Directed by Adam Simon
Starring Bill Paxton
Way too talky horror film with good actors, no story and lame special effects. Most of the scares early in the film basically involve people accidentally dropping jars of brains.
Pullman plays a brain surgeon who, after conducting a "kinder, gentler" lobotomy on a paranoid schizophrenic, starts going crazy himself. He sees a blood-drenched doctor where-ever he goes, then wakes up to find himself in a mental institution, where he's informed he was never a doctor, never had a wife, etc. Paxton plays a corporate sleaze bag he works with who may or may not be banging his wife, assuming he even has one.
The film basically comes across as an overlong, bad "Twilight Zone" episode—probably because it was based on a screenplay by TZ scribe Charles Beaumont. Despite his name on the credits, the film fails to sustain one's interest. It barely even features the "monster" that appears on the cover of the videocassette. The stretched face creature is just an experiment that turns up early in the film for a few minutes.
-- Review by Lucius Gore
Posted by klowndozer on April 12, 2008jackson is the nuts- lawnmower deaths are crazy real. Lots of blood n deth- loved it - ace, tops.
Posted by JK on April 12, 2008I wholeheartedly agree. Peter jackson is the 'NUTS' - but this isn't the same film you fucking Syphilitic scab on a donkeys anus!!!! This is a different film- nob cheese!
take time to read the actual articles you are commenting on- or don't bother and get back to having sex with ya mother- retard.
Take care. xx
Posted by Petar on June 6, 2009That's my movie on on second place,first is Hellraiser 2
Posted by BK on December 11, 2010LOL