The Towering Inferno

The Towering Inferno

At the opening party of a colossal - but poorly constructed - office building, a massive fire breaks out that threatens to destroy the tower and everyone in it.

Architect Doug Roberts returns to San Francisco for the high-profile dedication ceremony of the Glass Tower, the tallest but poorly constructed building in the world. During the party, a massive fire breaks out that threatens to destroy the tower and everyone in it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Amy F (au) wrote: Hot half naked guys dancing on stage stripping ... a woman's best movie ever

Sana A (jp) wrote: funny...akshay kumar iz sooo cute...

Judge L (mx) wrote: Watched this flick on my laptop while waiting for my flight in the Honolulu Airport. It killed some time and was entertaining enough. That was all I was hoping for. The movie itself is an alright grifter flick; it was funny seeing the grift that was used in Zombieland in this flick. Did the creators of Zombieland watch this flick and decided to use that grift?Overall this flick is worth a watch, but it may leave some feeling as if the true victims of the grift are those who watched this flick.

Chris D (it) wrote: Roland Bozz is a disobedient loose cannon with the uncanny ability to get soldiers out of the's riveting, violent when it needs to be and although each man's performance is unique - it's Farrell's movie from beginning to end.

Samantha S (mx) wrote: Fascinating movie. I got sucked in immediately, so much so that I read the autobiography. It's much simplified from the book but does retain a sense of it. Great performances all around, and well worth catching.

Rudy L (it) wrote: Favorite thriller I grew up with and really great work of art. 2 thumbs up.

Camden N (it) wrote: This is the kind of trash I love discovering in these public domain sets. I've found more than a few stinkers in my short time on this earth, but gems like "Blood Mania" make it all worthwhile. While not quite up to the level of such finds as "Deep Red" and "House by the Cemetery" (which led me to explore the amazing careers of their respective directors), this is still the sort of delightfully oddball 70s hokum that amuses me to no end.Like "Trip With The Teacher" (which also comes in the Gorehouse Greats set from Mill Creek), this is pretty light on horror, being more of a nasty soap opera than anything else. I actually found this to be the far better of the two, perhaps because stuff actually happened before the climactic third act. "Teacher" was pretty much an hour of nothing followed by 30 minutes of "Last House" style shenanigans, whereas for the first 80 minutes or so of this film we get a peek into the fucked up affairs of an interesting group of people: Victoria, a borderline sociopath; her decrepit father; Dr. Craig Cooper, the object of her lust; and her sister Gail, among others. I know, pretty standard stuff, but it's all in the execution! As if to drive the sleaze factor home, at least 80% of the female cast prance around in the nude at some point. The film is also filled with delightfully clever (read: stupid) lines that I'm sure I'll be applying to everyday conversation. My favorite exchange: "Old lady: I don't buy it, doctor! Cooper: I didn't know I was selling anything". It's mainly the offbeat atmosphere that makes this such an enjoyable film to watch, because there's nothing quite like these 70s low-budget films. They had a unique milieu that today's DTV movies just can't compete with. And the wait is certainly worth it, if only for the borderline insanity of the ending. I won't spoil it, but I'll say it doesn't make much goddamn sense.