A Heavenly Vintage

A Heavenly Vintage

In 19th century France, a peasant winemaker endeavors to create the perfect vintage.

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A Heavenly Vintage torrent reviews

Ian M (de) wrote: A great documentary movie that gives all aspects of an amazingly iconic talented actor. Beautifully done by his son.

Matt N (nl) wrote: The TV series is amazing, this documentary film wasn't up to scratch.

Brian B (mx) wrote: Hilarious, albeit unintentional. An overexposed creature costume got me chuckling early on. The bad acting had me shaking my head and the best part was the over-the-top gore effects.

Kathleen B (br) wrote: Very creative, and totally out of the box!

Chris G (nl) wrote: A masterpiece, blending eastern and western cinema while telling a really beautiful story with a genius framing device. Fully earned it's oscar.

Private U (de) wrote: Eh...I saw this On Demand as a free movie and it was crappy. Didn't hold my attention although I watched it from beginning to end. Kinda boring. Needed more zombie action. The Bible-toting guy was creepy, the school-girl was hot, the former porn-star was interesting and the other lady was tough. Reminded me of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers". WTF happened to the tough woman who drove off in the jeep and how the hell did the porn star lady end up getting killed? Why didn't she stay in the car, and lock the doors? wtf. O well. School girl got nice tits. The racher was a pain in the ass but I felt sympathetic when he died. Movie was crap, storyline was eh, and seeing zombie testicles wasn't appealing. Two stars.

Courtney S (nl) wrote: omg i havent seen this movie in forver!!!

Elena L (kr) wrote: Maybe if I had watched this back when it came out, I would have liked it, but watching it now, it's really dated, and eye-roll-inducing. Still, I have a soft spot for Lisa Loeb's song, "Stay".

David H (us) wrote: Yeah that's a Movie of my Choice!!! Bronson is the Man!!! Such a Stylish Morbid Movie with a Bombastic Soundtrack!!!

Bjorn O (nl) wrote: Jag har alltid gillat Linda Blair sger jag mig sjlv, men rligt talat vet jag inte om det r sant.Extremt 80,tokmyckwet T&A,kass musik,sadistiskt gng osv osv synd att det r s jvla trkigt bara.

Cassandra M (es) wrote: In a small town in Transylvanian, police detective Kruger calls upon Doctor Paul Eswai to perform an autopsy on a woman who died a violent death, but the unusual thing is that a coin was embedded in her heart. When Dr Eswai arrives in town he discovers that the town is paralysed by fear of a dreaded curse of a spirit of a young girl who died 20 years earlier and the towns folk aren't all to happy about doctor interfering in their business.Breathtaking! Yes, breathtaking indeed. It's only my third viewing of a Mario Bava film and what a talented and versatile director he is. This film breathes Gothic atmosphere and chills, with air of mystery to keep you glued to this subtle nightmare. The remote nature of the film adds to the spooky sets with dark shadowy pathways, creepy graveyard, a misty town with its eerie ruins and a downright unnerving Villa Graps, where the locals fear to tread! The whole surroundings come across as rather forbiddingly stark and very alienating. With a colour scheme that jumps out at you and that only Bava can create. What compensates the visual flair is the horrifyingly tense, but mystical score and effectively jittery sound effects. Damn that hissing wind! Also profound camera work that's incredibly vivid and swirling panning all over the place helps convey such a brood mood. There always seemed to be lurking danger even if it wasn't evident on screen. With all that, we are put into a whirlwind of such unease, which bleeds with a high amount of tension and frights.The odd plot builds on the superstition and the dialogue was rather interesting. Performances were so-so, no one really stood out, but they fit the buck. Really, Bava was the real star here and it shows. Even the special effects were well used, but the make-up of child spirit was damn freaky. Especially those scenes with those hands going pitta padder at the window seal. Shivers ran down my spine! Although, saying that it does have some weak spots in the continuity of the plot and I thought ending was all a bit too convenient. Anyhow, this didn't damaged my experience of this menacing chiller that grows on atmosphere, not violence. The story might be your standard run of the mill, but it's Bava's direction that makes it visually impressive and immensely spooky. Also, what a great title!

Hawk (ca) wrote: One of the least effective horror movies I've ever seen. The movie pretty much consists of people dying under relatively normal circumstances then the camera closing in on a frog or some other generally harmless creature with the movie trying to imply that they somehow did it. The movie's dialog and acting is also pretty awful. This is right up there with The Incredible Melting Man and Burnt Offerings as one of the worst horror movies of the 70s, if not ever.

Jack W (es) wrote: A surprisingly touching and heart warming film with a very good comedic side to it.

Linda B (fr) wrote: A poignant film, with an A-star cast. An interesting watch.

Carolyn W (jp) wrote: Corny parodies and cartoony violence is okay, but they kill way too many helpless animals in this thing for me to enjoy it very much.