Slumber Party Massacre III (1990) 🤚
A killer with a power drill hunts a group of friends during a slumber party. This entry attempts to create a who done it scenario with some red herrings, but leaves unresolved plot holes in the process. Not a bad slasher, but probably my least favorite of the three Slumber Party movies.
Here’s part of a massive donation from Fox that we received last year to help support the US Navy and build movie libraries for their ships and service members. To date, the project I work on has donated 30,000 discs to over 100 ships. I’m really proud to be a part of this!
1 month ago
Local thrift/charity shop pickups $3:27 total #bigbangtheory
2 hours ago
New pickup! Been really wanting to see this since I missed it in theaters 😬 Any fans!? Watching it today and will post a review on my story 🤘🏼
True History of the Kelly Gang 2019 - Cinematography & Movie Stills
An exploration of Australian bushranger Ned Kelly and his gang as they attempt to evade authorities during the 1870s
Directed by Justin Kurzel, starring George MacKay, Russell Crowe ,Essie Davis and Charlie Hunnam
Quick Review : Rating 7.5/10
Ned saw his first prison cell at 15 and by the age of 26 had become the most wanted man in the wild colony of Victoria, taking over whole towns and defying the law. After all the injustice Ned suffered as a child, he ended up being the coldest bloodiest murderer ever on record. Warning this movie does contain some graphic imagery throughout and it even tops brutality of The Nightingale 2019. First two acts is about Ned as a teen as we slowly but surely see the making of a monster. Watching his mom doing her business with men (if you catch my drift), to Ned accidentally putting his father behind bars for something he did and Ned's mom selling him to a bushranger to shooting a soldier. The final two acts is about Ned returning home and starting his own gang to kill as many Englishmen as possible to get his mom out of jail. It's an interesting film, with that real cinematic feel to it, amazing acting all-round and as bloody violent and graphic as you will ever see.
What a super cool movie that takes a simple idea and makes it interesting. Rather than be a typical zombie flick, the cause for infection are these slugs from outerspace. To take it a step further, we see a rogue alien ejecting the slugs from a spaceship. In the grand scheme of things, this scene is irrelevant, but it fleshes out this weird world. You could actually remove the whole beginning and it would work, but it's a great opening and sets it all up wonderfully. Night of the Creeps boasts some larger than life characters, like the snobbish Brad (who I now believe Chad from the Friday the 13th game was based on) and, of course, Tom Atkins tossing out the classic, "Thrill me" line. His character is also given a very interesting backstory that's actually connected to the slugs arriving on Earth years before. It also sets him up for being the gruff detective that he is. The leads are also likable and I really liked JC, who is crippled in the film, but it doesn't stop him from being the comic relief. The special effects, I think, are also impressive and showcases more than a handful of heads splitting open and slugs bursting out. There's also a number of puppeteering that looks fantastic. It's quotable, it's gory, it's so much fun, Night of the Creeps us a cult classic from a man who got thrown under the bus. The movie has a whole lot of heart and characters you like. I was bummed at the gate of certain characters and I liked spending time with them. It's one of the better zombie movies out there, throwing a little variety into the genre. #nowwatching#nowplaying#nightofthecreeps#tomatkins#freddekker#jasonlively#stevemarshall#jillwhitlow#tristarpictures#screamfactory#horror#horrorcollection#horrorcollector#horrormovie#bluray#bluraycollection#bluraycollector#movie#moviecollection#moviecollector#moviereview#filmreview#cinephile#1986#goonreviewsnightofthecreeps
Filme 2 de hoje: Z, de Costa-Gravas, com Yves Montand, Irene Papas e Jean-Louis Trintignant. Se algumas coisas já não estão claras o suficiente pelos tempos hodiernos, todos podemos aproveitar as contribuições de Z. Enquanto filme, é político e parcialmente documental, em um sentido que, não contando o thriller que impõe em sua Edição e Trilha sonora, é desprovido de estilo. Apresenta seu argumento como duro, revelando-o como uma espécie de reportagem investigativa. O final é a sua melhor parte, onde se mostra mais combativo, direto. Gosto quando a política aparece nas películas, em especial se com o tom efervescente que presente na sua sequência de fechamento. Não que o resto não exponha as contradições do regime grego da época, das suas instituições e do Estado manipulador. O longa faz tudo isso, mas muito mais numa vertente de programa jornalístico. A despeito dessa minha divergência sobre a apresentação, trata-se de um produto essencial do cinema porque verdadeiramente um pedaço da história, um instituto não ficcional. Z parece ter todas as respostas para o nosso período, para o seu período, e para o do futuro. Cotação: 60
🎥 #MovieReview: on Monday night I checked out #Orca!
Format: #Bluray 💿
Synopsis: A hunter squares off against a killer whale seeking vengeance for the death of its mate.
I've seen Orca quite a few times now. It's certainly a unique film - almost two films. On one hand, it wants to offer a similar experience to Jaws. And who wouldn't? It was a box office juggernaut. On the other, it's willing to dig deep on bigger questions around ethics and sentient life. It's an odd mix that both makes the film compelling and yet also slightly under sells each aspect.
Rampling's performance is my favourite of the film, and her character is the conscience of the film. Harris may have top billing, and he does a fine job, but Rampling positively commands the screen even when he's around.
#EnnioMorricone's score is also unique too. It clearly favours the exploration of the more meaningful themes. Occasionally it feels a little too grand for the flashier, Jaws-esque moments though.
Ultimately, it's a deeper exploration of some fascinating ethical questions. Expect that, and not a Jaws copy and you'll get a lot out of it.
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The transfer is solid. Clearly based on an older master, it offers moderate detail and is fairly stable. Levels are good too. White specks show up, and opticals/stock footage naturally looks weaker.
Age and budget have to be a consideration when reviewing this track. Levels are decent, and overall separation is fine. Dialogue is problematic, with distortion and sibilance featuring throughout. Rampling's dialogue fares the worst, with her lecture scene the biggest offender. It's on both the 2.0 and 5.1 tracks and is source related, not an issue with the disc.
Cast: #RichardHarris, #CharlotteRampling, #BoDerek, #WillSampson, #RobertCarradine
Studio: #UmbrellaEntertainment @umbrellaentertainment
Genre: #adventure, #drama, #horror
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58th of 2020
I got around to organizing my movie/TV collection. It's a bit much and I already need more shelves lol. Now to just keep it updated and not let a stack of new movies pile up on my desk.
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If you aren't familiar with writer / director Patrick Robert Young, now's the time to get to know him... since his new film GREENLIGHT is available to rent and stream!
Now more than ever, I think it's super important to dig into the works of specific writers, since screenwriting doesnt get the acclaim it deserves. Writing a movie is HARD work, especially when your intentionally writing for a low budget project... or even a Lifetime original movie. Patrick's work is versatile, fun, and very tongue-in-cheek. His splatter film Bastard -which he codirected with Powell Robinson- is a fierce gutpunch of genre mashing. Its an exploitation slasher film, a disturbing cannibal drama, laced with incest and abuse... it's also hilarious in the right spots. A scene where the killer gets beaten with a massive dildo is a very special high light. Bastard is dark, uncompromising, and horrendously gritty... and it's so unique it hurts. It really bums me out that it never got the reception or attention I feel it warranted. We really don't see many films like it.
Pretty Little Stalker may serve as tamer fare, but that doesn't make it any less fun. Directed by Sam Irvin, I was told a lot of Patrick's script had to be slimmed down to make it TV friendly, and yet it's still one of the wildest made-for-TV thrillers I've ever seen. Brazenly campy, with some sporadic twists and turns, and some doses of exploitation... Pretty Little Stalker is just a good bit of fun!
He also helmed another Lifetime film called My Teacher, My Obsession which... I mean... I may get a Netflix account one of these days just to watch because I've heard its extremely batshit.
He has many other projects in the works, including a secretive product with his co-director from Bastard! But what's really important is that we all make moves to see GREENLIGHT as soon as possible.
You can also follow him here on instagram @prydful !