Eko Eko Azarak: Wizard of Darkness

Eko Eko Azarak: Wizard of Darkness

Misa Kuroi is an adorable high-school girl who arrives at her new school when it is falling under an evil supernatural force. Trying to figure out who's behind the supernatural attack, Misa also has to deal with assumptions by her fellow classmates that believe she is the one behind it all. Misa and twelve other students are kept late after school hours one day to retake an exam. Then, after sunset, the entire school is deserted, and the students find themselves trapped inside and their teacher no where to be found. One by one, the thirteen students are picked up and disposed of in horrific and graphic fashion. It is up to Misa to try and gain the trust of her fellow students so that she can protect them and stop the evil before it's too late.

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Eko Eko Azarak: Wizard of Darkness torrent reviews

Freddy K (gb) wrote: Lindo e natural, praia do futuro conta uma histria meticulosa de amor e abandono, chegando a ser potico!

Mel M (fr) wrote: Funny, HOT and good mini movie. Ahsleigh Sumner is soo beautiful and charming that she eats the entire movie. I get a little anxious with the Run lola, Run theme but i enjoy it anyway.

Jaret M (de) wrote: I liked the first one...

Lea W (es) wrote: Jolie is in this movie so obviously it is a good one. Lara Croft is nt your average lady let me put it like that I don't see any real problem with this movie I think it is good.

Andre R (ru) wrote: Too simplistic of an American remake, unfortunately.

Andrew H (ca) wrote: A horror movie about a video game. two great things in one package. I loved it.

Stefanie G (au) wrote: always love this movie. it never gets boring even after seeing it multiple times

J C (mx) wrote: It's got everything,a Mytery-Suspensful,Drmactic Comedy. With a great story and a fantastic plot,and also great acting.

Chrissy S (fr) wrote: Barry Levinson's 1982 classic film 'Diner' is a seminal piece of work for one very important reason: it made it okay to make a film about nothing and it set the stage for all similar genres on the big screen and small. Sure, you can argue that Woody Allen productions or 1981's 'My Dinner With Andre' are similar but 'Diner' did it was such panache that it made it okay for studios to turn out 'Seinfeld'. 'Diner' featured a cast of relative newcomers: Steve Guttenberg, Kevin Bacon, Daniel Stern, Mickey Rourke, Tim Daly, Paul Reiser, and Ellen Barkin. It is 1959 and whether they realize it or not, their lives are moving forward, the days of hanging at the diner, staying out all night, getting involved in minor fights, gambling, and general hijinks are coming to an end. Almost everyone can identify with that bittersweet feeling. Some of the guys know what is happening and others are resisting it, but regardless, the change is coming. That comfort of having the same people around as when you were in grade school is going away and bigger things beckon. The 60's are ahead. And then there are women. It seems that every one of the guys has no clue what to do with a woman. The fact isn't shoved down your throats but it's true regardless. The one guy that actually has a wife, Shrevie (Daniel Stern) is just as clueless as the guys that don't have one. It never occurs to him to be friends with her or that she might have something to say, he's just labled her as "wife" and yells at her when she can't file his prized record collection. Eddie (Steve Guttenberg) is getting married and makes his fiancee take a football test - if she fails the wedding is off. There is no resolution as to what the guys should do with the opposite sex, we just assume they'll figure it out. 'Diner' rings true for any generation, just watch the banter at the diner. Modell (Paul Reiser) always asks if everyone is going to finish their food, then there is a discussion as to what music is best for making out. Boogie (Mickey Rourke) is a screw up and we all have at least one screw up in our posse of friends. Everyone can close there eyes and think of a time when you sat around with your best pals talking about meaningless stuff. No doubt a wry smile will appear on your face as you remember that past era. And that is what makes 'Diner' so successful.

Sylvester E (ru) wrote: This Hollywood classic is worth adding to your collection.

Brian S (us) wrote: A terrifying tale of modern vampirism. Although i ain't into modern vampires too much, i enjoyed this movie. It's thrilling, upsetting, really gory, the acting is very good and the isolated dark atmosphere of the noth just makes the flick chilling. And shares a few common points with zombie flicks. Recommended !!

David W (ru) wrote: A refreshing indie comedy, with some fantastic young actors beautifully shot and directed. Good for kids 11+ and adults.

Nathaniel B (au) wrote: So, I didn't like it much... the first time. The second time, WOW. A+. I just had to mature a little I guess. Everyone is excellent, and the plot is crazy and more or less unimportant, which I've come to admire more and more. The kind of naughty cousin of the bottle drama -- the aimless serial. Scene after scene, with some connection to it, but mostly a vehicle for badass performances, witty conversation, filmmaking expression, and a good time. Overstuffed, sure, but who's counting? Enjoy it!

Daniel H (fr) wrote: Set amidst the then-topical migrant workers' plight in California in the 1970's, Bronson does himself justice in one of his tough guy roles as the eponymous melon grower forced to take on a mobster hitman and a local boss who tries to force him to employ a group of winos to pick his melons rather than the migrants he chooses. Not bad actioner, with Linda Cristal lending strong support as a migrant with a background in labour union activism.

Conrad T (ca) wrote: Surprisingly not bad. Good songs.

Panos Y (it) wrote: Cute and funny, albeit a bit on the childish side.