31 ist ein US-amerikanisch-britischer Horrorfilm aus dem Jahr Regie führte Rob Zombie, der auch das Drehbuch schrieb. Der durch Crowdfunding. Der neueste Film von Multitalent und Genre-Spezialist Rob Zombie ("Das Haus der Leichen", "TDR - The Devil's Rejects"). Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "31 - A Rob Zombie Film" von Rob Zombie: Allein der Name schon: Rob Zombie. Klar, dass hinter diesem Künstlernamen ein.
Die Filmstarts-Kritik zu 31 - A Rob Zombie Film31 - A Rob Zombie Film ein Film von Rob Zombie mit Sheri Moon Zombie, Malcolm McDowell. Inhaltsangabe: In der Nacht vor Halloween ist eine Gruppe von. Einen Grund gibt es dafür nicht. Eine willkürliche Entscheidung des Autors und Regisseurs Rob Zombie, der für 31 wohl nur dieses Jahr. In Rob Zombies Horrorfilm 31 werden fünf Schausteller gekidnappt und dazu gezwungen, ein blutrünstiges Spiel miteinander zu spielen. Komplette Handlung und.
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It's all very realistic, and if you actually pay attention, it feels like you're in the movie yourself. You've got a league of massive icons, major veterans, and newcomers bringing these amazing characters to life.
The awesome score has it's vibes from classic 70s and 80s horror scores, and as always, from a Rob Zombie film, the soundtrack is filled with super golden oldies.
As a horror fan, I'm always rooting for the villains, but in this feature, the good characters are badasses, too, and it's really a tough choice for me to root for sides.
Sheri Moon Zombie's performance as Charley is extremely impressive. At first her character is weak and girlish, but as she fights from one level to another for survival with her team of carnies, she gains more resiliency and transforms into more of a warrior.
The Iconic Meg Foster as Venus is the toughest and wisest of them all; believe it or not, you'll get to see her wielding a chainsaw against a maniac, and she really looks great for her age, too.
I really loved Roscoe, played by Jeff Daniel Phillips, who's more of a badass in the entire team of carnies; he's a fighter and he never quits. I would definitely love to see a movie mainly about E.
Another interesting character who's movie I would love to see is This man may look like a clown, with his grease painted makeup; but trust me, folks, this chaotic individual ain't no clown, and he definitely ain't no Joker clowning around from the Batman Universe; he ain't playing around when it comes to his job.
A new face of horror which is truly iconic is finally here and he is known as Doomhead, played by Richard Brake, who's performance is extremely phenomenal.
I believe Richard badly needs an Oscar for his role as Doomhead, the greatest performance I've ever seen in a long time. I've been wondering why there are bad reviews for a movie like this.
Well, I guess the audience nowadays are mostly into horror films in the mainstream world which are being too friendly with PG13 ratings and CGI effects or whatever.
I, on the other hand, will never waste my time doing negative reviews, because I know everything isn't easy to do in life and not everyone on the planet has the same taste for everything.
Some of the audience were expecting it to be more gory, but they forget that it's because of the MPAA, why we never really get to see the NC17 version of "31".
I really hope the uncut version will be available on home video someday, though I'm still happy that at least we got to see this Rated R version of "31".
I've been a fan of Rob Zombie's movies since I was a kid and this man has never disappointed me in any of his works and till this very day, he's always passionate for the horror genre.
He's not doing it for the fame or making number 1 movies at the box office; he's actually doing it for his fans, and I'm proud to say that I'm one of them.
When I saw "31" for the very first time, I was just blown away from start to finish as it was so good, I had to watch it over and over again.
It's kinda strange, too, because whenever I watch it, I feel there's a lot of positive and inspirational messages I get from this movie, and there's a really powerful message at the ending which is pretty similar to "The Devil's Rejects" and it's one of the best endings I've ever seen in a long time.
BigZeeChamp Oct 26, I understand that it is an unpopular opinion, but I love this film. I concede the fact that it doesn't have much substance, and the characters apart from the villains are pretty boring, but for me, it was a lot of fun.
After reading the synopsis of the movie, I went in thinking it was I understand that it is an unpopular opinion, but I love this film.
After reading the synopsis of the movie, I went in thinking it was just going to be an entertaining, bloody horror movie, which is exactly what it was.
I personally think you have to that you shouldn't go into every movie in the same state of mind.
You shouldn't watch every movie looking for a deep story and amazing cinematography. If a movie is designed just to be some silly fun, which I feel this movie was meant to be, then you should watch it expecting some silly fun.
So if you only love top quality everything, you probably won't enjoy this film. But if you just want an entertaining, crazy horror, then this movie certainly delivers.
DirigiblePulp Dec 12, It's one of Zombie's lesser works probably, but there's still enough going on here to recommend. Hunter Johnson "Malvolia: the Queen of Screams" Justin M.
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Daily , and Malcolm McDowell. A period piece set in , the film is about five carnies , who are kidnapped by a gang of clowns called "The Heads".
The carnies are forced to play a survival game called "31", where they are chased by the clowns through a maze of rooms over 12 hours. The penalty for capture being torture and murder, while bets are placed on their progress.
The film was crowdfunded online twice at fanbacked. During Halloween , a group of carnival workers, Charly, Venus, Panda, Levon and Roscoe gleefully travel through the countryside.
Later that night, the group is attacked by people disguised as scarecrows and taken to a strange, large building where three elderly people wearing aristocratic clothes, powdered wigs and make up — known as Sister Dragon, Sister Serpent and their leader, Father Napoleon-Horatio-Silas Murder — tell them that they are going to play the game "31" and that it will last for the next 12 hours.
The group is placed in a series of maze-like set of rooms, where they must defend themselves against the "Heads", several murderous clowns who intend to torture and murder them, all the while the group are given odds for their survival and bets are placed on them.
The protagonists come across five "Heads": Sick-Head, Psycho-Head, Schizo-Head, Death-Head and Sex-Head. The carnies eventually manage to kill their assailants, but not without sustaining their own casualties, with only Charly, Venus and Roscoe left alive.
The remaining three try to find a way out, but only manage to get one of their number — Venus — trapped inside a boiler room, where she is brutally murdered by the final Head, Doom-Head, who was brought in by the aristocrats to join the game.
Doom-Head taunts Charly and Roscoe, telling them that the doors have been opened to the outside world. The two manage to make it to one of the exits, however Roscoe urges Charly to go on without him, as the night's event has left him too severely wounded to progress.
Roscoe is then stabbed to death by Doom-Head. Charly, who made it outside but found herself in the middle of nowhere, makes her way into an abandoned house where she is ambushed by Doom-Head.
He almost defeats her, however Doom-Head is stopped by the aristocrats, who tell him that time has run out and Charly must go free. The aristocrats are concerned that Charly is the first person to win "31".
This doesn't satisfy Doom-Head; later he catches up with Charly, who is covered in blood and headed down an isolated road.
He alights from a van and takes out his daggers as he and Charly prepare for one last confrontation as the film ends, leaving their fates unknown.
Plans to create 31 were first announced in May via a teaser poster that showed the words "a Rob Zombie film", a bloody clown face, and the number "31".
Zombie commented on the speculation, stating that it would not follow Captain Spaulding and would be an original story and was not based on any previous work.
Zombie also stated that he would use crowdfunding to cover part of the movie's costs, because "as the years go on, the game changes all the time, and a movie that you could get made years ago, you cannot get made anymore, because the business changes, things change.
Zombie came up with the idea for 31 after reading a statistic that stated that Halloween is the "Number One day of the year when people go missing for some reason" and thought that it would make a good premise for a film.
On September 1, Fathom Events hosted a special premiere of 31 in cinemas across the United States.
The site's consensus reads, " 31 delivers all the high-energy gore Rob Zombie fans have come to expect, but a lack of fresh ideas and likable characters mean only the already converted need apply".
Much of the negative reaction to the film centered around claims that the film was forced and unoriginal, with Variety writing that the "energetic exercise in forced badassery will be too silly and self-conscious to feel genuinely edgy, despite all the blood spilt and familiar taboos violated.