Apollo 18

Apollo 18

Officially, Apollo 17 was the last manned mission to the moon. But a year later in 1973, three American astronauts were sent on a secret mission to the moon funded by the US Department of Defense. What you are about to see is the actual footage which the astronauts captured on that mission. While NASA denies it's authenticity, others say it's the real reason we've never gone back to the moon.

Decades-old found footage from NASA's abandoned Apollo 18 mission, where two American astronauts were sent on a secret expedition, reveals the reason the U.S. has never returned to the moon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Apollo 18 torrent reviews

Thibaut M (br) wrote: c'est driste !! et bien sur de l'espoir...

Tom M (ru) wrote: It sounds like a movie blaming Jews for modern terrorism

Jens L (us) wrote: Probably the most ridiculous movie I have ever seen. Silly dialogues, unbelievable (bad) war scenes...compared to this lord of the rings seems to be a serious documentary. But at least now I know who invented the tea ceremony and football/soccer ;) I really hope I can forget this idiotic scene with the turtle formation someday...but until then I fear to wake up often dreaming of this nightmare :( my new worst Woo movie replacing his whole Hollywood phase.

Wil R (ag) wrote: This movie is so bad on so many levels it is not worth the time to write.

Noah R (au) wrote: I was really digging it until the corny and cliched third act. Of course I wouldn't mind that so much were it not for the most ridiculous obligatory explanation for why the kid is crazy ever written. Up until then it's pretty exciting and very well-acted.

Schuyler F (ca) wrote: this movie portrays the greatest generation & inspires all of us to do the same.

Eric J (gb) wrote: a lavish Pre-Code production. Nils Ashter does a convincing representation of the titular Chinese warlord.

Jocey D (de) wrote: A bit complicated and convoluted. Contemporary terrorist plot.

Johnny T (kr) wrote: The first two stories have promise but are far too poorly paced, Carpenter's ghoulish mortician comes across as a second-rate Crypt Keeper, and no matter how effective Tobe Hooper's "Eye" is that closes out the anthology, the damage has pretty much already been done. I had a lot of fun with the onslaught of cameos and the casting of familiar faces in unexpected roles, but the whole thing is a little too mediocre to warrant more than a rental. Body Bags overall is a glimpse at what a potential series could have been, and it's pretty wise the show never went forward. It's easy to see why Body Bags was something of a clone of Tales from the Crypt. But as a standalone film, Body Bags is Carpenter at his funniest, as director, composer and in his rare appearance as a lead actor. Carpenter also inflicts a half-assed imitation of Michael Keaton's Betelgeuse on his audience as he presents all three parts from a morgue. Occasionally predictable but still has a significant amount of suspense, a healthy dose of black humor, and a number of good performances. Still, there's only one really good vignette here, and even it isn't enough to salvage an otherwise mediocre anthology. As a compilation, it's only a mediocre horror effort. Watchable but not exactly recommended. VERDICT: "Rent Worthy" - [Mixed to Negative Reaction] These films are only worth renting because of certain good things that are worth seeing, but are not worth paying at a theatre or the DVD to see due to bad things that overcome anything good. (Films that are rated 2.5 stars)

Caesar M (fr) wrote: Now you're probably asking why in the world would I review Hercules in New York. Well my friend made a bet with me that I couldn't sit through the whole movie, I did, and I should have left sooner. Hercules (Schwarzenegger) is sent to Earth where he finds true love and starts a promising career in the bodybuilder business. Now to be truthful, the main selling point of this DVD is Arnold voice, it's says "Featuring Arnold real voice for the first time" on the DVD. So getting that out of the way, he's speak terrible English in his first role. Oh yeah the plot, well, it doesn't have one. Well it does, but it's so poorly written and over the top you'll be scratching your head on what in the world you're watching. So in order to get through this movie, me and my friend, Alex, decided to play a drinking game, we would take a shot of beer for every word Arnold said incorrectly, we almost got drunk in three minutes. If we played five minute longer, we would have our stomach pump, that's how bad Arnold English is. This movie is ridiculous on so many level. Like how Arnold fights a Bear, fight sailors who rescued him with some laughably bad music, and something about the Mafia being involve it's just nonsense. This movie is literally stupid, just read the title, Hercules in New York. If Tarzan adventure in New York wasn't interesting, what made these people think it would work with Hercules. So Hercules in New York is a bad movie with allot of filler and useless characters that make you wonder how Arnold acting career ever took off. Now this is better than some of the movie I usually pick up, it's no Vampiro, it's no Gingerdead Man, it's no Ninja Squad, and that's why it gets a 10% from me. So what did I win from the bet your probably wondering, a free copy of Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol, which is why it also gets a 10%.

Alexander C (mx) wrote: Im very impressed and unnerved by this film. Impressive.