Curse of the Crimson Altar
When his brother disappears, Robert Manning pays a visit to the remote country house he was last heard from. While his host is outwardly welcoming - and his niece more demonstrably so - Manning detects a feeling of menace in the air with the legend of Lavinia Morley, Black Witch of Greymarsh, hanging over everything.
Robert Manning begins a investigation into his missing brother. He comes to the house his brother was the last heard from. The owner of this house is welcoming him, but he doesn’t know many uncanny things are coming up. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Curse of the Crimson Altar torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: 3/10: Watch this if you like ridiculously over the top nonsense comedy. I quite enjoy it myself.
(br) wrote: I can't tell you how many times I screamed at the screen "STOP MOVING THE F***ING CAMERA". If this movie was told straight forward without all the "hip" camera angles and in and out of focus moments and fade outs and all the other nausea inducing camera tricks, it might've been a half decent movie. The only redeeming quality of the movie is the acting by the 2 leads. Couldn't wait for this to be over.
(fr) wrote: Spoke in Mandarin and Cantonese.
(ca) wrote: Pretty much a typical teen/college type movie. Diffidently NOT the best that I have seen. Still has some really funny parts. Tara Reid w00t, even though she did not play much of a part in this movie. T_T
(ru) wrote: An immoderately crass burlesque hell bent on playing up annoying eccentricity thinking it is uproariously funny and crashes gravely.
(kr) wrote: This Movie, by the same director as Eternal Sunshine, has not lost his touch. A surreal movie of the best kind.
(jp) wrote: love this movie! soo deep
(ag) wrote: I just love it when you fiond a good film with just a hand full of actors. The three actos here are virtually the only characters in this film, and it's better then many ensemle casts. Funny, dark and witty.
(ag) wrote: I lived in Manning Iowa where this movie is set; I met only one person there who would acknowledge it and he was the Chief of Police and he put his hand on his gun when I brought it up. 'Nuf said?
(gb) wrote: i realized i wanted to be like gary oldman watching this. exactly him. and i'm a girl. the acting here is pure love <3 but my god Molina's scary with that wig! (more than without it)
(jp) wrote: i like the song iss deewanay ladke ko koyi samjaye
(it) wrote: The action, story, everything = awsome-oh
(mx) wrote: Hearts & Minds, released in 1974, was one of the first films about the Vietnam War to have an anti-war message. Before this, movies like The Green Berets were as pro-war as they could get. But then Hearts & Minds was released, and even though I wasn't alive then, I am sure that it changed alot of people's opinions about the war. The film consists mostly of interviews of soldiers, politicians, and Vietnamese civilians, and it shows how it affected their lives. Most of the interviews offer alot of insight into the war, especially with the injured soldiers, but there were a few interviews that didn't really have any purpose, and they could have been left out. The rest of the film consists of news footage of the war, and even though the footage is usually very brief, the imagery is very haunting. Is the film biased? Yes. Does that make the film bad? No. The film is very one-sided, but it came out during a time when that side didn't really have any support. Hearts & Minds is a great documentary, and it is a great example of anti-war film making, and because of that, it deserves to be watched.
(ru) wrote: Beautifully shot, clever in its symbolics, and it makes you think about life and death, about faith and science.
(fr) wrote: I see where Winterbottom and screenwriter Paul Viragh want to go with this film - I get the point and I admire them for pushing the envelope like this -, but it is hard to shake the feeling that their many unripe ideas result in a sort of mixed bag that is not entirely satisfying.