Cold Heart Canyon
In L.A.'s Laurel Canyon, Karen has a dream that her sister Heather is in danger, but Heather seems safe enough, having just moved to a remote spur of the canyon to distance herself from her ex-husband. She's a writer, and she's soon met several men - Marcus, who helps her the day she moves in, neighbors Daniel and Marisa for whom she cooks dinner, and Michael her landlord who cleans her pool weekly. Daniel warns her away from Marcus even as he makes a play for her and invites her to participate in sexual escapades - some enjoyable, some not. Then it becomes clear that Karen's anxiety dream was prescient. Who can Heather trust, and does she figure it out too late?
- Stars:Aubrey Caldwell, Will Lupardus, Paul Howard, Lee Anne Davis, Barbara Urich, Joshua Coleman, Holly Morgan, Andrew C. Lim, Cassie Courtland,
- Director:Janine Gosselin,
- Writer:Janine Gosselin, Bruce W. Durbin
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Cold Heart Canyon torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Good story, well told. Good character development, well acted.
(us) wrote: it's typical generic, horrible piece of crap produced by Lifetime. you know, still, it was better than My Soul To Take and it reaffirmed one lesson here: you can never judge a book by its cover. i'm genuinely horrified what Lifetime's gonna do with upcoming Royal wedding movie.
(jp) wrote: If you like cars, specifically muscle cars, then you might enjoy this documentary style movie by Eric Bana. Takes place in Australia and evolves around Bana's love for his car, the evolutions through which it goes and his personal struggle during it's eventual destruction during a race.
(us) wrote: I liked this, though it's not to everyones taste that's for sure. If you like Straight Story, you'll love it. If you like fast moving storyline's you'll hate it.
(nl) wrote: Simple film with some good character development, and a great mix of funny with serious... the plot kept you wondering until the end what the outcome was going to be. Michael Douglas and Evan Rachael Wood both delivered outstanding performances.
(mx) wrote: love vampire Hunter D
(us) wrote: The actors are great but the film is disappointing. In a 2007 interview with Esquire, Charlize Theron said that she considered this movie as the worst film she ever did, saying that "Reindeer Games was not a good movie, but I did it because I loved John Frankenheimer." A CNN review said: "Reindeer Games isn't at the bottom of his creative barrel, but it's close." On a $42 million budget, the film grossed $32,168,970 worldwide.
(mx) wrote: I don't like family friendly films about the Vietnam war.Truly disgusting.
(nl) wrote: watched this a couple of months ago it was OK but not the best alien movie, I heard the whole UFO abduction was a scam, and the guy was in some cabin in the woods a couple of days, because there was a cash prize in real life for something UFO related....
(de) wrote: incestuous monsters are very scary when they have sex with each other.
(ru) wrote: It is so bad that it is good. The gore is incredibly cheesy.
(es) wrote: This movie was ok... just not that interesting for the most part.
(mx) wrote: Ah, to be a horror lover in the 60's. From Hitchcock buying every copy he could of the novel Psycho to hide the twist, to Wait Until Dark lowering the theater lighting to the legal limit, to William Castle literally electrifying certain members of the audience in The Tingler, it truly was the genre's golden age. Bond director Terrance Young's adaptation of Frederick Knott's play about three men who terrorize a blind woman who may or may not have a doll stuffed with cocaine (not a euphemism) had only one noteworthy change from stage-to-screen. He set it in a basement. Add Alan Arkin in a role that brilliantly blends evil and camp, the gall to put Audrey Hepburn in distress, turned the lights down so low you can barely see what's happening, up the claustrophobia factor to an 11, and you have tension so unnerving you can scarcely breathe. Think it sounds more like suspense than horror? The most famous jump-scare in cinema history would beg to differ.
(ca) wrote: An unconventionally plotted noir with a classic Bogie/Bacall dynamic at its center, "Dark Passage" is yet another memorable effort from director Delmer Daves.
(it) wrote: Hattie was hilarious as the maid, and I could really relate to Katharine Hepburn.....this film shows why my parents will not meet most of my boyfriends.