Beast from Haunted Cave
In a skiing station in Dakota, a gang of criminals leaded by Alexander "Alex" Ward plans the heist of golden bars from a small bank. While the lover of Alex, Gypsy Boulet, goes to an isolated cabin with the ski instructor Gil Jackson, a time bomb explodes a cave to divert the attention of the locals and the gangsters steal the gold. But the explosion releases a spider-like monster and due to a storm, the group becomes trapped in Gil's cabin and threatened by the creepy beast.
- Stars:Michael Forest, Sheila Noonan, Frank Wolff, Wally Campo, Richard Sinatra, Linné Ahlstrand, Chris Robinson, Kay Jennings,
- Director:Monte Hellman,
- Writer:Charles B. Griffith (original story), Charles B. Griffith (screenplay)
A group of gold thieves pull of a heist and flee into the snowy wilderness, only to be pursued by a horrible, spider-like monster. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Beast from Haunted Cave torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Pretty nice. Though not a very happy ending. And I like my movies SCARY, not CREEPY. I ton they have those 2 mixed up.
(nl) wrote: Cool movie, especially if you like cooking and food.
(jp) wrote: hey this was great, violent but overall a pretty suspensful movie...check it out yo!
(us) wrote: A well-thought-out, creative little horror/thriller that felt a little like the remake of The Crazies in its atmosphere. I wish the backstory had been a little more developed to set the tone but otherwise, this was good fun. Too bad this didn't get a theatrical release, it was way more watchable than most of the PG-13 horror released lately.
(gb) wrote: Nothing original but really funny
(de) wrote: American pilots are trained for WWII in this fast paced biopic. Franco gives a decent performance but ultimately, the fight scenes steal the show.
(fr) wrote: Despite its visual strength, excellent soundtrack, and a great High Jackman performance The Fountain struggles to keep pace, feels a bit drawn out, and is overly full of itself. Grade: C+
(es) wrote: Like Jaws, but with a giant snake. Set in the Amazon jungle instead of a seaside town.
(ag) wrote: The story was really bad and the action scene in the gunfights in the beginning and end were good. Other than that it was a bad movie.
(br) wrote: I kinda want to see it but I don't like movies like this usually.
(mx) wrote: por favor, como puedo conseguir la pelcula "DAD" (con Jack Lemmon, ted danson)
(it) wrote: godawful first film, before BILLY MADISON , a small step up about a wannabe standup comic. NOT EVEN FOR SANDLER DIEHARD FANS.
(it) wrote: wow...what a great movie. thank you stefan!! "we're starting a social uprising, care to join us?" lol. brilliant
(ru) wrote: So its a slow paced quirky 80's movie and I have a soft spot for it. It's not great, but Howie with hair, Christopher Lloyd and Cloris Leachman always make things winners for me. The opening scene where the kid pushes his little brother off his mom was my favorite part.
(mx) wrote: This movie is fun for anyone to watch. It's got humor, action, adventure and a great ending
(it) wrote: Original, but predictable, with boring characters and a bad script.
(jp) wrote: Starts off with quite a good premise, lots of people randomly committing murders before explaining it with the title line. About the half way mark though it completely loses its way, something about aliens, something abduction, something religious, something...something...bizarre.
(mx) wrote: This is the kind of movie where you really do get exactly what you would expect from a premise this ludicrous. That being said, I'd be lying if I said it isn't a fun ride. Uneven and even too strange for itself, but directed with a great deal of certainty.People have criticized the movie's lack of character definition and total disregard for coherent storytelling, but, I mean, seriously? The movie is called "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter." Allow me to say that one more time: the movie - the movie is called "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter." This is a movie that actually manages to take itself more seriously than I'd expected.It's just serious enough to keep me involved, and more than absurd enough to make me want more. Timur Bekmambetov did a great job, and gave the material a better film than maybe it even deserved (not to insult the source material). I don't care what the critics say, this is a downright fun movie that doesn't pretend to be anything that it isn't, and I respect that.
(fr) wrote: Danny Trejo is back as the tough as nails Machete in this sequel to the first movie of the same name. This is even more hilariously campy and over the top than the first movie. Charlie Sheen plays the president of the USA and he is billed as Carlos Estevez. He calls on Machete to go on a special mission to go after an insane and violent Mexican crime boss who wants to launch a missile to destroy Washington DC. It turns out that the crime boss is being manipulated by a character akin to a Bond villain played excellently by Mel Gibson. Director Robert Rodriguez does an excellent job of giving the movie the feel of a 1970s exploitation film.
(ru) wrote: I could have never imagined myself to be possessed by this film totally, but there it goes. I have not stopped thinking about it ever since my viewing. The more I think about it, the sadder I realize it is. The title alone is enough to evoke a mesh of feelings inside me, which I don't want to discuss -- which is ironic, considering how cold and detached Safe is. But I guess that's the kind of thing that a great film is able to achieve.