Demonoid: Messenger of Death
A British woman visits her husband at the Mexican mine he is attempting to reopen and discovers that the workers refuse to enter the mine fearing an ancient curse. The couple enter the mine to prove there is no danger and inadvertently release a demon which possess people's left hands and forces them to behave in a suitably diabolical manner. The only way for a possessed person to free themselves from this torment is to cut off their left hand after which it scurries away in search of its next victim.
The film tells the horrifying story of spouses looking for silver in Mexico who finds a 300-year-old severed hand driven by a demon that causes madness and death to whomever owns it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Demonoid: Messenger of Death torrent reviews
(au) wrote: An interesting look at corruption of the indian legal system and media sensationalism concerning a murder case which captured the attention of India. There were interesting performances from Rani Mukherjee as the tough talking, workaholic news reporter, and vidya balan as a woman who seeks justice for her murdered sister. A crucial error is made by the film makers at the beginning of the film...they let the audience see the crime happen, thereby destroying most of the suspense. Perhaps they were trying to recreate a sense of indignation toward all the characters who act dishonerably, but it gives the film an awkward pacing. There are some moments which are kind of corny, but perhaps that just might be my western sensibilities talking. Worth checking out
(gb) wrote: This doco explores hydrofracking in the US. Extremely informative, easy to watch. All NZers should watch this film to see what fracking is and what it has done and continues to do in the States.
(au) wrote: Monsters University was amazing... the last 1/3 of it that is. The rest is just a cliched 80s college buddy movie that didn't really bring out what made the original so fun and creative.
(ca) wrote: I'm sure we've all watched a movie in a sort of bemused 'how did this ever get made / who thought this was a good idea?' kinda way.This is the most recent example of such that I've seen. Terrible, terrible film, in which it transpires that the Nazis set up a secret base on the dark side of the moon in 1945, and have spent the last 1/2 century or so preparing to invade Earth, with the time finally arriving in when this is set (2018). Terrible 'acting', some seriously bad 'comedy' moments that just aren't funny, dodgy effects and a plot that feels like it's been made up by a video-game obsessed teenager make this one to avoid.
(ru) wrote: Great film with fantastic young actors.
(jp) wrote: Could be good. Right?
(au) wrote: Good stuff. Rachel Weisz is cute
(ag) wrote: a story of determination in racing the sun...
(ag) wrote: Awesome Story! I loved it! Good Stuff.
(de) wrote: The movie turned out to be much richer than I expected it to be.
(au) wrote: I have seen this film twice, and it doesn't atop entertaining. It's has a touch as a brilliant romantic comedy. The script was good, and Jack Nicholson did an excellent performance in playing Melvin. I find it a movie to see.
(es) wrote: The best of the Wilder/Pryor pairings. Clever plot and lots of laughs
(us) wrote: No action, weak plot. Boring.
(nl) wrote: This was a charming movie and the end brought tears to my eyes (like usual for drama's). It was a little slow at parts and I think the ending could have used a little more...something, but it was a nice chick-flick and just what I needed on that particiular evening :)