A clueless, flamboyant college kid discovers that the soul of a great vampire king resides within him. Now he must choose between his friends and his destiny. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A clueless, flamboyant college kid discovers that the soul of a great vampire king resides within him. Now he must choose between his friends and his destiny.
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Felicity F (ru) wrote: Great documentary on Lyme disease. It revealed the ugly truth behind why the disease is still not widely known and how people who suffer from it fight to get the proper treatment.
Ken T (gb) wrote: Phew!!! Talk about blackploitation films...This was one of the cheesyest ones of them all"
Alan W (es) wrote: This is another great Mario Lanza movie
Dan M (ca) wrote: Quite possibly the lamest horror/end of the world type movie of all time. A Facebook like site causes everyone that uses it to get something that's like the rage infection from 28 Days Later(except it looks like they didn't even try hard with the makeup). It was a chore to sit through this.
Cigs J (fr) wrote: It is a chase story in the desert based on the book 'Deathwatch'. A ruthless rich trophy hunter (Michael Douglas) hires a young guide to help him hunt a Big Horn in the vast desert scrubland. He thinks he spots one on the ridge ahead and shoots. But he has shot a local prospector. What to do? He decides to set it up to look like the guide did it and then forces the guide to walk barefoot and shirtless in the desert while he watches on - the idea being to kill him without shooting. And so the chase begins. The guide knows the secret nooks and crannies of the desert and just about keeps ahead. The story is full of twists and turns, however I think there are one too many twists so by the end it is just unconvincing. The 'dream' sequences towards the end are just annoying because its just an unimaginative 'cheat' to fork the storyline then jump back a step.
Jeremy C (nl) wrote: I have seen this film a couple of times. It wasn't bad it was actually very fun and funny. GRADE:B+
Alejandro E (kr) wrote: Una estimulante historia de amistad a traves de los aos en cuatro ruedas. Estupendas actuaciones y adaptacion de epoca.
Stuart K (gb) wrote: Directed by Joe Massot, (Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains the Same (1976) and Space Riders (1988)), adapted from a story by Grard Brach (Repulsion (1965), Cul-de-sac (1966) and Tess (1979)). This is a very trippy drama which does benefit from some very out-there set design by Dutch design collective The Fool, (who also appear in the film), and most famously, the Indian themed score by George Harrison. Oscar Collins (Jack MacGowran) is an odd, eccentric professor who keeps to himself, and just gets on with his scientific research with his assistant Perkins (Richard Wattis), he is usually pestered by his landlady Mrs. Peurofoy (Irene Handl) because he's a bit of a recluse. However, when a pop photographer (Iain Quarrier) and his girlfriend/model Penny Lane (Jane Birkin), move into the flat next door. Oscar discovers he can see her through a hole in the wall separating his flat from their flat. As he looks through the hole in the wall, he looks in on their photo shoots, and he becomes more drawn and obsessed by Penny and has surreal fantasies. In the hands of anyone else, they could have been a dark thriller, but it isn't here. It's a trippy film, and while it looks dated, some of the psychedelic sequences are well done and the George Harrison score is sublime. It never got a wide release, and the film, along with the soundtrack, was unavailable for years. Shame really