Down a seedy city street in her neighborhood, young Enola Penny is obsessed with what appears to be a long abandoned theatre. One night, she sees that the front door is slightly ajar and impulsively decides to sneak inside. But there in the dark, decrepit auditorium, a show unlike any other unfolds before her eyes. Its host is an eerie human puppet named Peg Poett who will introduce Penny to six tales of the bizarre: A couple traveling in a remote part of the French Pyrenees cross paths with a lustful witch; A paranoid lover faces the wrath of a partner who has been pushed to her limit; The Freudian dreams of an unfaithful husband blur the lines between fantasy and reality; The horrors of the real world are interpreted through the mind of a child; A woman addicted to other people's memories gets her fix through the vitreous fluid of her victims' eyeballs; And a perverse obsession with sweets turns sour for a couple in too deep.
The film contains six stories, each inspired by legendary Grand Guignol theatre. All of them are presented within a connecting framework, Theatre Guignol: Enola Penny is intrigued by an abandoned theatre in her neighborhood. One night the theatre door mysteriously opens and she enters. But there in the dark, decrepit auditorium, a show unlike any other unfolds before her eyes. The stories unfold, something much stranger is happening to Enola. Something irreversible and horrific. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bruno V (ag) wrote: Was a good one , but would be better with some interesting caracters or better actors ...for 1 time only
Dryden D (au) wrote: Generally a dissapointment. The title says that it's based on both the series, but instead this movie should be called "The Suite Life on Deck Movie" because it has nothing to do with the original "Suite Life of Zack and Cody" which was a better show anyways. Would have been nice if they had some of those original characters come back.
Roy H (ag) wrote: A good look at latent racism in small town america. Well worth seeing.
Ayse E (br) wrote: Oh the sweet tension between the lovers and haters of the Helvetica Typeface. A true delight to watch.
Anna Q (es) wrote: Surprisingly enough, it wasn't horrible. It wasn't good, but it wasn't horrible.
James J (ru) wrote: Loved it, Really interesting to see how all these artists got thee start...
Alana B (ca) wrote: that is cool and the movie
chud o (kr) wrote: complete shenanigans and hilarity. i love it!
Peter L (es) wrote: I seen Macaulay at the pub He was like a rat on crackattack 2nd last movie at video store I like and watch it similer to studio 54 a bit gruesome Homosexuality is mentioned.
James M (es) wrote: A 90-minute advert for hip-hop. Not a terrible film, just not my sort of thing.
Tim H (us) wrote: Filled with Fulci-isms like gory deaths, extreme closeups, and long pan shots, Manhattan Baby may not be his best film, but it certainly fairs better than some of the later films he made. Really this is probably his last great film.
Varuni M (au) wrote: I wish I was the Captain of that magnificent 'Krassin' the Icebreaker ... loved the movie, minus a small cheesy part here and there.
Thomas A (mx) wrote: I like everything but Tara Reid, that ugly bitch can't act. Okay movie though.
Andrey B (nl) wrote: Very fascinating documentary.
Tim R (au) wrote: I can't believe how boring this movie was. By the end of the movie I didn't care about anyone. Couldn't wait for the movie to be over!
Black S (fr) wrote: "Grave Digger" Jones & "Coffin Ed" Johnson and their nickel plated .357 Magnums jump out of the Novels and return in the second (and last) adaptation of the Harlem headbusters. 70's atmosphere, twisted humor, and the lead actors make it a cult classic worth a look if you are into it...