I like movies. A lot.
Whoa. That was something else.
Kind of a mix of Apocalypse Now, DePalma's early films, Cronenberg's student films and trippy hippy flicks. I was afraid this was going to be a somewhat interesting curiousity, since it had all but been forgotten up until a couple years ago, but this was fascinating. The story of a brainwashed and fucked up assassin making his way through a messed up England while constant radio programs and his deprogramming play in the background made…
I remember how giddily happy I was when watching Spider-Man 2 and there was that "Evil Dead" moment when Doc Ock's arms attacked the surgeons.
That's how I felt through 99% of this movie. I don't think there was a time I wasn't smiling.
I've never tried cocaine, but I can't imagine it even comes close to how awesome it feels when I am watching a new Sam Raimi film.
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I knew I was in for trouble when the killer calls in a murder he committed to the police, and the cops who arrive can't even be bothered to keep him for questioning. And it seems he keeps committing murders in the same van the cops discovered the bodies in.
There are so many ridiculous moments in the film. A deaf person listening at the door to hear if the killer is still out there. Police letting a…