I can sum up this movie with one word: Delightful. James Stewart is effortlessly charming, as usual, in this spirited and very funny movie. This is film is pure magic.
This is a horror movie, through and through. A nice throwback to the horror flicks of the ’70s. A real slow-burner. This movie builds to a tremendous payoff. Co-starring, the always marvelous and criminally under used, Tom Noonan. One of the best horrors in recent memory.
“It’s sad when the ant gets killed by the scorpion.”
One of the first mainstream movies to be deemed, torture porn. It’s well made movie, very creepy and very violent. Not for anyone with a weak stomach. It’s very graphic and not surprisingly, full of dark humour. It’s among the first of its kind, and it remains one of the best.
I recently saw this for the first since I was a kid. In my memory, it was one of the most violent and one of the scariest movies I had seen. I guess I’ve been fairly desensitized because that’s no longer the case. It’s still a good movie, it’s just not the one I remember.
I cried like a bitch a couple of times, one of Downey’s most underrated performances.
“Monsters at a hotel, really neat. Invisible Man is naked.”