The Terror Within II

The Terror Within II

In a world gone mad, the last human colony struggles to survive underground, beneath a land of nightmarish mutants who seek to destroy them. But when the mutant breaks inside humanity's final stronghold, the battle for survival pits the human colonists against their deadly invaders miles below the earth's surface.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1991
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:crossbow,   sequel,   monster,  

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House M (kr) wrote: Brilliant movie, simple, funny and witty. This is really a breakthrough for Norwegian flicks. Real good acting. not a must see but really quality entertainment.

Angelo Dean B (ca) wrote: Robert de Niro and John Travolta should make another movie together.Not bad but not good either. Below Average2 Stars!


John B (br) wrote: This one was ok overall and enjoyable family movie, but, not too much thrill or excitement in the story

Tim B (us) wrote: Good indie vampire flick. Not your usual vampire movie at all.

Greg W (es) wrote: "HORRORS EAST OF THE ARISTOCATS" - If you like cats, watch this. - If you love cats, don't for God's sake watch this! This film is to Watership Down what Silence of the Lambs was to Miss Marple. (Tip 1: The German DVD does have Englsih audio.) (Tip 2: READ THE BOOK!!!!!)

Amanda H (kr) wrote: Awesome movie. Hey, I would have taken the money too.

Zoran S (br) wrote: This is a beautiful and subtle film about female friendship and the insidious ways female oppression is woven into the fabric of daily life of Hungarian communist society. Maybe, though, that limits the film: this still seems more relevant, insightful, and timely then just about any other film I've seen in recent years about about women, labor, and maternal yearnings. (It certainly is much smarter and more nuanced than a film like Waitress.) This is one of those films that sinks in wonderfully after you watch it. Marta Meszaros deserves to be much better known.

Jim S (fr) wrote: Stagey yet fascinatingly cinematic - long close-ups, both monologue and silent and un-moving, bright-outs and near-dark. Wonderfully ageing characters (think crooners -> Beatles '63 to Beatles '70) experience what they just about realise are bleak loveless lives, but they seem unaware that it is their delusional searches for what they think they want that is to blame. Set in the 1950-1970 transformation, with fantastic performances, this is a 100% must-see for all Mad Men fans, giving a truly contemporary feel that makes it clear just how modern Mad Men is, because, like its title music, it is very much a pieceof our time. The trailer is terrible, by the way.

Bruce B (de) wrote: This ios Film Noir at its best. Its been a long time since movies were made like this, and I miss them, filtering throught the junk that is put on film screens in the united states is very dissapointing, and not getting better, I mean why do I have to watch a present day Disney / Pixstar movie with a cartoon animal busting his balls on a fence, or why does every movie always show a man pissing,are women turned on by this I don't Think So, Anyway here is my review, sorry I got up on my soapbox again. Nick Cochran, supposedly an American adventurer and petty criminal, arrives, short of cash and on the run from the United States where he is wanted, in Macao (at this period still a Portuguese colony). Arriving on the same boat is an attractive young woman named Julie Benson. Julie is hired by Vincent Halloran, the local gambling boss, as a singer in his casino-cum-nightclub. Halloran is also wanted in America (for offences far more serious than Cochran's), but cannot be extradited as long as he remains in Macao. Although this is a short film, there is still time enough for the plot to become very complex. A number of the characters are not what they seem. Is Cochran, for example, what he purports to be, or is he really a cop trying to lure Halloran beyond Macao's three mile limit into international waters where he can be arrested? Who is Lawrence Trumble, the mysterious salesman who also appears to have a sideline in stolen jewellery? This is the second film which Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell made together; the previous year they had starred in "His Kind of Woman". The two films have much in common beyond the two leading actors. Both have an exotic setting and both feature gambling and a ruthless gangster. The two leads play similar types in both films, Mitchum a seedy, down-on-his-luck character, likable despite his shady past and occasionally cynical exterior, and Russell a sultry glamour girl. There is, however, an important difference between the two films. "His Kind of Woman" can be seen as a comic send-up of the crime thriller genre, starting off in the dark, menacing film noir style and then metamorphosing into a comedy action-thriller. "Macao" is the genuine article rather than a parody, being for the most part played seriously rather than for laughs, although it the atmosphere is perhaps lighter than in some other films noirs. The difference lies less in the look of the film- "Macao" has some striking black-and-white photography- than in the moral atmosphere. Films such as the Humphrey Bogart classics "The Maltese Falcon" and "The Big Sleep" were notable not only for their dark, gloomy look but also for their tone of moral darkness. The private eye characters played by Bogart struggle to maintain their private integrity in a world of corruption and deceit. In "Macao" there is something closer to a traditional morality, with good triumphing over the evil of the ruthless villains. The result is perhaps something of a hybrid between authentic noir and a more traditional adventure thriller, still highly watchable even today. 5 Stars Should have gotten 10 its that good. 2-5-13

Tio B (fr) wrote: A thinking man's slasher, brilliantly directed by Donald Cammell. The murder scenes are pure Dario Argento. The ending goes way over the top, but in a Texas-Chainsaw-Massacre way that is very satisfying. Cathy Moriarty is incredible!