Gothic horror meets industrial-strength cleaning products in this spine-tingler about a pill-popping cleaning service employee and a sprawling mansion with secrets of its own. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gothic horror meets industrial-strength cleaning products in this spine-tingler about a pill-popping cleaning service employee and a sprawling mansion with secrets of its own.
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Chris W (au) wrote: A real and rarely seen look into the criminal underworld of Japan's yakuza. While it doesn't portray (for obvious legal reasons) the more brutal side of the business, it certainly sheds light on what the daily life of a yakuza consists of at the lowest rung on the ladder. Alot of unexpected moments, bits of humor, just plain fascinating to someone such as myself who enjoys yakuza flicks. Miike's DOA even pops up at one point on a TV screen and young Naoki points out that in yakuza films you practically never see anyone at an office, it's all city streets and outdoor events. Here's a documentary that provides a look at the other side of the gangster lifestyle.
Nathan N (br) wrote: Some of these Syfy Channel movies are pretty handy. Case in point, Loch Ness Terror. It requires minimal attention but offers moderate entertainment.
Kai C (it) wrote: Absolute nightmare of a movie, tediously horrible beyond all belief, about detestable cowardly characters who cheat on and lie to their best friends and can't make a freaking life decision, in a styrofoam-looking whitewashed New York straight out of pseudo-yuppified-hipster Betty Crocker hell. I'd rather drink a gallon of Liquid Drano than watch this movie again.
Chris H (ca) wrote: I've seen some boring movies in my day, but this one takes the cake. Sooooo BORING. I had to bail, halfway thru it.
Dale R (ag) wrote: Overall, jolly good. A nice change from the usual outcome of everyone dying except the hero / heroine. I'm someone who finds anything complicated VERY hard to follow, so I don't get why the assessment of this is that is is 'as confusing as a dream' : it's extremely straightforward, throughout.
JP A (fr) wrote: David Mamet arms the cast with words, relationships, and power shifts, James Foley brings the words from script to screen, and the actors knock it out of the park.
Sha (nl) wrote: Lenny Henry is slightly funny but he is not funny enough for me to want to see this. So I will be sticking to White Chicks.
Morten L (it) wrote: Brilliant flick from 1973 and it certainly has got longevity. I just love the 70's soundtrack. Well played by especially Matthau and Joe Don Baker.
Michelle C (kr) wrote: Predictable but still exciting tale after one gets over the expectation of a Leslie Neilson spoof. Interesting enough characters with Chuck at his heroic best and James Brolin doing a respectable Anthony Perkins 'Psycho' turn. No special effects, slash editing or arty/far fetched cinematography. Hooray.
Chris S (it) wrote: Easily one of the top 5 silent films I've ever seen. The action in this movie ROCKS. Way better dogfights than Red Tails could ever offer. Speaking of which, the new sound design created for Paramounts restoration by Skywalker Sound (namely Ben Burtt) was spectacular. Some scenes felt a little overlong, but that's just a convention of the time... Or ours. Still, if you can find this film, watch it.
Corey D (es) wrote: Hilarious movie. Bryan Callen owns this movie.
Sureyya Y (gb) wrote: starts very good, you wonder what's happening. movie is very good until the monsters come out. i couldn't watch the rest.