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  • Acteurs : Michael Murphy, Mitch Pileggi, Cami Cooper
  • Réalisateurs : Wes Craven
  • Format : Anamorphique, Closed-captioned, Couleur, Dolby, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Français (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Espagnol
  • 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 : Universal Studios
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 16 mars 1999
  • Durée : 109 minutes
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  • ASIN: 0783232101
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HASH(0x8b1850e4) étoiles sur 5 Wonderful, Under-Appreciated Craven Fare. 31 août 2012
Par bugman - Publié sur
Format: DVD
What a wonderful, pure Craven kind of movie. It aint perfect by any stretch--parts of it are down right silly--but its' got a strong heart and a powerful love story at its' center.

Telling the story of unrepentant serial killer, Horace Pinker, played with manic delight by Mitch Pileggi, who is tracked down by clairvoyant football player Johnathan Parker, Shocker then follows post-execution Pinker as he becomes a being of indestructible electricity. Initially, he is able to inhabit any body that he touches, and then later, he learns to simply travel directly through the airwaves. In the meantime, he manages to kill Johnathan's girlfriend in a a bloody bathtub mess that recalls Craven's early, darker, more visceral side

Alison, who is well-played by Cami Cooper, continues to visit Johnathan after she is killed, counseling him in all matters Horace, giving him tips for survival and helping him to combat what has now become an unstoppable being of pure evil. This is something I love most about Shocker, as Johnathan and Alison's relationship continues to grow after her death, culminating in a pretty strongly implied love-making sequence in the afterlife near the movies' end that is, well, beautiful. Seriously. A living person making love to his murdered girlfriend in some nebulous afterworld/limbo/dreamstate, It's certainly very gothic, something craven is all about.

Peter Berg, the movie's Nancy if you will, is fascinating. He's kind of strange looking, like a plastic mannequin, and he's crazy dramatic and has a bizarre voice. He's sort of the classic craven male hero, not easy to peg, and like any craven protagonist, male or female, he's smart, perseveres, driven by love--and a bit of vengeance--and very much anti-victimization.

The movie has its' goofiness--the papers very publicly crediting Johnathan for leading police to pinker before pinker is caught, essentially putting the nails in Alison's coffin; the tv hopping, which is cool, aware, insightful, and ridiculous all at the same time; one of the over-the-top-families whose living room Johnathan and Pinker tumble into; Johnathan's over-dramatic cop foster dad (I think his name is even Donald, but he aint no John Saxon)--but it all works, and adds to Shocker's funky, gothic, early nineties charm.

Horace pinker was created as a potential new franchise, and the movie did solidly--made 16 million on a five mill budget--but not enuf to merit more Horace episodes. But it stands alone as an amalgam of everything craven has done, bending reality, playing on family oriented vengeance, exploring gothic themes, and, above all else, showing us that true love never dies. I really said that.

Oh yeah, and the great Heather Langenkamp has a brief cameo as a corpse in a body bag. How cool is that?
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HASH(0x8b18551c) étoiles sur 5 Finger licking good 29 juillet 2003
Par Tim - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Shocker says "finger licking good" after he bites off the fingers of a security gurard. Now thats comedy!!!
The Shocker gets the power to move his soul into different people's bodies. It becomes humorous when he goes into the bodies of a female doctor, and the body of a 10 year old girl. He also gets the power to tellepot through electric wires.
This movie is good old-fashioned bloody horror, without the million dollar special effects that you see in movies nowadays.
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HASH(0x8b5f24a4) étoiles sur 5 Roland 18 septembre 2004
Par Gunslinger - Publié sur
Format: DVD
This movie was well worth the money i spent.The overall movie was great,the soundtrack is really good,and the picture quality looks really well for an 80's movie.Not much gore except for a couple of scenes,but still a great movie to own.The madman in this film,Horace Pinker played by (Mitch Pileggi)plays a great murderer.The highschool kid Johnathan Parker (Peter Berg), can be dull at times,but still doesnt do too bad. I've watched this movie a couple of times,and will probably watch it again in the future.If your thinking of getting it,its well worth your time and money.On a scale of 1-10,i would give it a 9.
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HASH(0x9190f8f4) étoiles sur 5 Bloody Marvelous 2 mai 1999
Par James Wotzko - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Shocker should be viewed for what it is - plain, old-fashioned cheesy horror fun! This is a great DVD to take to a movie night, or to watch with your girlfriend - i reckon she'll be grabbing onto you for most of its duration! The problem is, most people seem to take this movie too seriously. I give it 5 stars for being cheesy, and for making me laugh... BIG TIME!!!
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HASH(0x8b3f5588) étoiles sur 5 Awsome 80's horror flick. Loads of fun & great music score! 31 mars 2004
Par P. Krug - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Whenever I see a film that's lots of fun but reletivly obscure I feel kind of sad, in a way, as I feel such a film deserves better recognition. That's how I felt when I saw this film. It was Wes Craven's attempt to create a new horror movie franchise as he did with A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, with Horrace Pinker, a very Freddy Kruger-esque villian. Since everyone, even people who never watch horror movies, have heard of Freddy Kruger but Horrace Pinker is a much more obscure name, this film failed to catch on. That does make me sad, in a way, but then again if this movie had been a hit like ELM STREET was, they probably would have made a slew of sequels and Pinker would have become every bit as invincible as Freddy. I've always felt a sense of hopelessness when I'm watching a slasher movie series and the undead killer keeps coming back to life. Much as I do love this movie, I appreciate the fact that, from a story telling perspective, this is a stand-alone film.
Ahem. Anyway, the plot: Horrace Pinker is a T.V. repairman by day, serial killer of whole families by night. He also walks with a limp (we find out later in the movie why that is). High school football player Jonathan seems unconnected to all this, until he has a dream where Pinker murders his family, and then finds out that it has really happened, leaving only Jon and his police leutenant foster dad left. Jonathan's dreams lead police to finding out the killer's identity, but that doesn't save Jon's girlfriend Allison, whom Pinker later kills. Finally Pinker is captured and sentanced to death by electric chair...and the film's second act begins. You see, Pinker practices black magic, and after his execution he becomes an evil spirit with the ability to jump into other people's bodies...
I love pretty much everything about this movie. It's got an awsome 80's metal sountrack that you can really bang your head to, some really cool kill scenes and gore (the lip-chewing scene is probably the most shocking thing in the film) the killer is certainly Freddy-like in many ways, yet still different, in that he invades people bodies rather than their dreams. The good characters are also interesting enough and easy to root for. I especially liked the bit where Allison's ghost comes back to warn him that Pinker may be dead but isn't gone. I also like the thing where Pinker practices black magic, thus giving us an explanation as to how he's able to come back after death; Freddy was able to, apparently, just because he wanted to badly enough. I love the film's climax, and one other thing.
I like how this film DOESN'T have one of those "Oh my God the killer/evil spirit's STILL ALIVE!" endings. Pinker is vanquished at the end, and since there were never any sequels, we know he's been permenantly laid to rest. If you like horror movies check this one out!
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