Not sprouts! I hate sprouts.
- Jul 30, 2005
- Reaction score
Ever see Bed of the Dead?
Was that made by the same team who made Hammock of Hades? .. (just kidding, I've made that title up)Ever see Bed of the Dead?
Bed of the Dead: Horror film involving time discontinuity and a carnivorous possessed bed in a Sex Club. Four people trapped on a bed, they get killed one by one by a dark spirit as they try to get off (off the bed that is though they had planned a foursome). The bed was made from the wood of a cursed tree, a sinning monk was hung from it and stabbed to death by his Brethren.
A cop gets in contact via mobile phone with one of those on the bed, but realises that he is several hours in her future. He then becomes entangled in the time loop. Bed disembowels, eats, chops up and makes people see visions. Each of them has a reason to feel guilt, the bed uses this against them. Not bad. 6/10. On The Horror Channel.
Replicas was passable.The AV Club's worst of the worst 2019:
Worst Films List 2019
Includes my pick for the biggest piece of shite out this year, The Haunting of Sharon Tate, but also includes the likes of Replicas, Joker (gasp!), The Lion King (double gasp!) and The Fanatic (oh - fair enough). And there's someone on the planet named Hero Fiennes-Tiffin, apparently.
MiaOWW!Cats: I'm feline sick, could be catalepsy, I'll end up catatonic. Judi Dench (Deuteronomy) looks and acts like Grandpa Walton after a night on the moonshine. Ian McKellen (Gus) resembles a werewolf with the mange and sings like one. Idris Elba is more convincing as Macavity as is Francesca Hayward as Victoria. There are a few good numbers but I left before the end, I couldn't care less as to whether or not Elba drowned Dench, The director/writer Tom Hooper should be drowned. I wish I had been spayed from this abomination. 3/10.
I can't really remember the music but I liked the film, they could have done better though considering the source material.Remember Bird Box? Maybe you do, it seems like it was years ago, but its soundtrack music writer Trent Reznor wishes you didn't:
In fact he calls it "a fucking waste of time" seeing as how badly it was treated in the edit, but thought it was so terrible nobody would see it anyway. Oops. Must admit I have no memory of it, but then again, I barely have any memory of the film.
I have some friends who are quite religious and before they married they attended such a thing. Rather than for saving marriages, this one was to ensure that the participants subsequent marriages actually lasted. They have just celebrated 30 years, so I suppose we can chalk it up as a success ( both their marriage and the boot camp ).That concept sounds more horrific than a six-headed shark.