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Cameron A (ca) wrote: People seem to hate this movie, I don't see why. This movie is hyper violent, hilarious, and has Jason Statham in it, those 3 are enough for me to go see it
Michelle A (gb) wrote: Horror with a slash of "you gotta laugh at the the rednecks messing with the aliens" mixed in. Good Stuff!
Paul G (it) wrote: what the hell is a DMX?
Lee M (mx) wrote: The theatrical directing debut of actor Morgan Freeman is a handsomely crafted, potently played drama that brings the issue of apartheid down to a visceral human dimension.
Tim S (br) wrote: I, unfortunately, hadn't seen of the sequels in this series, but I'm making amends for that now. Bloodstone: Subspecies II is definitely not a great follow-up to the original classic, but it does have some good stuff in it. Anders Hove is back in fine form, but he, unfortunately, doesn't have much to play against. The two lead actresses are pretty terrible, as are most of the people in the film. This time around, Radu's mother gets involved in the plot, who wasn't even mentioned or referred to in the previous film. The story itself is pretty sparse, and doesn't have a proper ending to it. The only really good sequences in the film include the opening where Radu's head reattaches itself to his body and the other sequence where the lead is found in her hotel room and mistaken for simply dead, whereupon she wakes up in a body bag and causes the van to crash. There are little interesting things in there like that, but overall, it could have been much better with just a bit more story than simply following the exploits of the weepy & whiney lead actress who becomes tiresome long before the film is over (not to mention the other lead with a blank expression on her face all the time).
Jon P (it) wrote: As much as I love animated and kids movies, this one is hardly entertaining.
Marco F (jp) wrote: Very clever. For fans of Orwell.
Jonathan P (au) wrote: Amicus (not Hammer like many imply) brings us this tale of 5 passengers and 1 strange tarot reader on a train. The notorious Christoper Lee is our guide through five stories involving each of the passengers. While the stories are rather boring the ending is unexpected and quite entertaining. Not of of the best horror anthologies out there but decent enough.