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Pulse [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Cliff De Young, Roxanne Hart, Joey Lawrence, Matthew Lawrence, Charles Tyner
  • Réalisateurs : Paul Golding
  • Scénaristes : Paul Golding
  • Producteurs : Bob Edwards, Patricia A. Stallone, William E. McEuen
  • Format : Dolby, Sous-titré, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Sous-titres : Français, Anglais, Japonais
  • Sous-titres pour sourds et malentendants : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Sony Pictures
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 4 octobre 2005
  • Durée : 95 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B000AM6ONK
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Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Film de 1988.Les fans de Spielberg et Stephen King apprécieront certainement ce film de genre.Un gamin va passer des vacances chez son pere et sa belle mere.Lorsqu'il arrive on lui apprend que la maison du voisin fut l'objet d'évenements bizares.Des le premier soir le garçon resté seul dans la maison s'aperçois que des phenomenes électriques anormaux se produisent.Le poste de t.v.,la radio,l'éclairage,tout "déconne".De plus il entend des voix dans les fils électriques.Meme si l'histoire parait réellement invraissemblable,le film est assez bien réalisé,et se laisse regarder! (043396011595) lisible en lecteur region 2.
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HASH(0x9231e7d4) étoiles sur 5 A Real "Killer" B Movie (one of 237!) 6 février 2015
Par D. Scott Apel - Publié sur Amazon.com
This review is an excerpt from my book "Killer B's: The 237 Best Movies On Video You've (Probably) Never Seen," which is available as an ebook on Amazon. If you enjoy this review, there are 236 more like it in the book (plus a whole lot more). Check it out!

PULSE: What do you do--and where do you go--when your own house is trying to kill you? This suburban horror story casts a sly eye on sinister images of ordinary household items. We all take electricity for granted; the insidious center of this flick lies in investing energy itself with a malevolent intelligence, made all the more chilling by its amorphous nature and ubiquitous presence. Mesmerizing close-ups of circuits, dissolving wire wraps, and solder melting and reforming as the current reprograms the appliances make the most mundane machines appear malicious.

Pulse begins slowly, but builds into a killer thriller in the final half hour and includes some excellent effects in the finale, as the house literally holds the humans hostage. Former teen idol Joey ("Whoa!") Lawrence is cute, but Tyner, as the eccentric old electrician who provides the exposition, is the real scene-stealer. You'll probably want to leave a light on when you watch this one. Then again, maybe not...
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HASH(0x9231ebdc) étoiles sur 5 Destroy Your Home, Before It Destroys You!... 23 octobre 2008
Par Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
PULSE is about electricity gone bad. A young boy named David (Joey Lawrence) travels from his mum's home in Colorado to stay w/ his dad (Cliff De Young) in California. Little does he know that a freakish bolt of lightning has unleashed an eeevil, homicidal intelligence into the electric grid! This PULSE has taken up residence in a transformer just outside David's new abode, and has already jolted a neighbor to death! I was expecting another hilarious appliances-gone-mad movie like GHOST IN THE MACHINE, and was a bit disappointed by the ultra-slow build-up and lack of killer dishwashers, but the story was fairly engaging in a sappy sort of way. Joey Lawrence was a decent actor for his age, and should have done more than become a teen semi-icon. Oh well...
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HASH(0x9231ec54) étoiles sur 5 A LESS THAN ELECTRIFYING TALE OF TERROR... 9 septembre 2002
Par lawyeraau - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is a moderately entertaining film about a house in which the electricity, the appliances, the boiler, the garbage disposal, the television, the water...ok,ok, you get my drift...become deadly threats to those who live in that house.
Eleven year old David (Joey Lawrence) goes to stay with his father, Bill (Cliff De Young), and his second wife, Ellen (Roxanne Hart), David's new step-mother, for the summer in their new house. They do everything to make him comfortable. David learns from a neighborhood friend, however, that the house next door was destroyed in a terrible, violent tragedy that cost the occupants their lives.
One night while home alone, David notices that the television seems to take on a life of its own. Soon, he begins to hear the house pulsating, as does Ellen. Bill, however, decides otherwise, thinking them inordinately paranoid, until he, too, hears the pulsating. Then, look out! It is every man for himself.
There is a fair amount of tension in the film, but it is still fairly predictable. The performances, however, are good, and the film manages to entertain, if not electrify, the viewer. It is a film worth renting, not buying.
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HASH(0x9231efe4) étoiles sur 5 "Do you think something could be wrong with the electricity?" 12 décembre 2005
Par cookieman108 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I have a mental block...whenever I hear the name of actor Cliff De Young, I immediately picture Dennis De Young, former lead singer of the band Styx. So when I saw Cliff De Young was one of the stars of the film Pulse (1988), I thought to myself "Wow, I didn't know Mr. Roboto made a movie." Interestingly enough, Cliff did actually start out in the music industry in a band called Clear Light, in the late 1960s. Once the group broke up, he began appearing on Broadway, eventually making it into movies. Written and directed by Paul Golding (Beat Street), the film Pulse features, as I mentioned, Cliff De Young (The Hunger, F/X, The Skateboard Kid), who, as far as I can tell, has no relation to the former lead singer of the band Styx, along with Roxanne Hart (Highlander), and Joseph `Joey' Lawrence (Summer Rental, Adventures in Babysitting). Also appearing is Charles Tyner (The Longest Yard, The Outlaw Josey Wales, Evilspeak), Robert `Mike Damone' Romanus (Fast Times at Ridgemont High), and brother to Joey, Matthew Lawrence (Planes, Trains & Automobiles, Mrs. Doubtfire)...do the Lawrence's implement some kind of contractual obligation where depending on which one you want in your film, you must also take one of the brothers?

All right, the film starts off with lighting striking a power station, and an odd surge makes its way through the system...well, I don't suppose that good for anyone. Following the power lines out, we're eventually taken to a Californian suburb, specifically the home of Bill (De Young) and Ellen (Hart) Rockland. Seems there's a disturbance, followed by silence, in the house across the street, and the police are called. What the authorities find isn't pretty (a dead body), but certainly odd (severe, electrical and flooding damage). Later on Bill retrieves his son David (Joey Lawrence) from the airport (seems Bill and his wife, David's mother, are divorced, and Bill has since remarried), as David is going to spend the summer with his father and stepmother. David's kind of a poison pill, as he's obviously not too psyched about spending the summer away from home, despite Bill and Ellen's attempt to make the best of things (I think David is in need of a kick in the pants). Anyway, some stuff happens and the appliances in the house begins to act all wicky wacky, at least initially around David. David learns a bit about what happened in the death house across the street from his new friend Stevie (Matthew Lawrence), and begins to put two and two together (to get six). Bill thinks David's fears are irrational and stem from separation anxiety, or something like that, but Ellen also begins to notice the strangeness. Soon afterwards, it appears a malicious spirit has entered the Rockland home through the power lines, and is now intent on killing everyone utilizing appliances, power tools, and what not as its weapons of choice. Will the Rockland's be able to `pull the plug', or will they get their fuses permanently blown by the malicious entity inhabiting the wiring of their house?

I thought this movie was decent (in a TV movie sort of way), but I was a little disappointed the malignant force that came through the power lines wasn't a little more clearly defined...I mean, what the heck was it? A satanic spirit? Devilish demon? Pesky poltergeist? Spunky specter? I don't always need everything to be explained away, but given the amount of attention given to this indeterminate evil, some elucidation would have been appreciated (you can tell its evil because when it got into the television and/or VCR and messed up David's rental tape, and Ellen ended up having to buy the now defective VHS tape from the video store for $60...EEEEVIL!). While I though Cliff De Young did a decent job, I really didn't care much for his character, specifically in the beginning as it seemed the arrival of his son was more of an imposition at times rather than something he really wanted (both he and his wife Ellen seemed conspicuously absent much of the time)...in his defense, David was kind of a snotty kid in general (check out the scene where he's going to steal the family car and drive himself to the airport). I think the one aspect, with regards to the characters, that annoyed me more than anything else in this film was something I'd guess the director probably had little control over, and that was the casting of both the Lawrence boys in the film. The boys were supposed to be neighbor kids, but seriously, given their obvious, physical similarities, were we really supposed to believe they were just two unrelated boys from different families? I suspect when the filmmakers tried to cast Joey Lawrence, the Lawrence family and/or manager agreed only after foisting the younger Matthew (who was just a little too cute, for my tastes, sporting his soup bowl haircut) on the production. I really despise this sort of Hollywood nepotism, unless it actually fits within the scheme of the story (i.e. casting the boys as brothers within the story). I suppose it's unfair for me to take this out on the film itself, but it did stick in my craw. As far as Roxanne Hart, I thought she did well enough up until the point when her character started wigging out, with very little incentive. The basis for her freak seemed less than necessary, at least prior to the sequence involving her and the shower (the water heater kicked into overdrive). I think my favorite performance came from character actor Charles Tyner, as the nutty old man/contract laborer working on the death house across the street. His role was nothing new, as horror films often feature a curmudgeonly old timer issuing a dire warning based on some knowledge garnered solely on the basis of having lived longer than anyone else, but I never tire seeing it... Golding's direction works well enough (even if his story faltered a little), as he does manage to create suspense in a few scenes, even if the logic behind the scene wasn't readily apparent. If you enjoy countless scenes of a young Joey Lawrence sticking his nose where he shouldn't, extreme close ups on circuitry and melty solder, and appliances acting strangely on their own accord, then you're in for a real treat here.

The widescreen (1.85:1) anamorphic picture on this DVD looks very good, and the Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo comes through clearly (hear that electricity crackle!). There are no extras included, except for a standard listing of unrelated trailers of other Sony Pictures DVD releases (Sony purchased the MGM library sometime last year) including the dreadful Frankenfish (2004), Devour (2005), Vampires: The Turning (2005), and the television miniseries Kingdom Hospital (2004).

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HASH(0x9232b030) étoiles sur 5 some scenes didn't make sense! 18 juin 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
The movie was pretty good overall, but some of the scenes didn't make sense. Like the scene where the boy is in the garage and the "pulse" splits the gas pipe and jams the motor of the garage door opener. If the thing only moves through the electrical wires, then how did it get into the gas line? Also the door to the kitchen was mysteriously locked. The shower scene is also far fetched. I understand how the pulse could make the water heater kick on, but thats it! How could it increase the water pressure, make the water scalding hot, jam the nozzle so the water couldn't shut off, and jam the shower door? It's all bacially bad luck.
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