Cradle Of Fear
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Cradle of Fear [Director's Cut]Cradle of Fear (zu deutsch: ‚Wiege der Angst', britischer Alternativtitel: Frightfest) ist ein britischer Horror- und Gore-Film von Alex Chandon aus dem Jahr staabvr.com - Kaufen Sie Cradle of Fear - Director's Cut günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details. Originaltitel, Cradle of Fear. Genre, Horror. Filmart, Spielfilm (Darsteller). Regie, Alex Chandon. Darsteller, Emily Booth,Louie Brownsell,Eileen Daly.
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Alex Chandon. Oct 6, Pragmatic Pictures Ltd. Dani Filth The Man. David McEwen Kemper. Edmund Dehn Inspector Neilson.
Emily Booth Mel. Eileen Daly Natalie. Melissa Forti Nikki. Louie Brownsell Nick. Emma Rice Emma. Stuart Laing Richard. Alex Chandon Director. Alex Chandon Screenwriter.
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Any other special effects besides the make-up looks very amateurish Like that attempt to a realistic car crash, for example.
There's no tension or atmosphere to detect anywhere Cradle of Fear is a failure and a missed opportunity to say the least. With the presence of death-metal icon Danni Filth from the band Cradle of filth..
Troubled girls and boys who take pleasure in worrying their parents by watching crap like this. And then people keep complaining that the amount of suicides and juvenile delinquency is increasing I can imagine that this movie can cause a lot of damage when you're easily influenced or dispose of an unstable mind.
For every self-respecting horror fan, this movie is an insult. Simscar 27 August This film is a very funny film.
The violence is bad, the acting is Well Dani, stick to singing or screaming or whatever the hell it is you usually do. The random chicks wearing hardly anything is just to catch sexually-frustrated goth lads in.
Personally, i think this movie really does suck. The story and characters COULD be very good, if say the directing, the actors and other little nibby things were made better.
But the film is just bad, the only reason why people like this piece of crap is because it has Danni in it. This film is possibly the worst B-rate film ever.
And, believe me that's hard to achieve, especially when you're competing with Def by Temptation and over crappy excuses for "serious" horror movies.
I'm not a CoF fan, and so i just see this as another rubbish movie A really bad one. If Dani made this as a comedy then, good going him.
Very well done. Over than that though, i rate it low, for it's crappiness. Watch it when you're in a happy, happy, joy, joy mode so you can laugh at everything or if you're high on multiple different types of drugs.
Amateurish mess of a movie. SMALL SPOILERS! SCoRN [UK] 8 April The only thing this movie has going for it is 'some' well executed gore effects.
NOTHING else. Alex Chandon's directing skills haven't really improved from the days of Bad Karma. Even if it was all gore it's not , you'd still be wishing it was all over come the half way mark.
Fantastic knife through the cheek mouth effect - all in one shot. Cool Head popping at the end, the rest was either badly filmed or was just plain cheesy.
The UK dvd screams UNCUT all over the box. Rumour has it the UK distributor not Chandon pre cut it, who cares. Not since Caligula have I considered turning off the movie half-way through Unfortunately, I did make it all the way through.
Make sure that you do not. It's not that Cradle of Fear is shocking or gory or scary or frightening or sexual. It's that it's not any of those things, yet it so desperately wants to be all of them.
Instead, it's boring, trite, ordinary, predictable, and unexceptionally poorly executed shot on video, high school special effects, no sense of even basic visual storytelling, dialog barely audible This movie is proof for the argument that even the straight-to-video distributors need to draw a line in the sand somewhere.
Cradle of Fear This isn't a movie where intricate delicate little narrative nuances occupy our attention. This is not a film where the special effects are supposed to leave us slack-jacked uttering that sense of whoa.
What it is though is a slice of lo-fi goth horror which leaves little to the imagination, created in the eyes of the director, Alex Chandon, as "a throwback to sleazy '70s and '80s horror".
This is a very visceral experience for 2 hours, where four plot lines are connected through lots of watery blood, reams of dismembered body parts and innards, tied by an intestinal thread of revenge.
The purveyor of such horrific violence is Dani Filth, lead-singer of the metal band Cradle of Filth, executing a role he was destined to play.
As other's have said, there is nothing new about wanting to carryout occultist revenge. In this particular context a convicted sexual predator and murderer, Kemper, the father of our devilish avenging-angel, compels his son to exact retribution on those who are some how connected to convicting him to purgatory within an insane asylum.
What this provides for the Chandon, who should be congratulated on also penning and editing this piece, is the opportunity to let his sick mind run free.
He seems to take delight in the idea of splattering blood into the orifices of those on screen, and into every nook and cranny that can be reached.
We are also treated to close-ups of skull's being crushed, demonic rape, and other assorted imagery to engage those who relish getting up close and personal to their horror.
And for some of those who closely follow these type of films, there is the odd sequence which may have you thinking, "Did I just see what I thought I did", because of course Pretty Woman this 'aint.
It reminds me of some of the gore-fests created out of Italian horror some 20 to 30 years ago, and a number of other works where disgusting images have left their mark but not the context in which they were viewed.
Story 4 of the set is particularly intriguing where the idea of ones obsession can ultimately lead to death in the pursuit of internet violence through the "Sick Room", where the user is in control of how a life can be snuffed out.
Further acknowledgements should also go out to a pounding soundtrack that allows Filth to exercise his daytime talent, and an effective use of drum and bass, often overlooked in film-making as a viable form of supporting visuals.
Using the city of London as a backdrop with real people as opposed to movie stand-ins also adds support to the commando feel of the film.
OK, classic it may not be, but blood, guts, intestines, occult and demons in a slightly perverse unproblematic way it is. TheRich 21 January I expected of course violence and gore at its finest, as that is what Mr Filth can be portrayed as, amongst a plot line.
But dear god, I was oh so wrong. This movie seriously bites, big time. Being a low budget film haha, wait, make that ZERO BUDGET , this obviously lacks the beautiful Howard Stern orchestra musical scores and the Spielberg special effects.
Nope, it's all one camera, bad angles, and bad blood scenes. Take for example when our star and violent fiend, Mr Filth, violently kills a mugger.
A grab at the throat, and blood spits out, but oh my, it looks like there's a juice packet filled with fake blood in the man's shirt.
To you Cradle Of Filth fans: You'll hear two songs throughout the movie, but with the camera angles and shoddy filming, they drag the overall pleasure of the song DOWN.
My final comment: Steer well away from it. It's blood, gore, breasts, and hey, even a shoddy story to go with it.
So if you like appalling violence, near no voices yes, there's hardly any words in this movie , then by all means, buy it.
But if shoddy movies isn't your thing, then avoid it. Don't waste your money. Systematicer 17 October I thought the camera wasn't bad at all for a cheap movie like this, and also the atmosphere wasn't too bad.
There is no real reason for most things people do and the way they react to what happens. Although I do think that about a lot of movies, in this case it was horrible, of course.
It ripped off some movies SO badly just for single scenes. The acting was bad but I've seen worse. The movie was bad but I've seen worse. Watching this film is an experience between boredom, laughing fits, death wish, sadism, horniness and entertainment on a low level.
So if you like gory movies with stupid plots this one is the right film for you. By all accounts, this could have been an interesting film. Featuring a score by the mighty Cradle Of Filth, starring their frontman Dani and being hyped up as "the future of British horror", I expected Alex Chandon's gore fest to live up to the hype.
I was wrong. Everything about this film is either cliche or inept. The short story anthology setup was done to death and much better in the seventies and eighties.
Admittedly, the idea of 'the sick room' did send a chill down my spine, but as with most of the film was let down by bad script writing and acting.
Chandon cannot write dialogue. Every sentence with the main police investigator is brim full with swearing and insolence the typical 'cop on the edge' formula.
No Chandon, you are not Tarantino. The Man Emily Booth Mel as Emily Bouffante Stuart Laing Richard Edmund Dehn Inspector Neilson Eileen Daly Natalie Rebecca Eden Sophie Louie Brownsell Nick David McEwen Kemper Willie Evans The Short Man Emma Rice Emma Melissa Forti Nikki Al Stokes The Old Man Barry Lee-Thomas Chief Inspector Roper Sara Kunz Ross as Sarah Kunz Mark Rathbone Edit Storyline A gruesome homage to the cult Amicus anthology Asylum, Cradle of Fear unfolds four screamplays all linked by the unspeakable need of an incarcerated child killer to wreak vengeance on those responsible for his imprisonment.
Taglines: It's Not If They Die It's How. Genres: Horror. Edit Did You Know? Trivia The doctor that Nick visits is Dr.
West, a probable reference to H. Lovecraft's "Herbert West-Reanimator. Lovecraft was also responsible for writing other Gothic works such as Call of Cthulhu which were inspirations to Cradle of Filth.
Goofs When Melissa and Nikki go into the bathroom to do there make up they both have their dog collars on, but when they come out and walk in shots they both have it on then it disappears in the next shot.
Quotes Chief Inspector Roper : Sit down Pete. We got the lab results back, you're not gonna like it.
The finger-print on the medalion is Kemper's. Detective Neilson : You're having a fucking laugh aren't you sir?
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