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New Blood, a review by KinkyCyborg

Ok folks.... here goes.   8)

Title:New Blood
Year: 1999
Director: Michael Hurst
Rating: R
Length: 92 Min.
Video: Widescreen 1.85:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles: English

John Hurt
Nick Moran
Carrie-Anne Moss
Shawn Wayans
Joe Pantoliano

After a kidnapping results in an unexpected death, a wannabe gangster with a fatal gunshot wound solicits the help of his estranged father (John Hurt - Contact), and so begins the most terrifying night of their lives.

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My Thoughts:

Very good for a straight to dvd flick. John Hurt gives a strong performance and Joe Pantoliano is always great in the psychotic roles. I thought that Carrie-Anne Moss's character would have lent more to the storyline but as it turns out her role was little more than an afterthought.

I'd recommend it! :)



(From KinkyCyborg's Random Reviews 2010 on May 25th, 2010)

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Deranged , a review by Jimmy

Title : Deranged (1974)

A man living in rural Wisconsin takes care of his bed-ridden mother, who is very domineering and teaches him that all women are evil. After she dies he misses her, so a year later he digs her up and takes her home. He learns about taxidermy and begins robbing graves to get materials to patch her up, and inevitably begins looking for fresher sources of materials.

My Impression
By the synopsis I think you see that it's a movie based on the crime of Ed Gein and not the only one since Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Psycho are also, but it was considered a long time for the most realist. The version I own is a bootleg because the dvd released by MGM in their Midnite Movies collection is cut and I can't stand butchered film. This film isn't too bad and even better it's a canadian production. Of course what make this film so good is the performance of Roberts Blossom in the title role, he sure show how Ed Gein was able to act in society and look like a nice but slow man. The other positive point is the dark presentation; nothing is beautifull here the sun doesn't shine and the movie print is dirty (as it is supposed to be). A journalist (kind of a narator) appear 3 or 4 times to explain the events and this is a little different but annoying.

Another good one.
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(From Jimmy's 2010 Horror Marathon on October 1st, 2010)

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Tom's Random Star Trek Reviews, a review by Tom

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
3.12 Past Tense, Part II
Writer: Ira Steven Behr (Screenwriter), René Echevarria (Screenwriter), Ira Steven Behr (Original Material By), Robert Hewitt Wolfe (Original Material By)
Director: Jonathan Frakes
Cast: Avery Brooks (Commander Sisko), Rene Auberjonois (Odo), Siddig El Fadil (Doctor Bashir), Terry Farrell (Lieutenant Dax), Cirroc Lofton (Jake Sisko), Colm Meaney (Chief O'Brien), Armin Shimerman (Quark), Nana Visitor (Major Kira), Jim Metzler (Chris Brynner), Frank Military (B.C.), Dick Miller (Vin), Deborah Van Valkenburgh (Detective Preston), Al Rodrigo (Bernardo), Clint Howard (Grady), Richard Lee Jackson (Danny), Tina Lifford (Lee), Bill Smitrovich (Webb), Mitch David Carter (Swat Leader), Daniel Zacapa (Henry Garcia)

An okay conclusion to this two-parter. Better than the first part.


(From Tom's Random Star Trek Reviews on November 2nd, 2011)