The life of beautiful schizophrenic Mirium Jones is turned totally upside down by her husbands elicit affairs. Becoming violently paranoid, her horrific hallucinations become reality and that's when the Devil is out to kill her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Scream at the Devil
A beautiful schizophrenic woman is pushed over the edge by her husbands elicit affairs and when her hallucinations become reality the Devil comes to take his due. Is Miriam insane or has the Devil come to collect on her promise?
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Gary B (kr) wrote: quite entertaining but poor Robin, he tries so hard but can't catch a break
Kevin N (kr) wrote: A good film, slightly tarnished by some cgi that didn't always look real.
Petra L (us) wrote: I liked this. It was interesting to see how the mind can go from dreams to destruction in a short amount of time. It is based on a similar but true story.
Danielle L (de) wrote: this movie was poison to my eyes.
Miss J (ru) wrote: An interesting take on the usual melodramatic, sentimental woman-centric ethnic period piece. Worth the watch.
Alan L (fr) wrote: The final series of Fatal Fury's anime movie,not the best yet it is quite entertaining and the storyline is predictable.Although It had more actions,new interesting characters but it still can't remove my hyper for the previous chapter.Not a bad anime movie,Flixster friends,you can try it,if you are fond of animes.Worth a watch.I hoped there is a plan for the remake or fourth installment of Fatal Fury.:)
Kara H (au) wrote: Can't stand these movies. ???
Francis B (ca) wrote: Un film plein de rebondissement efficace pour un public tres avertis. Donc je dois dire que c'est un film pour tous et ce ... pour longtemps encore. tom Selleck (sans moustache) est impeccable, c'est un role qu'il est nee pour(l'humour), mais le weatern est plus payant. Bref. Ce film est un ensemble qui forme un tout. Je m'explique ; c'est un film qu'il nous donne la chance de voir la vie a travers plusieurs personnages cocasses et dans un realite que nous vivons toujours. C'est comme un roue qui tourne.
Liam M (au) wrote: This is where Corman should have ended up instead of...urgh, Sharktopus.
Julian E (br) wrote: "Life is just a collection of moments all strung together in beautiful random order, and if we're going to survive it is up to us to concentrate on the good moments and ignore the bad."-Billy Pilgrim (Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.)This is my favorite philosophy of life. Thank God for Tralfamadorians.The book was so masterfully adapted in this film, I cried. It requires full attention because the movie itself pays the most attention to minute details. The transitions from one time-trip to the next was so perfect I felt like clapping my hands each time. And I did. And I always will. Too bad they left out my favorite character, Which is: Kilgore Trout. But I felt nothing of substance was lost. It still gets every message across perfectly and maybe even accessibly, I feel, to those who have not read the novel. Though I could be wrong.In my minds eye, the goof Billy Pilgrim looked something about Ewen Bremner (Spud from Trainspotting) but I knew it was invalid because that guy was Scottish. Then comes Michael Sacks. The perfect American to play as Billy Pilgrim. Goofy and comical as a Kid-Billy, and respectable and commanding as an adult one. The man and the part met. Excellently well played!I will always, love this film to death. So it goes.Perfection10/10
Douglas P (es) wrote: Tight urban noir thanks to Anthony Mann's slack hold on the narrative, as well as his incongruous eye that shoots NYC like a unending maze of concrete. Farley Granger truly is a sympathetic simp as he steals some loot from a crooked lawyer. The car chase finale packs some punch, as does the last shot (which would have been more effective w/o the narration).
Madison C (kr) wrote: This film is the pinnacle of Disney entertainment, coming in slightly behind The Lion King