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The First time my friends and In watched He Kills Night After Night we had no idea what was going on. There is a bit of a mystery involved as to the true identity he who kills night after night. Every time we watched it after we knew exactly what was going on, and the movie just got better and better.
I have to admit that i love this movie. It has some of the best dialog, and one liners. When we watch it now, we just giggle at it. The best part about the whole thing is when the plot elements finally come together it goes so far over the top that your jaw just drops.
It tries to be a morality tale against the loose sexual climate of swinging seventies London. So give it credit for at least trying to have an ultimate point. That might just be an excuse to have a slasher movie, like any reaction will do to justify a good horror/mystery movie. The bad guys always feels justified in his motives, no matter how far out they may be.
So that being said, I would recommend this movie to anyone. not everyone might understand it at first, but if you watch it a few times, it gets better and better.
Amazing, although one sided, look behind the curtain.
I was absolutely amazed when I caught this documentary on cable. Up until his point the behind the scenes of pro wrestling were just that, behind the scenes. The wrestling business is famously protected, any peek we get into it's inner workings is absolutely Amazing. As a life long wrestling fan, I consider this documentary be a one of a kind, an other wrestling fans who see this would have to agree. Also a look at the white hot Sunny, in all her splendor. Now having put this over from a wrestling standard. Let us examine the now infamous events of Montreal,when Bret screwed Bret. The events are caught by the camera following Bret around for his last year in the WWF. Bret Hart tries his best to be the hero here, and I believe he is, but can't help but feel that Bret is a master of hi craft, Vinny Mac is a master of his craft, if these two, and a few others wanted to, they could fool he world. I will withhold my own personal opinion as to if the events as they are portrayed here transpired as this documentary says, or not. Was it all a work? Did Bret really screw Bret? "Hitman Hart:Wrestling with Shadows" is but a mere piece of the puzzle. Conspiracy wrestling hounds like myself love this sort of thing, but the non-wrestling fan might also enjoy it for the sheer human drama, I give it a 9 out of 10. I took away a point because I don't know if I can really trust Bret, the master worker, and I am also a huge Shawn Michaels mark, HBK 4 life.
This is a good movie.
This is not a bad movie. It follows the new conventions of modern horror, that is the movie within a movie, the well known actress running for her life in the first scene. This movie takes the old convention of a psycho killer on he loose, and manage to do something new, and interesting with it. It is also always nice to see Molly Ringwald back for the attack.
So this might be an example of what the genre has become. Cut hits all the marks, and is actually scary in some parts. I liked it I gave it an eight.
motorcycle gang play with strange forces
The first thing I noticed about this movie was its direction. I think those who see this movie as awful or cheesy, I think, miss the real point. The social commentary and the heart this movie is about teen suicide, don't do it. this movie is from the seventies of course, and they just don't make movies like this anymore, but the story is strong, and at times down right freaky. I admit to watching this as sort of a joke at first, after all what do you expect from a movie called Psychomania, but the tittle is misleading. I would highly recommend this movie to all horror buffs, creatures of the night, and that sort of thing. I would give this movie six stars out of ten, that is to say it is a small notch ahead of the pack of the usual b-flick. I liked this movie because it disturbed me. The end is especially freaked out.
Le notti del terrore (1981)
Zombie parties are the best parties
I saw this Movie at the drive inn, when I was a kid. At the time I sat, awestruck, with my sisters, and wondered what it would really be like if the dead rose, and stalked the streets in search of a human treat, brains, maybe. It was not really scary, in the traditional sense, but it sure was creepy. Years later I found a copy at my local neighborhood video store, after seeing for the first time in 15 years, I can honestly say... It's not bad. It does not try to pretend to be anything it's not, it's just a straight up Zombie movie. The dead rise, chase the living, you know the rest. I would suggest this movie,Burial Ground, as I lovingly know it, above other Zombie flicks because there is some weird air in this movie, and you just have to watch it yourself to find out what it is.