Dead of Night: A Darkness at Blaisedon

Dead of Night: A Darkness at Blaisedon

Investigator Jonathon Fletcher and his assistant Sajeed Rau investigate supernatural incidents that the local authorities either cannot or will not tackle.

Investigator Jonathon Fletcher and his assistant Sajeed Rau investigate supernatural incidents that the local authorities either cannot or will not tackle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dead of Night: A Darkness at Blaisedon torrent reviews

David K (ru) wrote: This was okay, a little bit better than the 2nd.

Matthew L (ru) wrote: A top notch Scooby-Doo adventure after the DTV movies and seemed to loose their way a little in the middle of the decade. Continuing the theme of non-supernatural villians, though it does feature some supernatural elements, in keeping with the original series, this throws an extra twist in by seemingly tying up the mystery by the mid way point before throwing in a surprise twist and some fantastic character moments.

Roy W (kr) wrote: So bad that it's worse than a film that's "so bad it's good"! You'll never see anything like it.

Dave K (us) wrote: Kind of a random rambler...difficult to follow who was who and what was what...I personally always have an issue understanding Brit and Aussie dialogue so furthered the frustration...gotta love an ending that isn't really one

Sin P (jp) wrote: Excellent. Really quite fascinating and draws you in, not only extremely well written but superbly acted too. And very thought provoking.

Nathan S (mx) wrote: Dustin Hoffman is amazing in this one

Igor M (ag) wrote: Loved it! Don't trust the imitations, watch the original. Funny and dynamic.

Joseph C (gb) wrote: I was expecting something along the lines of Hobgoblins (well, not THAT bad), so I was very pleasantly surprised at Buechler's Troll. It's a dark fantasy-scape which explodes the boundaries of a dull apartment building into another world occupied by trolls, dragons, wizards and princesses. It was clever and rather funny, as well as having some creepy moments and rather unforgettably strange music. Jenny Beck, as the troll in little sister form, was convincing, and it was great to see Hathaway outside of The Neverending Story. But, I think June Lockhart, as the apartment's resident witch, steals the show, along with Phil Fondacaro, who plays both the troll (whose eyes give the creature a feeling of character and depth) and as Professor Malory, who the troll befriends.

Rebecca H (gb) wrote: This is Hindi cinema by director Samir Karnik. Two goof-off college students set out to make up their academic lapses by making an anti-army movie. In the process, they come to respect the military in terms of the sacrifices that are made. I would not call this a pro-war movie, but it is definitely pro-military. Not a bad movie to watch for some balance on the subject.

Matthew B (us) wrote: This movie had one of the best whistle in any movie I've seen.The story is about psychosis, Hayley Mills plays Susan Harper, a young student who tries to help a rich, emotionally ill and sinister young man, Martin Durnley (Hywel Bennett). Martin is a schizophrenic who assumes the personality of a six-year-old boy when he is in his "nice" phase. Susan talks a store manager out of pressing charges against Martin after he steals a toy duck. Martin wants to take the toy to his mongoloid brother, who is in an institution. Martin's stepfather, Henry (Frank Finlay), enraged by his shoplifting, evicts Martin despite the pleas of his mother, Enid (Phyllis Calvert). Martin, again acting like a young child, is taken in by Susan's mother, Joan Harper (Billie Whitelaw), who runs a boarding house.Do you that scene from Kill Bill where Elle Driver is walking down the corridor in the hospital and she starts whistling that awesome but menacing whistle, yeah do you know that first came from? yep this movie and that's the only reason I checked it out because of that, after seeing the movie I can say that this a pretty damn good horror movie and the most overlooked horror movie I've seen.Hayley Mills as the main psychopath of the movie dose a brilliant and a menacing little creep that got under my skin, because Martin or George (The main character psychopath) acts like a man child as he acts like he hasn't grown up yet and everyone treats him like a child, but really his a pure psycho and that pretty much explains why he acts like a little kid just to act innocent and fool everyone. Now when I think about it it's kind of nerving that this guy acts like this and that just add to unsettling nature of are main killer and Hayley Mills did a outstanding performance playing this character.The director of the movie Roy Boulting which this is my first movie that he directed that I've seen and Roy Boulting did great behind the camera filming the unsettling and the uncomfortable scene where Martin was in and the director really set the scene very well. He made this movie look like if Alfred Hitchcock directed it. The rest of the cast did fine in they roles, Martin was a interesting psychopath and the ending to the movie was even more uncomfortable and I think that's what made this movie stand out and doesn't hold anything back and just goes for it.Now for problems with the movie: Some of the writing in the movie was a bit well how can I say it, oh yeah wooden and corny. Some of the other characters in the movie I didn't really care about to be honest, I only cared about Martin the killer because well he's so messed up that makes him more interesting.Overall Twisted Nerve is a good overlooked horror movie that at times felt like a Alfred Hitchcock film at times.

Francisco L (br) wrote: American Psycho counts with a talented cast and with a bloody interesting story, however it is confusing enough to dislike its end.

Russ B (mx) wrote: 3/5/2017: A good movie and already a classic.

Julia L (ag) wrote: I loved this book when I was growing up, but now that I'm older and understand a lot more, this movie evoked a larger emotional response. I am excited to reread the book as an adult now.

Greg W (de) wrote: good historical drama gr8 cast.