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Primal Rage, a review by Jimmy

Title : Primal Rage (1988)

This blood-soaked, stomach-churningly gory Italian horror outing is set on a college campus in Miami and chronicles the grisly aftermath that occurs when a student is bitten by a lab animal and turns into a voracious, man-killing beast! Will the fun loving campus in Florida turn into a blood bath? Will the campus concert turn into a massacre of the macabre?

My Impression
It's an italian movie so we know what to expect, a lot of blood and nice make-up effect. Right from the start we see that it will deal with medical experiment done with monkey lab and we know that it isn't a thing who usually end well. Of course it won't since the monkey escapes and the virus it carry with him... Well done movie where the students look loke student (wich is sure a rare thing in movies), as expected the special effects are well done and it doesn't silly since the film was made in english so it isn't dub. Wich doesn't mean that the acting is great in any ways (a lot of overacting and bad acting, but it goes with the territory) and check for a young Sarah Buxton who is quite hot in this (at least at the beginning :whistle:). This film sure had the most annoying theme song ever written and to make it even worst the song play three times...

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

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Rambo, a review by addicted2dvd

     Rambo: Widescreen (2008/United States)
IMDb |Wikipedia |Trailer |
Lions Gate Entertainment
Director:Sylvester Stallone
Writing:David Morrell (Original Characters By), Art Monterastelli (Writer), Sylvester Stallone (Writer)
Length:91 min.
Rating:Rated R : Strong Graphic Bloody Violence, Sexual Assaults, Grisly Images and Language
Video:Anamorphic Widescreen 2.40:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital: 5.1
Subtitles:English, Spanish

Sylvester Stallone as John Rambo
Julie Benz as Sarah
Matthew Marsden as School Boy
Graham McTavish as Lewis
Rey Gallegos as Diaz
Jake La Botz as Reese

The next chapter finds Rambo recruited by missionaries to protect them during a humanitarian aid effort on behalf of the persecuted Karen people of Burma. After the missionaries are taken prisoner by Burmese soldiers, Rambo gets a second impossible job: rescue the missionaries in the midst of a civil war.

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My Thoughts:
I have seen this movie before. But it has been a while... not since it was first released. I can't remember how off hand. Whether it is one I watched with a friend... the library... or netflix. I have always enjoyed the Rambo movies. So this one was a no-brainer to add to my collection. Plus there is the bonus that the lovely Julie Benz is in this one. I became a fan of hers when I first saw her on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Anyone that seen any of the Rambo movies knows what to expect with this one... non-stop action and plenty of gore. You see beheadings, people shot, limbs blown off... pretty much name it. I definitely enjoyed it... well worth the time it took to watch it.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From What Movies I Been Watching on June 27th, 2013)

Member's TV Reviews

Tom's Random Reviews, a review by Tom


Title: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles: Season One
Year: 2008
Rating: NR
Length: 405 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78
Audio: English: Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles: Chinese, English, Korean, Other, Spanish, Thai

Lena Headey
Thomas Dekker
Summer Glau

The mother of all destiny. Her son, the future leader of mankind. Their protector, a Terminator from the future. Together they must take back the future as Sarah Connor (300's Lena Headey) prepares her son to fight the war against machines determined to annihilate the human race. The Clock is ticking. Can they stop Judgement Day?

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My Thoughts:
I think it's a great series. When I saw the pilot when it first appeared on the internet, I really liked it. I was hoping that the rest of the series holds up. And I think it did. Cannot wait for season 2!

Major plot hole in the pilot though:
How did the Cromartie terminator travel to the future when it was already blown to pieces and thus not covered by "living tissues" anymore?

Now I am hoping that Arnie will turn up in a cameo. I imagine a scene set in the future where we see how John sends the re-programmed Arnie back in time for Termintor 2.

This series put me in the mood to watch T1 and T2 again. Maybe I will do it soon.


(From Tom's Random Reviews on September 2nd, 2008)