The Cohasset Snuff Film

The Cohasset Snuff Film

In 2009, the small town of Cohasset, Massachusetts was rocked with tragedy. A 17-year-old high school senior named Collin Mason murdered three classmates. All the murders were videotaped and uploaded to the Internet via bit torrent sites and for three days, the world viewed the murders of these three innocent teens. Through legal action, the parents of the victims were able to remove all footage from the Internet and the town tried to save face by pretending it never happened. Bootleg copies of this footage are still passed around and downloaded through illegal means. The impact of this video is still being felt in Cohasset today. The video has become infamous, and is now referred to as The Cohasset Snuff Film.

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Mark M (de) wrote: The movies should be called the disappointment movie. It sucked!

Chris S (us) wrote: This one was kind of unnecessary, but it was decently entertaining. It's not a perfect end to the series, but I'm glad I watched it.

Paul G (us) wrote: Another tour-de-force performance from chameleon like character actor Toby Jones and a RARE decent bit of acting from Daniel Craig. Interesting and compelling.

Alec B (br) wrote: At first glance its a straightforward WWII espionage thriller, but there's a far more complex and jaded view of morality lurking below its surface, like how the antisemitism of the Nazis in the film isn't that different from that of the regular European population. All of this falls right in line with what Verhoeven explores in most of his film about the roots of fascism in society . . . except that this time he's working with the legacy of real history, which makes what he's saying all the more terrifying.

Michael V (jp) wrote: "One of Denzel Washington best performances. Derek Luke's best performance to date. Joy Bryant is good too. One of the most underrated, powerful and saddest films around. It's still a shame or I should say a "crime" that Luke, Washington and this movie never got any Oscar attention at all. It's just not fair, shame on the Oscars, Golden Globes, Critic's Choice and any other award shows. This is an extraordinary film."

Ashley A (fr) wrote: very good movie lots of drama

Eytan D (ag) wrote: Let's face it. Kevin Williamson is never again going to reach the master status he achieved with "Scream". However, I can't believe all the bad reviews centered around his directorial debut "Teaching Mrs. Tingle". It doesn't have the same wit or thrills that "Scream" had, and it tends to be a bit predictable. But all three of the teens are likeable, and Helen Mirren is deliciously devilish as Mrs. Tingle.

FilmGrinder S (ag) wrote: Passible, throw back to Tales From The Crypt, nukkah style.

Ralph R (it) wrote: Marc Singer exploits the fans of his beloved orignal with this sequel. I, however, will not be fooled twice.

Marcela L (kr) wrote: Guilty pleasure! The height of cheese, certainly!

Kenneth S (de) wrote: This was a very boring movie about cars just runing and crashing each other.. the movie is not like the games

Michael T (kr) wrote: Terry Moore vs. the Commies. . .campy fun.

Justin D (br) wrote: It's a classic screwball comedy and Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn are just sublime. Nothing not to like about it.

Anto K (de) wrote: The Miz was hardly in it, the story didn't exactly shout out "CHRISTMAS" (except the few randomly placed Christmas objects) and the ending was like WHAT?This movie failed to keep my attention.

Walter C (us) wrote: A bunch of high school kids are being killed one by one and it's up to the police to find out who the murderer is and stop him. This movie is bad all over. From the acting to the gore effects. The killer looks like a cheap version of Leatherface. There is no reason to see this one unless one of the actors in it becomes a major star one day and to be honest, I don't see that happening.

Yoosik O (ag) wrote: By far the best one for me. Maybe a lot of it is the motivation of the characters to protect their comrade is more clear. The whole story overall works together well.

David L (kr) wrote: Amazing what throwing in a decent soundtrack can do. Without it, this is just another corny chick flick that would've no doubt annoyed the hell out of me. With it, it's a catchy modern number that puts a new twist on some classic tunes, as well as busting out some smooth moves on the dance floor. This is littered with a variety of personalities, individually chosen for their unique traits that each provide something different for their respective singing groups. Whether as individuals or battles, these productions are cleverly choreographed and produced to provide an excellent sing along and humorous movie. From the dry persona of Rebel Wilson to the egotistical lead singer of their opposing band, everybody adds something to the quality of this film. Naturally you can immediately see how the script it's going to pan out - Girl band pitted as the underdog, always losing to the cocky boyband in the regional tournaments. One day a new chick joins the team, adds a different twist to their style, and ........ Well you can guess the rest! There are also side stories going on which to be honest no one gives two hoots about, with the blossoming romance of the two main characters, and the girls desire to get into music producing. Presumably the sequel might progress these two issues, but if it's going to continue to be a success, it just needs to pull together some new styles on more of the old beats. This is all about the music, and providing that's up to scratch, the franchise will do just fine.

John C (gb) wrote: A fantastic film.I seriously liked this film as I couldn't stop laughing, now while it does have the "Daft" element to it, since it's a comedy anyway it doesn't really matter about that.I felt the acting was good. Beyond that though it's not something you would watch over and over again. It's one of those films that is only good the first time.