A well-meaning genius creates a virtual reality game that leaves his grandson trapped within when a virus invades. The boy's father (Don Wilson) enters the virtual fighting game in order to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A well-meaning genius creates a virtual reality game that leaves his grandson trapped within when a virus invades. The boy's father (Don Wilson) enters the virtual fighting game in order to...
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David R (es) wrote: Documentary on Maya Deren an avant garde filmaker in the US in the 40's and 50's. Don't go to sleep yet! It's pretty interesting stuff. She was obsessed with drumming, dancing, Tai Chi/Wu Tang Kung Fu (about 50 years before RZA, Method Man etc!) , anthropolgy (she was an associate of Joseph Cambell) and ,in particular, Haitian voodoo. One of the interviewees in the film recounts a story about her going into a voodoo rage and throwing an enormous fridge across a kitchen when she wasnt allowed to perform a Haitian Marriage ritual. Definetly worth watching and ,if you buy the dodgy Chinese DVD, comes with another free DVD of all her films which I haven't watched yet. I hope i too can throw a fridge across a kitchen after watching it.
Margaret G (gb) wrote: This looks like a funny movie
Aaron A (de) wrote: Eddie Murphy plays wisecracking cop Axel Foley who is looking to get justice for his murdered friend. A solid action/comedy cop film.
Gimly M (au) wrote: Arguably the most invasive soundtrack ever put to a film. Intriguing that a movie so defined by its music didn't have anything nearly as good to offer as the God Module track it inspired 20 years later, "Transcend".Though the core concept is fascinating and the aesthetics are brilliant, in all honesty, Liquid Sky can be quite difficult to watch.
Art S (gb) wrote: Stunningly photographed in black and white and gothic, so gothic, with its remarkable castle and crypt sets, this is Mario Bava's heralded cult classic. The English-language version I saw was prepared in Italy with relatively terrible dubbing and perhaps containing more cruelty (if that can be imagined) than the edited American International Pictures version that was widely distributed in the U. S. in the 1960s. After we see a witch and her lover (or brother) executed in Moldavia at the start of the film, we flash forward 200 years to find her descendent (and spitting image) Barbara Steele thrust into horror when the witch is accidentally brought back to life. Two travelling doctors get ensnared in the action and the younger man becomes our hero (after falling in love with non-witch Barbara). An orthodox priest translates the text on the ancient icon found in the witch's tomb and voila, the secret to ending the terror is found. The images here are so chilling (and worthwhile) that next time I might just watch this with the sound turned off.
I dont know w (kr) wrote: You know a movie's gonna be bad if it stars a well known actor, yet no one remembers it!