Monday, January 2, 2012

Hot Tub Time Machine (2010)

Hot Tub Time Machine (2010)

Released : 26 March 2010

Genres : Comedy
Director : Steve Pink

Cast : John Cusack, Clark Duke, Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, Sebastian Stan, Lyndsy Fonseca, Crispin Glover
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I Am Virgin (2010)

I Am Virgin (2010)

Released : 23 February 2010

Genres : Comedy
Director : Sean Skelding

Cast : Melinda Ausserer, Hank Cartwright, Jamison Challeen, Amber Chase, Adam Elliott Davis, Nick Dent, Lilith Eve, Ron Jeremy, Zuzzie Kapas, Dawn McCall, Tammy McCray, Erin McCullom, Maren McGuire, Leah Miller, Tana Miller, Kalynn Parker
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I Love Karditsa (2010)

I Love Karditsa (2010)

Released : 14 January 2010

Genres : Comedy
Director : Stratos Markidis

Cast : Kostas Apostolakis, Katerina Papoutsaki, Bessy Malfa, Gerasimos Skiadaressis, Eleni Gerasimidou, Michalis Iatropoulos
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Unsolved Suburbia (2010)

Unsolved Suburbia (2010)

Unsolved Suburbia (2010)
Released : 5 October 2010

Genres : Crime, Drama
Director : Cheetah Gonzalez

Cast : Johnny Lockhart, Aleksandr Dissan and Georgia Visser
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Come Dine With Me: The Tasty Bits (2010)

Come Dine With Me: The Tasty Bits (2010)

Released : N/A

Genres : Comedy
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Cast : Dave Lamb

Whispering Corridors ( 1998 ) - South Korea

Whispering Corridors ( 1998 ) - South Korea 

Whispering Corridors is a 1998 South Korean horror film about a girl's high school.

Plot : While investigating the school files, the frightened teacher Mrs. Park startles and calls the young teacher Eun-young Hur, telling her that the deceased Jin-ju Jang is back. The line dies and Mrs. Park is attacked and killed by a ghost. On the next morning, the teenager Jae-yi Yoon waits for her friend Ji-oh Lim, who has the ability to call the spirits, and they begin a close friendship. The abusive and aggressive Mr. Oh, a.k.a. Mad Dog, is the substitute of Mrs. Park and prohibits Ji-oh to paint and compares the performances of the pretty So-young Park and the weird Jung-sook Kim, raising a barrier between the two former friends. Miss Hur misses her former friend Jin-ju, who committed suicide, and while trying to contact her, she discloses a dark secret about the past of her friend and Mrs. Park.

Ultimately, if you’re looking for gore and guts, you won’t find them here. Sure, there are lots of bloody scenes, but they seem to be there in order to set the general atmosphere. Even the ghost story isn’t particularly frightening. What is horrifying, though, is the portrayal of real evils within the Korean school system. However, in the film, there are several instances of teachers physically beating young girls for extremely minor misdemeanours, sexually harassing them, and even making them carry out janitorial duties (as seen near the beginning, the class monitors have to fill kettles with hot water and scrub the floors and walls), and no-one (maybe except the new teacher Hur Eun-young) seems to bat an eyelash. According to Park Ki-hyung, this kind of event is pretty much standard in South Korean schools.And that’s where the true horror is in Whispering Corridors: this film asks a lot of hard questions, to which the school board could only find an answer in attempting to have the film banned. It’s a slow-paced, moody film with many resonant images and an eerie atmosphere, so if you’re also looking for a fast fix of horror, you’ve come to the wrong place. But it’s probably the most essential film that has ever come out of Korea, so if you feel frustrated by the slowness of the action and give up on it, you’re really missing out on a gem. Anyone who’s ever looked back on their own school days with horror, revulsion or sadness will not fail to be touched and reminded of their own difficult past experiences by this film.

Deathdream (1974) - CANADA

Deathdream (1974) - CANADA 


Deathdream is a 1974 Canadian horror film, directed by Bob Clark and written by Alan Ormsby. It was inspired by the W.W. Jacobs short story The Monkey's Paw.Deathdream revolves around Andy Brooks (Richard Backus), a young soldier who is gunned down in the jungles of Vietnam. At the time of his death, Andy's mother is praying for the safe return of her son. Despite being told by the U.S. Army that their son is dead, the family is shocked when Andy returns in the middle of the night. But Andy isn't the same as the war has changed him. He spends his time sitting quietly in rocking chair, has no desire to see old friends and dresses to conceal his body with turtlenecks, gloves and glasses. Only at night does he become animated, going out on the town to find victims that can quell his thirst for blood.

This movie is a true rarity in the annals of horror cinema in that it manages to be both creepy and genuinely poignant. The fact it manages to combine both of those emotions makes it something truly special indeed, something worth watching despite whatever production flaws it contains. The acting ranges from good (John Marley) to rather mediocre and overdone. But thats to be expected from these low-budget offerings of the time. The direction by Clark is rather unpolished, and he obviously wasn't completely comfortable with direction by this point. However, he does maintain an appropriate sense of pacing. The screenplay is fantastic and ultimately what makes this work. "Dead of Night" is an unique and emotional production that needs to be seen by fans of either cult cinema or more interesting horror films (ones that work on actual mood opposed to loads of graphic gore). The ending is more dour and stunning. I didn't see it coming, but it made perfect sense in line with everything that had happened. It's the kind of ending that a film would never have now. It's simply too honest. One of the better horror endings I've seen, actually.