more upon the psychological terror that a motionless doll can inflict, rather than a bloodfest of unnecessary ways to murder people. The fright comes from the suspense and build up here, as opposed to the grotesque killings. No one would ever suspect a doll coming to life on a psychotic rampage so we watch with frustration as a boy and his mother endure the pain of no one believing their unlikely story. It's definitely the sort of watch that would give children nightmares, I mean what's worse than being attacked by a ginger midget? This is by far one of the more credible takes of the franchise, as we learn the origins of just how Chucky came into circulation. It's focusing more on developing a storyline than shocking its audience, which is why there would have been demand for a sequel. Nowadays, I think people are just wanting it to end given the straight to DVD releases that are being tossed out for fun. Don't judge this film by those mistakes though as this is the much more credible original production that created the doll and gave it it's legendary status in the horror hall of fame in the first place. A must see, unless you still sleep with a cuddly toy that is.