Angelica the movie |trailer|[HD]
Joseph Barton, né Bartoni (Stoppard), is a handsome gentleman-scientist who styles himself an Englishman, though his origins are Italian. The significance of this, in Constance’s eyes, is that he has irrepressible sexual appetites “too strong to be contained inside of him.” She herself is surprised by her own sensual response on their Venice honeymoon and visibly blooms into womanhood. But after the difficult birth of their first child, the doctors condescendingly tell her she can’t risk having another baby, which means the couple can never have sex again. Though Joseph tries to work around the problem, Constance starts sleeping in the nursery. Where better to exercise her anxious, over-protective maternal instinct than at the bedside of little Angelica? Soon, Mom’s horrible visions begin to take shape: giant microbes gamboling in the air against oppressive green floral wallpaper, like Eraserhead in color. Later, she sees a swarm of golden insects who, abetted by a giant snake, turn their sexual attentions on her. In Dick Pope’s magical lighting, the little critters seem like the shower of gold with which Zeus impregnated Danae in Greek myth.
Freud not being available in this story, enter Anne Montague (Janet McTeer), a former actress turned spiritualist called in by the family’s cynical maid Nora (Tovah Feldshuh ) as a quack exorcist. The witchy, wide-eyed McTeer does a wonderful job ringing the evil spirits out of the house with a bell. But instead of fleecing the gullible Constance, she offers her a listening post and feminine understanding. There are even modern undertones of mutual attraction between the two women.
At this point, it seems like there are too many good characters to strike the fire of a scary drama. But even the good, kind, faithful Joseph has his dark side, too, as Constance discovers one day when she decides to surprise him at work. In a brief but gruesome scene, she finds him in his operating theater performing vivisections on cute monkeys, puppies and other furry creatures.
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Entry 66, Cabin in the Woods. I don't genuinely care about spoilers. Ever. But, that matters here. You can't spoil this movie. In any way. Which makes reviewing it really hard. If you love any sort of genre film, GO SEE THIS FILM PRONTO! It's the easily one of the freshest horror movies of the past 20 years. So what if Bruce Willis was dead the whole time, You DON'T spill the ending of THIS movie. 9.5/10.
Just watched Pitchfork and it's just as amusing and cheap as we all expected. I'm all for more inclusion of the lgbt community in horror but this was just odd and pointless fun. A boy comes home to his parents farm after recently coming out, and for some reason brings a van full of his friends along. Other than the main character stating he recently came out and his father disapproving, that's all we get from him. Characters are just as stupid and stereotypical as expected but I definitely laughed a ton at their jokes and the script in general. The film looks very cheap, as b movies do, with the overly bright lighting and fog machines placed all over. I'll say that the killer had a nice little twist and I liked his look. The actual storyline was trash and the ending just felt a bit too serious for this type of movie. Honestly if you just wanna laugh at a train wreck of b horror, this is an excellent choice. Keep a lookout for the breathing "corpses" and the cringeworthy choreographed dance in the barn. I give Pitchfork a 2/10. #horror#horroraddict#horrorfan#horrorfamily#horrornerd#horrorjunkie#horrormovie#horrormovies#horrorfilm#horrorfilms#moviereview#filmreview#horrorreview
So I decided that every Thursday I'm going to post a moment that to me is one of the best moments in horror. This could be in tv or movies. The number doesn't mean it's better than the rest it's just there for my sake 😂 To start this series off we have a real classic from A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 3: Dream Warriors
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