Zombeavers

Zombeavers

College friends find their weekend of sex and debauchery ruined when deadly zombie beavers swarm their riverside cabin.

ZOMBEAVERS is an action-packed horror/comedy in which a group of college kids staying at a riverside cabin are menaced by a swarm of deadly zombie beavers. A weekend of sex and debauchery ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Donna Marie J (es) wrote: The whole family loved The Hundred-Foot Journey. We love foodie movies and good stories about relationships and family. This one had all of that plus a great storyline. Well done!

Aaron G (mx) wrote: Super-meta. Super enjoyable.

Najim N (us) wrote: Itz Not a great one!!!! its simple and cute one :) i loved it :)

Harry G (ca) wrote: Self congratulatory Catholic propaganda with a flagrant disregard for historical accuracy, balance, nuance, or decent writing. This is a shame as The Spanish Civil War is a setting rich with stories, but there has yet to be a similarly rich story about it (Pan's Labyrinth is more half-set just after it, and Land and Freedom is Ken Loach's typical 'Loach trumps history' affair). One would imagine that a film set during the most politicised war of the 20th century would manage to mention politics at some point, or even some of the main players, but There Be Dragons is content to drift along on a combination of tedious Christian 'forgiveness' and endless 'stirring' strings (both delivered with the subtlety of the Condor Legion over Guernica). Like so many other historical would-be epics, it's an opportunity missed, with a large enough budget and half decent cast wasted on a questionable character, a ridiculous premise and an appalling script. To be honest, I knew it wasn't going to be good, but I'm still furious it was THIS bad.

Dave C (ca) wrote: Absolutely one of the worst movies I have ever seen - and it has Bruce Willis and is set in Vegas!

Jason S (gb) wrote: Schwimmer and Garofalo. Their own mothers wouldn't watch this shit.

aj d (mx) wrote: watch and see...then give a comments

Russell H (ag) wrote: A solid comedy that will keep you entertained

Daisy M (fr) wrote: Burnt by Sun was a movie that left me wondering why it was honored the Academy Award winner for best foreign film in that year. Maybe It was worthy for the cinematography but the story itself was so boring that I found it nearly impossible to finish watching. It was more 2 hours long and almost nothing happened and the characters were so stupid to me. It was a story about the life a man under the regime of Stalin. Even describing it was boring!

Eric R (ca) wrote: Excellent film. I have actually decided it is SUPERIOR too Spirit of the Beehive, which is another excellent film. The wide shots of the industrial landscape were gorgeous. Just a beautifully shot story about two children trying to find their father. Angelopoulos loves symbolism and he uses it too perfection.

Kenneth B (us) wrote: Quite an inventive horror film inspired by the work of The Bard. Vincent Price is in his element whilst the devilish murder scenes make for an enjoyable romp.

Robby R (ca) wrote: Kinda seems too derivative, but there are some interesting things going on, showing the strange world that is Hollywood and the obsessive nature of filmmakers.

irene c (fr) wrote: excellent movie. based slightly on the spanish movie, "tied me up, tie me down". farrah fawcett does an incredible act. it is a thriller, and it will keep you in suspense for most of it, wondering what will she do next and what would you do if you were in her shoes.

Grant S (ag) wrote: The fact that this is the fourth in the series gives it away. What new ideas can you generate in a third sequel? As you will see, absolutely none.

Nicki M (mx) wrote: Looked promising, but ultimately underwhelming. Also, Kristen Stewart is in this for about ten minutes, if that, so don't let that be a deciding factor in watching this! The first few minutes seemed interesting and it had it's moments, including a small appearance by Shiri Appleby, but I just found it did not hold my attention particularly well.

Steve B (fr) wrote: Mon favori de Truffaut avec La Sirne du Mississipi. Celui-ci parle de la mort avec une relle lucidit et d'un amour tragique.