Rampage delves into the subject of legal insanity, so often the default defense in modern-time gruesome crime trials. Alex McArthur plays an outwardly normal guy who goes on incredible killing and mutilating sprees until (and even after, when he escapes for a short time) he's captured. When he comes to trial, the liberal DA (Michael Biehn) is torn between his own leftist leanings and the reality of the heinous crimes for which the accused is being tried. He must argue for the death penalty.
- Stars:Michael Biehn, Alex McArthur, Nicholas Campbell, Deborah Van Valkenburgh, John Harkins, Art LaFleur, Billy Green Bush, Royce D. Applegate, Grace Zabriskie, Carlos Palomino, Roy London, Donald Hotton, Andy Romano, Patrick Cronin, Roger Nolan,
- Director:William Friedkin,
- Writer:William P. Wood (novel), William Friedkin (screenplay)
Liberal district attorney decides to seek the death penalty for a man who slaughtered a family at Christmastime, then drank their blood. He escapes, though, and starts killing again. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rampage torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Excellent Ken Loach movie... and oooh ahh for Cantona !!!
(us) wrote: Hotel For Dogs is a surprisingly sweet, touching, and funny Comedy that is easily suitable for the entire family. Not only are the varied dogs a pleasure to watch, but the performances by the two-legged actors are better than expected, with Don Cheadle delivering another first-rate performance. The film features a solid message on the importance of love, respect, and sticking by friends in both the best of times and the worst of times.
(fr) wrote: Low budget, definitely shows in the camera quality. Passable film with some funny scenes, but so off the beaten path that it isn't cult, it's just wierd most of the time.
(ca) wrote: not fantastic, but still good
(nl) wrote: This was a great movie. Very aussie, very corny, and lots of fun. Curry is excellent, Colosimo is fantasic as usual and Rose Byrne is also wonderful. Great fun movie
(fr) wrote: The only reason you're watching this movie is to see Christopher Walken probed anally. Admit it. I was expecting an interesting film about alien abduction and contact and the like but I just got more cornball acting than I'd bargained for. Man oh man-o-war. The first scene of the slender alien peeking at Walken is pretty nifty though.
(ca) wrote: it's the most stupid and boring movie i have ever seen. no offence
(gb) wrote: It's hard to convey how bad this movie is. It appears to be targeted for 10-year-olds who want to imagine themselves retaking Earth from the evil overlords using nothing more sophisticated than bows and arrows. I won't try to speak for the 10-year-olds, but anyone much older than that will find this movie ridiculous.
(fr) wrote: Bizarrely twisted and wonderfully stylish this intense, underground thriller from the late great Donald Cammell stands among the best of his works. Outstanding performances from David Keith and Cathy Moriarty, slick artistic direction, and a taught suspenseful plot highlight this great but little-known film.
(au) wrote: To say I didn't enjoy this one I would be lying. It's not exactly groundbreaking. It's not destined to be a cult classic. Anarchy Parlour is a more seriously executed version of Hostel. But instead of a torture hotel being the setting it's in a Tattoo Parlour. With a good premise and some intense mature acting by LaSardo. Who incidently also done a pretty good turn in THC3. Lock your brain away and enjoy.