Character actor Michael Shannon has been nominated for his second Oscar for his role in the 2016 thriller Nocturnal Animals. "No Small Parts" takes a look at some of the other characters he's played in the past.
The first installment in an exciting new horror franchise. A young writer believes she has discovered the holly grail of terror, the knives used by Jack the Ripper for his notorious murders. Attending an intensive workshop in a haunted Victorian warehouse, run by the mysterious screen-writing guru Richard Wise she and five colleagues aim to write the ultimate horror film. But when the knives go missing the writers are plunged into a world of terror. Who is the little girl in the Victorian dress who haunts their dreams? and who is killing them one by one? Is it Ruth avenging womankind for the appalling Ripper murders or one of the other students trying to make their story come out on top, or is it the spirit of Jack, slowly re-assembling himself and becoming stronger with each new murder. As the warehouse become transformed through sound and light into the Whitechapel of the 1880's the writers must solve the mystery....or the next death scene they write may be their own. (Razors 3D (C)... Written by
Beat the Wing Commander (1999) in my list of the worse movie ever!
The film is so awful that I was considering sending an invoice to the producer for the movie ticket and the time I spend in the theater!
Looks like a B movie made in a bad cinema school! There is no story-line to follow, the dialog almost made me cry and the acting is really sad.
I was the only one left at the theater when the movie finished. Everybody else left in the first 15 minutes. I think that everyone was expecting some horror or thriller being a Jack the Ripper movie, but it is a scheme and the writer is probably a con artist... The movie could be about "Bob the murder" that would not make any difference at all.
Make yourself a favor and don't waste your time and money on it, unless you have other plans being alone in the movie theater.
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