7 Nights of Darkness
In 2010 six reality television show contestants spent seven nights in an abandoned and haunted asylum. The show never aired but an editor for the network was able to piece together some footage. The prize for staying all seven nights was a share of one million dollars that was to be split amongst any contestants that didn't leave. No prize money was ever awarded.
- Stars:Thomas Cassell, Jessica A. Fleming, Jennifer Hoffman, Allen Kellogg, Meredith Kochan, Sean Lackey, Haley Moskowitz, Larry Nehring, Andrew Richardson, Tom Sperry Jr., David P. Thomas, Julie Tylicki,
- Director:Allen Kellogg,
- Writer:Allen Kellogg
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7 Nights of Darkness torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Anyone with self-knowledge can relate to this movie. The main character has difficulty in being understood after years of having people shut him up or ignore what he says. He intermittently breaks out of this and is then totally clear and I think mainly correct in his judgments of his situation and those around him- that is he is quite 'normal'. The main female character is very separate and isolated when in the presence of others- and is a cuter. The roommate is a self-absorbed musician of digital sorts who is aggressively nasty to the main character. The girl and musician use him. By the way, the socks are hers and quite dirty. He tries to help her and cheer her up but is again rejected in his actions/intent/speech. The world is cruel. Too bad the average person is so devoid of self-knowlege and therefore films like Empire whatever in 3D are box office hits and this film isn't. Or is it that the average person knows just how fucked life in the "wasteland of the free" (N Griffith) and everywhere else is too; particularly if one is disturbed and not 'normal'. Cassie222.
(us) wrote: not very funny, or well-directed, mathew perry in his lesser funny movie role, and elizabeth hurley with her too annoyingly english accent. the comedy is heavily laboured and could only work with the chemistry between the two main characters, which, alas is not present during the whole film, even when things get slightly steamy. cedric the entertainer gives us the few entertaining scenes and one-liners in the film, and even the scene where mathew perry has to do something with a bull and sticking his hand up its ass to get it to have sex with a plastic cow, might have worked well in another movie, with better actors, better director, and better comic writers, but every necessary element is missing, creating a pointless and so joylessly unlikely opposites-attract kind of movie.
(nl) wrote: Divertida parodia de vmpiros y la mafia, que puede existir en todo lado
(jp) wrote: love the humor even tho it looks dated.
(au) wrote: Well it has a great theme tune from The Amen Corner if nothing else. It's a mess of a movie with a number of utterly random genres thrown together into a mish mash of a plot, and the occasional star turning up for 5 minutes to ham it up. Some of the loose ends eventually get tidied up (but whether you can stick it out to see this conclusion depends on your patience) Why does the general of the nazi state have to kill all his superiors? Who knows. Price, Lee and Cushing have about screen time of 15 minutes in total, the film's leading character is killed off with 20mins remaining, and the eventual hero is someone that had previously been little more than a supporting role. Completely bizarre.
(de) wrote: Sluggish revenge story played too straight for my taste. As much as I like Garner as a rule, he's not that interesting in the lead as Earp, no matter how hard the film tries to make him morally ambiguous. Robards has more to do in the Doc Holliday role, but he doesn't nudge out either Victor Mature or Val Kilmer as my favorite Doc portrayers. The Lucien Ballard cinematography is up to his usual high standards, but it's not enough to justify watching the film See Ride the High Country instead!
(us) wrote: A classic of the Italian neo-realist movement! No one showed real life quite like Rossellini, and it's influenced everyone from Scorsese to Spike Lee.