Slaughterhouse of the Rising Sun

Slaughterhouse of the Rising Sun

The year is 1971. Jennifer, a troubled actress, is institutionalized following psychotic visions on the set of her latest film. Upon her release, Jennifer becomes stranded in the desert only to be rescued by a colorful band of nomadic rebels. Helpless and alone, Jennifer has no choice but to follow them and is subtly but swiftly introduced into their family. That night, a local desert dweller tells them of an abandoned house and warns them to stay away. The family ignores the warning and uses the house as their latest crash pad. Jennifer becomes further plagued by sinister visions that reduce her ability to separate reality from fantasy. Soon members of the family are mysteriously killed one by one in the legend known as the "Slaughterhouse Of the Rising Sun"...

The year is 1971. Jennifer, a troubled actress, is institutionalized following psychotic visions on the set of her latest film. Upon her release, Jennifer becomes stranded in the desert only to be rescued by a colorful band of nomadic rebels. Helpless and alone, Jennifer has no choice but to follow them and is subtly but swiftly introduced into their family. That night, a local desert dweller tells them of an abandoned house and warns them to stay away. The family ignores the warning and uses the house as their latest crash pad. Jennifer becomes further plagued by sinister visions that reduce her ability to separate reality from fantasy. Soon members of the family are mysteriously killed one by one in the legend known as the "Slaughterhouse Of the Rising Sun"... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andy N (de) wrote: entertaining.. although the ending can be a little bit better.

Ricky M (us) wrote: Shark Night 3DBy Ricky MillerFor me, the whole purpose of 3-D is to add to the story. This is especially true when it comes to films of quality, namely James Cameron's "Avatar." Beyond that title, nothing else comes to mind, except the recent update of Fright Night, wherein one can almost touch the burnt embers on the screen. The storyline in "Shark Night 3D"revolves around a group of seven friends Sara (Sara Paxton), Nick (Dustin Milligan), amateur model Blake (Christopher Zyka), tattoo fiend Beth (Katharine McPhee), video game enthusiast Gordon (Joel David Moore), as well as the engaged couple of Maya (Alyssa Diaz) and Malik (Sinqua Walls) who take a trip to Sara's family lake house off the port of the Louisiana gulf. The plot revolves even further around a couple of the locals, namely Sara's ex, Dennis (Chris Carmack), a former diving instructor who along with his friend Red (Joshua Leonard) and a bitter small town sheriff Sabin (Donal Logue) tainting the lake with various sharks. Director David R. Ellis knows the horror genre all too well, previously helming the disappointing sequel "Final Destination 2" as well as the 3D plagued "The Final Destination." When it comes down to it, there must be some kind of cathartic way people relish watching other people die. Grade: D-

Matthew H (ca) wrote: It's a shame. A Late Quartet had such potential to be an involved character study on how a string quartet works, at the same time providing an excellent repertoire of chamber music to be featured in the film. Instead, the movie resorts to melodrama and soap opera-like plot points to fill its two hours. The other huge shame is the talent wasted. With great actors such as P.S. Hoffman, Christopher Walken, and Catherine Keener, how did the film go so badly? If they couldn't breathe life into it, no actors can. From a music standpoint, the film also failed to meet expectations. Now I didn't expect to hear Beethoven Opus 131 uncut, but there was no variation to what they played. They never played anything else than that one piece- very unrealistic for a string quartet of that magnitude. Also, I feel bad for the "coaches" who had to train these actors to play the instruments, because they did a horrible job. No one held their instrument right, and in no way could've produced the sound that was heard in the film. I don't expect Philip Seymour Hoffman to be able to play a concerto, but I wish he could've been taught to fake it better; that goes for all of them. For music lovers, this film is not the right fit.

dan b (it) wrote: This canadian Home Alone knock-off is so bad that it seems intentionally bad, like the film makers are just messing with us, for example the scene with an american character played by a actor with a thick canadian accent making fun of canadian accents.

Minna S (fr) wrote: Slow and simplified, the movie handles the effects of terrorist attacks in Madrid. The viewpoint is of those who get affected. In many ways it's a good approach but the slow pacing makes it too dull.

John M (mx) wrote: Pacing is slightly wonky, but Rockwell is a king.

Stephen B (br) wrote: Il m'a plus fait penser a Armadillo qu'autre chose. Il manque c (C)r (C)ales choses et c'est un peu creux mais bon a marche quand mme bien que tout soit pr (C)visible.

Cain L (de) wrote: Another dull and lifeless sequel to a "so cool" franchise. Don't bother watching it just recaps other previous films, delivers an uninteresting plot, and okay action scenes.

Claire L (es) wrote: "I was kind of hoping we were lost"