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24 out of 29 people found the following review useful:
Nature of the Beast, 21 October 2007

I watched it and found that this film, was a bit like a 1960's "B" movie, in its quality but it wasn't a horrible B movie; Rich's wolf form was the best out of the two werewolves.

I could definitely watch it again, because its humorous and actually enjoyable as a werewolf film spoof. I wouldn't take this film seriously, as a werewolf film; but as a spoof its a greatly entertaining film.

Please, watch this film and comment on what you thought. I hope it comes to DVD, personally I would buy it and add the movie to my DVD monster spoof section.

0 out of 1 people found the following review useful:
File Footage Actors Not Given Credit!, 15 June 2007

Max Shreck. Gustav Von Wangenheim. Greta Schroder. Wolfgang Heinz.

All these actors show up in file footage used in the film, yet no credit was given to them in the film credits nor on this site.

If I were related to any of these actors I would sue because its very wrong to not give credit to actors whom were used under file footage.

Anyways, watch the film and you will notice the scenes that are actual real footage from Nosferatu. I thought it was quite nifty, but then I was shocked to see that the original film actors weren't even given a honorable mention or anything along those lines.

Please, do the right thing and give credit where credit is due.

4 out of 4 people found the following review useful:
The Best Episode Ever!, 8 October 2006

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This is the best episode of Phil of the Future, it is graphically thrilling, and has a very interesting plot, kinda like the film "Back to the Future", which is also the name of the episode right after this one, and the conclusion to the series.

In this episode, Phil Diffy; messes up big-time when he stops the child version of his great great grandfather from being expelled from high school.

History shows that he was expelled from High school and went to military school where he would later meet and marry Phils great great grandmother.

Since, he didn't get expelled from high school, Pim, Phil and their mother Barbra are being phased out of existence.

Phil uses his future device to look like his great great grandfather and does a stunt to get him expelled and save the future of his family.

The Baron of Terror - El Baron Del Terror - The Brainiac, 30 September 2006

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This film is a terror classic, it must not be compared to any other film of horror genre, if you do compare it you will not like it, and try to remember this film was made in the 60's.

In 1661, Baron Vitelius of Astara; is convicted of invoking the dead; this conviction is made by the holy inquisition of Spain. Vitelius, was wrongly murdered in a fire, and promised that he would come back to kill all of the inquisitors ancestors.

In 1961, on a mysterious comet the Baron returns as a killer monster whom wants revenge for his death. He begins his terror by killing a man and taking his clothing, next his robs a bank and buys a house and begins extracting his revenge on the ancestors of the inquisitors. He almost kills them all, but things go wrong at a party when he is discovered to be 300 years old.

7 out of 18 people found the following review useful:
The Episode - Forever in a Day, 12 August 2006

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Daniel Jackson resigns from the SGC!

Daniel experiences the possibility that his wife Sha're didn't die, she instead survived and had her symbiote removed. After, Daniel realizes that it was merely a dream, he gives his resignation letter.

The Letter reads: "I Daniel Jackson for reasons of a personal nature do hereby on this day give my notice of resignation from the STAR GATE project. I withdraw completely from all responsibility and knowledge of it; and do remove myself from any association with the Military as a Civilian Employee."

This episode is one of my personal favorites because it explores many possibilities of what could happen as a event is redone in someones mind.

"Nip/Tuck" (2003)
1 out of 1 people found the following review useful:
Nip/Tuck Experienced Many Changes, 22 July 2006

With the constant changes of plots and constant changing of roles, this show is infinite in possibilities.

Nip/Tuck is a fantastic drama/ medical show. People are annoying when they try to compare the show to awful shows like E.R. or other random medical shows.

This isn't just a show about Plastic Surgeons its a adventure in the life of two completely different doctors, whom have the same goal of keeping their practice legit. Many problems have came across the duo but as the show goes, things always come out good in the end.

Niptuck has many different characters like Kimber, Quentin Costa, and the awful annoying girls whom bother Christian.

Nosferatu (1922)
2 out of 3 people found the following review useful:
History of Nosferatu: The Basic History, 5 April 2006

This film is a classic of the German film director Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau.

Nosferatu meaning "Likes the Blood", was originally determined by the wife of Bram Stoker to be a illegal film copy of her husbands book. Just before the film Dracula(1931) was released she made sure that every copy of the film had been destroyed or so she thought.

When this event happened, F. W. Murnau was horribly hurt because he made the film as a tribute to his favorite book and writer Bram Stoker.

Later in the 1930's film copies of Nosferatu started showing up in Austria and only three copies are known to exist today, this film was the only true showing of what Stoker wanted his Dracula to be like and it was captured well by the master of horror F. W. Murnau.

In fact, the Dracula film was way off from what Stoker intended his vampire to be like. He said Alucard was a ugly malformed dawn walking monster. His family didn't want to scare children, so the vampire was turned into a handsome smooth talking gentleman, but this was not the way Stoker would have wanted it, so current films are ruined because of the rudeness of Mrs. Stoker a true loser.

We rate Mrs. Stoker to be a true loser because if she had gotten her way Nosferatu wouldn't exist today and I would have never gotten a view of the most interesting film at early parts of the 1920's.

2 out of 2 people found the following review useful:
The DVD Now!, 24 March 2005

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Legends of the Superheros now has a DVD! It contains both episodes and a trailer-style preview.

In the first episode the heroes get a random message from the "Riddler" explaining that they have "50" minutes to answer all the riddles ahead of them. The Villains have a dooms day device that has a "60" minute timer that is soon to go off. "Solomon Grundy" gets a hat that can hide who he is and unleashes the first sinister plot as a gas station attendant! Oh, my! He tricks Batman and Robin, The Black Canary, and a few others. He has them tied up in the back! At the same time "Dr. Thaddeus Bodog Sivana" has a power removing chemical that he tricks the heroes into drinking, but the plan back fires when "Solomon Grundy" gives the villains some of the chemical also...

Anyways! Watch the new "Legends of the Superheroes" Special Edition DVD! I'd have to say this is the best comic superheroes joke movie ever made! and now that its digitally re-mastered its even better!