“The Stuff” (1985 HD)

A delicious, mysterious goo that oozes from the earth is marketed as the newest dessert sensation, but the tasty treat rots more than teeth when zombie-like snackers who only want to consume more of the strange substance at any cost begin infesting the world.

Released in 1985, The Stuff is a horror movie that has gained a cult following over the years. Directed by Larry Cohen, the film tells the story of a mysterious white substance that is marketed as a delicious dessert but soon reveals a sinister secret.

The plot of The Stuff is both intriguing and thought-provoking. It follows the journey of a former FBI agent named David “Mo” Rutherford, played by Michael Moriarty, as he investigates the origins of The Stuff and its effects on those who consume it. As Mo delves deeper into the mystery, he uncovers a conspiracy that threatens the entire world.

One of the strengths of The Stuff is its strong acting performances. Michael Moriarty delivers a compelling performance as the determined and resourceful Mo, while Andrea Marcovicci shines as Nicole, a marketing executive who becomes Mo’s ally in the fight against The Stuff. The supporting cast, including Garrett Morris and Paul Sorvino, also deliver solid performances that help bring the story to life.

Cinematography plays a crucial role in creating the eerie atmosphere of The Stuff. The film’s use of lighting and camera angles effectively build tension and suspense, especially during the scenes where The Stuff comes to life and begins to wreak havoc. The stark contrast between the bright, sterile look of The Stuff and the dark, gritty world of Mo’s investigation adds to the film’s overall sense of unease.

The soundtrack of The Stuff is another standout element of the film. Composed by Anthony Guefen, the score perfectly complements the on-screen action, enhancing the suspense and horror of the story. The use of eerie synthesizers and haunting melodies adds to the film’s overall sense of dread, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats throughout.

Special effects also play a key role in bringing The Stuff to life. The practical effects used to create the appearance of The Stuff are both impressive and unsettling, making it seem both delicious and repulsive at the same time. The scenes where The Stuff takes on a life of its own and begins to consume its victims are particularly chilling, thanks to the skillful use of practical effects.

Whether you’re a fan of horror movies or just looking for a unique and entertaining film to watch, The Stuff is definitely worth checking out.

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  1. 日本から。
    この映画をアップしてくれて有難うございます。
    観れてとても嬉しいです。
    信じられない作品がアップされていて、本当に幸運です。
    ホラーやカンフー、アクション、YouTubeに何時迄もあると思わず、観れる時に見るべき。
    観たいときにあるとは限らないですよ。

  2. My thoughts on this movie I think it had decent concept of a killer dessert product and Jason Mo and Nicole are decent so does Spears even Charlie of course but it’s disappointing that he wasn’t around until rest of the film my problems with this film is that it’s very interesting that this movie never focuses too much on character development and even Charlie was off screen after Mo and Charlie went there separate ways but Jason has more character that how come his parents and his brother are so hard on him before they got controlled by the stuff even Mo had development of being supportive to the military and spears but the special effects were but to freaky for certain shots which this movie was the reason I almost stopped drinking milkshakes or yogurt for a decade but I understand they don’t control my body but the story with Jason is interesting, Mo & Nicole had good chemistry together wish Charlie had more character after he was kicked out his business it’s sad that he’s one of those characters that never grows as one of the main cast when was killed until the end of the film but if you think I was picky about I mean that’s what you think even though this movie had a good cult following and everyone was hoping for a director’s cut someday we can see some scenes that were deleted and removed maybe we can get character development with Charlie and see how did the stuff get to him in the first place and see Mo and Nicole’s romance scene and after the prologue scene when the stuff goes to market before we cut to Jason’s house since Larry Cohen cut several things down due to the film’s direction and limitations of pacing when New World Pictures feedback was progressed but anyways time to wrap things up if you want to check out this movie I do recommend giving it a watch that’s fine I mean it’s not a bad film It’s just not that entertaining I know you would enjoy this movie that’s fine anyways that’s my comment for today cheers everyone

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