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Crepitus is a movie starring Bill Moseley, Eve Mauro, and Chalet Lizette Brannan. Seventeen year old Elizabeth and her younger sister, Sam, are thrust into circumstances more terrifying than living with their abusive, alcoholic...

Haynze Whitmore
Eve Mauro, Frederick George Stuhrberg, Bill Moseley, Chalet Lizette Brannan

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Product details

Genres Horror
Director Haynze Whitmore
Writer Eddie Renner, Sarah Renner, Haynze Whitmore
Stars Eve Mauro, Frederick George Stuhrberg, Bill Moseley, Chalet Lizette Brannan
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 23 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 Seventeen year old Elizabeth and her younger sister, Sam, are thrust into circumstances more terrifying than living with their abusive, alcoholic mother when they are forced to move into their deceased Grandfather's house.

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Friday, 03 Jul 2020 00:28

My favorite kind of horror is not so much the "scary" kind, but more the character driven kind of horror. And I really liked that this movie has a good balance between it. Most of the film is based on the old house and that's basically it. The rest of the movie, when we actually get to the house, is very similar to the house. It's the perfect balance between character driven horror, and traditional horror. The new character that is introduced to the world of the house is very interesting and interesting in some aspects, but doesn't carry the same kind of significance that the last character did. The whole opening sequence is really very good and I really love the way that it introduces you to the house. I have a couple of problems with this movie, but I can overlook them for the most part. First of all, I really love the story line. It's the same kind of story that the horror movie really needs. It's not the blood and guts kind of horror movie, but more of the character driven horror. I think that there is one part in particular that I did not like. I think that in the beginning, you really know what you're getting yourself into. But I think that the main character could have done a little bit better. But all in all, it's a really good movie that really needs to be watched. It's definitely worth watching for the story, the character driven story, and the pacing. I don't think that you'll really forget it, but it's definitely a movie you should watch at least once.
Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 18:31

John Carpenter's Vampires is an ambitious movie for its time, and one of the better modern horror movies ever. It combines elements of the horror genre and a couple of westerns. It is a combination that, at times, doesn't work quite well, and is definitely a failure as a whole. It's funny how a film that starts out great can't quite reach its potential. The beginning starts off nicely and, through a lot of boring exposition, gives the film a proper setting for the rest of the story. It's a creepy, well-lit place and gives the film a lot of its mood. This also helps the film set up the fact that the film is going to be horror, which helps the film flow along nicely. In the end, however, it does start to slow down. The director ends up creating a world with lots of little details and that helps the story flow, but, more importantly, it keeps things simple and makes things harder to comprehend. The pacing slows down, and it starts to feel like the story has been told before, but it doesn't really want to tell it again. It just wants to tell it in a different way. The film is one of the few that is not afraid to use the sledgehammer approach to its horror, but, unfortunately, this is one of the many ways in which the film feels like it is too modern, which takes away from the scares. It could have worked well if it was a horror flick, but, at times, it feels like a horror film. I didn't find the acting particularly bad, but it is often used to slow things down and, in the end, feels a bit of a bore. It would have been better if it was more effective. Overall, Vampires is a decent, but flawed horror film that could have been a lot better.
Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 15:31

Crepitus: Horror in the Old World is about a group of college students who take an ancient Indian burial ground, with their medieval characters into the past for a trip to the Forbidden City. But there are too many skeletons, and a monster is waiting for them at any moment. This has to be the worst movie I've ever seen, and that is coming from someone who has not seen Cabin Fever. So why do I rate it so highly? Well, the graphics, the acting, the horror effects, the gore, and most of all the score. Yes, the score is the best part of the movie. The score is very Gothic, with lots of dissonant notes, which gives the movie a dark, eerie feel. It also has some lovely pieces of music, such as the main theme and "You are my father", which is quite sweet. All of the music is well-done. I also liked how they took into account the history of the film, the different cultures, and many different mythologies. They take their time, showing us the mummy, then the warrior, then the demon, and then the witch, and then the witch, and then the demon, and then the witch. Then they get the whole "Diana" story to make it a whole lot more fun. There's a lot of other things I love about this movie, such as the cinematography, the costumes, and most of all the music. In addition, the script, while it was poor, was better than the others. The rest of the people in the theater, including the back-ups, were laughing out loud at the ridiculous dialogue, which was just pathetic. If you are reading this review, and haven't seen Cremitus, I suggest you get it now. It is worth the time.
Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 12:52

Crepitus is a good horror film. It's not for everyone, but it is not a bad horror film either. It was directed by Leigh Taylor-Young, who had also directed the excellent John Carpenter's The Thing. Crepitus follows the same template of the original film and the original movie (not to mention it was written by John Carpenter himself) and it's a good horror film. The acting is really good. Tommy Lee Jones does a good job as the man who finds Crepitus and the other scientists. Melissa George is good as the scientist and is a nice female character. The special effects are top notch. The special effects were done by John Carl Buechler and he's known for being one of the best special effects artists working today. The creatures of Crematoria are really well done and they look really real. The story follows a couple named Nancy and Gerry, who are on their honeymoon in an isolated cabin in the woods when they suddenly get attacked by a horrible creature that seems to have been in hibernation for years. A series of flashbacks tells us how the creature was discovered and it seems that it had been kept in the woods for thousands of years. The creature is called Crematoria and it is hungry and it must feed on human flesh. It's really an inspired idea and it works really well. The creature looks really scary and it is really scary to see it running around the forest like a predator. It's a really good monster. There's lots of blood and gore. The film is definitely not for everyone, but I think it's worth checking out. It's worth seeing at least once.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 04:59

A young working-class Jewish boy (Gerald Butler) goes on a trip to Paris with his friend and female twin sister (Sandra Oh) and bumps into an old friend of theirs, a black woman (Ana Burden). Along the way, they meet a dashing vampire (Louis Garrel) who they find out is a vampire himself and they must team up with an ex-military man to defeat him. This is the kind of film that should have been a classic - a big screen, big budget, big budget film. But there's nothing wrong with it, really. As I said earlier, the film is very atmospheric, and the mood and vibe is very well done. The story is somewhat predictable and typical of these kinds of films, but the music is very effective and the acting is quite good, with Butler doing his best acting job ever. Sandra Oh is also very good and the script itself is very well done, and it's not as bad as some people would have you believe. The film is also very well made, with great use of location shooting, locations that look almost as if they could be in New York. It's got great color and good effects, which is a lot of things when it comes to vampire films. It's not a masterpiece, but it's an above average film with some nice scenes and scenes that make you think that it's a must see for any vampire fan, even if you are not a fan of the genre. The DVD is not the best for a film of this type, but it's not bad. It's very well edited, and the transfer quality is quite good, especially in some of the scenes with Sandra Oh. I have to say that I liked the DVD a lot, and I'm really happy that this film is being re-released. The DVD also has a nice new cover, and it's also a nice addition to the movie. I really hope that more of the films from the Sayers Factory is being re-released.
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 15:35

Boring, to say the least. This one is a no-brainer. The DVD is not for the faint of heart. It features special features, and a first-and-foremost 2-hour (!) documentary from director Jason Sholder. It is NOT a documentary! However, I do highly recommend it as it is a little different to the norm. It is the ultimate horror film, if you get my drift. The cast is more or less unknown, but it works, if you're into this sort of thing. Some of the actors are...I don't know what to say about them. If you are expecting some classic horror film, you may be disappointed. It's very campy and cheesy, but it is what it is, and hey, you're here to laugh at it. Not a great film, but it is different. There are a few things that bother me about this film. One of them is that the audience feels so disconnected from the actors that they forget they're watching a horror film. If they had no idea, they would be enjoying it! So much of the dialogue and subplot falls flat, because of this. A huge part of this is the pacing. I hate this, because it makes it harder to get into and appreciate the film. It's like you don't know what the hell is going on. The film starts out slow, builds up to it's climax, and then falls flat, giving way to something completely different. I think this was done intentionally, to a certain extent, because it would work better to explain the motivations for the characters instead of trying to shoehorn them in at the end. But I could go on and on about this, because it's one of the more annoying flaws of this movie. But the main issue that bothered me was how stupid it was. The main problem is that this is one of the most stupid horror movies I have ever seen. The monster is always out of reach. It never really shows what it's doing, and it never explains how it's getting there. I know a movie can make you jump once, but to be more specific, I know it's possible to do this with a camera moving with a camera. The monster is never, ever even on screen, which leads to a lot of time spent trying to figure out how it's going to get there. If you have never seen this movie, it may be better to wait for the DVD or a rental. If you have seen it, go back and watch this again, just to be certain you didn't miss anything.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2020 18:09

I'm trying to understand the reaction of people when they saw this film. I think that most people were very pleased with the film and the message it had. If you are not, don't. I think that the idea is so very interesting and I think that the film makers are really trying to do something. I think that in the context of the horror genre, this is quite successful and probably is a film that any horror fan can enjoy. But I don't know if it's for everyone. I didn't like the feeling that they had some kind of agenda behind this film and I think that they should have played with the idea a bit more, so it wouldn't seem like a cheap rip-off of other films. I think that they did this too much and so there is no sense of being surprise when they suddenly do something different or unexpected. This has a lot of potential. But it doesn't have that 'I can see what you were going for and I was going for it too' type of feeling. And I thought that it was too close to horror classics like 'The Exorcist' and 'The Shining'. But that's just my opinion. If you want to see a good horror film that is creepy and scary, watch it. But you should also have a good imagination and ask questions on the film. The film makers did this, and they did it very well, but I think that the audience could have been more open minded to the idea and not have a certain attitude. I'm not saying that this is a bad film, but it is a film that is not suitable for everyone and if you are not into horror or anything like that, it is probably not for you.

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