Stacy: Attack of the Schoolgirl Zombies
This 2001 J-Horror effort from director Naoyuki Tomomatsu is set in a future dystopia where teenaged girls begin dying for no apparent reason -- and often in an elated, chronically happy state of mind. One of these girls, Stacy, is back from the dead, however, and she's ready to gorge herself on human flesh. As more and more teenage-girl zombies begin to feast on the living, the people of Japan brace themselves and try to find a way to end the madness.
- Stars:Norman England, Tomoka Hayashi, Yukijirô Hotaru, Ryôichi Inaba, Natsuki Katô, Ryûki Kitaoka, Shirô Misawa, Masayoshi Nogami, Toshinori Omi, Kenji Otsuki, Hinako Saeki, Yôji Tanaka, Masayoshi Tomomatsu, Donpei Tsuchihira, Yasutaka Tsutsui,
- Director:Naoyuki Tomomatsu,
- Writer:Kenji Ohtsuki (novel), Chisato Ôgawara (screenplay)
This 2001 J-Horror effort from director Naoyuki Tomomatsu is set in a future dystopia where teenaged girls begin dying for no apparent reason -- and often in an elated, chronically happy state of mind. One of these girls, Stacy, is back from the dead, however, and she's ready to gorge herself on human flesh. As more and more teenage-girl zombies begin to feast on the living, the people of Japan brace themselves and try to find a way to end the madness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stacy: Attack of the Schoolgirl Zombies torrent reviews
(us) wrote: I'm not familiar with the Peter Temple novels this miniseries is based on, but this seems to be faithful according to some comments. Guy Pearce plays the titular debt collector cum detective, who for the first part in the series, gets embroiled in a case of police corruption. Pearce is good, but the format of the TV movie is very talky, with dialogue so packed with information a simple distraction can cause you to lose part of the plot. Surely a good mystery, but the presentation is monotonous.
(gb) wrote: in this movie, nothing happens but everything happens. A creative meditation on a man's life!
(kr) wrote: Dprimant ... et motivant la fois.
(gb) wrote: Perfectly fine, but this is a fairly underwhelming film. It's got a more than solid cast but, outside of Andy Griffith's performance, there's sort of a mishandling of the talented cast. I don't think the scripting is great but I think there's flashes of brilliance here and there. For example, Walter Goggins' little scene with Alvin was tremendous and clearly the comedic highlight of the film. And Brenda Blethyn's freak-out was pretty great as well, her delivery was just tremendous. I also liked how Alvin, after reading ONE book about psychology, goes around psychoanalyzing everyone in his family and helping to solve their issues. These are the funniest scenes in the movie and they're left for the latter part of the film. The rest of the film's comedy is hit and miss, I think there's as many hits as there are misses. But the hits are singles rather than home-runs, to tie back to the baseball analogy. Another problem is that the last 15 or so minutes are fairly sentimental and not particularly interesting to me. I suppose they make sense in the context of Claude and Ruby's relationship, but it didn't really do anything for me and I think it did take away from the movie, which at this point I would've given 3 stars to if it hadn't been for the last 15 minutes. Still the cast is good, if slightly mismanaged, and there are some quite funny moments but I found this to be an average film at best.
(fr) wrote: Looks can be decieving. Two brothers who look nothing alike except nobody can tell them apart. This is a great movie.
(de) wrote: To bad movies of the "future" didn't require this much talent. This brilliantly written and directed movie by Paul Bartel, Robert Thom & Charles B Griffith, only thru their individual and combined genius, could have so accurately predicted the year 2000 and beyond. Anyone who would not ponder a harbinger of the passing of 1975 after seeing "Death Race 2000" would be stuck in the 1950's forever. It is almost eerie how a low budget satire of yester-year rings so true for today.
(kr) wrote: Another great classic by Toho, famous for their monster movies. It features the massive pterodactyl like creature with a 60 meter wingspan that destroys buildings with the flaps of its wings. My only gripe is the re-using of some shots, but that isn't a huge deal.6/10, great for someone who enjoys classic monsters.
(nl) wrote: Man, practically every movie I've seen that was made before 1950 is about infidelity in one form or another. Damn you, Cary Grant. Damn you.
(jp) wrote: Fans of Rodriguez will love it for sure, but not everybody can stand it.
(gb) wrote: One of the best Disney movies ever. They don't make em like this anymore. Grade: B-
(nl) wrote: Long live the new flesh...