The Violent Kind

The Violent Kind

Horror - The story of a US Marine who has just returned home from the war in Iraq. In an ettempt to reunite with his young wife and Vietnam veteran father, he takes them back to the family cabin in Montana. - Kirk Harris, John Savage, Irina Björklund

The story of a US Marine who has just returned home from the war in Iraq. In an attempt to reunite with his young wife and Vietnam veteran father, he takes them back to the family cabin in Montana. Once there, his past and present collide in a horrific tale of insanity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Emeric T (nl) wrote: 1 duo 2 performances ki vs hypnotise du Dbut la fin

Tyler J (de) wrote: Iron Man 2 Might've Been The Best in the series But I kind of Also Like Iron Man 3 For some reason Don't ask But This Movie was a good shot ! ??

Semper Cado Pro Nefas Vir (it) wrote: interesting premise for the movie. really enjoyed it.

Ada C (it) wrote: The song is catchy, "Buy a piece of the pole!"

Alexandra V (fr) wrote: great cuz Joseph is here, so cute as always...bad cuz he almost dies in the end...ever since I saw it I hate Ray Liotta

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August C (jp) wrote: So Troma delivers less than garbage with this b movie about nuclear fallout that effects a highschool and it's sex crazed teens, its gory, obscene and trashy. Only mildly amusing for b movie fans.

Eric R (es) wrote: Trancers really deserves no more than 2 stars but I couldn't help it. It's such a damn entertaining B-movie that I had to bump it up a star. I mean come on, a film about a future cop named Jack Deth that travels back in time to 1985 Los Angeles to catch the leader of a psychic-like zombie cult? Sounds like one of the best B-movies ever made to me!The film opens in a dark, Blade Runner-like future with a burnt-out Dekker like cop (Tim Thomerson, in his career defining role of Jack Deth) killing (excuse me, I believe the proper term is "singeing") Trancer scum. The council leaders in this bleak future announce to Jack Death that the leader of the zombie-like cult (named Whistler) has transferred his consciousness to an old relative in 1985 in order to kill off the council members ancestors, negating their existence in the future. Deth takes the mission and it's a fun man out element (or time) adventure as he convinces his ancestor's girlfriend (Helen Hunt, in her first major role) to help him to singe our scum leader before he goes back to a future that's only populated by Trancers. The plot is essentially Blade Runner meets Terminator with a hint of Scanners so one can't expect anything remotely original. Despite this is low budget, B-movie goodness that only the likes of Charles Band can make.Tim Thomerson made a living playing secondary characters in major Hollywood films before meeting the likes of Band and thanks to their working relationship Thomerson will forever be a cult icon star for his memorable role as Jack Deth. Deth is just a lovable asshole with incredibly memorable one-liners such as "dry hair is for squids" and "I'm from another time, another world. I don't even know what you people eat for lunch." The dialogue about Cahuanga Boulevard is also classic.Not only is Thomerson great but so is the rest of the seasoned cast. We get Thelma Hopkins and Art LaFleur not to mention Helen Hunt. I have to hand it to Band as he has a knack for discovering so rising young stars: Demi Moore in Parasite, Kelly Preston in Metalstorm and now Helen Hunt. All these good actors bring this likable B-movie up in quality.Band's direction is adequate as usual but he always tends to be a much more prolific producer. His brother Albert Band offers up another great score. If I had to complain about one aspect (other than the short running time), it would be that there is no good explanation on what a Trancer really is. Whistler is the leader and it seems all he does is "trance" weak minded individuals which makes them turn yellow and go psycho. Is that it? They hardly seem like they are a total threat to humanity! Okay I have a few other things to bitch about and most have to do with plot holes, but more on that in the Bonus Rant section. The "long second" watch (which stretches 1 second into 10) also has a tendency to last what seems to be like 10 minutes instead!Even with all its plot wholes and lack of a good explanation of what a Trancer really is, Trancers still comes out being one of the most entertaining B-movies I have ever seen. Many people think that the overrated Puppet Master film is Band's crowning achievement but my vote goes to Trancers and the creation of the loveable asshole Jack Deth. Band would even continue the adventures of Jack Deth with 5 sequels, 4 of which feature Tim Thomerson.Bonus Rant (Spoiler): The biggest plot hole that bugs the shit out of me is the aspect of Jack Deth occupying the body of his ancestor and at the end of the film he decides to stay in the body. First of all that's really shitty to basically "kill" his ancestor like that but wouldn't that also change the events of the future and in turn negate his own existence? Then again him going back in time and taking over his ancestor's body ensures his birth later... oh shit... I'm getting myself confused again by thinking about time travel issues. I haven't had this much trouble accepting time travel themes since The Terminator!

Alex N (jp) wrote: In the past few weeks, I've seen more spaghetti westerns than it is healthy to see in the course of a few weeks. Of all of the spaghetti westerns I saw, only one managed to match Sergio Leone's classic trio with Clint Eastwood as far as film-making technique goes, and that was Run Man Run. Never does the camera work become sloppy, like it inevitably does in a Corbucci movie. Never does the action slow things down too much, like in A Bullet for the General. Never did the plot suffer from the film's low budget, like in Django Kill. The whole movie was very well made, and the story was perfectly told. The actors were all good, and I found Milian's Cuchillo character to be a nice change of pace from all the suave, self-assured gunslingers that populate the average spaghetti western. The director, Sergio Sollima, is as technically competent as Sergio Leone, but he avoids the flashy editing tricks and the sudden close-ups that Leone uses. Sollima's style is more natural, but no less effective. The only thing keeping this movie below the likes of The Great Silence or the Leone classics is the ending. Instead of actually finishing the story, Sollima ended the movie with a classic duel, and a chase. The movie's ending doesn't match the brilliance of the endings of For a Few Dollars More or The Great Silence, but it is satisfying, even though it doesn't resolve the plot. If you have friends who have never seen a spaghetti western, the best place to start them would be a Clint Eastwood-Sergio Leone movie. But after that, Run Man Run would not be a bad follow-up. Sergio Sollima is a very good director, and I am looking forward to seeing his other spaghetti westerns as soon as they are released on DVD in this country.

Gregory W (es) wrote: Standard Castle schlock

Kellan W (kr) wrote: How much more not funny could this movie get? The answer is: none.

Yash B (ru) wrote: The movie has one of Denzel's coolest performances. It does feel somewhat predictable and it isn't the most original premise, but overall I enjoyed this movie. It has plenty of tension filled moments, that while receptive, keep the movie going at a family fast pace. I think the third act could've been executed better but ultimately, it delivers what it promises and the movie is very intense and entertaining.

Holli H (ca) wrote: I love this movie ?? ??.