Catch Hell

Catch Hell

Former Hollywood star Reagan Pearce (Ryan Phillippe) is kidnapped by two men connected to his past while on location in Louisiana. When he wakes up bound and chained in a rundown shack, he soon discovers the real motives of his captors and finds himself in the middle of a twisted scheme with little chance to survive. With no rescue in sight, Reagan must use every ounce of strength he has left to break free and get his revenge.

Washed up Hollywood actor Reagon Pearce is kidnapped by thugs on the way to work in Shreveport, Louisiana. Trapped in a swamp hut, his kidnappers torture and blackmail him, hijacking his twitter account and threatening to upload compromising material. How can he escape his predicament? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Catch Hell torrent reviews

Blair K (br) wrote: one of the more disturbing horror movies I have seen in awhile! physically the lead actress puts her body thru so much and that's even before the really messed up stuff kicks in later on! the movie is intriguing and makes you question how far you would be willing to go to achieve what you are after ... in the case here she ends up with horrifying results! if you are looking for a movie that is edgy and out of the ordinary check it out!

stefano l (jp) wrote: It's not possible to imagine something worse than this.

Ben T (it) wrote: The plot is thinner and worse than The Day After Tomorrow, but the wonderful CGI saved this film.

Julien E (kr) wrote: Tellement mauvais, si mauvais, et pourtant quand mme divertissant pour son ct qutaine 90's! Pas suffisamment pas rendre le film rellement intressant, mais ce n'est pas aussi catastrophique que les critiques le disent.

Brian G (ru) wrote: Top 5 favorite movies of all time! Saw this at the Music Box midnight showing years ago and am still blown away by it. Imagine a Terrence Malick screenplay filmed by a meth head...with swords.

Daniel L (au) wrote: stupid but hysterical

Raechel B (br) wrote: This was sorta a sweet quite funny movie. I liked it :) I was just watching tv one night and wham!, it was on and i was glued =]P

Tamiko B (ru) wrote: Old school Eddie will never b the same

Andrew S (ag) wrote: A great film noir that keeps the guesses coming, but it is the third nuclear weaponized act that truly brings this noir into its own among the detective genre, delivering an uncertain yet unbelievably memorable end. The films crisp 105 minutes is worth the adventure. First time rating: 8.6/10

Dreama M (ru) wrote: japanese version so much better!

Jos C (ag) wrote: Divertida pero no logra enganchar la historia

Stuart K (br) wrote: Written by Scott Rosenberg (Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead (1995), Con Air (1997) and High Fidelity (2000)) and directed by David Nutter (TV's 21 Jump Street, Entourage and The X Files), this science fiction thriller is a sly cross between The Stepford Wives (1974) and Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978). Not all of it works, but it does have it's moments throughout. Set in the idyllic coastal town of Cradle Bay in Washington. High School Major Steve Clark (James Marsden) and his family have just move to the town, and he instantly makes friends with Gavin Strick (Nick Stahl), U.V. (Chad E. Donella), and Rachel Wagner (Katie Holmes), all outcasts at the local high school. The popular kids are in a group known as the Blue Ribbons, who are all taking part in a special programme ran by Dr. Caldicott (Bruce Greenwood). Steve is skeptical of this, even more so when Gavin ends up joining the Blue Ribbons, and his attitude changes for the worse too. However, Steve meets janitor Dorian (William Sadler) who spills the beans. It's better than it's reputation makes out, but stuff like this has all been seen before elsewhere, and in some cases, done better. However, it does play the normal people against deadly invaders quite well in places, but the tone of the film is all over the place, and it can't settle down for one single tone throughout.