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    Grooveman

    Grooveman ★★★½

    Not as great as The First House on the Right but it's still really good.

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    The Last House on the Left

    josh lewis

    josh lewis ★★★★

    for anyone who felt safe and idealistic after changing the channel to something that wasn't vietnam or the manson's

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    The Last House on the Left

    Sitting through this repulsive movie is like being trapped on a five-hour flight next to a man who picks his butt, eats his boogers, scarfs down Twinkies then vomits all over the seat -- all while playing horrible Hee Haw music on a boombox.

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    The Last House on the Left

    Kodiak

    Kodiak ★★★★

    Just watched Arrow’s recent Blu-ray release and it looks the best it ever has. Just a brutal, uncompromising movie. I didn’t realize just how much The Devil’s Rejects rips from this until I watched them within a week of each other.

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    The Last House on the Left

    No, no, no, no, no.

    There was so much wrong with this film, I can't even think where to start. Thank goodness Wes Craven moved on from...whatever this was.

    Save yourself the time and don't watch it. Ever. lol

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    The Last House on the Left

    Mikkel Abel

    Mikkel Abel ★★★½

    Wes Craven went for shocking the world with gritty, realistic vile rape scenes, which are pretty discomforting, all while throwing in some goofy cops who are running around like fools to some "hilarious" Benny Hill-like music.

    THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (1972) is a film historical experience that captivates one of the wildest decades of (American) cinema.

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    The Last House on the Left

    Die (recht) aktuelle HD-Veröffentlichung von Arrow bietet keinen nennenswerten Qualitätssprung in Sachen Bild und Ton im Vergleich zur DVD, kann aber mit aufschlussreichem Bonusmaterial punkten. Insbesondere der atemlose Audiokommentar von Amanda Reyes und Bill Ackermann ist empfehlenswert.

    Über den Film, Wes Cravens frühe Karriere und Bergmans Jungfrauenquelle hatte ich mich vor Jahren ausführlich mit Daniel 'Bartel' Franz (Multiple Bildstörung) unterhalten.

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    The Last House on the Left

    bethany wilson

    bethany wilson ★★★★

    one of the best horror remakes i've ever seen.

    i guess you could say it was...mind blowing...

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    The Last House on the Left

    Daryl

    Daryl ★★½

    A stale remake.

    She didn't bite his cock off.

    LOSE A STAR!!!

    Although the head in the microwave was a rather nifty touch.

    HALF A STAR ADDED.

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    The Last House on the Left

    Dirty, dingy exploitation flick that's has cringe inducing dialogue and acting! If the budget was any lower they would have canned the actors and went with shadow puppets! Which may have been a huge improvement! Don't even get me started on the questionable music choices throughout the film!

    If you don't mind "Dumpster Diving" there are some genuinely shocking and horrific moments in the film! Wes Craven managed to garner the ire of prudish censors and critic's but that didn't…

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    The Last House on the Left

    Redfern

    Redfern ★★★

    So much of the first half relies on sensationalism and/or irony, but that doesn't lessen the blow of the horror here. This rough remake of The Virgin Spring benefits from the Vietnam context/imagery and by being so relentless whilst maintaining a moral core and suffers from feeling too much like the director's début film which, of course, it is. Mostly, Craven's film straddles the line between a coarse counter-culture flick and something just plain sloppy, but it's still good (if you can stand the acting, that is).

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    The Last House on the Left

    Evan

    Evan ★★★★

    That feeling when you recognize one of the boob-smothered goons from Deadly Weapons in the Max von Sydow role here.

    Kinda interesting to revisit this after having finally seen The Virgin Spring -- the basic story is the same, but the plot structure couldn't be any more different. I'm not sure which is more effective, the sharp bursts of violence in Bergman's film or the agonizingly drawn-out sequences here.

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    The Last House on the Left

    Liam Hathaway

    Liam Hathaway ★★★★

    Wes Craven's directorial debut, The Last House On The Left, is a shoddily made exploitation rendering of Ingmar Bergman's The Virgin Spring that is utterly repulsive and unbelievably nasty in its content. But it's also not without some wildly incongruous slapstick that was supposedly placed in to alleviate the unforgivable level of depravity...

    Yet, the film is an important one - one that arrived at a specific time in American history which gave it an appropriate and substantial context. It's…