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Goosebumps

Goosebumps

 

A young kid teams up with the niece of young adult horror author R.L. Stine after the writer's imaginary demons are set free on the town of Greendale, Maryland.

Director:

Rob Letterman

Writers:

Darren Lemke (screenplay), Scott Alexander (story), 2 more credits »

Stars:

Halston Sage, Jack Black, Odeya Rush |



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A young kid teams up with the niece of young adult horror author R.L. Stine after the writer's imaginary demons are set free on the town of Greendale,

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This film is based on a young adult horror anthology book series of the same name. See more »


Goofs

The tooth fillings that a character wears are not actually made of silver. Silver tooth fillings are only called that due to the silver appearance, and are actually made of Amalgam. As a result, he should not have been able to stop The Werewolf. See more »

Quotes

[from trailer]
Zach Cooper: Alright, everyone, find anything you can to barricade the doors.
Hannah: We cannot let the monsters inside.

Insidious: Chapter 3

 Insidious: Chapter 3

A prequel set before the haunting of the Lambert family that reveals how gifted psychic Elise Rainier reluctantly agrees to use her ability to contact the dead in order to help a teenage girl who has been targeted by a dangerous supernatural entity.

Director:

Leigh Whannell

Writers:

Leigh Whannell, Leigh Whannell (characters)

Stars:

Dermot Mulroney, Stefanie Scott, Angus Sampson | See full cast and crew » 

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After trying to connect with her dead mother, teenager Quinn Brenner, ask physic Elise Rainier to help her, she refuses due to negotiate events in her childhood. Quinn starts noticing paranormal events happen in her house. After a vicious attack from a demon her father goes back and begs Elise Rainier to use her abilities to contact the other side in hope to stop these attacks by this furious demon content for a body.



 

 Insidious: Chapter 3 movie Reviews

Though not better than its' predecessor, "Insidious: Chapter 3" earns its' own right as a standalone movie with some emotional undercurrents.
4 June 2015 | by (Jakarta, Indonesia) – See all my reviews
The "Insidious" franchise has gone through some lengths to rejuvenate old-fashioned spook. The first movie was a surprise hit, giving the audience back their interests in horror movies to come. The second one worked sporadically with critics but still kept audiences wanting for more. And now, here comes another sequel (I meant prequel). Will it pay off? Maybe.

Quinn Renner (Scott) is a young woman seeking a clairvoyant to contact her deceased mother. She calls up to Elise Rainer (Shaye), who informs her that she may have been contacted with an evil spirit who will take her soul. Slowly, Quinn starts to have scary occurrences. And it's up to Elise if she can help her or not.

From the first scene, I can sense something different this movie will be heading. Even though there's jump scares aplenty, most of them doesn't pack a punch like its' previous movies. But, Whannell has a way to orchestrate frightening and rich atmosphere, that almost cover all the flaws.

Back to that something different, it is the emotional undercurrent that stood out, talking about grief and coping from it, while limited. It is something the first two didn't really tell.

The actors and actresses has done a great job. But, the real thing is Lin Shaye. She is a revelation. Her range as an actress can be seen solely from this movie. She makes you root for her, care for her, even laugh with her. When the movie starts to fumble, she holds it from falling apart, avoiding clichés and conventionality. A plus one for that than just being a good film.

If you're looking for the same intensity from the first two, you'll most likely will be disappointed. But, if you're looking for not just the scares, you'll get something more than most horror movies.

 

 








Goodnight Mommy

Goodnight Mommy

 

In the heat of the summer, a lonesome house in the countryside between woods and corn fields, lives nine-year-old twin brothers who are waiting for their mother. When she comes home, ... See full summary »

Directors:

Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz

Writers:

Veronika Franz (screenplay), Severin Fiala


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In the heat of the summer, a lonesome house in the countryside between woods and corn fields, lives nine-year-old twin brothers who are waiting for their mother. When she comes home, bandaged after cosmetic surgery, nothing is like before. The children start to doubt that this woman is actually their mother. It emerges an existential struggle for identity and fundamental trust. Written by Ulrich Seidl Film


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Disturbing, beautiful and overall well made.
23 August 2015 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews
One of the most disturbing films in recent year. I can strongly relate to this movie as I happen to be a twin. Me and my twin brother used to do everything together as kids and "Goodnight Mommy" reminded me of when we tried to solve "mysteries" together. Don't worry, we had no mommy issues whatsoever.

This movie is both beautiful and very intense. I knew I had to watch it after the chilling trailer went viral. I strongly recommend you to watch it, even if you're not planning on seeing the full feature.

The sad part is that "Goodnight Mommy" doesn't hold up throughout. Don't get me wrong, I was on the edge of my seat the whole time but it sadly becomes worse towards the ending. Still, it isn't all Sunshine (2007). It's great to watch horror films that are actually good, and I'm happy to say that "Goodnight Mommy" has joined the top 10 list of best movies in that category from the 21st century.

 

Lost After Dark

Lost After Dark


















In this clever homage to 80's slasher films, a group of teenagers looking to party get stranded when their ride breaks down, and end up being stalked by a cannibalistic killer.

Director:

Ian Kessner

Writers:

Ian Kessner, Bo Ransdell

Stars:

Sarah Fisher, Mark Wiebe, Jesse Camacho |


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In this clever homage to 80's slasher films, a group of teenagers looking to party get stranded when their ride breaks down, and end up being stalked by a cannibalistic killer.

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Loved it!
22 August 2015 | by (Vancouver, Canada) – See all my reviews
What a blast, fun throwback to the 80s that didn't take itself too seriously! Sequel! Sequel! Loved the names of the characters that referenced classic horror directors. Loved the twists and turns and the "missing reel", even if its been used before. I'm a fan of Justin Kelly's from degrassi so it was nice to see him in this! I do wish Sarah Fisher had a more substantial role though. I also love Eve Harlow from The 100 and it was cool to see her in this. I don't know, I just had fun watching it. I took off 2 stars cause I didn't love the dad or the killer, but other than that I thought it was fun and I'd recommend it to friends!


Battle in Heaven.




















A working-class man named Marcos and his wife kidnap a baby for ransom money, but it goes tragically wrong when the infant dies. In another world is Ana, the daughter of the general for whom he drives, who does sexual acts to any man for pleasure. Marcos confesses his guilt to her in his troubled search for relief, and then finds himself on his knees amid the multitude of believers moving slowly toward the Basilica in honor of the Lady of Guadalupe.


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A working-class man named Marcos and his wife kidnap a baby for ransom money, but it goes tragically wrong when the infant dies. In another world is Ana, the daughter of the general for whom he drives, who does sexual acts to any man for pleasure. Marcos confesses his guilt to her in his troubled search for relief, and then finds himself on his knees amid the multitude of believers moving slowly toward the Basilica in honor of the Lady of Guadalupe.


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Battle to stay awake
25 May 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews
As the director probably hoped, the opening and closing blow job scenes gained this film a great deal of notoriety and attention that far exceeded the publicity such a turgid, self-consciously 'arty' film would normally receive. This unrelentingly ugly and frequently agonisingly boring film is about a couple of days in the life of a man who shags his bosses daughter and who, with his wife, has kidnapped a child (for no explained reason). At times this has the artless artiness of such trash auteurs as Doris Wishman, but give me Doris' 'Deadly Weapons' over this tedious trash any day! Pretentious and dull this is a pastiche of art house world cinema and does not warrant your time



Kristy Comes Home

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kristy Comes Home

Karl and Ruger are filmmakers who have persuaded Kristy, one of the biggest stars in sex films, to star in her next movie. However, while Kristy may be a major draw, she also marches to her own drummer, and midway through the shooting schedule she decides to take a vacation in Cancun. At first, Karl and Ruger think they can just re-cast Kristy's role and move on without her, but the audition process does little but show them just how valuable and sexy Kristy truly is


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Karl and Ruger are filmmakers who have persuaded Kristy, one of the biggest stars in sex films, to star in her next movie. However, while Kristy may be a major draw, she also marches to her own drummer, and midway through the shooting schedule she decides to take a vacation in Cancun. At first, Karl and Ruger think they can just re-cast Kristy's role and move on without her, but the audition process does little but show them just how valuable and sexy Kristy truly is. Written by lament

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SHORT BUS COUPLE


A group of New Yorkers caught up in their romantic-sexual milieu converge at an underground salon infamous for its blend of art, music, politics, and carnality.

Director:

John Cameron Mitchell

Writer:

John Cameron Mitchell

Stars:

Sook-Yin Lee, Peter Stickles, PJ DeBoy | See full cast and crew

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Numerous New York City dwellers come to the exclusive club Shortbus to work out problems in their sexual relationships. Rob and Sophia are a happily married couple, except for the fact that she has never experienced sexual climax. This irony follows her to work because she is a couples counselor who frequently has to deal with the sexual issues other couples have. Two of her patients are Jamie and James, a gay couple who have been monogamous for five years and counting. James wants to bring other men in to the relationship, and his own history with depression may hint at an ulterior motive. Ceth (pronounced Seth) may be the perfect addition to their family, but Caleb, a voyeur from across the street, may have his own ideas about that. Sophia visits Severin, a dominatrix with secrets of her own to reveal. Written by Anonymous
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Explicity Wonderful
1 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews
Shortbus reviewed by Sam Osborn

I have a bad feeling that after the first ten minutes of Shortbus are through, much of the audience will have already left; because within this first segment, sophomore director John Cameron Mitchell has the mind to show his audience the nature of this very, ahem…frank work. Audiences will have witnessed filmed masturbation, wild fornication in a myriad of poses, and a scene of S&M sexual nature. These are all acts we've seen before from other Hollywood pictures; but then again, those pictures only played pretend. Shortbus requires all its actors to do such acts for real.

Is Porn too strong a word to describe such a film? It's debatable, I suppose. Films that boast actual penetration are usually not found in theatres anymore; instead hidden in the back of your video rental stores, or placed neatly on a shady internet site. But Pornography uses plot mechanisms only to drive the story into another sex scene. Shortbus has plot mechanisms to drive the arcs of its characters. That its characters all play roles indulgent in fornication is simply the nature of Shortbus' stories. But enough about the ethics of Shortubus; it's a good film. And if you're not too squeamish for the subject matter, and have a mind for tongue-in-cheek wit, then it shouldn't matter how close to porn the film means to aim.

It's a story of New Yorkers. A fringe group of New Yorkers who all meet at the underground lounge Shortbus. It's a place of casual frivolity, where people of any sexual preference are free to indulge in whatever they please. They mingle and dance and drink and have sex, all happily and without any semblance of filth or vice. These people are simply enjoying themselves and being quite hilarious while they do it. The members that we're asked to follow all come from the Magnolia school of connections, where links between characters are often coincidental and illogical, but acceptable as obligations of an ensemble drama. Sofia (Sook-Yin Lee) is a Sex Therapist who prefers to be called a Couples Councilor and who's unable to have an orgasm. She's invited to Shortbus by the club's poster child couple, Jamie and Jamie (Paul Dawson and PJ DeBoy), who assure Sofia that if there's an orgasm to be found, it's hidden within Shortbus. In a dark room there, Sofia meets Severina (Lindsay Beamish), a lonely dominatrix who gets mean when uncomfortable, and whose longest relationship was with the geeky trust fund sexual deviant.

All their stories are all human and kind of affecting, managing to dig their way out of the film's heaping shock factor to create something like empathy. It's nothing heartbreaking or particularly inspiring, but how much can we really expect from a film that has an entire scene dedicated to the National Anthem being sung into an anal orifice. But that's the charm of Shortbus, I suppose. Director/Writer John Cameron Mitchell has made a film more explicit than most pornography while keeping eroticism completely out of the equation. The film's sexuality is frank and the humor always constant, while avoiding jokes that patronize its cast of outsiders.

It's too easy to forget the poignancy of Shortbus, though. The dialogue that's sure to be shot wild by its release won't be about its humor or spirit; talk will be of the skin that was exposed in finding the better, realer bits. It's too bad, but, again, what can we expect from a film that sings the National Anthem into a man's anus? Rating: 3 out of 4