As a child, Ed was cleaning his father's hunting rifles for as part of a surprise birthday treat for his old man when one firearm accidentally discharges fatally striking his own mother in the back. His father, Jack Sr came home, saw his wife dead, and blaming his own offspring tried to commit infanticide before Ed managed to escape his father's murderous antics. Leaving his old man to sleep into mournful psychosis as he began pouring whiskey down his slain wife's throat. Ed now in his teens returns back to his family home, his dad long since supposedly vanished...only he hasn't and has been waiting for a chance to even the score with his kid...right about...now
Alex C (us) wrote: Insanitarium features considerably more acting talent that your average straight-to-video horror schlock. Does contain some boobs and gratuitious amount of gore, though---the hallmarks of horror B-movies. It's above average for it's genre, but don't expect to be scared or find any deep plot elements.
Drago C (au) wrote: A decent low-budget horror that builds a good plot despite atrocious acting and a cheap shot-on-digital overall feel. It squanders all the good points on a downer ending but is still considerably better than most of the horrible jump scare ridden or found-footage nonsense that passes for horror nowadays.
Pter M (nl) wrote: AWESOME! must see...
Kyle W (es) wrote: Just when you thought the Crow franchise could not possibly get any worse they go and cast Edward Furlong and Tara Reid into one of them. Remember when Brandon Lee made the Crow character cool? Yea those days are long, long gone. In its place is The Crow: Wicked Prayer. A straight to DVD film that looks like a poor mans Robert Rodriguez and has the production value of an episode of Walker Texas Ranger, sans Chuck Norris.Dennis Hopper is in the film but I never made it far enough into it to see him. I was mostly distracted by Tera Reid's awful performance, who anytime is on screen makes the movie seem like its about five minutes away from turning into a low rent porno flick.Everything that was even remotely interesting about the franchise is gone. Not even the films hip soundtrack, has made it. In its place is generic Spanish guitars and boring instrumental pieces.If your a Crow fan best to stick with the original and check out its serviceable sequel. From that point on, just pretend the series is over. Don't bother with anything past the original two.
Grayson D (jp) wrote: Fine indie comedy with some very memorable scenes. Kaurismaki is also a great director in finding beauty in the mundane so the film is very nicely shot.
Greg W (jp) wrote: only film to star mr and mrs Ronald regan
Mark L (gb) wrote: 'how about a hamburger sandwich with full french fried potatoes garnish?'
Brian M (kr) wrote: A truly enjoyable film. Maybe slightly longer than it needs to be, but that's a minor complaint. Bing Crosby is fantastic.
Carlos I (ca) wrote: A masterpiece, plain and simple. DeNiros commitment to playing this completely unsympathetic character is really affecting and so impressive.
Simon D (br) wrote: with a title like this you expect a B-Movie gore fest but none of it at all. It's a weak attempt at comedy, if there is some feminist message in there somewhere then it's obviously nulified by all the fit birds in bikinis. Not worth the recommendations.
Patricia W (jp) wrote: What happened to the teenager (babysitter) that was shot??????? I hate loose ends. They just went on with the story and did not address her after she was hit in Travolta's daughter's living room-like she never existed and didn't matter. Argh! Why are you all so happy in the end when you brought senseless tragedy on another family?
Greg T (fr) wrote: Nanny McPhee is a charming, funny family, with good morals and a strong heart.
Omar L (it) wrote: A romantic comedy should have romance and comedy, and this movie has neither. I honestly cannot fathom how anyone in their right mind would consciously own this movie to watch again and again. Even though I think Ralph Fiennes is miscast, I don't think there is an actor out there who could have convincing chemistry with Jennifer Lopez. This is one of those movies that is so bad it's bad, because there is absolutely nothing in this movie that is remotely enjoyable, even from an ironic point of view. I mean, the movie begins with a stunted defense of RICHARD NIXON. Really?!