Taxidermia

Taxidermia

Three generations of men, including a pervert that constantly seeks for new kinds of satisfaction, an obese speed eater and a passionate embalmer.

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Tom S (br) wrote: Life for those settling the west was very, very tough. I don't think I've seen a movie that dramatized the personal difficulties as strongly as did this. Good acting!!

Adam C (kr) wrote: It is not just awful, it is terribly awful. Too bad there wasn't any Kaufman or Corman behind the camera to add more exploitation genre. "Killer slugs?! What'll be next? Demented crickets, rampage mosquitoes?" however self-irony is brilliant.

Matt P (fr) wrote: I loved this film when I was a young (around 10yrs+), and having watched it again recently it for me still holds up. It's a time and place that I'd love to have lived through, which i kinda did, and obviously a fun riotous comedy set in that time and place.

Matt H (fr) wrote: Well filmed noir with a great story. Well acted, written, and directed. You can really feel the room closing in on Dixon.

Emmanuel S (ru) wrote: it was mavelous,the sound track and the sound effects, not bad

Kylie M (kr) wrote: i need to re-watch this lol

Dan H (au) wrote: It's very silly and dumb, but ultimately is still entertaining and fun. Nick Stahl is easily the best part of the film as Gavin Strick, the smart and paranoid stoner (This may actually be the best role I've seen Nick Stahl in). Katie Holmes does a fine job and is very attractive (and is such as shot), Katherine Isabelle appears in the film (and does fine) well before her horror debut in Ginger Snaps, and Crystal Cass has a small role but gets a brief but hot scene of nudity. William Sadler (aka The Grim Reaper in Bill and Ted's Bogus actor) has a supporting role as the town idiot, but does a good job. As for James Marsden, I've never been a big fan of his but I guess he does ok here. Disturbing Behavior is certainly not a great film, but for what it was (a film about brainwashed/re-prograammed kids who go into fits of murderous rage whenever they get sexually aroused, as I said it's silly) I had a fun time with it and have no problems recommending it.

Dan H (es) wrote: Christine is a film that is sadly overlooked these days. When most people think of great Stephen King adaptations, they usually think of The Shining or Misery...but for my money Christine is the best that there is, it's got a pretty good atmosphere, some great character development, great tension, and some pretty great scary parts too. Christine is a great, fun film that is sure to chill most and that any fan of John Carpenter, Stephen King, or good horror movies should not miss.