Darrin is traumatized by a horrific event he witnessed as a child. Now 25, he and his brother Sean travel to Italy to visit an old friend, but the trip turns into a nightmare when a walk in the woods forces him to confront his childhood demons.
- Stars:Tyrone Benton III, Luisa Bertolatti, Anthony Binford, Pierpaolo Brunoldi, George Abbot Clark, Amanda Fagiani, Adrian Flowers, Daniele Galli, Trae Ireland, Giovanni Ledda, Elena Manzini, Massimo Muntoni, Jagger Osseck, Antonio Rindone, Riccardo Rivia,
- Director:Federico Rivia,
- Writer:Federico Rivia
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(gb) wrote: hard to understand, but good movie.
(it) wrote: One of my all-time favorite movies
(ru) wrote: If usual bad horror scenes weren't cheesy enough, add some '50's quotes and sayings. lol Vampires in sunlight is a bit different, not many version that I like. So bad it's great. I love the 'bank" robbery scene. So my love for greasers, Elvis, and vampires mixed into one movie, nice.
(ca) wrote: oh was good being kidnapped by Ode Fehr not as bad as it sounds lol
(ru) wrote: unparallelno1 can create a better masterpiece
(de) wrote: As a sequel to The Magnificent Seven, it's disappointing. Yul Brynner and the score however, helped me get through it without thinking of the first one or The Seventh Samurai.
(au) wrote: One of my more pleasant movie experiences. A younger Cage too. Funny romp through Elvis studded Vegas look alikes, Cage's reluctant engagement to his girlfriend is believable, but rather than get married right away at home, Cage offers to go to Vegas and get married asap. Once in Vegas, he gets ensnarled in a poker game by James Caan, the legendary actor of years past. Caan sees Cage's fiance in the hotel lobby and can't believe how much she looks like someone he knew. Caan, through card manipulation, gets Cage to loose 80k and since he can't possibly come up with that, Caan offers to forgive the debt if Cage lets him be with his fiance one weekend. Believable up to this point, but not further, Caan seems to have as much or actually far more screen time than Cage. While not hysterical, this film qualifies for humourous. I recommend it, but Caan isn't the person we remember of days past. Although good, he has gotten older and his voice is not quite the same as it was. This was a little distrubing to me, but he pulls off the role in great fashion. Again, one of my more pleasant movie experiences.
(ag) wrote: Nice! It had some really heartfelt moments for a sad story trapped in a horror movie made to pay homage/poke fun at slasher films! I laughed out loud more than a couple times!