This was my first viewing and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Though it’s not scary by today’s standards, it’s easy to see why it is a classic and why it would have been deemed terrifying back then. Some of the visuals and dialog would have been quite daring for the time. Karloff is utterly captivating.
This movie has a little bit of blood. Ok, there’s a lot of blood. Fine, there’s an excessive amount blood which makes it awesome. Underrated, under appreciated and under seen horror film based on a Clive Barker short story with the same name. Vinnie Jones chews up the screen as the killer and Bradley Cooper …
Rory Calhoun and Beulah Balbricker play siblings and together they run a backwoods motel with a pig farm attached to it. And things are not what they seem. This movie is so fun. Not as much gore as you’d expect from the subject matter, but what it lacks in violence it’s balanced out with very …
A tremendous performance by McConaughey supported by a stellar ensemble highlighted by newcomer Tye Sheridan. A dramatic slow-burner that is continually intriguing and full of surprises. Easily one of McConaughey’s best.
Easily, one of the best pure action movies I’ve seen in a long time and one of the best movies of 2015. The practical stunt work and choreography is stellar and their blend with the CGI is seamless. Highly enjoyable, multiple rewatches to come.
“I like that she can move things with her mind.”
I loved this movie as a kid. The violence holds up, but the dialogue is horrendous. This film has not aged well. However, the soundtrack is timeless.
“Made me feel happy. Bob has brown and green eyes.”
Small movie, big performance. Sam Rockwell’s best.
Competent director, great cast, one of the best theatre going experiences I’ve ever had, terrible f*cking movie.