A zombie outbreak begins at a club, leaving locals to fight for survival while a brutal serial killer ads to the body count. Only 2 people know the truth & the infection is just beginning. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A zombie outbreak begins at a club, leaving locals to fight for survival while a brutal serial killer ads to the body count. Only 2 people know the truth & the infection is just beginning.
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Tom B (ca) wrote: A quintessential short: a riff on a well-known scene with a twist or two or more. This animated short starts out with the scene from "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" in which the little boy is called to the spaceship. But here the spaceship is a driver's test for a teen alien with a Jabba the Hutt-like figure as the evaluator. The ensuing chaos lasts through the credits.
Jonathan H (ca) wrote: It actually tries hard to be serious and have a plot (and fails) instead of being the fun ridiculous exploitation movie the plot would lead you to believe it is. Disappointing for sure. I expected better from the director of Battle Royale.
Raji K (ca) wrote: Brad Pitt stars as Sinbad in Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas. He is on a quest to steal the book of peace, but in the process he nearly loses his life. The goddess of discord Eris (Michelle Pfeifer) makes him a deal that she would spare him if she steals the book and brings it to her. Little does he know that he is being tricked and as a result his best friend Proteus (Joseph Fiennes) risks his life so that Sinbad can retrieve it from Eris who steals it. Sinbad and Proteus' friend Marina (Catherine Zeta-Jones) embark on a journey that features nothing less than Sirens, Monsters, Blizzards and the torrent sea. Sinbad is a classic style animated movie that is quite underrated. The mischievous goddess Eris was a delight and excellently voiced. She is one of my favorite villains among animated films and made the film so intriguing on her own.
Ev C (br) wrote: This was an AWESOME movie!! My friends and I loved it!!
Jenny (au) wrote: Well I can't remember this movie but I do like Michael Keaton... so I'll put it on the want to see list
Rameshwar I (mx) wrote: Probably the worst of the franchise. Harry still fails miserably to adjust himself as a cop in a civilized society and the rants with his superiors makes him look even non-contemporary. Good thing is the premise moves into a small town and the change of scenery adds some freshness. The monotonous introduction, repeated formula tricks makes you appreciate the first two movies even more and to see the charming, stylish, young and dynamic cop turn into a grumpy old man with no vertical progress in his career. Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood) attracts a lot of heat on him by confronting a mob boss resulting in repeated personal attacks and increasing body count. When his bosses run out of patience, they assign him an investigative task in a small town San Paolo connected to a homicide. Jennifer Spencer (Sandra Locke), a rape victim is exacting revenge on her aggressors systematically with a similar modus operandi. His introduction to Jennifer and move to San Paolo gets him attached to the case professionally and personally. Clint Eastwood the director we have come to admire and respect is nowhere seen in this early venture with a boring screenplay and formulaic setup. Clint Eastwood looks older and less agile making the action and chase sequences look unrealistic. Though there are a couple of good plot twists and thrilling sequences, the runtime and leisure pacing does not help the cause. Sandra Locke's performance was robotic and does not induce any emotional connect even with the horrific ordeal she has been through. The main antagonist's histrionics like in other episodes tries to be too psychotic making you cringe. 'Harry, you are a dinosaur' was the most relevant dialogue in the entire movie.
Jessica W (us) wrote: short but makes one wanting for more Blood
Baron V (de) wrote: It holds your attention but purely for the factor of 'What is this crap?'. It is a throw back to over the top horror but it fails due to it being typically British which means it is just a case of 'seen it'.
Tim G (ag) wrote: Some interesting ideas and well-composed but not a great reflection on a movie like this when you read the "interpretation" websites and think, "wait..... that's it?"
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