I watched the new "hills" last night and man, I gotta say that I thought it was a truly great remake of a classic film that really recaptured the original vision of Craven's masterpiece. I guess it shouldn't have come as a surprise to me as I'm a very big Alexandre Aja fan ever since his first film, "high tension." But back to the "hills"... the actors did a wonderful job and I thought that the cinematography was key as well.
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This movie started out good and creepy in a realistic sence then got stupid. The special effects are good and of course bad acting but it had promise untill the climax then poof nada. The cover has a ghost and a little girl on it. If your bored rent it if not rent it and shut if off after 50 minutes! The ending is stupid but I wont give it away!!
This is a suprize because I figured another low budget horror flick with bad acting. Its not too bad worth a 3 buck rent from blockbuster or wherever. Its set in an asylum where a new doc shows up to work. People start coming up dead and no one knows how or why and very little if any evidence. Nice twist in the ending too which makes it decent.Worth a rent!
Murder Set Pieces
"The most visceral horror film ever made"
Set against Sun City, Las Vegas, "Murder-Set-Pieces" tells the story of a fashion photographer whose vocation is murder. Shot on 35mm film, "Murder-Set-Pieces" is a vicious assault on your senses. Director Nick Palumbo ("Nutbag") guides you through this voyeuristic nightmare of blood, sex and brutality.
AUGUST UNDERGROUND, MORDUM
"The most offensive, most shocking film ever!"
An incestuous brother and sister (played by Michael T. Schneider and Cristie Whiles) team up with our lovable serial killer (Fred Vogel) from 'August Underground' for an even more brutal road of mayhem and massacre. Once again, everything is captured on the handheld camera of the killers. More brutal, twisted, and sick than 'August Underground', 'Mordum' takes you to the absolute edge of your sanity.
"The sickest film ever made?"
Two homicidal friends go on a road trip of mayhem and massacre, killing and torturing anyone that gets in their way. One does the killing as the other films the whole thing from behind his video camera laughing the whole time.
I don't even know where to begin. The tagline says it all. This has got to be the most sick, brutal, twisted, degrading movies I have ever seen. I loved it! The only thing that even comes close to this movie is 'Slaughtered Vomit Dolls', which is one of my favorites.
Death is just the beginning
Dr. Peter Thompson (Brook Williams) lives in a small town, in which his patients are mysteriously dying of an unknown disease. Desperate for help, he enlists his mentor Sir James Forbes (Andre Morell). Together they discover that the dead are coming back to life, and that if they dont stop this evil their loved ones may be next.
This is quite possibly one of the best horror movies ever made and is writer/director Dario Argento's masterpiece.
American Dancer Suzy Bannion (Jessica Harper) goes to Freiburg Germany in order to study at a famous ballet academy run by Madame Blanc (Joan Bennett) and Miss Tanner (Alida Valli). While there she uncovers the horrid fact that the academy is overrun by a coven of murderous witches. Despite her fear and doubts she decides that she must put an end to the horror before she is the next to die.
Black Sunday is a beautifully filmed black and white Italian horror film directed by the legendary Mario Bava.
In the 17th century, Princess Asa Vajda (Barbara Steele) and her brother Prince Igor Javutich (Arturo Dominici) are going to burn at the stake for the crimes of practicing witchcraft and vampirism. Doomed Asa places a curse, before her death, in which she promises to come back from the grave. She promises to kill the descendants of her own family; for they are the ones who condemned her to her terrible fate.