Donner and his roomates are out of money and about to get evicted from their home. So as a diversion from their situation, he invites them to his father's cabin in the Canadian wilderness. They all go along, but soon learn that there's no cabin - he's really trying to find Sasquatch.
- Stars:Jason Lee, Renée Humphrey, Jason Mewes, Carmen Llywelyn, Martin Brooks, Gloria Ingram, Kristin Mosier, Sheryl Brooks, Joey Lauren Adams, Kevin Smith, Chris Pastras, Brian Pearson, Ethan Suplee, Fido, Lisa Zimmerman,
- Director:Matthew Gissing, Malcolm Ingram,
- Writer:Malcolm Ingram, Matthew Gissing
A young man, with the help of his unsuspecting roommates, hikes through the Canadian wilderness in search of Sasquatch. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Drawing Flies torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Could be way better...
(mx) wrote: The main character is a twat and i wanted him to die. He was just a whiney irritating kid.
(ru) wrote: 'Green Mansions' is one of those rare movies I can't help but like even though I can plainly see all the flaws in it. And yes, there are a good deal of flaws in this movie, but I always come back to the same point...it stars the Great Anthony Perkins and the Great Audrey Hepburn. And how could I possibly not enjoy a movie with both of them in it at the same time?I guess I'm a little bias, but bias aside there still are some things in this film that work. The plot is awesome, as most movie plots are when they're borrowed from famous literature. It doesn't really start going anywhere until the end, but when it does, believe me, it does. And it helps that Perkins and Hepburn are extremely, extremely attractive.Now, it hurts me a little bit to say this, but Perkins felt a little off in this one. I couldn't really pinpoint if it was the semi-cheesy dialogue/transitions or his acting, but something was off. And Audrey had a few hilarious moments, but I know for a fact that was to blame on bad dialogue ("You're a traitor I tell you!" *runs away* "A TRAITOR!"). 'Green Mansions' is enjoyable, and even though I see all of the things wrong with it, I couldn't help but like it.
(it) wrote: Use David Cross in a way that's funny. I love his comedy but when they put him in a movie they just need to let him go. He is a talanted comedy writer as well so just let him make some kinks to the script for everyones benefit.
(jp) wrote: Kevin S. Tenney's original film is a horrifying, fun and amusing piece of Halloween viewing. Film stars Horror veteran Linnea Quigley and Amelia Kinkade. Night of the Demons is a terrific blend of horrifying blood and gore. Tenney's excellent directing effects a fun mood of terror on screen, and the film succeeds in being horrifying, and amusing all at once. The kids spend the night in a haunted funeral home for Halloween, and they discover an old mirror. Soon each of them become Demons and the rest that aren't try to survive the night. Night of the Demons is a definite Halloween seasonal classic. Night of the Demons is a fun, thrilling carnival of horror extravaganza that will definitely appeal to every old school horror fan. Night of the Demons is a definite must see classic. Kevin Tenney's directing is superb, and he directs this stellar cast of actors in the amusing spook fest. The special effects are very well done and the film is meant not to be taken too seriously, which is a must for a film like this. Night of the Demons may be a flawed film, but it definitely delivers all the necessities that good horror film needs to deliver to appeal to its audience. As a diehard Horror fan, I personally think that this is one of the best Horror films of the 1980's. If you love all the classic 80's Horror films, and you haven't seen this film yet, then give this one a shot. Night of the Demons promises to be one terrific night of spooky enjoyable fun.
(nl) wrote: One of the most suspenseful movies I have ever seen.
(fr) wrote: Gripping in the repulsiveness of its main characters. Not inconceivable that this sort of thing really happens in Britain. Horrific if so.A sort of upper-set Lord of the Flies.