Korova Kino Bar Review

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Korova Kino Bar Review

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Here is a horrified horror comedy, direct to video, with a low budget, free of presumed slackers (albeit a bit disgusting with the bushes), rich in gags slapstick, with an intricate and original visual style and excessive narrative nerve, which do not dislike me I am almost able to recognize that he has done me very short and I’ve been pretty drowsy, and although not all jokes work and the argument is an absolute earnestness. Also the accompaniment has helped, of course: a couple of the Cuban classics of J & B with a tail and a cool tray of the refrigerator. An unusual start like that of I Had at Bloody Good Time at House Harker well deserves a celebration under conditions. I find sublime the hilarious use of the assembly in this introductory sequence, at the hands of Spencer Jones and the director, who subvert a topic so abused as the flashback of the beginning of horror films and reduces them to one ridiculous coitus interruptus With the credits and the retro soundtrack, the pathetic theatrical representation of the Harker brothers is alternated with the story of the original events, which had taken place before decades before and shot with a careful visual invoice. Once the story is up to date and updated, the story follows the drift of the two less-capable members of the Harker family and their best friend, another stunning and hot spell, while chasing it again and again trying to get out of a Money mess increasingly more and more complicated. In addition, these three but-that-very-stupid idiots are surrounded by a whole town of swordsmen, a nymphoid writer of romantic vampire novels, an old psychopathic neighbor and her ex-priest husband specializing in possessions, and a trio of police officers, two of them black who star in a curious gag at the Cabin Fever once the film credits have finished… (See full review at Korova Kino Bar)

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