Ten years after he brutally murdered two girls, a killer escapes from a mental institution and returns to his turf, the theme park attraction called Dark Ride. About to crash his path are a group of college kids on a road trip who stumble across the park.
- Stars:Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Patrick Renna, David Clayton Rogers, Alex Solowitz, Andrea Bogart, Jennifer Tisdale, Brittney Coyle, Chelsey Coyle, Dave Warden, Jim Cody Williams, Erin Dawson, Jack Doner, David Ury, Atticus Todd, Steven Mattila,
- Director:Craig Singer,
- Writer:Robert Dean Klein, Craig Singer
A group of six friends on a road trip stop off at an amusement park attraction named 'Dark Ride', unaware that a psychopath who brutally murdered two girls, has just escaped a mental institution and is seeking refuge there. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dark Ride torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Pretty funny and cute
(gb) wrote: TERRIFIC! Tense, French, and full of surprises. Loved it.
(au) wrote: Splendor in the Grass, without the innocence...Shame, without the shame, or indeed consequences of any import...beautifully shot, no at all surprising that the director Clement Virgo was inspired by Claire Denis(Vendredi soir)...there are many interesting and even beautiful aspects to this film, but...while it's clear that our lovers are in lust at first sight, and later perfectly clear why Balfour leaves sexaholic Lauren Lee Smith,I have no idea why they get back together. Is is that he simply missed the (explicit) sex?The two leads' characters are set up so beautifully, their conflict so clear, that bringing them back together without addressing their differences feels...well, rather like Andrew Tracy wrote in Cinema Scope of what he called McQueen's "exploitation and betrayal of his chief resource: Fassbender....".I'm not entirely sure I agree with Tracy about Shame, but in this lovely film I went along for the ride right up until the very end - here we have a female protagonist with utter self-awareness of her problem - we know this via her voice-over - such that she shows up for her sister's wedding late, on a bicycle, inappropriately dressed - and why wasn't she a bridesmaid anyway?...well you might think maybe the sister knew better than to trust her, but there are establishing scenes with the sisters in complete trust and harmony, for all their differences - but our sultry girl/woman, Hamlet-like, chooses to do nothing about her problem - instead she stalks the nearby suburban playground - why are there never any kids around?...why do these young adults have so much time on their hands?...(and now I know where Lena Dunham got her idea for sex in a metal cylinder....)I've never lived in suburbia, but always heard there is a lot of partner-swapping - maybe it's my own ignorance that doesn't get some of this film...but back to Lauren's Leila, she knows what is wrong, she sulks and thinks, but like the lead in Twilight, takes no action to address the real issues(in the case of Twilight, why am I attracted to very very very old men who get away with hanging out in schools and playgrounds because they look young)...and Eric's David doesn't take long to see this, and he doesn't like it - so why does he go back for her?I actually tried watching the director's voiceover notes, which started out very interestingly, but I gave up after a few tries - he was a wonderfully softspoken artsy and intelligent-sounding voice,but lauren simply couldn't control her giggling and laughing at herself everytime there was explicit sex on the screen, and as there is a lot of it, always including her, at he start of the film, and her laughter trebles some 3 to 4 times louder than his thoughtful but quiet remarks, I finally gave up....another case, for me, of great performances, beautifully told and shot story, but with an element to the story so glaringly missing, that in the end, I just have to say, great work guys, but either you or I missed something....
(it) wrote: This is not your usual deep and emotional Denzel movies. The mode of the movie is lighter but it is a crime film. And a very perfect example of one hell of a suspense. Every scene was a heartfelt thriller. You just don't know what will happen next. Keeps you on the edge of your seat at every minute. It was a very clever movie.
(ag) wrote: This is not a bad horror movie like you would think it would be. You would think it would be because of the low budget recycled torture porn vibe coming from it, but in reality it's not that bad, and it wasn't all that low budget; they use a quaintly camera at any rate. Senseless is about a young successful business executive who gets captured in a foreign country and placed in a white one bedroom apartment looking environment in which he can't escape. He soon realizes that he is being videotaped and every couple of days men in masks enter the space and torture him by hurting his five senses one by one. If you can watch Saw you can watch this, but it's not for everybody and it is pretty hard to watch at times. The bad guys are doing it to make a political statement even though its not a very strong or sound statement. I do like how you really are able to put yourself in this guys place and feel his fear, pain, and confusion.
(es) wrote: Funnier the 1st time on the show, but I guess an american reworking could have been worse.
(de) wrote: Sammo Hung made some fun movies back then. I hate that Dean Shek guy though, he partly ruines all movies he's in. Hehe, damit! The rest of the scenes are great though, has that 'matine' feeling.
(ag) wrote: Biggest pile of poo ever. Cheaply made, awful acting...just rubbish.
(mx) wrote: Awesome movie! Some really good acting..
(ca) wrote: Entertaining, but hollow. Get a bunch of people to say you're "great" because you made them famous. Truth is, the guy wouldn't give a toss about you unless he saw dollar signs for himself. He's larger than life, but not "great".
(ca) wrote: It's a simplistic movie with nice performances and chemistry. Olivia Wilde is always misused and never to the best of her abilities. I'm just waiting on that role that really will let her shine. Bateman does his same "i'm a wise cracking smart guy" part he does in every movie so yawn to him. Billy Crudup makes the most of his part and the stand out is Jenny Slate. She brings this movie alive with her scenes.
(gb) wrote: No need to watch this