Troubled psychotherapist Peter Bowers is suffering from nightmares and eerie visions. When he uncovers a horrifying secret that all of his patients share, he is put on a course that takes him back to the small hometown he fled years ago. There he confronts his demons and unravels a mystery 20 years in the making.

After discovering that the patients he has been seeing are ghosts, a troubled psychologist is put on a course that takes him back to the remote hometown he fled years ago to uncover the truth behind his strange visions. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Private U (ca) wrote: These kinda films are so funny, it had Mr Miyagi in it.

(ca) wrote: Another refreshing Scooby adventure. Doesn't try too hard, has the classic look and feel and surprisingly doesn't fall short on its script. Actually, it's even a bit violent. Watch if you still have your child guts in!

David K (gb) wrote: This movie is not that good with all the words being spoking mostly in foreign and you have to read what they are saying almost throughout the whole movie. It doesn't bother me, but many people don't like that. I can tell you the effects are not that good in this movie! The effects that were good was when the snake turn into a woman were pretty cool. The ending was pretty cool.

WS W (au) wrote: After all these years, just another leading role for Jason London, however, in such lame TV-film crap.

James P (de) wrote: Powerful and gripping story of the early AIDS pandemic in Amsterdam. I rate it higher than others; I appreciated the accuracy of content and genuine emotion.

Lily M (jp) wrote: this is one of fav movies of all time how could you not like it

Alexander C (mx) wrote: Good movie. Will keep most of us entertained.

Mister C (jp) wrote: One of the few underrated films of the early 1980's that went unnoticed. This one,among the rarest that a major studio release that enthusiastically portrays America's Old Left,though in this particular story,gloom naturally trumps the enthusiasm. Inspired by the controversial 1953 execution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for allegedly passing atomic bomb secrets to the Soviets,director Sidney Lumet's 1983 movie of E.L. Doctorow's fictionalized The Book of Daniel(screenplay by the author),deals primarity with the effect of family notoriety on children. One offspring(Amanda Plummer) is institutionalized,while the other(Timothy Hutton) is a less obvious head case prone to caustic outbursts. With powerful childhood flashbacks,an ill-received(which got mixed reviews for the critics at the height of its release) movie that Lumet,himself regarded as one his best as weathered a quarter-century well remains a bonafide 80's masterpiece of briliant cinema.

Zack B (de) wrote: A huge surprise for me. This is just a sweet and charming movie of a boy trying to grow up too fast. Powerful performances by all. Highly recommend this one!

Cody C (de) wrote: One of the best crime movies I've ever seen. Just brilliant and suspenseful and every step of the way. Great double-crossing. Maybe a little confusing to some on first viewing. If you're a fan of Jackie Brown or Inglourious Basterds type twist-and-turn backstabbing, you will LOVE this!

Debayan R (us) wrote: Outstanding! Mindblowing! Brilliant! Excellent! Remarkable! Sorry I dont have any other words.

bill s (kr) wrote: Watchable,preachy and overall mediocre.

Mohammed A (kr) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Tom K (au) wrote: A good British film. Still a British film, though.

John T (gb) wrote: Scary, well-made British chiller filmed in atmospheric black & white. It is based on the short novel, The Conjure Wife, by Fritz Leiber. Originally released as Night of the Eagle in the U.K., Burn Witch Burn was screen written by Twilight Zone contributors Charles Beaumont and Richard Matheson, so watch out for their trademark punch line ending. The wife of a college professor practices witchcraft and believes it is responsible for her husband's good luck, But when a real witch on campus starts casting spells, it sets off a chain of events that spiral out of control for all involved. The first thirty minutes basically builds up the evils that could come from throwing away witchcraft items and the director really makes you anticipate what's going to happen once the husband does get rid of the items. The second portion of the film we basically see the downfall and I thought these scenes managed to be quite creepy and highly effective. The sequence at the end with the eagle contained some very good suspense and the director perfectly selected how much of the it we should see. The acting is great all around. Peter Wyngarde is very effective as the college professor who struggles to rationalize all the bad things happening to him. Janet Blair is equally as good as his wife Tansy, who goes to extremes to protect her husband's career. Her sacrifice at one point in the movie is actually very moving. And I'll never forget Margaret Johnston--that woman was EVIL. With a great direction, excellent cast having a superb performance and a tight screenplay, this movie may be considered a classic in the genre. This is a really excellent black and white horror thriller with an engaging story and some really creepy moments. The production values are excellent, the acting is very good, and the story and script are both top-notch. Plenty of twists, even if the identity of the villain is a bit obvious; there is enough tension to really keep you on the edge of your seat.