Death and Cremation
In a typical American suburb filled with middle class morals, a lonely 59-year-old, Stan, contributes to society by offering cremation services from his basement. In fact, Stan murders neighbors he perceives to be social bullies. Jarod, a fatherless 17-year-old high school outcast, lands an after-school job in Stan's cremation house and the two develop an unusual working relationship that quickly evolves into a partnership. As detective Matt Fairchild puts together clues from local disappearances, Stan must decide if protecting his newfound trainee is worth killing for.
- Stars:Brad Dourif, Jeremy Sumpter, Scott Elrod, Debbon Ayer, Sam Ingraffia, Daniel Baldwin, Staci Keanan, Kate Maher, Carly Craig, Blake Hood, Madison Eginton, Kevin Elms, Karen Bethzabe, Tyson Turrou, Celine Lozier,
- Director:Justin Steele,
- Writer:Alecc Bracero, Justin Steele
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Death and Cremation torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: this movie sends out a message to missing children! This movie is a must-see. it's only available on VHS but don't let that stop you! It has great acting in this for a reason. It's based upon a true story.
(gb) wrote: The aim of making this film is good but the production is far from that good expectation. I believe it is due to low budget. The questions the geniuses need to solve are always in our minds too.
(mx) wrote: This movie really touched my heart....... I'm just...speechless.
(ag) wrote: It kind of reminded me of Little Miss Sunshine, only not as funny. Decent movie though.
(br) wrote: Although he, like everyone, has had missteps, Bruiser proves once more that when Romero is on, he can tell a cinematic story like no one. Less horror than psychological drama, it's a great metaphorical thriller about self.
(au) wrote: This fast-paced comedy stars Kathleen Turner and Dennis Quaid as Jeff and Jane Blue, former spies on maternity leave in New Orleans. The quick-thinking espionage professionals are eager to enjoy their vacation and their new daughter, attempting to lead a normal life as a family. When the notorious head of the Czechoslovakian Secret Police, Paulina Novacek (Fiona Shaw), is suspected of being in the New Orleans area, the CIA convinces the suave couple to go undercover on the top-secret hunt. Their investigation turns New Orleans upside down as the Blues are chased by the suspicious local police, a vengeful mugger (Stanley Tucci), and the villainous Novacek's henchmen. The masterful couple prove that they are ruthless spies, as well as doting parents, and are soon up against Novacek herself, who has stolen lethal military explosives. These stroller-toting spies mean business and soon find themselves up against their archrival in a battle of the wits.
(gb) wrote: my best movie so interesting
(nl) wrote: My brothers are 12 and 13 years older, respectively. So I never had the pleasure of comparing my penis with them. At least they could have taken me out to a brothel for god's sake! Damn them, I missed out on so much.
(br) wrote: An oddball sequel that's both rehash and far departure.
(br) wrote: Cleo is arguably the best of the Carry On series courtesy of some fine turns, especially Kenneth Williams, and the use of sets from Cleopatra. The Carry On series is on a roll at this point!
(nl) wrote: There's too much of many things in this high octane movie. First and foremost is the amount of basketball double entendres. It's, at first, eye rolling worthy but after awhile you'll be yelling at the movie like it's a person. There is a point in the movie were Rodman and Van Damme jump out of plane with no parachutes and turn into a basketball and safely land on the ground. Sure that doesn't make sense reading about here. It actually makes less sense when you see in the movie. I gave one star for the fight scene at the end were Van Damme hits a tiger. There's also a very odd amount of Coca cola product placement in the last fight. Really really odd.