After his capture in the wilderness, the legendary, bloodthirsty creature 'Chupacabra' escapes into the city creating mayhem and panic. As they pursue the deadly beast, an animal control officer and scientist realize that a vigilante with his own suspicious motive is also tracking the elusive killer for a mysterious research facility run by Dr. Goodspeed...
- Stars:Eric Alegria, Elina Madison, Anthony 'Treach' Criss, Jerry Rodriguez, Calvi Pabon, Layton Matthews, Rina Fernandez, Michael Aranda, Paula Ficara, Victor Herminio Lopez, GiGi Erneta, Daniel Anthony, Pablo Patlis, Nikki Giovacchini, Kim Collea,
- Country:UK, USA
- Director:Brennon Jones, Paul Wynne,
- Writer:Brennon Jones
The world seen through the eyes of two people, the inequities of society exposed and examined in depth in a most surreal manner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
El Chupacabra torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Melissa is hilarious again!
(gb) wrote: Slow and a bit clunky, but for some reason, I still kind of enjoyed it.
(es) wrote: 'You know you're in a state when you hand-pour your pee on a bowling alley'--Brilliant Music and Lead Performance Elevate a Wonderful Drama!!
(fr) wrote: Wish I had a teacher like her.
(us) wrote: C'mon... not funny enough, not gorey enough, not exciting enough... Otis is a big fat waste of what could've been a classic, but is now probably forgotten or never heard about. I don't remember it being on Pay-Per-View, and now it's getting a double-feature Blu-ray release with Doctor Giggles, another misunderstood and weak horror flick. I really wanted to like Otis, from its trailer and cover artwork, but it bored me. I liked the retro music they used; Devo's "Gut Feeling" fit the girl-escape-attempt scene perfectly. The turnaround of the plot I didn't see coming, but the painful revenge scenes had violence only implied. It can't compete with others like Saw, Hostel, Mother's Day, Bad Ronald, Juno, etc. -- which it wanted so badly to be. Otis was a cruel and stupid kidnapper - the scenes of him trying to recreate his high school football dreams went on too long.
(de) wrote: Either Elizabeth Gilbert didn't actually go to Italy/Bali/India or she's been a little 'creative' with the truth. It's fair to say she's not exactly your archetype backpacker. She probably did go to these countries but had a crap time so made up the rest, she obviously as rich as she is vacuous, egotistical and thoroughly unlikable - Julia Roberts being well cast then! Boring, stupid, horrible. Who is this crap for, bored housewives? Do me a favour, intelligent thinking my arse!
(gb) wrote: Characters could be intresting had someone actually developed them. Story goes nowhere. Yawn. Points for rats in movie.
(jp) wrote: I got about halfway through this and started to wonder why I was bothering to watch it. It was beginning to feel like pointless self-flagellation. Then Inarritu's interesting addition came along and made me sit up and take notice. So that was ok. Made up for the appalling and offensive Egyptian entry. The Japanese entry was also very well-made, a delicate metaphor. I suppose. I dunno, it's not bad overall I guess.
(au) wrote: I loved this movie as a kid, but after watching it again recently I found the effects were corny, the actors not so great, and the story line kind of messed up.
(ru) wrote: A pretty decent crime thriller with a strong cast. Not a lot of action but I thought it was a good story with some decent plot twists. In some elements it is like the usual suspects in the way the story unfolds with quite a few red herrings along the way. An enjoyable film that seemed to slip under the radar.
(us) wrote: A complete rip off of Jaws, with a Yeti taking the place of Bruce, everyones favorite shark. Made for tv crap with no gore, bad acting and the yeti is never fully shown. Still its a must for low budget b movie fans !! And hey you can't go wrong with Bo Svenson !!
(kr) wrote: Hitchcock influenced thriller that, like its lead has problems but its equally enjoyable! 20/12/14
(de) wrote: Dark and moody, but still with that nicely tempering dash of 50s innocence. Certainly evocative of its time, but certainly not out of date. The themes still work today. Based on a novel, the plot works on its own, not merely as a showcase for Elvis, though there is plenty of room for the music, without the story being forcibly squeezed around it. This film shows Elvis with such promise, makes you shake you head sadly at the circus his life became. Delectable in the noir style.
(de) wrote: What I loved about this movie:-Jack Palance, Brandon de Wilde, Alan Ladd.-the settings.What I didn't like:-the overuse of music,-the length, 20 mins. too long,SPOILER ALERT-plotting: why did Chris betray his boss? Why didn't Shane at least tell Joe what was waiting for him (a "stacked deck")? This manoeuvring towards a finale was too obvious to be believable,-Shane is absent for great chunks of the movie as the settlers and ranchers battle it out .Once, this was among my favourite movies but it hasn't aged well, even for a children's movie - far too much violence, especially the callous shooting of Torey.
(kr) wrote: Going to be honest here, the only reason I watched this movie was because it was on Netflix and I was bored. Someone had told me it was a great movie so I had high hopes. The movie wasn't terrible, it is in the genre of film that I liked so it did appeal. It tells the story from two different time periods which is interesting. The end of the movie felt rushed , but it did leave us with an ending that was sad but very realistic.