A young writer experiences visions during episodes of sleep paralysis, and she retreats with her boyfriend to an isolated house in the desert. As the visions worsen, she teeters on the edge of insanity as she uncovers a life-threatening secret.

Struggling with horrifying, sleep-paralysis induced visions, a young writer retreats with her boyfriend to an isolated desert house. As the visions intensify, she finds herself on the verge of losing her mind...or uncovering a life-threatening secret. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Echoes torrent reviews

ruban d (au) wrote: To be honest its a Pack of Underrated-comedy!

Karun S (ru) wrote: almost Great but ................................ something is still missisng

LAM S (ag) wrote: One Missed Call 1 is better...The child in this movie was pitiful. Those villagers were disliked the little girl and regarded her as a jinx...The villagers treated her cruelly. They used the needle stitched on her mouth to prevent her to talk nonsense. It is because the little girl was said with a boy, he will death after 3 days. Unfortunately, the boy was really death after 3 days...

Greg S (au) wrote: A college freshman who believes he was abducted by aliens searches for his old Little League teammate, now a male prostitute, thinking he holds the clue to the mysterious events of his childhood. Something like MIDNIGHT COWBOY with a bit of "The X Files" thrown in, this painful and graphic drama explores how similar traumas can produce opposite effects.

Jennifer P (br) wrote: Good movied about a guy who over came all the odds of haveing an abusive father by grasping the love of his mother. Really, though, what'd you expect?

Elgan D (gb) wrote: Peter Jackson's first feature is full of the energy he would later harness to better effect in 'Brain-dead/Dead Alive'. The picture is obviously very low budget and a little crass but still achieves a great deal especially in its earlier sequences.

Kelsey R (br) wrote: So this is other most bizarre (bizarrest is not a word, I'm sure of it) film I've seen. Again, not sure what to think about it. Just...crazy.

Kevin R (kr) wrote: The police man put his hand in my mouth. I only closed it. Jonathan 'Colorado' Corbett has eliminated all bandits in the entire state of Texas. His accolades are so well regarded that he is discussed for various political positions. When a bandit wanted for raping a twelve year old girl crosses Texas in hopes of reaching Mexico, instead of sending a 30 man posse, they send Corbett. "If I kill you they'll just send another man after me that's much smarter." Sergio Sollima, director of Berlin '39, Blood in the Streets, The Black Corsair, Requiem for a Secret Agent, and Face to Face, delivers The Big Gundown. The storyline for this western is fascinating and contains two brilliant characters that are surprising and witty. The script is excellent and the action scenes are solid. The cast includes Lee Van Cleef, Tomas Milian, Luisa Rivelli, and Walter Barnes. "Twenty-three duels twenty-three widows." We DVR'd this picture because it starred the wonderful Lee Van Cleef. I was surprised that it was the supporting character, played by Tomas Milian, which carried the picture for me. I loved his lines and his unpredictable behaviors and mannerisms. Overall, this is an underrated western that is a must see for fans of the genre. "He was a bandit; but most of all, he was an idiot." Grade: A

Matthew J (ca) wrote: Despite Martin and Lewis's steaming energy 'At War with the Army' just doesn't work. It's slow, unfunny and bland.

Elin G (nl) wrote: A near perfect film, great casting and a very clever script that works with a very subtel build up and a very unexpected crescendo. It takes some effort to get into, but the reward is well worth it. Amazing performances, and very memorable.