John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Giving this 2 stars for the first 15-20 minutes. The rest of the film is a boring slog through the usual Spielbergian sentimental drivel.
A great conclusion to an underappreciated comedy horror trilogy. Annie Ross is back to class up the joint once again, and Kevin Van Hentenryck deadpans his way through another hilarious performance. Watch them all. They're all good, and this may even be the best one. Dealer's choice for me though, I love Frank Hennenlotter films like a fat kid loves Big Macs.
A really fun follow-up to the great zero budget original, with much improved appliance and effects work. Kevin Van Hentenryck is great once again, and Annie Ross really livens things up with a memorable turn. Well worth an evening for fans of stuff like this.
This is great stuff from a great horror director who hung up his spurs way too early. On almost no budget, he delivers a compelling story and some genuinely scary scenes. It's very much in the tradition of 1960s and 1970s grindhouse horror, shot on 16mm and grimy as hell. I loved it.
I'm a huge Stuart Gordon fan, and I wasn't expecting much from this one. I was expecting very cheesy turn-of-the-century CGI effects and the notable absence of Gordon's muses, Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton. However, the effects work is largely top notch, from the same Spanish studio that did the effects for "Pan's Labyrinth." The acting is more than acceptable from Ezra Godden in the role Jeffrey Combs was meant for but mainly by the excellent Spanish supporting cast, most notably a remarkable late turn by the great Francisco Rabal. This is well worth seeing, maybe the last great Lovecraft adaptation, very skilled mix of good quality CGI and very good practical effects.