Dead Shadows

Dead Shadows

Dead Shadows tells the terrifying story about a young man, Chris, whose parents were brutally killed 11 years ago, on the same day that the comet of Haley could be seen from earth. Tonight, a new comet is going to appear and everyone in Chris’s building are getting ready for a big apocalypse party to celebrate the event. As the night falls, Chris starts to discover that people are acting strange and it seems to somehow be connected to the comet. People are becoming disoriented and violent and it doesn’t take long before they start mutating into something from beyond this world.

Chris' parents were murdered on the same day the Halley comet was visible from Earth. Eleven years later, a new comet lights up the Parisian sky, but as the night goes on, people begins to transform into horrible creatures. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dead Shadows torrent reviews

Jey A (ag) wrote: Maybe it's a dance instuctional video?

Alfin N (au) wrote: Good story idea, marred by inarticulate script and direction.

Isaac A (it) wrote: Could rate it 10 stars if I could

Walter M (es) wrote: Once, Cheyenne(Sean Penn) had been a rock star. Now, he lives retired in semi-inclusion with his firefighter wife Jane(Frances McDormand) in Dublin due to tax reasons. Then, he gets news that his father is seriously ill back in New York. At first, he intends to fly but they cannnot get the altimeter working on the airplane to his satisfaction. So, he takes a cruise ship instead. Which is a whole different level of hell altogether. So far, Paolo Sorrentino has shown a remarkable amount of visual poetry in his films so far. With "This Must Be the Place," he attempts something akin to a plot which is definitely a mixed bag due to it involving a hunt for an ancient Nazi which also allows Judd Hirsch to gnaw on scenery to his heart's content. On the other hand, the movie could be said to be in general about people who are out of sync with time, as illustrated by Sean Penn's off-kilter performance as somebody who is ultra-sensitive to the world around him. But none of that allows the movie to escape Wim Wenders' orbit, road movie division, and not just because the very welcome Harry Dean Stanton puts in an appearance, with David Byrne(who also wrote the music for the film) as the random cameo musician.

Michael A (ru) wrote: A variation on the long haired dead chick revenge movie. chick is housekeeper for Chinese lady, chick starts seeing ghosts. chick finds out mystery and has to fight back. Oh yea when you are fleeing a Haunted House DON'T STOP and pack a suitcase.

Matt B (jp) wrote: A good documentary that will put a lot of films on your "to see" list.

Natalie T (fr) wrote: Weird and confusing in it's own special way. 2 1/2 for Orli <3

Jesse H (de) wrote: This is a great movie!


Deborah H (br) wrote: Cute movie, great for a rainy day. Teds Son gets his father to live life the right way, after being released from prison

Carmela (mx) wrote: What a sweet musical -- Fred Astaire playing the shy dancer who's looking for work in South America, Rita Hayworth playing one of a family of sisters with a father who orchestrates everyone's lives. A more unique plot, I thought, paired with good humor and a lovely starring pair made this a joy to watch.

Mark K (gb) wrote: I guess I'm on a classics kick this week. Tales from Manhattan is an odd little film made up a series of episodes and vignettes where a tailcoat changes the lives of a number of people. Fate can be capricious, though, and some do well and others poorly by owning the coat. With an engaging mix of stories linked together, and a terrific cast of studio power names, Tales of Manhattan is still fun to watch. There's two versions: Either its theatrical release (five stories) or a 'restored' release with the sixth story as part of the disc set. The film isn't without its weaknesses, with a weaker story near the end about a poor black family finding the coat that used far too many stereotypes. However, the love triangles are carried off well, and two of the stories are standouts: Charles Laughton as a struggling composer, and Edward G. Robinson as a man who has lost everything are, in my opinion two of the most heartfelt episodes. Overall, a gem that many people have probably not seen.

Ethan H (es) wrote: Not as good as it was made out to be

Wayne M (it) wrote: The Water Diviner is a distinctly ordinary film. Sure it's not a bad film, but it is most certainly an average one. Russell Crowe directs and stars and sadly the material dips into cliche and sentimentality too much to ever let the film soar. The story is a good one, a father goes back to Gallipoli four years after the death of his sons to find their bodies. But this film doesn't involve emotionally, rather it plods along to a fairly predictable ending.