Tarzan and the Leopard Woman
An African tribe devoted to the leopard cult is dedicated to preventing civilization from moving further into Africa. Tarzan fights them when the cult first attacks a caravan and next attacks Jane and Boy. Tarzan is captured. Boy is bothered by the Leopard Priestess' younger brother. Cheetah saves the day.
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(gb) wrote: CHILLING VISIONS: 5 Senses of Fear (2013)WRITTEN BY: Eric England, Nick Everhart, Emily Hagins, Jesse Holland, Miko Hughes, Andy Mitton, Jack Daniel Stanley DIRECTED BY: Eric England, Nick Everhart, Emily Hagins, Jesse Holland, Miko Hughes, Andy Mitton GENRE: HORRORTAGS: portmanteauPLOT: In this horror anthology, each entry focuses upon one of the five senses.COMMENTS: If you like the old half hour TV horror stories such as Tales From The Darkside, The Hitchhiker, Monsters, and Tales From The Crypt, you should enjoy this anthology of fright shorts from Chiller network. Not to be confused with another Chiller anthology entitled, Chilling Visions; 5 Sates Of Fear, 5 Senses of Fear delivers five terror tales, each about one of the senses. In "Smell," a mysterious saleswoman drops in on an introverted, marginalized office worker. She sells him a cologne which makes him more powerful and attractive, but watch out! Just a little dab will do ya!A peeping tom optometrist spies on his clients' lives by seeing through their own eyes, in "See." When he attempts to use his special gift to punish a woman's abusive boyfriend by making him hallucinate, the tactic blows up in his face.When a blind boy seeks help for his family after a car crash on a desolate road, he encounters a murderer holed up in a derelict building who has an aversion to "Touch."In "Taste," an enigmatic businesswoman lures a computer hacker into a dangerous trap when he's offered a corporate job which just seems too good to be true.When two filmmakers decide to shoot a documentary about a song which allegedly kills its listeners, they get in over their heads and find they just have to play to it for others.5 Senses of Fear delivers a no-frills presentation (there's no "umbrella story, to tie the segments together) of entries which range from girm and gory to a little campy. Being made for cable, the film isn't a slick, hard-edged anthology such as Robert Bloch's Asylum (1973), but the stories are as good as any in HBO's Tales From The Crypt. (In fact, "Smell," directed by Nick Everhart, bears a striking resemblance to Tales From The Crypt episode, "Loved To Death" [S3/E1], in which Andrew McCarthy gives Mariel Hemingway a love potion which works too well.) 5 Senses of Fear is a good October pick because it's a Halloween crowd pleaser; it's more or less family-friendly, at least for pre-teens on up, yet the film will entertain a range of horror fans, especially those who wax nostalgic for the late '80's when numerous half hour horror shows haunted Cable TV on Friday and Saturday nights.
(es) wrote: Damnit this was the cheeziest movie I've ever seen and its only been on 10 mins lol Was thinkin ooh MR. HUSH, YESSSSSSS!!!! A MOVIE ABOUT ME!!! BUT WORST MOVIE EVER MADE!!!
(de) wrote: Dark, maybe too dark, and the structure may seem off to some, but The Temple of Doom is a great continuation of Indiana Jones that brings him to a darker place than ever before.
(gb) wrote: Asian horror movies are scarier than American ones about 95% of the time, and this one is not an exception. While I did find it a bit confusing at times, when everything tied together at the end I realized just how creepy it was. This probably isn't for everyone, and it's not tremendously original, but I found it pretty satisfying, in a fun and just-scary-enough kind of way.
(nl) wrote: I like the concept and think this is a film worth remaking with a bit more serious twist.
(fr) wrote: To give this movie good reviews is to lie to oneself. This has got to be among the worst big budgeted, star studded, "based on a true story" war film of the 21st century. The guts to actually portray the Vietnam war victorious on the US side is just embarrassing... The caricature-esque characters (Mel Gibson portrayed an immortal, better than Rambo and Commando combined, God-like Lt. Colonel Moore who never seemed to bother laying low when under fire. I wonder if that was based on a true story), the over the top violence Mel Gibson seems to love so much, you have to see the photo-journalist montage Barry Pepper did in the film, hilarious. Oh this film was never shot anywhere remotely tropical btw. Did anyone realize none of the settings looked like Vietnam at all?? This film is embarrassing, and top critics giving this film positive reviews were either paid or just got horrible taste and utter fanaticism towards the US and A.
(au) wrote: I really enjoyed the original. Not so much the second.