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I loved this. Nyman carries the whole thing (not the last time that'll happen this weekend) and the other performances complement him brilliantly. The revelation was great. The whole thing executed brilliantly. So good.
Skipped that Emmerdale one to see this. I like the trippy visual style and disjointed time line that would have been a boring film told straight forward. Nice naturalistic performances and a bit of an indie oddity but well done in the end.
Richard Stanley's return to the screen with a Doctor Who monster. Tom Savini's cut price straight to video torture crap. Some maddness about sweets and feeders. Injecting eyeballs. Buck and Buddy's section were the best for me. Otherwise; no thanks.
Great dumb fun. So please I called the ending miles ahead of it's arrival. Come on NO ONE had an iPhone, the phones were all shitty clamshells it's a total give away!
I hate soundstage haunted houses. You could perform Phantom Of The Opera in the hall with complete cast and full props! The acting was very "hit your mark" stuff and the little girl seemed very schooled. The monsters were the Tooth Fairies from Hellboy 2. Not for me.
- Sat Jul 16, 2011 11:27 pm
- Forum: The Horror Forum
- Topic: films we just saw
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Me I have it on 3D Blu Ray.Mr Bill wrote:Just watched Drive Angry and enjoyed it for what it is, slick American trash.
I watched it in good old fashioned 2D, does anybody think films like this are worth the headache of wearing novelty glasses?