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Seed 2007 123movies

Seed 2007 123movies

Scary as HellApr. 27, 200790 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Max Seed, a mass murderer, is scheduled for execution at the hands of Warden Wright. Before the executioner throws the switch, Wright steps in front of Seed, “Do you have any last words?” Seed, ” I’ll see you again.” After three attempts to electrocute, complete with boiling blood that steeps from his eyes, he’s still alive. The executioner, Wright & the doctor collectively agree, that the breathing Seed be pronounced dead. He is bound and buried alive. After biting & clawing his way to the surface, Seed, the blood soaked, enraged madman, is now bent on vengeance. The reign of violence that follows will redefine the boundaries of extreme gore, physical & mental torture explored through cinema.
Plot: After surviving the electric chair, convicted serial killer Max Seed is buried alive. He digs himself out of the grave and goes on a killing spree. Taking revenge on the men who put him there and random unfortunates alike.
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Seed 2007 123movies 1 Seed 2007 123movies 23.1/10 Votes: 6,950
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Seed 2007 123movies 7 Seed 2007 123movies 23.9 Votes: 80 Popularity: 6.493

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The human waste
Consider for a moment what it must be like to be Uwe Boll. Somewhere, perhaps in those places that Jack Nicholson said ‘you don’t talk about at parties’, Boll knows that David Lean had head lice as a child that had more talent for film making than him. Gore Whores, metal-heads and the socially dysfunctional may bump into him on the circuit and tell him otherwise but general audiences find the Teutonic helmsman’s output so bereft of originality, wit or imagination that he’s become the internet’s bogeyman – an online discursive synonym for photochemical excrement. Boll does his best to ride over these naysayers, exploiting tax credits available in Germany and Canada to keep working and raising money from a network of dentists as Zero Mostel did with old ladies in The Producers. The difference being that Mostel’s character knew he was making bowel fill. Maybe Uwe knows it too.

Such is the level of hostility toward each new ‘Bollbuster’ that IMDb patrons sabotage their ratings by voting 1 before they’ve seen it. Boll’s attempts at silencing his critics by challenging them to a boxing match and knocking them out just made them more determined. Indeed he’s probably the only filmmaker that’s boosted thesaurus sales as critics search for inventive ways of describing garbage.

This onslaught has made Uwe a very thick skinned man, so much so that he must feel like he’s wrapped in a carpet, but one who feels as if he’s bullied by the entire world. Like most people in that situation he lashes out, determined to upset as many people as possible with the memory of a tearful evening holding Variety’s review of House of the Dead, never too far from the surface. This ‘I know you are but what am I’ strategy for reclaiming the initiative produced the blunt satire of Postal, which attempted to napalm the dissenters with jokes about 9/11, Christian fundamentalism, Jihad, Nazism and paedophilia. Such a litany of invective requires a satirist with the mind of Peter Cook and the visual imagination of Chris Morris but the closest Boll gets to either man is the o in their surname.

In Seed, shot back to back with the aforementioned game adaptation, Boll is back with a story about a sadistic serial murderer (is there any other kind?) who gets the chair only for two attempts to fail in permanently curtailing all signs of life. Mindful of the fictional law that says anyone still alive after 3 attempts must go free, though if you’d been fried with that much electricity why would you want to, they pronounce him legally dead and bury him, only for the disgruntled killer to resurface and begin a whirlwind tour of his gaolers.

Boll begins his ‘exploration of nihilistic rage’ with Seed watching footage of animals being tortured for experimental purposes. From there we’re treated to the killer’s stock in trade – kidnapping dogs, babies and grown women and allowing them to starve to death on camera only to become maggot food. We’re invited to reflect on what a depraved race of amoral meat sacks we all are – our inhumanity to each other and our fellow creatures acting as a lighting rod that acts as a catalyst for the most disgusting vestiges of the human condition. Yes, we’re worthless, gormless sadists and worse than that, we won’t give Uwe a good rating on the IMDb. In short, humanity is bunk.

Of course you might think that Uwe relies on our worst excesses for his livelihood and with that in mind it’s a bit of a bipolar piece, on one hand hating its audience and positively basting itself in the sour milk of human kindness – the milk that poor old Boll has had to drink for so long, while simultaneously whipping out its member and inviting those with a pornographic lust for on screen depravity to marvel at its sheer arse splitting girth.

The result says nothing about society and its discontents, more the corrosive effect bad press is having on its director. Poor Uwe is obviously a very angry man – one scene in which a poor woman gets her brains hammered to a pulp while tied to a chair, no doubt a surrogate for his own fantasy’s about dispatching various web critics. That it’s there but takes an avant-garde approach by failing to be attached to any kind of narrative thread, shows that Boll is a pornographer whose happy to engage with the blood lust of his audience and knows that plot is surplus to requirements. He’s made a film which is competently shot but utterly desolate. “I wanted to make a horror movie that was no fun” Boll told the audience at the film’s world premiere and he has, on that flimsy manifesto, succeeded but if this was supposed to convince the director’s detractors that he was a serious genre filmmaker, he’ll need something genuine to say as well as a better, more original way of saying it.

Review By: David_Frames Rating: 1 Date: 2007-08-28
Execrable
So, Uwe Boll does a serial killer flick, albeit one with a supernatural slant. A hulking masked killer is sent to the electric chair only to come back from the dead, seeking revenge. This is by far the worst Boll film I’ve seen, worse even than BLOODRAYNE and ALONE IN THE DARK, because it manages to be completely offensive as well as execrable.

The film begins with needless scenes of real-life animal torture provided by PETA. They’re there to shock, and that’s it. Then we watch various things die, including a baby in the most distressing scene. More junk designed to shock and desensitise the viewer. Finally the film becomes a predictable, shot-in-the-dark slasher flick, with a random killer murdering endless cops and innocent victims.

Later on, there’s a stand-out scene of Seed beating in a woman’s head in a kitchen which lasts for around five minutes. That’s it – just mindless sadism, unnecessary and completely stupid. SEED is as bad as it can be, with rubbish performances, really bad production values, zero story, and awful direction. Michael Pare might be the king of B-movies but he needs to see sense and stop appearing in movies like this one.

Review By: Leofwine_draca Rating: 1 Date: 2015-09-30

Other Information:

Original Title Seed
Release Date 2007-04-27
Release Year 2006

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Budget 10000000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Horror
Director Uwe Boll
Writer Uwe Boll
Actors Michael Paré, Will Sanderson, Ralf Moeller
Country Canada
Awards 2 wins
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Seed 2007 123movies
Original title Seed
TMDb Rating 3.9 80 votes

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