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Ver Body at Brighton Rock

Body at Brighton Rock is a movie starring Karina Fontes, Casey Adams, and Emily Althaus. A park ranger spends the night guarding a potential crime scene on a remote mountain trail.

Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Roxanne Benjamin
Karina Fontes, Casey Adams, Miranda Bailey, Emily Althaus

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Genres Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Director Roxanne Benjamin
Writer Roxanne Benjamin
Stars Karina Fontes, Casey Adams, Miranda Bailey, Emily Althaus
Country USA
Also Known As Szkólka przetrwania, デッド・クリフ
Runtime 1 h 27 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A park ranger spends the night guarding a potential crime scene on a remote mountain trail.

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Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 08:04

I saw this film about a year ago and have been hoping to see it on DVD ever since. However, the only way to see this movie is to be a member of the IMDb Horror Vault. If you are a member, you will get a free rental for your home, and you will get a free rental for your video store! This movie is a great example of an independent film that can hold its own with the bigger studios. The film opens in a village where the four inhabitants are all living together in an apartment, but it is never established where the village actually is. We are introduced to the four people as they are coming out of the shower. From here on out we follow the characters as they enter the woods. At first we see the whole town going crazy, but the ones living in the village are always the most concerned. They believe that there is a monster living in the woods. They believe it will come and kill them. Eventually, they figure out that they are the only ones who are going crazy and the monster is dead. Unfortunately, the town is not prepared for the coming of the monster and they will not survive. As the monster comes closer and closer, the four people are going to have to run away to a hotel where they will be safe. The movie shows the friendship between these four characters. We are able to see how they interact with each other. At first, I thought the acting was terrible, but then I realized that the actors were just too good at their craft. There is a lot of emotion in the film. The acting is superb. One of the things I liked about this film is that I felt that it did not try to be scary. I didn't see anything that was scary about the movie. When I see a horror movie, I expect to see a lot of blood and gore. However, this movie has no gore and the only thing that I felt was out of place was a water balloon. This movie was fantastic! This is a great horror movie. It's not going to get you out of your seat laughing, but it's great to see something different. This movie is great for a night out with friends, and it's a great movie to see with your boyfriend or girlfriend. Definitely not for the faint of heart!
Friday, 05 Jun 2020 09:52

Tarantino's feature debut was a very strong effort. This is a good example of a "found footage" film. The premise is that the eponymous character, Jamie (a very talented actor who has given us several good performances), has a traumatic experience in his childhood and has developed a weird psychosis that makes him see dead people. The filmmaker has no qualms about taking advantage of the format. We get to see Jamie roaming the streets of London. The cast is fairly impressive, with I think the best performance coming from Uma Thurman. The writing is good, and the direction is well executed. It's hard to tell what Tarantino is trying to accomplish here. The story begins well enough, but I think the director is more interested in the method of storytelling than the story itself. The story starts off with Jamie and his family moving to Brighton. There is a row of houses in front of a pub, and the filmmaker wants us to see how Jamie becomes obsessed with a movie about the local cricket team. Jamie also has a dream sequence where he wakes up on a rock in the middle of nowhere. That is a great moment of good exposition, and gives us a pretty good idea of how the story will go. Unfortunately, the filmmaker decides to throw in a sex scene and a revelation of the protagonist's backstory to create the final scene. The revelation of Jamie's past is just a quick jab at how disgusting he is, and the scene just feels awkward. The ending, while not terrible, is a little disappointing. I guess you could say this is a Tarantino film, but I don't really find that to be the case. It's more of a Tarantino style film, but with some solid production values and decent acting. The film is not perfect, and it's definitely worth seeing. I think it will likely be one of the more interesting films of the year.

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