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The Belko Experiment (2016)
Who Says Hard Work Never Killed Anyone?
This 2016 thriller focuses on a bunch of employees who become trapped in their office building somewhere in Colombia where they become part of a deadly, survival game. Tony Goldwyn (Ghost), John C. McGinley (Point Break) and Michael Rooker (Guardians of the Galaxy) are featured. This isn't bad, it has a lot of tense and gory moments and the cast is decent. I'd give this a try at least once.
The Hills Have Eyes (1977)
Not Bad 70's Low-Budget Flick!
Wes Craven's 1977 horror film tells about a family heading to California, but have car trouble somewhere in the desert. Soon, they become terrorized by a family of brutal cannibals dwelling in the hills. Dee Wallace (The Howling, E.T.) is also featured in this. This isn't bad, except for some of the acting, but I like the settings and the score is eerie. I'd check this out at least once, especially if you're a fan of the late, Craven.
Mr. Destiny (1990)
James Belushi, Linda Hamilton, Hart Bochner, Jon Lovitz and Michael Caine star in this 1990 fantasy-comedy. Belushi (The Principal) plays Larry, a mild-mannered guy who likes his life, but wishes what it would've been like if he had hit a baseball years prior. On his birthday, he gets his wish when he meets mysterious man, Mike (Caine) who takes him on a magical test-run. Hamilton (The Terminator) plays Larry's wife, Ellen, Bochner (Die Hard) plays Larry's despicable boss, Niles and Lovitz (Big) plays Larry's best friend, Clip.
Courteney Cox and Rene Russo are also featured. This is a good film that obviously resembles "It's a Wonderful Life," Belushi is great in it as well as David Newman's score. I recommend this.
The Cell (2000)
Bizarre Psychological Thriller!
Jennifer Lopez, Vince Vaughn and Vincent D'Onofrio star in this 2000 thriller. Lopez (Enough) plays Catherine Deane, a psychologist who helps FBI agent, Peter Novak find a kidnapped girl. Her process, is to get inside the mind of her abductor, a comatose, serial killer, Carl Stargher (D'Onofrio) who is the only one that knows. This is a bizarre film that reminds me a bit of "Manhunter" & "Red Dragon" with a decent cast and neat effects. I'd check it out at least once if you're into psychological thrillers.
Sometimes TV Can Be Bad For You!
James Woods, Deborah Harry and Les Carlson star in David Cronenberg's 1983 sci-fi/horror film. Woods (Vampires) plays Max Renn, a manager of an x-rated TV station. Soon, he stumbles onto a mysterious program, "Videodrome" which consists of real violence & torture. Max starts to feel strange after viewing it and his reality changes. Harry (Blondie) plays Nicki Brand, a radio shrink who Max gets involved with and the late, Carlson plays Barry Convex, the producer of Videodrome plus Carlson also worked with Cronenberg in "The Dead Zone" and "The Fly." This is a bizarre 80's flick, Woods is good in it and Rick Baker's make-up effects are terrific as usual. Give this one a try at least once.
Kramer vs. Kramer (1979)
Good 70's Drama!
Dustin Hoffman, Meryl Streep, Justin Henry and Jane Alexander star in this 1979 drama based on the novel. Hoffman (Rain Man) plays Ted Kramer, a New York dad who fights for custody of his young son, Billy (Henry) after his wife, Joanna (Streep) leaves them. Alexander plays Margaret, Ted's friend & neighbor. Hoffman is terrific in this, I think it's one of his best performances and Streep and the rest of the cast are good as well. I recommend this good 70's drama.
The Brood (1979)
Not Bad Sci-Fi/Horror Flick!
David Cronenberg's 1979 sci-fi/horror film stars Art Hindle, Oliver Reed and Samantha Eggar. Hindle (Black Christmas) plays Frank, an architect who learns his 5-year-old daughter, Candice is being physically abused by his ex-wife, Nola (Eggar) who is undergoing psychiatric treatment. The late, Reed plays psychologist, Raglan who uses Nola and others as test subjects of psycho-physical manifestations. Nola starts producing mutant dwarfs who start committing murder and they guard Candice. Frank discovers what's happening with Nola and tries to protect Candice from her. This isn't bad, the cast is decent, there's good make-up effects and Howard Shore's score is great as usual. I recommend this.
Pretty Good Sci-Fi Flick!
Richard Dreyfuss, Teri Garr and Melinda Dillon star in Steven Spielberg's 1977 sci-fi film. This tells about Roy Neary (Dreyfuss), an Indiana electrician who has a bizarre encounter with a UFO one night. Soon, Roy becomes obsessed with a mysterious, Mountain image located in Wyoming that may contain answers. Garr (Young Frankenstein) plays Roy's wife, Ronnie and Dillon (A Christmas Story) plays Jillian, a woman Roy befriends and shares the same close encounter. This is a pretty good sci-fi flick featuring a decent cast, neat effects and great score by John Williams as usual. I recommend this.
"Not Bad Sci-Fi/Horror Flick!"
David Cronenberg's 1977 sci-fi/horror film stars Marilyn Chambers, Frank Moore and Joe Silver. This begins with woman, Rose (Chambers) riding a motorcycle with her boyfriend, Hart (Moore). They get into an accident and Rose goes into a coma, but needs immediate surgery. A month later, she awakens with a lethal appendage craving blood. When she starts feeding on strangers, an infectious, epidemic spreads. The late, Silver plays Hart's friend, Murray. This isn't bad, the late, Chambers was good in this and there's gruesome make-up effects. I'd give this a try.
Would You Rather (2012)
Depressing And Shocking!
This 2012 horror/thriller stars Brittany Snow, Jeffrey Combs and Logan Miller. Snow (Pitch Perfect) plays Iris, a young woman who is trying to make ends meet and taking care of her ill brother, Raleigh (Miller) who needs a bone-marrow transplant. Combs (Re-Animator) plays Lambrick, a doctor/specialist who offers to help her by inviting her to his mansion along with 7 others to play a sinister game, "Would You Rather?" where the winner will be given a great sum of money. This sort of mixes torture elements of "Hostel," "Saw" and "House on Haunted Hill" which starts off OK, but goes downhill turning into a depressing drama. It does have some shocking moments and Snow & Combs aren't bad in it. I'd only give this a try if you're into horror/thriller flicks.