Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings
Thrill-seeking teenagers resurrect a demon from his grave and a bloody rampage for revenge begins.
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Lewis R (it) wrote: For almost an hour and a half the two atheists with a following comparable to rock stars go around spouting scientism. At no point do they actually offer any evidence or arguments for why they are right. Just a few buzzwords and soundbites referencing evolution, and higher education, and such. There's also almost nobody to counter their claims apart from a few hand picked clips intended to embarass opponents. E.g. the scene where the brave crowd of 100s of atheists heckle and mock two street preachers. The best comeback allowed was from satirist Stephen Colbert.Very interesting that no mention is given to the numerous theologians and philosophers who have utterly decimated the written work of the two frontmen.
Phillie E (kr) wrote: Isaac Asimov must be rolling around in his grave.
Jeff B (us) wrote: I've never seen such an exciting rake fight... or ever before.
Arlie B (br) wrote: If you called Fonda's performance wooden, ventriloquist dummies would be insulted. Huston and Akins believable. Bo Hopkins, wow. Shelley Winters as the walkie talkie hysterical helicopter mom is sublimely cliche. The italian actors bring that disconnected sound and feel usually found in a "Spaghetti Western" when their lips are moving even when they speak English. The long stretches of nothing happening with music that doesn't match the non-action is classic in its awfulness. The octopus sounding like Darth Vader's breathing is a nice touch.
Peter P (jp) wrote: Great telling of the story of Madame Curie, of how she met her husband and became a scientific pioneer. It looks really good, has charming performances from the two leads and was pretty informative too.
Orlok W (br) wrote: 'I'll Follow You Down' is that wonderful, inexpensive film you hope to see now and then which surprises the viewer with an explosion of talent from both sides of the camera--The story is great, the acting is solid, and the direction was obviously quite tight!!