Cult of the Cobra
While stationed in Asia, six American G.I.'s witness the secret ritual of Lamians (worshipers of women who can change into serpents). When discovered by the cult, the High Lamian Priest vows that "the Cobra Goddess will avenge herself". Once back in the United States, a mysterious woman enters into their lives and accidents begin to happen. The shadow of a cobra is seen just before each death.
- Stars:Faith Domergue, Richard Long, Marshall Thompson, Kathleen Hughes, William Reynolds, Jack Kelly, Myrna Hansen, David Janssen, Leonard Strong, James Dobson, Walter Coy, Carlsson, Olan Soule, Helen Wallace,
- Director:Francis D. Lyon,
- Writer:Jerry Davis (story), Jerry Davis (screenplay), Cecil Maiden (screenplay), Richard Collins (screenplay)
American G.I.s who trespass on a Hindu ceremony are hunted down by a beautiful woman who has the power to transform herself into a cobra. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cult of the Cobra torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Very surprised this only received a 32% score...sure it tugs on the heart strings with some basic themes...but they work! My daughter and I were both choking back tears and then laughing out loud throughout the movie. A great "popcorn" movie...and gotta love a movie you can enjoy with 6-12 year olds.
(ca) wrote: It succedes in showing a very in depth and complete biopic of the greatest chess master who was crazy like many with super powered brains. I wonder if he had been born today how many mental disorders he would have been diagnosed with. He come of very dislikeable from my perspective, not for his ego but for his lack of ability to back it up. There is one of the best shameings i have ever seen in any movie in this film.
(nl) wrote: A nice little movie (with a little bit of confidence missing from the storytelling). It doesn't bring anything new to the table, but maybe that's okay.
(mx) wrote: An interesting Iranian story following 6 girls trying to sneak into a Soccer game where no Women are allowed, to watch Iran try and qualify for the World Cup. The director Jafar Panahi was arrested for his most recent film and was unable to attend this year's Berlin Film Fest where he was to serve on the jury. Check it out!
(mx) wrote: germany tries its hand at fight club by way of kickboxer, it comes off as ok nothing else, the main guy has the look, but not much else
(ca) wrote: how come there no pic on this fucking case thats rude
(fr) wrote: Oh, sorry. I just threw up a little.
(es) wrote: While the uncut Japanese Gojira is far superior, Godzilla King of The Monsters is still a much watch.
(kr) wrote: Mesmerising, excellent picture. A great piece of Hollywood history. Outstanding performances by a great cast, a must see for every historical drama fan.
(gb) wrote: Despite its reputation as a British classic, Kes was not at all successful in America, where it was a commercial disaster. The wonderfully naturalistic dialogue, delivered in a broad Barnsley dialect, probably made the film rather inaccessible to our friends across the Atlantic. Kes is quite bleak and depressing in tone, showing a society that wallows in cultural and social deprivation, and characters who drink/steal/abuse to fill the void in their lives. The kestrel represents freedom, a chance for Billy to fly above the negative influences all around him, but it is a sense of freedom doomed as completely and inevitably as Billy himself is doomed to a bleak future. Loach relieves the gloomy atmosphere with occasional flashes of humour, one being a rudely suggestive song performed by a 'turn' in a working men's club; the other being a fabulous school football lesson in which the teacher (Brian Glover) dreams of himself as Bobby Charlton and provides hilarious commentary of the match while he runs rings around his pupils. Away from the comedy, Kes is extremely powerful and gritty viewing, strongly performed by its cast of 'real' actors and believable non-professionals. As an example of Yorkshire-based cinema, Kes may well stake a valid claim to be the best of the lot. Harsh, depressing, gritty, yes... but above all excellent.