The Reflecting Skin
A young boy tries to cope with rural life circa 1950s and his fantasies become a way to interpret events. After his father tells him stories of vampires, he becomes convinced that the widow up the road is a vampire, and tries to find ways of discouraging his brother from seeing her.
- Stars:Viggo Mortensen, Lindsay Duncan, Jeremy Cooper, Sheila Moore, Duncan Fraser, David Longworth, Robert Koons, David Bloom, Evan Hall, Codie Lucas Wilbee, Sherry Bie, Jason Wolff, Dean Hass, Guy Buller, Jason Brownlow,
- Country:UK, Canada
- Director:Philip Ridley,
- Writer:Philip Ridley
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(au) wrote: I was successfully startled a couple times (it's hard not to be when a bunch of loud shit jumps out at you), but I didn't ever feel the dread or the suspense offered up by the first two films.
(de) wrote: low budge kinda, feels like a tv-show
(ag) wrote: David Hasselhoff as Nick Fury? Yup! It's pretty darn awful: terrible German accents, bad one-liners, huge leaps of logic that make the action hard to follow. Shockingly, this ill-conceived Marvel adaptation, which aired on the Fox network in 1998, was written by David Goyer (who co-wrote The Dark Knight trilogy).
(jp) wrote: As a big football and British film fan I loved it, a 90's favourite of mine that I can watch time and time again.
(ag) wrote: The lightest installment in Krzysztof Kieslowski's Three Colors Trilogy is this sharp film that works quite well as a strange type of comedy (or anti-comedy) that offers an ironic look at evenness and equality (ideals symbolized by the color white in the French flag).
(it) wrote: My friends Steve Stelting and Chris Gondek and I watched this movie endlessly in high school, which says a lot for our taste in the 80s. So many good lines with such atrocious acting that you can't help but laugh. And Andrew "Diceman" Clay's raucous turn set his career on fire--for about 10 more minutes. By the way, I own this DVD. It's almost as funny as the 40-Year-Old Virgin.
(br) wrote: Almost every character in this is unlikeable. Crooked, cheating, lying, manipulating, greedy people. Throw in confusing love, sex, and allegiance shifting. Some good location photography and twisty plot helps to stay the distance.
(ca) wrote: A cinematic masterpiece. An emotional monument.
(ca) wrote: Cute in the romantic, screwball comedy kind of way.
(fr) wrote: Magnificent film of noir cinema with the great Peter Lorre
(fr) wrote: Harlow is perfectly hate-able, seductive, and manipulative all at the same time. A great old classic made before the days of Hollywood self-censorship. I didn't really care for the ending, though. The movie is paced very slowly, then suddenly shifts into an all out dash in the last 15 minutes.
(au) wrote: It has triller action.It has killer suspense.It is so phsychological.Yet,it has the most awful movie conclusion/ending I have ever seen.This is one of the best psychological trillers I have ever seen,definitely recommending people to watch it although its quite an old film and a cringeful ending.
(mx) wrote: The worst horror film in recent memory.