Before Joe D'amato made 1979's Buio Omega he touched upon death several times in his earlier works. This one is the first example of the director's start working with George Eastman, who wrote the screenplay for this title. The story is about innocent boy, who is afraid of sex, so all his family starts to push on him and sent women to persuade him. The things come here to the idea of well-acted sudden death and mature perverse. Quite special film to show, but still it is a black grotesque comedy with classic Massachessi's eclectic sexual view on Italian humor. Rare to find obscure title, but we recommend it for those who like to solve the most crazy situations and fantasies in their mind.
Marc G (nl) wrote: Meh, a little slow and not nearly as progressive as I'm guessing it wants to be.
Tom M (jp) wrote: Really enjoyable look back at the birth of the Beatles and the lives of those around them in the early days of the band
Wildaly M (nl) wrote: I feel that the film is definitely worth watching although some of the scenes and the ending seem to be end at the wrong moment; when you really want to find out what a characters says next or what he/she does. I suppose these could be only minor flaws in an otherwise fantastic film, but these details did make it anticlimactic for me. Perhaps this brings a welcomed ambiguity that is lacking so often in many films. Despite this, I cannot deny the emotional charge with which the leads bring to their performance. I keeps you captivated.
Marvin B (us) wrote: "What Richard Did" is not shown clearly here. Hence, it lacks the impact of showing the guilt.
Campbell P (us) wrote: I didnt care for it when I saw it. D
James L (br) wrote: Streets of Blood is foolish and irresponsible in its portrayal of new Orleans police. The cinemotography is unique but unfortunately overall, "Streets of Blood" is too cliche and stereotypical to earn anymore than 2 stars.
Andrs C (kr) wrote: que adelantar la muerte es tentador a veces, que el mar llama a ahogarnos y que la boca traga pastillas como un abismo... pero tambien que las lagrimas nublan la mirada y no dejan ver ciertas cosas, que el grito no deja escuchar nuestra propia voz y que el dolor puede desbordarse y robar libertades... por eso que la vida me tiente, me llame, me trague, me mire, me escuche, me desborde y me robe...
Aurelius D (br) wrote: What the hell. How on gods green earth is this film at an average of 3 stars. I mean I know Troma = shit quality films but even for those standards this is complete rubbish. I mean you got some retard that can't keep his pants up and ruins peoples lives. Black magic makes him come back after he's accidentally dies. Nobody should be made to watch this movie. Pretty sure the Geneva convention is suppose to protect people from shit like this.
Jason T (nl) wrote: 25 years later I have finally got around to see this film. One false move is a great little thriller excellent performances, a great story, and great dialogue. It's a great crime thriller. It's a bit slow burn in places but overall it's a movie I should've seen the way before this.
Tim M (gb) wrote: The Japanese water crossing to hell, Sanzu, has three parts, as does this film. There's also three basket brothers that form the final obstacles to Ogami's prey. Fans of Samurai Jack will recognize the spectacular finale as the inspiration for Jack's encounter with the "Ultra-robots" in episode 18. "Considered by some to be one of the best of the series."
Andres A (kr) wrote: interesting, very interesting.
Michael A (ag) wrote: The more I see Chloe Grace Mortez, the more I literally want to smack her in her stupid bland annoying bitch face.
Jonalyn B (jp) wrote: I LOL'ed. But the episodes that spawned from this movie are a lot better.