Deadly Blessing

Deadly Blessing

This film is set in Amish Country, at a local farm, where a woman's husband is mysteriously killed by his own tractor!

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:1981
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   murder,   widow,  

This film is set in Amish Country, at a local farm, where a woman's husband is mysteriously killed by his own tractor! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Deadly Blessing torrent reviews

Malcolm M (us) wrote: A stunning production that really makes me wish I'd gone to this. The visual set up was immense but I think I preferred the Palookavision for it's wow factor. Just a shame our showing only had 12 people turn up.

Larisa C (us) wrote: I love dog movies, but this one doesn't hold a candle to my dog skip.

Kyle S (mx) wrote: I went into this movie expecting it to be awful. It looked bad and the reviews were bad. It wasn't good but it also wasn't bad. Sam Worthington was average but the supporting cast was actually pretty good. The plot wasn't concrete. It had some moments when it was actually really good and it was interesting and it really kept me entertained. There was a part near the end of the movie when I was like okay that is impossible. And throughout the movie it had some parts that were just nearly impossible. It was a little too far fetched for a movie with the story line and plot of something that was actually pretty realistic and could actually maybe happen. but it did have it's moments. Overall it is not good but it's not bad. It's pretty generic in it's thrills and is ehhh decent I guess. (75, C)

kevin b (ca) wrote: Enthrawlling and top notch performances create an eerie and chilling mystery movie

Dwight F (it) wrote: Hey, I like Table Tennis. Fairly mediocre movie otherwise.

Ceph J (nl) wrote: The worst thing part of a thriller is not to have the audience really care what's going on. There's about eight characters who are kiilled and it's hard to keep track since everyone is busy explaining the convoluted plot. The actors appear to be either posing for the camera or sleepwalking since they have a consistent monotonous way of talking. The only interest is how it's going to end and the twist left me cold. Albeit, Robinson Stevenin is well suited to the role of the transvestite and Stephane Metzger is appropriately cast as a self-centered, sexy but brutual man. It's the type of French movie that's too talky and would have benefited from fewer characters and less plot.

Tim S (us) wrote: If there's one thing that Ken Russel's trippy sci-fi/horror masterpiece Altered States has going for it, it's that it definitely holds up to close scrutiny because the images and the way they are presented are way out there and still hold up today. I can't imagine what people must have thought in 1980 when this was released. Hardly anyone was making movies like this, except for maybe Stanley Kubrick and Alejandro Jodorowsky. It's been referred to by a lot of people as the 2001: A Space Odyssey of its kind, and while watching it, you can certainly understand that. While it does have a plot, a lot of it seems to be thrown out the window because a lot of the things that happen have no real consequences for the characters, especially William Hurt. The movie is basically stuffed with scientific, theological, and philosophical dialogue, and the rest of the time, it's a bunch of trippy images. That's it in a nutshell, and while the film tries to say something, it doesn't quite fully succeed. But you can't deny its uniqueness and how it affects you while you're watching. You will remember images from it long after you shut it off, and that's definitely saying something. It may not be perfectly rounded on all edges, but I don't believe it was really meant to be. You either get with it or you don't, and in my case, I do, mostly. It's a well-made film, but for the mind.

Justin W (ru) wrote:'s alright. it's not that good....but it's not absolutely terrible, either. some of the stuff was how that vehicle got logs in i when the logs tipped it over from a different side...and how the snowbeast died...overall, this movie is just an abominable snowman film...except not as good as you'd probably want it to be.

Pablo G (mx) wrote: 4.4/5Back when movies where more focused, well written, and most of all original, Lon The Professional was there in 1994 to proudly take the price for most charming and unique action/drama film that doesnt let the menial revenge plot get in the way of everything else that makes the movie so unique, as well as making Luc Bessons most recent films even more embarassing.

Berni E (mx) wrote: Hard to give this movie a high score because its an appalling horror story really.....very believable, upsetting and disturbing. In short, a good film about a horrific possibility/likelihood. Cleverly starts as a comedy to hook you in and then turns horribly dark.