Taboo

Taboo

Six young adults struggle with their personal demons while staying at a secluded mansion during a dark and stormy night where a seemingly innocent game of 'taboo' brings out their inter-most secrets which soon leads to murder.

Six young adults struggle with their personal demons while staying at a secluded mansion during a dark and stormy night where a seemingly innocent game of 'taboo' brings out their inter-most secrets which soon leads to murder. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brett A (fr) wrote: Lovely documentary that really tries to be fair in seeking truth.

Steven B (mx) wrote: just bad all around.

Dolby W (de) wrote: This is a pure punk rock action movie. This movie kicked my ass in so many ways. Holy hell, is it entertaining!

Greg W (it) wrote: Nice comedy, nice idea, nice attitude. However the low budget shows a little with the slow pace and lack of action.

Nate (jp) wrote: ooo sounds pretty good! =D =P

Sedonia G (jp) wrote: Really incredible film. Based on a true story. Deeply moving, beautifully acted. Riveting.

Davis F (kr) wrote: This amounts to an amalgam of the concepts underlying Even Dwarfs Started Small or Tod Browning's Freaks and the aesthetics of Holy Mountain. It's kind of conceptual copy and paste in that regard but I'd rather have the above films and artists copied than not. In an era where the Surrealist film is all but dead (save for a small collection of auteurs represented by more well known film makers like Guy Maddin and Matthew Barney), it's great to see something traumatic, funny, and unrestrained. It does have one of my favorite lines in a film ever; "Five-hundred more injections and I shall become an invertebrate."

Garrett B (ru) wrote: Guyver one and two are great movies, and for the times they were done, i feel it was up to par, maybe it was just to far fetched for the main audience, they really need to reboot it, come on paramount

Simon D (kr) wrote: Not Woody Allens best film but it's still quite good. It's funny to see Scarlet Johansson basically playing a young, female, Woody Allen and she does it very well. The story is a bit daft but Allens dialogue is, as always, very humerous.

Kendyl C (es) wrote: B-horror at its finest: Mario Bava's bold and artistic direction and use of Technicolor make Blood and Black Lace an accidental giallo classic.

Paul D (br) wrote: Not the foremost of biblical characters, but it's still a well worked story around Barabbas' post Christ life.

Carolyn G (mx) wrote: I must say, this flick didn't seem as icky on cable in the 80s. Upon recent viewing, the ick factor was quite high. Definitely a stomping ground for dirty old men everywhere and what was really off-putting was that everybody in the movie was casual about the fact that this dude was banging his best friend's teenage daughter. Ugh.