When plans for a weekend vacation hit a dead end, a group of close-knit friends find themselves stranded in unfamiliar territory, pursued by a menacing predator. Holed up in an isolated cabin, tensions mount as long-buried secrets are revealed. As the body count rises, the group must put their differences aside and fight for survival.

When plans for a weekend vacation hit a dead end, a group of close-knit friends find themselves stranded in unfamiliar territory, pursued by a menacing, blood thirsty predator. Holed up in an isolated cabin, tensions mount as long-buried secrets are revealed. As the body count rises, the group must put their differences aside and fight for survival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Animal torrent reviews

Brandon L (es) wrote: Very entertaining, in depth documentary. I miss the old mom & pop video stores.

Suanne G (es) wrote: I've been in the shoes of some of those patients and I just finished my Herceptin treatment. I know what emotions they are going through

Smir B (au) wrote: Completement rate, c'est bien dommage (j'avais adore le film precedent de Nicolas Klotz). La mise en place est bonne, mais ca ne demarre jamais.

Justin H (us) wrote: There's certainly enough history around the origins and vilification of the word fuck to make for an interesting documentary. Unfortunately, this isn't it. A good 3/4 of this thing, if not more, is composed of sound bites of talking heads that don't really offer much insight at all. Instead it's just a series of "These people like the word fuck. These people don't like the word fuck. Here they are again." While some of the clips are fairly amusing, they don't exactly make for a good documentary--which this film ostensibly is.The parts that have some actual information to them can be pretty interesting, but they're all over far too soon. Some of the segments don't seem to serve any purpose at all, and it wouldn't be unfair to say that this film is something of an unorganized mess at times.If you have an interest in the etymology of the word fuck, or perhaps the ridiculous legislation that's sprung up regarding it, I'm sure there are books that do the subject justice. There may even be movies that do a better job of it than this one does, for all I know. But there's really no reason to waste your time watching this.

Jerry S (ag) wrote: Pretty good, but remember, watch first the series before taking journey to this. It might confuse some things. Feels a bit short. That's a shame.

Justin T (nl) wrote: Boring low budget film that failed to hold my attention.

Loren W (kr) wrote: This movie flew under the radar but stars the incomparible Meryl Streep and that is worth the 2 hours.

Michael D (de) wrote: "if you can get pass the contrivances"? GET PASS? Sorry, RT, you've let me down. And I'm sorry this isn't a review of the actual film.

Tracy (es) wrote: Can repeat it word for word, a must for and NASCAR fan. VERY funny!

Christopher S (jp) wrote: Pretty tedious drama takes a long time to get where its going, only towards the end even touching on some of the complex and compelling issues it raises. A great cynical performance from Paul Newman, but its not enough to make this muddled, snail-paced effort work.

Jim P (it) wrote: A nostalgic trip for me, as this was one of those movies I stayed up to see on a Friday night when I was young. While the idea was good (astronauts land on the moon only to find that someone had been there 60 yrs before!), the film gets bogged down with typical early 60's "zaniness" and goes downhill from there. While there are some bright spots, including a small bit by the wonderful character actor Miles Malleson and a Bernard Hermann score, a nice conception pretty much gets wasted. Too bad Charles Schneer didn't take this as seriously as he did with Jason and the Argonauts or 7th Voyage of Sinbad...

Meredith S (br) wrote: Fascinating documentary of the trip of a lifetime! This trip proved that one should never say never or that anything is impossible.

Shane J (fr) wrote: A modern take on the old jekyll and hyde story, doesn't really work. not sure on the casting of scott? he seems unable to do an american accent for when he's good or would you believe it a english accent for his evil side. Bit slow and not alot really happens apart from a trial!! They should have just gone with the psycho killer route with some cop or friend trying to capture him.

Campbell P (ag) wrote: American Pie is a teen comedy that bursted out from the popularity of 90's gross out comedies. The film follows four friends that come up with the pact to all get laid before prom night. And that's pretty much the plot.... However, it's not all bad, it can actually work sometimes. What works about this film for half the time is its sense of humor. The writers did a pretty decent job making purposeful, cringeworthy jokes that felt kinda like real life dialogue. The humor itself was either funny or "wow they went that low". Any scene with Eugene Levy and Jason Biggs is gold, I laughed a lot during those scenes. There's some good gags in the film but some are just fatally disgusting. The beer scene in the first 20 minutes is completely stupid and EXTREMELY gross (not to mention unrealistic). That's actually the main problem with American Pie. None of the delivery feels genuine or real. There's scenes where I thought to myself "Yup, that would never happen" and that's really a shame. If it were a purposeful over the top comedy it would probably work, but it's not. Term comedies are supposed to make you feel like you are that age and relate to the characters in it and I honestly can't relate to anyone in this movie because they're honestly not very good people except for maybe Finch. The two leads are pretty likable actually, played by Jason Biggs and Chris Klein. Biggs plays kind of a hopeless, horny dork, while Klein plays a lovable doofus type of guy. I can't really tell if he's acting though. In Election, Klein played the exact same character so I don't know if he's just a bad actor or if he's just typecast. I also can't tell where these characters are in terms of their school's social structure. Are the cool nerds? Are they cool kids that just happen to be virgins? They're friends with the most popular kids in school, but when they try to talk to a girl they're awkward? It just doesn't seem consistent. The problem with the story is that everything feels really scripted and again, unrealistic. Everything just falls into place for everyone and *poof* happy ending. It just went way too fast for it to seem like there was a ginormous struggle for these kids. The one other thing I'll give to this movie is that it felt a bit nostalgic to high school days. Being with your friends, partying, doing dumb stuff, getting involved, that kind of stuff. I thought American Pie did that really well. That doesn't save this movie sadly. American Pie's storyline is a mess and the story seemed VERY rushed at that. It did have some good gags and some good high school nostalgia, but I wouldn't go out of my way to see it again. C-