An action-packed horror comedy, BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS stars Fran Kranz as Evan, a dutiful and overworked employee stuck at a soul-killing corporation with his beautiful co-worker and girlfriend Amanda (Emma Fitzpatrick) and his slacker best friend Tim (Joey Kern). Evans world begins to crumble when Amanda dumps him and his boss Ted (Joel Murray) hands his coveted promotion to his nemesis Max (Pedro Pascal). When his office mates start going through disturbing changes, Evan must find a way to stop the evil brewing admist the cubicles, and rescue his workplace pals before his life and career go from dead-end... to just dead.
- Category:Action, Comedy, Horror
- Stars:Pedro Pascal, Matthew Lillard, Fran Kranz, Emma Fitzpatrick, Joey Kern,
- Director:Brian James O'Connell,
- Writer:Dr. God, Ryan Mitts, Ryan Mitts
When an office worker at a soul-crushing company loses his coveted promotion to his longtime nemesis, he begins to fear for more than his job as strange disappearances and bizarre deaths suggest the office is turning into a haven for the undead. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bloodsucking Bastards torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Driven by the amusing performances of Manu Rishi and Sanjay Mishra, this real-life turmoil outclasses the implausible dispositions in the plot.
(ca) wrote: With Tim Robbins as the narrator, and a great plot, I'm going to say this'll be better than the 2006 film that this is a sequel too.
(fr) wrote: You will regret watching this film as it's a very, very poor... everything.
(mx) wrote: Way more interesting than you think it will be...if you write screenplays or want to, at least...
(jp) wrote: anyone who 's never seen this will never forget it. just watch it.
(jp) wrote: I love this movie! Really! Makes me laughed and cried at the same time! The story was simple but I will never bored to watch over and over again.. Jackie Chan and Louis Koo was a perfect combination!
(br) wrote: Jason Lee is awesome!
(nl) wrote: All three films, beautifully crafted. It can be easily said why this was such a popular series. Sam and Frodo finally make it to Mount Doom to destroy the ring, but with Gollum along there path, things get more complicated. Meanwhile, war against Middle Earth has broken out. The battle against 10,000 Orcs was just the beginning. Battles are bigger, but the hero's become stronger. Overall, I probably wouldn't consider this series a favorite much, but I would honestly consider it the most well made series and most well made group of movies ever. The ending very well shows what this world really needs. Almost three and a half hours, but it moves along very nicely for a film of such length.
(nl) wrote: its fine.. ok good. cool
(nl) wrote: If you've never seen a John Waters film, then you don't know every penis joke in the book. For nearly four decades, the Hairspray creator has made a career out of letting people know he's gay, through odd ball characters, weird story lines, and every innuendo in the book. Pecker is the story of obsession, weather it's about the main character's obsession with photography, his girlfriends obsession with her laundromat, or his managers obsession with him, everyone has a strange obsession. Pecker (Edward Furlong) is a teenager from the small town of Baltimore, Maryland, who has been taking pictures for years. Finally, he's having a show at the fast food restaurant he works at and to everyone's surprise, a New York City gallery owner shows up to make Pecker he new protege. The whole family goes to the big city, where Pecker becomes a star, putting his town and his whole family under a microscope. As is common in Water's films, the characters are as strange as can be, and for the life of me, I can't figure out why he decided to portray Baltimore as a small town. Edward Furlong stars as Pecker, and even though he has long been one of my favorite actors, even he couldn't save this film. I like weird and admire something different, but Pecker was so far out there, that it became a farce of itself. The characters are uninteresting, the penis jokes are old, and the obsessions are just so above and beyond believable that it turns the whole film into one bad joke. As I said everyone is obsessed with something and that really foreshadows the main story. From his grandmother who talks to the virgin Mary to his sister who is the biggest gay pimp in Baltimore, all the obsessions blend into one big gay, confusing, ridiculous ending. I've seen several John Waters films and for the most part have found them to be pretty funny, but Pecker is just so far out there, that it's almost unwatchable.
(us) wrote: This is a VERY stupid movie but in a fun way the main characters may annoy some people but I found them to be very funny
(ru) wrote: The best Star Trek movie ever made.
(es) wrote: Nobody ever seems to mention this Carry on film compared to the others but it's pretty good.
(it) wrote: Great movie, absorbing one of the major points of the global economic crisis.
(us) wrote: i enjoyed it very much.
(es) wrote: Not a terrible romantic comedy. Could have benefited from a focused approach rather than the ensemble of stories it contains.