Dark Minds

Dark Minds

Haunted by horrific nightmares, Beverly seeks professional help to keep her sanity. She is desperate to find a way that will separate her nightmares from reality.

Haunted by horrific nightmares, Beverly seeks professional help to keep her sanity. She is desperate to find a way that will separate her nightmares from reality. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechers

Dark Minds torrent reviews

Ted W (jp) wrote: At times better than part one and at times worse, this omnibus throws 26 short shorts of varying quality. Some are outstanding, some aren't. There is a tremendous claymation bug short, an interesting take on zombies, but some that barely rise above the level of a beer commercial.

Luis G (es) wrote: This really starts out frustratingly disappointing. Is it a documentary, fiction, somewhere in between? I can usually get into Werner Herzog docs but this is just dumb. The CG is pretty bad and not convincing. "Jurassic Park" was lightyears ahead of these XBox 360-like cartoony dinos. There really isn't much meat to this poor project.

Nicholas H (kr) wrote: A great horror movie that actually scares the sh*t out of you. When I first watched this movie a year ago, I couldn't take my eyes off the TV screen and my heart was pounding out of my chest. Finally, a horror movie that actually does what it's supposed to do.

Pashai C (mx) wrote: I saw this movie at least 700 times! I loved it so much! Can they make another movie like this one?

Jeannette (mx) wrote: I really don't know what to think of this movie. It was kind of all over the place. What's up with the mom and son, I mean straight up incest. Ill. What's the point of this movie? It was way slow, I almost fell asleep.

Jesse F (gb) wrote: A few charming moments aside, Fat Albert is a bland and unfunny film adaption of the beloved cartoon.

Darrin C (jp) wrote: Better than the first one and the first one wasn't bad. This one had more varied types of characters and the story evolved from the first one in that more things are found out as to why the "accidents" are occurring. Also, the people and deaths are mentioned from the first movie as well as a couple of characters who come back for this sequel.

Dann M (nl) wrote: Yet another lame and uninspired goofball comedy, Ernest Goes to School is cliched and trite. Now working as a high school janitor, Ernest P. Worrell faces his greatest challenge when, in order to keep his job, he goes back to school to get his dilemma. Bill Byrge returns to the series as Bobby, which is a nice surprise and helps to add some continuity. But Ernest has ceased to be a character and has devolved into a generic, mindless buffoon. And, the comedy lacks any cleverness or wit. Yet it doesn't compare to how hideously awful the acting is. Ernest Goes to School is yet another step down for the series, and marks its transition to straight-to-video.

Daniel K (au) wrote: 2.5: Not Monroe's best, nor Mitchum's. It doesn't really qualify as a Western either. It's really a cross between a Western and a Romantic Comedy, which makes it somewhat unusual. It's solid entertainment, but nothing to write home about. The lack of modern CGI and/or more up-to-date camera techniques definitely show in the river action sequences.

David H (it) wrote: Pretty crappy overall but it's got some great kills and several "so-bad-it's-good" moments.

Little D (br) wrote: This movie is more of a "ghost story" drama than it is a horror film. The acting and cinematography are both excellent, however, the plot itself could have been a bit more engaging.

Andrew S (ag) wrote: This is garbage. Do not recommend.

Howard F (au) wrote: This sounds like a Canadian version of the Lone Ranger and Tonto, or should I say Toronto. Except it takes place in western Canada. I'd like to see this because I love Canada, the Canadian thanksgiving is next Monday, October 12 (who cares about Columbus Day?!) and I've still want revenge on the Cree Indians, because I once danced with a Cree Indian girl in Regina, Saskatchewan, and she didn't tell me she was married until I started writing letters to her, when I returned to North Dakota.

Jose Miguel G (nl) wrote: From start to finish, an effectively directed and edited psychological drama that keeps audience fully focused on a smart and intriguing plot.