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The year is 2021 and 12 strangers have been chosen for a game that will see only one of them survive over twenty-four hours. The killer game which sees each of them infected with a virus that will only do one thing without the cure......kill. The virus isn't like any other as some of the chosen change to a demon type creature. With the clock counting down from 24 hours they have to make some decisions that will haunt them for the rest of their lives....as the decisions get harder, characters are broken while others stand up and become leaders but only one of them can survive this.
Director Stephen Patrick Kenny's ambitious second film sees him ditching the harsh outdoors and found-footage format of his previous film The Pigman Murders for a singular main location and a more conventional film format. His business acumen is switched on. He knows to make films that sell in the current marketplace. He knows that there is still a market for shockers like this about people waking up in a strange place and not knowing why the fuck they are where they are.
St. John's Hospital has all but closed down however that hasn't stopped a murderer from using it as the basis for thumping a hammer into young lady's skulls. Roslyn has taken a night job there and begins to suspect pretty much everyone of being the killer.
To describe Psych: 9 as a muddle would be to do it an injustice. It's all over the place and first-time director Andrew Shortell appears unable to wrap things up neatly when it's already blatantly obvious what's going on and who the killer of the piece is. This is a crying shame as things kick off to a great start with a wonderful opening sequence with faces and a hammer all appearing as blot test pictures, along with a really atmospheric and spooky first half-hour.
The rather blank Sara Foster stars as Roslyn whose friend has helped get her a night job sorting out files at a closed/closing down hospital. She's rather crap at her job taking instead to smoking a lot, seeing people that aren't there and gabbling with her shrink, Dr. Clement (Cary Elwes) about her past. Sod the filing, this baby has issues to sort out.
Island of Lost Souls, the first and best screen adaptation of H.G. Well's book The Island of Dr. Moreau, is still an impressive beast eighty years after it was made. With a delicious turn from Charles Laughton as the nature-fiddling doctor there's much to admire about director Erle C. Kenton's movie.
However at the time though the BBFC were hard pushed to find anything to admire about Island of Lost Souls rejecting it outright upon its original release stating its content was 'against nature'. In response to this Laughton's wife, the original Bride Of Frankenstein, Elsa Lanchester stated "Of course it's against nature. So's Mickey Mouse!"
Meet Geoffrey – He's Angry, He's Stupid, and He's got a Power Saw!
In a nutshell a cop (Simon Pritchard) finds mutant Geoffrey (Robert Pearce) about to kill a girl (Bethan Witcomb) via some elaborate set-up involving a shotgun.
Enthusiastically played and presented, Deadly Tantrum, from writer/director/stop-motion animator Michael Mort, manages to outperform and entertain many films that have longer running times and in less than five minutes. It makes the viewer smile from the word go lampooning the 'Based on a True Story' tags that you just know never are – Wolf Creek, Texas Chainsaw - this means you!
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