Vagabond77

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 56% (49 of 87)
Location: Tennessee, USA
In My Own Words:
Kind of a rolling stone, never in one place for too long.
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 290,745 - Total Helpful Votes: 49 of 87
Caligula [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Malcolm McDowell
Caligula [Import] DVD ~ Malcolm McDowell
4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars I need a shower, July 18 2004
What a horrid, disgusting little movie "Caligula" is. If anyone knows much about history, then thay know that Caligula was an insane Roman Emperor who had most inappropriate relationship with a lot of women (including a prostitute and his sister), played sick games with gladiators and political opponents, and was too self absorbed for the Imperial Senate to let rule. That story would be very interesting to tell, and to film. But this is not that movie. I guess I should have known better than to go watch a Bob Guccione movie (for those of you who are unaware of who Mr. Guccione is, he is editor in cheif of "Penthouse" magazine). But I like Malcolm McDowell, and it was about one of my… Read more
Angel: Bruja by Mel Odom
Angel: Bruja by Mel Odom
5.0 out of 5 stars Road to redemption, July 18 2004
"Bruja" is another excellent novel in the "Angel" series. It was a fast read, had a little insight into family, was action packed all the way. Taking place in the first half of season one of the TV show, Angel has been on the case for a local band of vampires who have human slaves they draw blood from and then sell; kind of like a pizza delivery service for other vampires. Meanwhile, Doyle has a vision of a young woman and a baby in trouble, and sets out to find out more information about that. And Cordilia is asked by a major TV producer to help find his missing wife. And while the gang is split on their different missions, a mysterious Woman in Black has apperared out of nowhere to… Read more
Phenomena (Widescreen) <b>DVD</b> ~ Jennifer Connelly
Phenomena (Widescreen) DVD ~ Jennifer Connelly
Dario Argento's "Phenomena" is the story of young Jennifer (a very young Jennifer Connelly), who is sent to a Swiss boarading school for girls. She has a special talent for communicating with insects, especially maggots and flys. And it is a good thing, because she is going to need it to help solve a series of murders in the area. My first problem with "Phenomena" (which was relesed in the U.S. under the name "Creepers") is that it bears a large resembelence to Argento's earlier film "Susperia"; also about a young girl who moves into an all girls boarding school where weird stuff is happeneing. This film is another one of those movies that only… Read more