A Canadian archaeological team in Sicily accidentally unleashes vengeful ghosts of five demonic nuns whom were murdered 500 years earlier and the ghosts now set out to kill the group and townspeople alike. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Canadian archaeological team in Sicily accidentally unleashes vengeful ghosts of five demonic nuns whom were murdered 500 years earlier and the ghosts now set out to kill the group and townspeople alike.
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Kearin G (nl) wrote: Elizabeth Olsen gives a brilliant debut performance as a traumatized young woman dealing with paranoia after escaping a dangerous cult. A must see.
Lovro H (ca) wrote: I've known about this movie for about 3 years now and I can't believe I've only seen it for the first time now. Martyrs follows two women, Anna and Lucie. Anna was, as a teen, kidnapped and tortured. Upon finding her, the police take her to the orphanage and there she meets Lucie, a girl who seems to be the only friend she has. And now, 15 years later, Anna is still trying to find the people who kidnapped her and she does. Now, I will not go into larger details about the plot because of how unpredictable and surprising this movie this. The plot surprised me four times! I wasn't expecting such a well developed plot, honestly. The ending is quite messed up and leaves a few questions unanswered, but it's satisfying and quite disturbing. The characters are, as well, well developed. Anna and Lucie have great chemistry between them and you actually care for what happens to them. The movie's direction is great. The atmosphere of the movie is very grim and dirty. The gore & violence is amazing! The movie has some truly memorable (in a bad way, I guess) torture scenes and it's hard to watch at times, but it doesn't affect the movie in a bad way, at all, it makes it even better. The soundtrack is great and there's many really cool songs that I added to my playlist! There's a big message at the end of the movie and the last minute might affect on how much the people will like/hate the movie. All in all, a great torture-porn movie with great acting and charaters, an intriguing plot with unpredictable twists and a beautiful soundtrack. I would highly recommend checking this movie out to anyone who wants to watch a good movie.
Samantha P (it) wrote: Documentary style film about hustlers in Prague.
Steve A (au) wrote: Classy cop drama with a top-shelf cast (Michael Ironside, M Emet Walsh, Bernie Casey, Richard Anderson, Lori Petty, Ice Cube) supporting newcomer Michael Boatman. Brilliant performances from all. First half of film a little formula - many of the payoffs can be seen coming a mile off - but once the tensions start building late in the piece Burnett just lets his fleet of vastly experienced actors loose on the material and they deliver in spades. Very memorable, and possibly the best film of Charles Burnett's career - right next to KILLER OF SHEEP.
James A (gb) wrote: Loved it...because I lived it.
Ivan M (es) wrote: ARGENTO,ROMERO,POE..........FUCK YEAH!
John A (gb) wrote: One of the most perfect films ever put together. Every shot works so well. The transitional shots bring Ozu's trademark rhythm to the film, while mainstays Ryu and Hara simply shine in their performances. The simplicity, care, and gentleness of the father/daughter relationship are strikingly beautiful, while the final sequences with the bride in her gown and the father returning home are simply heartbreaking. And yet, Ozu somehow manages to make everything appear as it should be. Magnificent.
william b (ru) wrote: I don't like cop movies or movies set in the South. I'm a Cage fan, and I felt that I had to make a quick decision at the Redbox as the line pressed in behind me. Good Thing.
Gabriel R (it) wrote: The first Cube film actually creates an atmosphere with the feelings of desperation and paranoia.The characters move along with both a healthy and unhealthy doses of cynicism creating a scenario where they realize something far more disturbing that "big brother is watching you" and its the realization that "nobody is watching"