The American Nightmare

The American Nightmare

An examination into the nature of 1960's-70's horror films, the involved artists, and how they reflected contemporary society.

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The American Nightmare torrent reviews

Mark J (ag) wrote: So incredible, can't explain. Great tone, great acting, great story. ughhh just the type of movie to go into my very limited list of favorite movies:):)

Christopher W (kr) wrote: A little liberal for my liking, but none-the-less it was a story that needed to be told and the federal government was in the wrong. It was kind of surreal seeing some of the generals who I've encountered during my time at MacDill. Pat Tillman was a selfless American hero...and a helluva safety.

Brendan R (br) wrote: More about the lawyers personal journey through the trial than the actual conspirators. Parts were good. Parts were frustrating. Watching legal proceedings can be tedious in even the best movies.

Jesse M (de) wrote: Decent little chiller with some great scares and intriguing premise. I did enjoy hearing about the different foreign customs. Makes for an eerie watch.

Lisa B (es) wrote: it was ok but could have been so much better

Ahmed K (mx) wrote: jet li mega star of action movies

William H (fr) wrote: Adam Ant and Josie Cotton are present in this one!

Ken T (ag) wrote: Curiosity definitely killed the cat or rather it should have killed me. Funny, stupid and all of the above...

Peter W (kr) wrote: Really Silly movie ideal for nothing other than a good laugh which can't be bad. Was Made before the formula started to fade with Carry On England.

Andrew W (es) wrote: I do not understand the appeal, not one bit. Ridiculous at every level. "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" playing throughout the entire damn movie. Boring as sin. Empty entertainment at best, for its time, and completely useless now.

David P (mx) wrote: I wanted to see it until all the crappy reviews

Dennis B (nl) wrote: If you've lived through the past eight years of the Bushies and Rove/Atwater-style propaganda, it's a real eye-opener to see how their political forebears in the Nazi Party got their start. Granted the underlying motives have changed from racial warfare to class warfare, but the execution is exactly the same - use simple, repetitive phrases based in either religion, tradition or bogus science that simultaneously rile up and brainwash a disaffected and desperate portion of the population...connecting with their emotions rather than their reason allows the propagandiers to steer the debate to wherever they want, even if it's in the people's WORST INTERESTS - so long as they unite behind and commit to destroy a common enemy - then it was Jews, now it's Arabs/Muslims. I would say this is required viewing for anyone wanting to understand why the modern Republicans are continually compared to the Third Reich.