Jun 11, 1996 · 60. R 1 hr 55 min Jun 11th, 1996 Mystery, Thriller, Action, Drama. U.S. Marshall John Kruger erases the identities of people enrolled in the Witness …
Jun 21, 1996 · ERASER is a cool, better than expected action film with great special effects, two appealing leads, and a package full of car explosions and other assortments of surprises and tricks. Sure, ERASER may not be a "classic" action film, but entertaining, it definitely is. A better plot though, can prove to be very conducive for a film of this caliber...6.1/10(106.6K)
Although not his best work, Eraser is a pleasant action film, and he directs it with confidence and gives it an edge to really make it engaging.35%
Sep 26, 2011 · This is a short film about Erasure's new album, the Frankmusik produced 'Tomorrow's World', which is released on October 3rd 2011 (October 11th in the USA) a...Author: erasureinfo
Jul 13, 2013 · Erasure: Directed by Benjamin Ryan Schwartz. With Alexander Devrient, Audreyann Myers, Anna Dawson, Marcus Stiglegger. Powerless and depressed, Paul visits a dodgy hospital to undergo an experimental procedure.
Eraserhead Theatrical release poster Directed byDavid Lynch Written byDavid Lynch Produced byDavid Lynch Starring Jack Nance Charlotte Stewart Allen Joseph Jeanne Bates Judith Roberts Cinematography Frederick Elmes Herbert Cardwell Edited byDavid Lynch Music by David Lynch Fats Waller Peter Ivers Production company AFI Center for Advanced Studies Distributed byLibra Films Release date March …
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British Video of the Year. The shot took seven takes to get right. In October , in order to celebrate their 30 years in the music industry, Erasure released an updated version of "Sometimes" as a single and a new compilation album entitled Always: The Very Best of Erasure. Photos Arnold Schwarzenegger Eraser as Eraser. Film Threat. WitSec Ops 2. Archived from the original on January 11, Russian Gunman uncredited Dan Warner DeGuerin Vanessa Williams Brit Award for British Group. Video Discovery. Los Angeles Times. He will erase your past to protect your future. Chicago Tribune. Archived from the original on May 13, Danny Nucci Monroe as Monroe. The recurring images of sperm-like creatures, including the child, are a constant presence during the film's sex scenes; the apparent " girl next door " appeal of the Lady in the Radiator is abandoned during her musical number as she begins to violently smash Spencer's sperm creatures and aggressively meets his gaze. The Numbers. Warner Bros. Moore Jr. Co-Pilot uncredited Michael Oliver The First 40 Hits Pop2! So Fresh: Absolute Must See! After Bobby and his best friend Kevin are kidnapped and taken to a strange house Erasure's first three singles were commercial failures in the UK, although the third, " Oh L'amour ", charted well in Australia and a few European countries especially in France, where it still remains Erasure's only hit to date, and Germany where it was a Top 16 success. Edit page. The story follows a whistleblower that gets placed in witness protection, but becomes the target of a government conspiracy. The mixed reception of the following album, Cowboy , confirmed a decline in Erasure's popularity until the album Loveboat , which went almost unnoticed. Despite its imperfections, it's far from his worst, and like The 6th Day, is one of his most underrated films, and it's worth a second look if you enjoy his work. See all related lists ». Umbrella Entertainment. It reveals that a huge shipment of EM rifles is at the Baltimore docks and will be delivered to Russian Mafia boss Sergei Ivanovich Petrofsky Olek Krupa , who plans to sell the weapons overseas to terrorists. The original intent of these delicate weapons is for military purposes. Will the "Erasure" be able to kill them for once and for all? Illusion Stan Storc Anne Kopelson Producer. The director, cast, and production crew should have been slightly more ambitious with this film's mold Arnold Kopelson Producer. Andy Bell Vince Clarke. United Kingdom Germany. October Ironh4, However, Cyrix , a microprocessor corporation and rival of Intel, protested. The film is not too original, but it's one that is thoroughly entertaining, and is sure to please Schwarzenegger fans looking for an action packed thrill ride. Super Reviewer. Tony Mark Rolston Top credits Director Chuck Russell. Nor would they shock someone moving or speaking.
Eraserhead is a American experimental body horror film written, directed, produced, and edited by David Lynch. Lynch also created its score and sound design , which included pieces by a variety of other musicians. Shot in black and white , it was Lynch's first feature-length effort following several short films. It nonetheless spent several years in principal photography because of funding difficulties; donations from Fisk and his wife Sissy Spacek kept production afloat. It was shot on several locations owned by the AFI in California , including Greystone Mansion and a set of disused stables in which Lynch lived. Lynch and sound designer Alan Splet spent a year working on the film's audio after their studio was soundproofed. The soundtrack features organ music by Fats Waller and includes the song " In Heaven ", written and performed for the film by Peter Ivers , with lyrics by Lynch. Initially opening to small audiences and little interest, Eraserhead gained popularity over several long runs as a midnight movie. Since its release, it has earned positive reviews and is considered a cult film. Its surrealist imagery and sexual undercurrents have been seen as key thematic elements, and its intricate sound design as its technical highlight. In it was preserved in the National Film Registry by the United States Library of Congress as "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". The Man in the Planet pulls levers in his home in space while the head of Henry Spencer floats in the sky. A giant spermatozoon -like creature emerges from Spencer's mouth, floating into the void and resembling a confession. The Man in the Planet appears to control the creature with his levers, eventually making it fall into a pool of acid, where it dissolves. In an industrial cityscape, Spencer walks home with his groceries. He is stopped outside his apartment by the Beautiful Girl Across the Hall, who informs him that his girlfriend, Mary X, has invited him to dinner with her family. Spencer leaves his groceries in his apartment, which is filled with piles of dirt and dead vegetation. That night, Spencer visits X's home, conversing awkwardly with her mother. At the dinner table, he is asked to carve a chicken that X's talkative father, Bill, calls "manmade"; the bird writhes on the plate and gushes blood. After dinner, Spencer is cornered by X's mother, who asks him if he and Mary X had sexual intercourse, and then tries to kiss him. She tells him that X has had his child and that the two must marry. X, however, is not sure if what she bore is a child. The couple moves into Spencer's one-room apartment and begin caring for the child—a swaddled bundle with an inhuman, snakelike face, resembling the spermatozoon-like creature. It refuses all food, crying incessantly and intolerably. The sound drives X to hysteria, and she leaves Spencer and the child. Spencer attempts to care for the child, and he learns that it struggles to breathe and has developed painful sores. Spencer falls asleep and dreams of the Man in the Planet, as well as the Lady in the Radiator, who sings to him as she stomps upon spermatozoon-like creatures. After a sexual encounter with the Beautiful Girl Across the Hall, Spencer has a dream where he is decapitated by a creature resembling the child, revealing a stump underneath that looks like the child's face. Soon afterwards, Spencer's head sinks into a pool of blood and falls from the sky, landing on a street below. A boy finds it and takes it to a pencil factory to be turned into erasers. Crushed, Spencer returns to his room, where the child is crying. He takes a pair of scissors and for the first time removes the child's swaddling. It is revealed that the child has no skin; the bandages held its internal organs together, and they spill apart after the rags are cut. The child gasps in pain, and Spencer cuts its organs with the scissors. The wounds gush a thick liquid, covering the child. The power in the room overloads; as the lights flicker on and off, the child's head grows to huge proportions. When the lights burn out completely, the child's head is replaced by the planet. Spencer appears amidst a billowing cloud of eraser shavings. The side of the planet bursts apart, and inside, the Man in the Planet struggles with his levers, which are now emitting sparks. Spencer is embraced warmly by the Lady in the Radiator, as both white light and white noise crescendo. Writer and director David Lynch had previously studied for a career as an artist, and he had created several short films to animate his paintings. Lynch disliked the course and considered dropping out, but after being offered the chance to produce a script of his own devising, he changed his mind. He was given permission to use the school's entire campus for film sets; he converted the school's disused stables into a series of sets and lived there. Lynch had initially begun work on a script titled Gardenback , based on his painting of a hunched figure with vegetation growing from its back. Gardenback was a surrealist script about adultery, which featured a continually growing insect representing one man's lust for his neighbor. The script would have resulted in a roughly minute-long film, which the AFI felt was too long for such a figurative, nonlinear script. Several board members at the AFI were still opposed to producing such a surrealist work, but they acquiesced when Dean Frank Daniel threatened to resign if it were to be vetoed. The script is also thought to have been inspired by Lynch's fear of fatherhood;  his daughter Jennifer had been born with "severely clubbed feet ", requiring extensive corrective surgery as a child.