Cry for the Bad Man


Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 3.7 10 68

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May 06, 2020 at 05:06 AM



Camille Keaton as Marsha Kane
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683.74 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 14 min
P/S 2 / 11
1.24 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 14 min
P/S 2 / 10

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kannibalcorpsegrinder 1 / 10

Terrible home invasion effort

Wanting to take over her property, a recently-widowed homeowner is forced to fight back when the sons of a real-estate mogul in her small-town home arrive at her house intending to force her to sell to them, leading to a deadly cat-and-mouse game of survival and control of the house.

There wasn't much to like about this one. The film's only real good qualities come from the fact that this gets to the invasion incredibly quickly and continues on for nearly the rest of the film. As a series of cat-and-mouse chasing around the house blasting the place to pieces trying to get the upper hand, this gets incredibly fun when you realize that for one the home-owner has the drop on the intruders and is able to hold her own against the dim-witted sons who are outmatched and ill-equipped for the ensuing fight resulting in some brutal gore pieces. However, that provides the key for one of the main flaws here as there's no tension or suspense in a film where the hero has the advantage over the villains for just about the entire running time since they never have any kind of advantage in the situation. As well, the entire plotline and general setup for the film is entirely cliche and predictable. Nothing about the group makes them intimidating or threatening, and the idea of taking forever to get to the finale due to the incompetence of the three of them simply standing around talking with her instead of doing anything to try to get their way makes for a dull time. The motivation of going after her house for the land because they're doing a housing development in the area is completely obvious and illogical, while the strategy of going after the house against his father's wishes anyway is simply pointless considering all the talk about trying to be better men rather than losers. It all makes for a frustrating and underwhelming experience despite the frequent activity going on.

Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence and Graphic Language.

Reviewed by ASouthernHorrorFan 7 / 10

My Review Of "Cry For The Bad Man"

The story is a less than straightforward thriller that starts off with cool artistic shots of apparent tragedy. It really opens up to the more tension based thriller that it is soon there after. The concept isn't new, and "Cry For The Bad Man" clearly pays tribute to early 70's grindhouse. Most of what the film showcases is classic "woman versus bad man" suspense mixed with a lot of carnage.

The acting isn't stellar, but it maintains a strong enough presence to create recognizable characters, if not cliche, so that the story flows. There isn't a lot of down time or clunkiness to "Cry For The Bad Man". Exposition is minimal, straightforward and substantive. The dialog is short and direct and the overall story arc is entertaining to watch unfold.

The special effects are quality, practical effects and atmospheric suspenseful moments of tension. Shadowy scenes blend with gunfire and bloodshed. All of which is very reminiscent of classic grindhouse. Although "Cry For The Bad Man" isn't at the top of it's game, minor scenes where some characters lose momentum, it is a good, intense, and brutal genre piece worth checking out.

Reviewed by gothic-fiction 2 / 10

One of the worst home invasion movies I've seen.

Ok, what is there to say about this one that hasn't been said many times before about other such productions?

Clearly, the budget had a huge impact on the development, but heae me out, because this is different on one level. Instead of relying on gore, torture or kills, trying to make something that looks more natural, like movie natural I mean, they got stuck on the dialogue. There are a few such scenes in the movie, but this happens because every one of them is occupied by lots and lots of talking, related to the plot sure, but dragged for miles and miles.

It is my first such experience with a horror, where they decide to go some sort of Tarantino way perhaps, with some Carpenter audio and believe it or not the most brown blood I've seen seen in movies. Not related to red whatsoever, but completely brown, people bleeding for too much, yet, most of the movies, no kills happen. The characters just do a lot of stand-ups one with the other, and talk and talk, and yet, they don't seem to be able to talk their problems out you know.

Anyway, I can not recommend Cry for the Bad Man, but if anyone else sees this, can they please put their comment and opinion about all the talking that has being going on here. Seriously, I was surprised that they focused a movie on this alone, instead of horror, suspense, tension, something related to the genre.


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