Abused, broke and down on her luck, Sarah is given a new shot at life when she moves into a new apartment. At first the apartment seems to have been the right choice for Sarah, she even meets some new friends including Sid (Jason Mewes). But before long tenants begin disappearing, when Sarah and Sid go looking for them, they discover an evil lurks, hell bent on not only taking over their building, but the city as well. As Sarah and Sid fight for survival, the bitter and vengeful ghost begins inhabiting the bodies of the tower’s tenants turning them to bloodthirsty zombies.
- Stars:Jason Mewes, Roxanne Pallett, Frances Ruffelle, Jessica-Jane Stafford, Emma Buckley, Kweku Amoa, Peter Barrett, Jessica Ann Bonner, Jason Thomas Brown, Alison Carroll, Adam Dakin, Emily Denton-Davies, Lee Dilley, Steven Dolton, Tony Earnshaw,
- Director:Owen Tooth,
- Writer:Adam J. Marsh
When Sid's friend goes missing, he and new girl Sarah investigate disappearances in their tower block. Uncovering the secret of a vengeful ghost possessing a horde of zombies, they must fight for their lives - and their souls. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Devil's Tower torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Daniel Radcliffe surprises with his intense performance as an FBI agent gone undercover to infiltrate a white supremacist group. The story staggers at times, but this is a timely topic given the rise of these terror groups. Recommended.
(gb) wrote: Lego movie so much better
(gb) wrote: I really love this movie
(nl) wrote: i loved it. The universe is amazing, it's creative and to top it all of, nostalgia.
(fr) wrote: Not good, not terrible.
(es) wrote: One of Renoir's very best and most touching works; I might even rank it (gasp) above Rules of the Game!
(us) wrote: Truly some of the most astonishing and lavish choreography sequences ever filmed, which is ironic since according to the plot of the film, they're low-cost movie prologues made on the cheap for easy countrywide re-enactment, despite the fact that they all seem to require a cast of thousands, compositions only visible through a film camera, and sets that would bankrupt a Vegas casino. Speaking of the plot, it falls well short of the inimitable '42nd Street,' but it at least holds interest, unlike many similar knock-offs which aspire to little more than padding for the stage scenes. If you're talking musicals from the 30's, '42nd Street' is untouchable, but the final number, 'Shanghai Lil,' is probably Busby Berkley's best work.
(br) wrote: horrible and annoying, i couldn't wait for it to end.
(us) wrote: This is an obscene falsification of history. Russell Crowe made this WWI epic in cooperation with the Turkish state to tell the story of the 10.000 Australian soldiers who died at Gallipoli. Since the Turkish state is still in denial about the Armenian genocide of 1915, the death of 1.5 mill. Armenian civilizes its not even mentioned. Maybe this wasn't Crowe's intention, but through the co-optation of the Turkish state, this has become a propaganda tool for Turkish nationalism.