Southern Texas. Savannah and Cooper, a young couple in love, drive through the desert in a black 70s Cadillac convertible. Unaware that they are being followed, they check into a motel at ...
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This chilling tale recounts the late 70's in New York City, when a serial killer on the loose dubbed "Son of Sam" creates havoc. When arrested, "Son of Sam" tells police he was influenced ... See full summary »
A terrible crime echoes through the ages, as the souls of the condemned pay an eternal price for their vicious acts upon the innocent. With classic sensibilities and a contemporary feel, Boogeyman: Reincarnation is the spawning of a new era.
Laurence R. Harvey
They met on the Internet. They fell in love. They drove to the desert and stopped at an abandoned warehouse. They wandered inside. Inside they found unspeakable horror. Only one of them ... See full summary »
Southern Texas. Savannah and Cooper, a young couple in love, drive through the desert in a black 70s Cadillac convertible. Unaware that they are being followed, they check into a motel at the Mexican border. When Savannah leaves to buy food, a cop sneaks into the room, pulls his gun on Cooper, accuses him of murder and tries to arrest him. But Savannah, who had become suspicious, manages to turn the tables: She surprises the cop, ties him up and frees Cooper. But just as the young lovers jump into their car, a stranger steps out of the shadows and kills Cooper at point blank... Three weeks later. Hollywood, California. In a hotel suite overlooking the Sunset Strip, a man is being water boarded by a private detective. The information he needs is: "Who killed Babyface?" When the man refuses to cooperate and shows nothing but contempt for his captor, the torture continues. Layer by layer, the truth about Cooper alias Babyface is revealed. A complex web of murder, revenge, atonement and ... Written by
After being caged in a Lionsgate Serial Killer Contract for more than two Years exiled German Indie Cult Director Ulli Lommel is back at his best. At the Berlin film festival he premiered and succeeded with the audience, but , as I experienced at a press screening, led also into a real controversy..Love is not colder than death,, because Death is not cool anymore. Sure Lommels new Flic is a hell of a genre mix of film noir, road movie and western with a lot of violence and torture, sure it's still a Lommel with its unique style somewhere between indie and big screen movie, but he's changing the subject. of a modern thriller. Before there were innocents who became bad, or villains, who couldn't cope with their past. But for the very first time, without playing on one's heart strings. Love and Forgiveness are presented as a solution in this deeply violent story . Maybe this alienates, because viewing habits are going to be mixed up, but you can't cheer Obama and enjoy ego shooters at the same time. Lommels Absolute Evil is more a vision for the next 40 years than a reminiscence to Love is colder than death from 1969. And to all you critics who won't understand now: You buried Fassbinder in a Museum , but you're afraid of Lommel, because he is alive!
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