Wyrmwood: Road Of The Dead

Wyrmwood: Road Of The Dead

Barry is a talented mechanic and family man whose life is torn apart on the eve of a zombie apocalypse. His sister, Brooke, is kidnapped by a sinister team of gas-mask wearing soldiers & experimented on by a psychotic doctor. While Brooke plans her escape Barry goes out on the road to find her & teams up with Benny, a fellow survivor - together they must arm themselves and prepare to battle their way through hordes of flesh-eating monsters in a harsh Australian bushland.

Barry is a talented mechanic and family man whose life is torn apart on the eve of a zombie apocalypse. His sister, Brooke, is kidnapped by a sinister team of gas-mask wearing soldiers & experimented on by a psychotic doctor. While Brooke plans her escape Barry goes out on the road to find her & teams up with Benny, a fellow survivor - together they must arm themselves and prepare to battle their way through hordes of flesh-eating monsters in a harsh Australian bushland. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Cameron J (es) wrote: Terrible. Disgraceful. Horrible.

Bence L (kr) wrote: While some of the fight scenes are fairly awesome, the whole story is a goddamn mess derailing more and more with every passing minute. And Carradine's appearance is really disturbing.

Josh B (au) wrote: Where Catfish fell into themes of giving up aspects of your life, Easier With Practice boasts a fine cast and an impelling story about sexual attraction and romantic isolation.

Brandon W (nl) wrote: The Skin I live In is a screwed up masterpiece that I never thought would be THIS good. The acting is great from Antonio Banderas and Elena Anaya. The writing and direction from Pedro Almodovar is terrific and really knows how to make the movie messed up without being squeamish. The plot is really good and does lead to some twist that no one could've predicted. The characters are very memorable, and the soundtrack sounded really catchy. It's really investing, and it's never boring. The director said that The Skin I live In is a horror story without screams or frights, and that's actually right. It's a freaky movie that you can never take your eyes off the movie.

Jonathan C (us) wrote: From one of the creators of Homestar Runner (and produced by the Brothers Chapman and Marzipan) this is a hilarious, biting, disturbing, and ultimately sad film, but highly entertaining. The actors are uniformly great, and the story isn't exactly surprising, but it does shock a little. Exists somewhere inbetween the worlds of Office Space, You and Me and Everyone We Know, and Old Joy. Even though I was disappointed with the protagonist ultimately, I found the film engaging and beautiful. Highly recommended.

Thee Judesterr L (es) wrote: No i didn't wanna watch this.

Trenton R (ag) wrote: Not a great film, but a decent one.

Mary R (de) wrote: Funny look at the progression of the marijuana laws

Ashley H (ag) wrote: It was about little girl who was injured in car accident that claimed her father's life. She and her mother move into a trailer park and next door is a stable. She falls in love with a horse named Ginger who has gone through some rough times. Two of them form a bond and begin Barrel Racing. This was a nice story with good acting. I recommend it to anyone, but especially people who love animals and horses.

Paul D (ru) wrote: Has an excellent flow to it with humorous observations of trying to 'make-it' in Los Angeles.

Sam M (jp) wrote: Tim should go back to making quality films like Ed Wood. Maybe needlessly filmed in black and white, but it works and you forget you're watching a film absent of color. Is there any role Depp doesn't do well?

James O (nl) wrote: An archetypal epic with grand sweeping ambition. Some lovely scenery, decent acting and a big plot played out across a generation. Lots to enjoy here but it doesn't quite tie everything together and you never feel particularly sympathetic to any of the characters.

Leonard D (au) wrote: Watched this as a kid, but don't know if I'll bother with it now!

Jake A (br) wrote: This fantastic thriller adventure movie has captivating and moving performances from the leads, awesome cinematography, what action there is is good, love the score and final piece of music, has a decent enough script and plays on certain issues. It also has one of the best endings in movie history.

Jon A (mx) wrote: A bit slow at times, but good performances from Hurt and Julie keep you interested. A pretty unique movie.

Ed T (it) wrote: Well acted, but very depressing.

Manesh S (ru) wrote: Sweet romantic love story about infatuation. Richly acted and subtly executed. I enjoyed watching this one. Good Watch.

Takee A (au) wrote: A hilarious & enjoyable classic, with a really nice, original concept. I just wish I'd seen this film earlier! I was really looking forward to watching this movie after I saw the 2016 remake of this. I must say...both of them were undeniably fantastic!

Jeremy P (it) wrote: As a movie, it's very average, but I really like the setting.

David T (ca) wrote: On first viewing I had no idea what this film was about. It surpassed 'Eraserhead' as the most aggressively strange narrative film i had ever seen. But It fascinated me so I went to see it again, and then I got the DVD. So I've seen it maybe 10 times now. And by the third or fourth viewing it all started to make sense. It really is about something. It is just human nature to revolt against oppressive conditions, but subordination takes its toll as the inevitable revolt is often unguided, chaotic, and unproductive. But that's the nature of human freedom.One way to think about this movie is to compare it to another moving picture work about small people in a socially subordinate position who are totally unruly, torture animals, light things on fire, laugh oddly and repeatedly, and alternate between states of excitement and utter boredom. Yup "Auck Zwerge..." is the art film granddady, and "Beavis and Butthead" is it's pop culture grandson. Same themes really. Hombre is one of the great characters in the history of cinema, IMHO. Helmut Doring is genius. Heh heh, heh heh heh. (Cough, cough) Heh heh heh heh heh...