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Barry T (au) wrote: Dogtooth was a relly good debut film by this director and in some ways he aimed to shock and sensationlise the same way with this. Itsquirky and interesting but failed somewhat
Peter D (de) wrote: Not funny at all and a complete waste of my time. This movie tries to convince us that a bunch of sex scenes and nudity can pass for a plot, and it doesn't. The entire movie was corny and no believable at all. It felt like I was watching some amateur made movie created by some guy and his buddies. Not what I was expecting and really wish I had the time back I took to watch this.
Bobby E (ag) wrote: This movie is so horrible!
Brian S (mx) wrote: So bad it's good zombie flick that bends over backward in giving nods to George Romero, particularly the original Dawn of the Dead. This is due, no doubt, to the starring role of Ken Foree. The zombies are pretty well done if not entirely consistent, but the real star here is the unbelievably cheezy script that has a professor spouting off ridiculous lines like, "There are worse thing than dying and becoming one of these shambling things. One could die without ever knowing what it was like to love and be loved." That this cornball line is delivered while hordes of zombies are smashing their way in makes it all the more laughable. There's even a gratuitous slow-motion leaping-through-the-air-while-firing-two-guns shot after which the character simply picks himself up and hurries off in the other direction without having accomplished anything noticeable.An unintentionally silly, overly earnest Serbian undead effort complete with a biblical verse-spouting generic character, a killer nun, and poor Ken Foree trying to run. Any director who makes Foree run is up to no good, and no good is what you'll find in "Zone of the Dead." Get ready to laugh.
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Grant S (ca) wrote: Pretty dull. I guess the no-name cast and crew says it all...
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Sylvester K (br) wrote: A parody of the beach movies, slashers and coming of age PSA films. Psycho Beach Party was somewhat amusing thanks to Ambrose's performance, though most of the lines felt forced.
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MooCow M (it) wrote: [center][color=#ff0000][color=black][font=Comic Sans MS][b][size=4][u]Luther the Geek (1990)[/u] [/size]:rotten: :rotten:[/b] :o [/font][/color][/color][/center][center][color=#ff0000][b][font=Comic Sans MS][color=black][/color][/font][/b][/color][/center] [font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]This dumb cluck of horror flick is all chicken scratch. We begin our sad, sad story many years in the past, where a [i]stupid, ugly little malformed brat[/i], that would be Luther, gets all freaked out when he witnesses a local side-show geek bite the head off a chicken. Then he gets his own teeth knocked out, and Hey-Presto, instant Jeffery Dahmer.[/color][/font] [font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]Seriously.[/color][/font] [font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]Yes, our dear little Luther grows up to be a psycho-killer ( qu'est ce que c'est...) Naturally, at his first parole hearing he is immediately released into the general public by a bunch of brain-dead bleeding hearts, or there would be no stinky moovie to sit through, and we'd all have to spend out time at KFC, eating a bucket of extra-crispy. Oh, and an-udder interesting detail: our very chic recently parolled psychopath sports metal teeth and clucks like a chicken all day. [/color][/font][font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]Really. [i]All day long[/i].[/color][/font] [b][font=Comic Sans MS][size=4][color=black]:=8P[/color][/size][/font][/b] [font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]Soooo, after ripping out the throats of various people and chickens with his metal choppers, this bad egg then besieges the farmhouse of a mother and her dumb, breasty daughter Beth, played vaccuously by Stacy Haiduk(tv series [i]SeaQuest[/i] and [i]The Kindred[/i]) . Haiduk's primary job in this flick is to [b]git nekkid[/b], and the MooCow moost say that our little henny penny goes at it with all the spunky aplomb of a drunken Tonya Harding shotgun-wedding. [/color][/font] [font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]Luther torments and kills Breast...uhh, I mean Beth (bad moove!), her dopey boyfriend, and then kills the stupidest cop in Kansas City. He does so while cooing, clucking, and scratching like a chicken. [/color][/font][font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]Really, he does.[/color][/font] [font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]Things then heat up when Luther cowfronts the top of the pecking order, Hilary (Joan Roth), Beth's mother hen(no, not [b]THAT[/b] Hilary, Luther wouldn't stand a chance...).[/color][/font][font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]And where, you ask, do they stage their ultimate apocalyptic battle: in a barn? [b]Egg[/b]-actly! Yes, my friends, the stirring finale, sporting an [b][i]all-chicken clucking dialogue between Luther & the mother[/i][/b], has to been seen to be believed. It goes something like this:[/color][/font] [center][font=Comic Sans MS][color=black][i]"Plucka-plucka-plucka!"[/i][/color][/font][/center][center][font=Comic Sans MS][color=black][i]"Plucka-plucka-plucka!"[/i][/color][/font][/center][center][font=Comic Sans MS][color=black][i]"Cock-a-doodle-dooo!"[/i][/color][/font][/center][center][font=Comic Sans MS][color=black][i]"Plucka!"[/i][/color][/font][/center] [font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]And so on, and so on, and so on...[/color][/font] [color=black][/color][color=black][font=Comic Sans MS]Really. I'm not making this up. [/font][/color][color=black][font=Comic Sans MS][/font][/color][color=black][font=Comic Sans MS][b][size=4]:=8P[/size][/b][/font][/color] [font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]Writer/Director Carlton J. Albright must have had all his scrambled creative eggs in one shallow basket, because never again did he resurface after this fowl slow-roaster was fried, and rightfully so. Even as Balding Chicken-Clucking Psychopathic Metal Teeth-Wearing Geek moovies go, [b]Luther the Geek[/b] is painfully slow, murky, and stupid. You have to wonder which is worse, the egg-headed acting, the poultry...er, paltry script, or the bird-brained direction. Yeah, you pretty mooch figure the crew really... winged this one.[/color][/font] [font=Comic Sans MS][color=black]The MooCow says even if you feel like chicken tonight, keep this rotten egg in the henhouse. [/color][/font] [b][font=Comic Sans MS][size=4][color=black];=8)[/color][/size][/font][/b]
Jake A (jp) wrote: I was expecting this to be pretty bad but when all was finished I thoroughly enjoyed it. Van Damme can still kicks ass at his age, with the fight scenes being really well done, the action is exciting, love seeing Van Damme fight himself (again) and Rooker is as good as he has ever been.