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The Suffering Bible
Five acts, linked by a common thread, that shape a story that digs into the deepest human emotions and themes of devoutness, told using the crudest hues of horror. Sacred and profane, merged with sin and madness, a tale that will haunt you long after you watch it.
It is a performances centric movie
It's simply great fun, a winsome film and an occasionally over-the-top luxury fantasy that never flags.
It is interesting even when nothing much happens, which is for most of its 3-hour running time. Read full review
It is encouraging that the film ends so strongly.Otherwise, it wouldn't have been a particularly memorable film
When the movie started with screaming and craziness at the beginning I thought to myself 'oh god here we go, another over dramatised film with no story.' After a while though, I had realised I was in fact wrong and they were about to skip backwards and forwards to fill in any gaps we have so we feel like we know these people, who are acting on behalf of a true story. It was nice that they did take a lot of time showing us their relationship, beginning too end so we can understand who, why and how. My opinion on the two lead roles is surprising, for the first half of the film I thought the female had only been cast for her looks to be honest but again, I was wrong. She did a decent job and surpassed my expectations. The main lead, hmm he was very bluh but this might of been mainly due to the script. I don't know if he died in the film or survived, that's how much I cared for his character and after watching his fiancée cry in a boat alone at the end, I had come to the conclusion he was in fact dead. I'll be honest, the film didn't make that clear enough to me in the sense that one minute he was there and the next he was not. I just struggled to care. The issue with these kinds of films is how they have to space out the little they do on the boat in the runtime of an hour and half/two hours, it can be a challenge. So film makers in this genre fill it in with little substance, which is a problem with a film where not much happens. In the case of this film, they did a decent job with trying to fill those spaces with guitar solos, sardines and beer. They had the option of doing this as the boat had these resources, other wise it would have been a lot more of an Open Water style where you literally just see the water and two people for the best part of an hour (I didn't mind Open Water) but it's nice that in this film they try to show survival and what the body and mind goes through when struggling at the worst conditions imaginable. They show the female lead fighting to stay alive, honestly made me feel like I'd hate to be in that situation. I've rated it so low for a number of reasons, one of which I've aleady mention; the long repeated scenes with not much happening. I can't rate any film high that nearly sends me to sleep, disliked Gravity for this same reason. I like stuck out at sea films, don't get me wrong but I believe this isn't ground breaking stuff and can be easily repeated by following directors. I would like it if they did a film based on the true story of one of these big ships that went missing with loads of people on it, bermuda triangle style? I don't know if this would work but I'm putting it out there. So yes this film wasn't terrible, if you like your sea films then it's worth a watch to pass the time but I don't think I'll be rewatching it any time soon.5/10
We already know this demon is completely impervious to everything hence invincible hence why is there a sequel? Or prequel... whatever.The film wastes no time on gore and action, I'll give it that. From the first minute - it's on, which can't be said of many horror films that waste time on "character study" and "build-up". Unfortunately, the flick also wastes no time on being stupid.1. A truck that attacks cops and contains dozens of corpses is practically ABANDONED by cops, towed away like some ordinary vehicle by just two of them. DUMB.2. The demon leaves the two cops - then comes back. Why did he leave in the first place? Why did he kill just one of them? Demons work in mysterious ways.3. And why does the female cop point her gun at him - while he's killing another cop - yet doesn't shoot? This is a COP, aren't they supposed to be trigger-happy? If there is anything that should trigger the happiness to pull the trigger, it's facing a demon. Hasn't Hollywood's Left been telling us for decades that American cops can't wait to kill someone? DUMB.4. Why isn't the army involved? The cops use an ancient machine-gun instead, as if the military is too busy to send troops to help out this town. Because OBVIOUSLY every little town should be able to handle a major supernatural threat on their own, without pestering the Pentagon for help.5. The four teens discovering the truck - a fun scene but so stupid.6. "No phone service here". Really? 2017, and still we have the new-old "can't get a signal here" baloney. Horror writers and mobile phones: they just can't seem to solve that obstacle. Writers of thrillers and horrors must hate mobile phones.7. OK, fine, we know the demon is powerful and a world-class athlete and all, but how the hell did it manage to impale both teens with one spear throw when the teens were running away next to each other as opposed to one behind the other? Even "Transporter 3" doesn't play around with basic laws of physics to such a silly extent.8. That stupid argument between the cops over the demon's severed hand. There are better ways to do exposition. And there are times when no exposition is needed: we get it, the hand is key, stop boring us with nonsense.9. The fat cop's only purpose seems to be to be a nuisance and for others to waste screen time trying to convince him to get on with the program.10. Does the guy who directed/wrote this even know how a ricochet works? Ricochet doesn't mean "goes back to sender" as Salvo seems to believe. Pretty silly.11. The truck driver turns his back on the monster to phone the cops. Why must everyone be an imbecile, Salvo?Despite being stupid, it's not an awful movie because it isn't too boring and visually it avoids the modern trappings of being mono-colour. It's refreshing to see a normal-looking horror film that isn't filmed through drab blue-grey filters. Would have been a tighter film if it'd been trimmed 15 minutes or so; lousy useless dialog and other nonsense waste screen time.
Having lost someone to the "Bush Lie" I found this film to be deeply insensitive to people like me who have lost someone to the war. This film makes it look like Veterans families don't mind that their spouses go off to war. It makes everyone look like we don't question the reasons "why"? The story line of the Veterans Museum is also one big joke! Also the fact that the main character doesn't have a problem going back to a war zone (After Alll He Will Be Killing People) because he wants to be with his troop friends. I know this is a Hallmark Movie and they will not do anything that will "Rock the Boat" but glamorizing war is just "State Run Television". If that confuses you "Look it up". In general this film made me sick!
The title made me sound sad, now i'm going to make myself sound sadder still. I saw my first episode of screenwipe halfway through series 4. I had just finished watching QI on BBC4, i was going to turn it off when Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe started and i couldn't move I just sat and watched it through to the end completely captivated my only movement being when i laughed- most of the time then. After that i have watched it religiously and i suggest everyone else does the same.When series five came out last week i didn't even want to miss the advert break that came before it. My debating club finished at ten and i ran home to be back in time to watch it at the proper time. The next day i tuned into i-player and watched it again, i watched it another 4 times before the next episode came out yesterday.If a program can be so good as to captivate me like that and turn me into some mad obsessive it surely has to be worth a try. Watch it! I don't think i need to say anymore.