The Two Faces of Fear

The Two Faces of Fear

A professor's wife falls in love with her husband's assistant. When she learns he's planning to move to another city, she does everything she can to avoid it, with no success. Soon afterwards, he's found dead, in obscure circumstances

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gary t (de) wrote: WOW......WOW.....WOW.....SO SO SO SO SO BAD......MAN THIS IS SUCH AN AWFUL MESSY MESSY MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SO SO SO SO DREADFUL, IT IS SUCH AN AWFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SO SO SO AWFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SO SO SO DREADFUL, IT IS SO SO SO DREADFUL, IT IS SUCH AN AWFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH IT IS SUCH AN AWFUL MESSY MOVIE 2 WATCH.......WARNING THIS MOVIE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTNING EFFECTS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE......MAN THIS IS SUCH AN AWFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SUCH AN AWFUL MESSY MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SUCH AN AWFUL MOVIE 2 WATCH, IT IS SUCH A BAD MOVIE 2 WATCH, JUST AVOID THIS MOVIE AT ALL IT IS SUCH A BAD MOVIE 2 WATCH, JUST AVOID THIS MOVIE AT ALL COSTS IT IS THAT BAD.....JUST DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE IT IS SO AWFUL.......ITS GOT A GOOD SOUNDTRACK THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE.....BUT MAN THIS MOVIE IS SO SO SO AWFUL 2 WATCH....WARNING YOU HAVE GOT TO WATCH THE END OF THE CREDITS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE AS SOMETHING HAPPENES AT THE END OF THE CREDITS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE........

Angie K (gb) wrote: This really was one of my favorite last movies of the late actress Brittanyy Murphy. The reason being, is because it was a romantic movie of sorts and it showed the layers of Brittany's acting talents. This movie, in my opinion at least; is one of her BEST movies she did right before she passed so unexpectedly. Also I am a huge Nora Robert's fan to begin with. Having Brittany Murphy on this made for TV movie was the icing on the cake for me.

Jessee F (br) wrote: This movie is bewitching to watch. Incredibly sad story - Moreau plays the part downright impeccably.

Rita W (mx) wrote: Delightful film. Wonderful acting, wonderful script, beautiful settings....this doesn't happen often enough.

Spencer H (fr) wrote: Hoodwinked Too is the worst animation I've ever seen, not even the kids will like this pile of garbage.

Yinal R (ag) wrote: Super duper funny! Loved how they presented Robin Hood.

Queena W (fr) wrote: this is the best movie i've seen

Shane J (jp) wrote: post apocolypse film with swayze playing a loner helping out a family from troubles from outsiders. its shane the cowboy film with a hint of mad max,martial arts and swords. its definatly the 80's unfortunatly it doesn't really hold up now. 1st time watching it so no nostalgia for me.the lead villian just looks like a rent a look a likey swayze with a really bad wig on!

Andreas O (it) wrote: Really odd movie, with a weird and not entirely welcome plot turn halfway in. Strange as they come, but entertaining at times.

Ryan V (nl) wrote: Christopher Lee returns for a fourth outing as Dracula in this Hammer Studios film. This time the Count is accidentally resurrected by a group of rich swingers who decide to dabble with satanic rituals out of boredom. One of the vampire's acolytes is killed by the group, and the Count immediately sweeps into enacting ghastly revenge upon all the men and their families. This inspires a counterattack from the heroes, and ultimately the viewer is left thinking that Dracula would get killed far less often if he was just a little less fixated on payback. While weaker than its predecessors, Taste the Blood of Dracula still has enough gothic grandeur to make for a reasonably entertaining movie experience.

Darryl C (de) wrote: God is good all the time and all the time God is good!!! Makes it your business to see this movie.

Blake P (es) wrote: "Jennifer's evil," high school senior Anita "Needy" Lesnicki (Amanda Seyfried) frantically explains to her boyfriend Chip (Johnny Simmons). "She's actually evil, not high school evil." Needy, resourceful and bookish, has done enough research (thanks to the Occult section of her school's library) to come to the conclusion that her lifelong best friend, the popular and abnormally attractive Jennifer Check (Megan Fox), is no longer just her shitty BFF but also her shitty BFF who has become - gulp - possessed by a demonic entity. How does she know?? Maybe it's the way Jennifer likes to vomit up a black substance chunkier than the gunk Regan from "The Exorcist" spewed out forty-some years ago, the way she can slice up her arm with a butcher knife, burn her tongue with a cigarette lighter, get stabbed by a pack of lunatic rockers, and still manage to heal herself in an instantaneous snap of a finger akin to X-Men's own Wolverine. Or maybe it's the way she devours the flesh and blood of unsuspecting romantic liaisons like a cannibalistic Black Widow. Or maybe it's her sudden lack of conscience, which causes her to make jokes in the middle of class about all those coincidental local murders. It could be nothing at all - perhaps a bad case of PMSing? But like Jennifer reminds her alleged best friend halfway through the film, PMSing is something the male-dominated media made up in order to make an excuse as to why females can sometimes get a little crazy. So there's only one conclusion to turn to: Jennifer is possessed. Hell is a teenage girl after all. Back in '09, "Jennifer's Body" was hyped as both the first leading role of blockbusting it-girl Megan Fox and also as the follow-up for screenwriter Diablo Cody, who won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay two years previously for "Juno". A box-office bomb and a critical mix-up, it has long since been forgotten, a teen horror comedy undeservedly considered to be a chance to grab the attention of the male audience "Twilight" couldn't muster. (Who can forget the heavily publicized lesbionic kiss between its two female leads?) So it's a shame that "Jennifer's Body" is, in actuality, a misunderstood oddity with a degree of wit comparable to 1989's untouchable "Heathers", blacker than black but funny as hell. You've got to be a little twisted to find joy in the humor, but I don't think I'm so much twisted as I am appreciative of the very literal approach Cody takes with the "high school is hell" clich, concocting a brilliant cocktail of teen angst and actual threat. Her famous pop culture infused zingers are all here, and so are her neuroses that manage to be flavorful and observant. She knows her characters well enough to throw tongue-in-cheek curveballs at them without the doubts of the audience murdering her oddball sensibilities. To take it seriously (think of it as a better than usual B-movie - one critic compared it to "Drag Me to Hell") would be a mistake. It's made to have fun with. And now that the erotic smoke has cleared from Fox's public persona, we can now appreciate her as a sultry but perfectly cast leading character, delivering Cody's snarky lines with a vicious snap; and since Seyfried is now an established name rather than the up-and-comer she was back then, we can delight in her pluckiness, her charm as a unwitting protagonist. So blink a few times and look again - "Jennifer's Body" isn't a failure but a horror comedy for the ages, a cult classic in the making. Cody didn't make a misstep and neither did Fox; they, instead, got caught in the crossfire of a public expecting something trashy, something provocative, something to cash-in on the vampire craze but got something smart. Six-years-ago, nobody got it - but decades from now, don't be surprised if people are still laughing at "Twilight" and are instead deciding to pay tribute to "Jennifer's Body". It's too distinct to pass along, and the mainstream rarely gets this risky.

Richard G (br) wrote: i think that terminator gensisy is damn brillently and it's funny to watch i enjoyed it and i really really love it papas you were fucking brillent and sarah connor and kyle reece you both are amazingly damn good actorsand arnold same goes to you