A sewage worker gets trapped inside a septic tank during a water contamination crisis and undergoes a hideous transformation. To escape, he must team up with a docile Giant and confront the murdering madman known as Lord Auch. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A sewage worker gets trapped inside a septic tank during a water contamination crisis and undergoes a hideous transformation. To escape, he must team up with a docile Giant and confront the murdering madman known as Lord Auch.
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KAREN m (it) wrote: I want to see it very badly
PJ E (ag) wrote: 3 stories. Each one more nonsensical then the last.
Lindsay J (mx) wrote: I love this book, but the movie definitely didn't live up to my expectations.
Alex B (gb) wrote: What is democracy? NOT liberalism, or neoliberalism, or 22.46%. An intimate account of one of the tentacles of American imperialism, thankfully now severed.
andy a (ag) wrote: didnt like the style of animation but it was an ok story i guess.. good for one watch
L W (fr) wrote: A silly movie that usually kills acting careers
Todd S (au) wrote: One of the best indie films I've seen.
Phillip W (jp) wrote: Fresh is a phenomenal film, but a few flaws in the story make it a bit hard to follow. It does a great job at describing the great many problems surrounding urban life for some, but went too far in one point when it didn't have to. The acting was done well and the writing was very believable. The movie does well on establishing characters, but takes its time to establish any main conflict until near the middle of the film. It just seemed to work to hard to make a point at certain points in the movie when the ending could really show that for them. The ending was was the best part of the film and did well to hit home the message of the film that may have been overdone earlier in the movie.
Shawn S (ru) wrote: One of my childhood faves
Steve M (ag) wrote: Cataclysm (aka "The Nightmare Never Ends" "Shiver", and "Satan's Supper")Starring: Cameron Mitchell, Marc Lawrence, and Faith Clift, Robert Bristol, and Richard MollDirector: Philip Marshak and Tom McGowan A doctor (Clift) is chosen by God to be the one person who can defeat Satan's immortal servant on Earth (Bristol). Will she act before it's too late, or will she listen to her militantly Athiest husband (Moll)? Meanwhile, a Holocaust survivor (Lawrence) and a cop (Mitchell) are also on the trail of Satan's chosen one. "Cataclysm" is a disaster of a movie. Most of the actors are terrible (Mitchell, Bristol, and Moll being the only exceptions), the storyline is confused and the film is padded to a painful degree (although it is less confused than the boiled-down version of this film that was featured in "Night Train to Terror"). Although the script is fairly thoughtful and tackles some interesting issues, its quality is obscured by bad choices on the part of the editor and director, and truly awful delivery of the lines on the part of most of the actors. As far as I know, this full-length version of the film is only available on DVD in multipacks--such as one of Troma's Triple B-Headers, and large collections like the "Nightmare Worlds 50 Movie Pack". In most cases, there will be enough other films for this one to not be that big a deal, but I would not recommend spending money on a stand-alone version. (And I'd save this one until you've watched everything else in the set.)
Kenneth E (us) wrote: Charming Disney film set in a highly-idealized turn-of-the-century country town is like watching a musical postcard come to life. Bonus points to Burl Ives.
Ben V (it) wrote: One of my favorite John Cusack films