Banshee Chapter

Banshee Chapter

On the trail of a missing friend who had been experimenting with mind-altering drugs, a young journalist - aided by a rogue counter-culture writer, The Silence of The Lambs -- finds herself drawn into the dangerous world of top-secret government chemical research and the mystery of a disturbing radio signal of unknown origin. A fast-paced thriller blending fact and fiction, Banshee Chapter is based on real documents, actual test subject testimony, and uncovered secrets about covert programs run by the CIA.

Anne Roland a journalist, discovered many mysteries after the sudden disappearance of her friend, one suspicious chemicals which was researched by the government and a radio station which was unknown. A chain of events happened, was he able to find the way to solve all of them? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Banshee Chapter torrent reviews

Scott F (mx) wrote: The worst movie ever

Vessela D (au) wrote: There were less cruel and disgusting scenes in this sequel than in the first Ironclad movie, but still it was nothing special...:(

Sanket B (fr) wrote: aata majhi sataakli re

Gabriel Arthur P (gb) wrote: A dystopian version of Lifetime Television brings you liberal art-school voyeurism at its best. A schizoid, psuedo-political film where the misanthropic nothing that happens will tempt you to watch it at x1.5 speed. Features the dilapidated housing of the Pacific northwest. If you like your uncomfortable abortion discussion shoehorned into railing against environmentally destructive corporate interests, this is your emotionally patronizing film. Sold at Wal-Mart in a package titled "The Road Fury Collection: 5 Movies". Well, you'll be Furious that the gas-masked buzzcut girl is given little more to do than endlessly pulling a little red wagon through a rain-soaked, abandoned subdivision. Her character is less the sort of endearing, awe-inspiring woman of the post apocalypse that the DVD's packaging was hoping to conjure up, and more of a vessel to be used for the producer's political agenda. Sort of anti-feminist if you ask me, but I get the impression that everyone who worked on this film thought they were delivering a one-two punch of woman power camp modern art. Do topics like abortion and industrial waste have a place in science fiction? Absolutely: no topic is unwelcome in science fiction. Do the two discussions lead necessarily one into the other? Yes, it was called the 1990's. And no, the movie does nothing to justify the segue except to hand them both to you and say "pleased to meet you, I'm modern art. I exist." My response is, "wow, great urban haut bourgeoisie cocktail party for the dispossessed children of the dispossessed 'Reality Bites' generation, except on the cover of the box we're promised 'road fury'. As in action." I get the further feeling that in some households this is the only thing the kids are allowed to watch, like some kind of guilt-tripping method of subordination. "I could have had you all killed, you know. You should all be thankful I brought you into this world." The really weird part is that the movie has its own built-in commercial interruptions, so that could actually work. Dystopian Lifetime. It gets half a star for existing.

Wil R (es) wrote: "People look at you funny if you pull your cock out in public"

Shawn S (ru) wrote: The story and the performances are pretty bad and this is easily the worst entry in the Living Dead franchise.

Private U (ag) wrote: Fantastic movie, good characters, the story is about prayer and mircles. To me personally a very special and meaningful movie

Arsev A (fr) wrote: Nice B movie. Compilation of famous movies (Terminator, Independence Day, etc.). Fun to watch.

Witt R (ca) wrote: If I could, I'd give this movie no stars, but since Will Smith actually put forth a considerable amount of effort into what he had to know was going to end up a pile of shit, I will award it with one star. Other than that, spare yourself the pain and never watch this movie.

Johnny T (au) wrote: First Kid can't seem to make up its mind as to whether or not it's a coming-of-age film about the son of the president of the United States, or a vehicle for Sinbad to play a Secret Service man and get into zany hijinx. It tries to do both, and while the results aren't as awful as some other kids' movies. "First Kid" should be Sinbad's best film to date is no surprise, given how many stinkers he's been in. That Sinbad should actually be funny and even somewhat charming in it, much less any movie, is a surprise, though. What really redeems "First Kid" is its performances. As kids' comedies go, this one's fairly topical and, better yet, amusing. Director Evans has a definite flair for kids' stories, having also directed The Sandlot. Sinbad, similarly, has a natural ease with this kind of comedy and is responsible for the lion's share of First Kid's good spirit. As stated before, Sinbad has never been better in a film. VERDICT: "In The Zone" - [Mixed Reaction] These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says buy an ex-rental or a cheap price of the DVD to own. If you consider cinema, ask for people's opinion on the film. (Films that are rated 2.5 or 3 stars)

joseph h (nl) wrote: A great but flawed sequel

Andr D (kr) wrote: "Mujeres Amazonas en la Luna" es una ms que desquiciada pelcula que le rinde tributo al "zapping" y a las pelculas clase "Z" que terminan siendo desbaratadas por la pauta publicitaria y el ajuste de parrilla en la televisin. Los amantes de las pelculas anrquicas la encontrarn muy atractiva.

Carlos E (kr) wrote: Muy buena peli ochentera, recomendada

Jayden (ag) wrote: this is a really good movie!

Kevin C (ag) wrote: Brilliant characters.

Richard C (jp) wrote: not one of hammers best but the score is suitably rousing and it stars christopher lee and the lovely barbara version now on blu ray.

Gregory W (nl) wrote: kind of dated & lame

Kevin R (us) wrote: Half of them are dead and the other half are foolish.Jeanne Star is a local dancer at a tavern that is dating the local villain. Clay Hardin is a reluctant hero that agrees to take over the role of sheriff in San Antonio and clean up the town. When they see each other, they almost immediately have an attraction and ultimately fall in love. Can their doomed relationship blossom or will Clay's new job bring him down before he can secure Ms. Star?"Who is she, another one of your flea bitten canines?"David Butler, director of King Richard and the Crusades; C'mon, Let's Live a Little; I Love my Doctor; The Right Approach; Glory; The Girl he Left Behind; Look for the Silver Lining; and Road to Morocco, delivers San Antonio. The storyline for this picture is fairly clich for the genre but the characters are interesting and I enjoyed the script. The cast delivers very solid performances and includes Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith, SZ Sakall, and John Litell."We don't see pretty girls like you around here often..."I DVR's this off Turner Classic Movies (TCM) because it starred the great Errol Flynn. His charisma was perfectly on display in this film and he owned the film perfectly. Overall, this is an above average western that is a nice addition to the genre and borderline worth adding to your western genre collection if you have one."Play hard and never step foot in San Antonio."Grade: B

Little B (es) wrote: An epic western that despite his age is always engaging and interesting in the story as well as in the atmosphere and characters. Stunning direction and photography make it one of the best american westerns ever.