End of Days

End of Days

On December 28th, 1999, the citizens of New York City are getting ready for the turn of the millennium. However, the Devil decides to crash the party by coming to the city, inhabiting a man's body, and searching for his chosen bride, a 20-year-old woman named Christine York. The world will end, and the only hope lies within an atheist called Jericho Cane.

At the end of the century, Satan visits New York in search of his chosen bride, a 20-year-old woman named Christine York. And now it's up to a beaten down ex-cop to find the girl before Satan does and protect her from harm. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


End of Days torrent reviews

Alices A (ca) wrote: Ha! The true story behind Osama's death finally comes out!!

Lucas M (de) wrote: Danny Boyle e James Franco, mostram seus talentos neste indicado ao Oscar.

Michael R (de) wrote: The only reason to watch this movie is to see Roddy Piper struggle as an actor. This movie definitely put a Piperesque sleeper hold on me.

Private U (ag) wrote: It's supposed to be a horror film, but turns out to be more of a comedy.

G H (gb) wrote: Really quirky and funny.

Julia H (ag) wrote: I'm glad I now know the story of Jacqueline Du Pre, even though it's a tragic one. Massive acting performances all round, especially from the fabulous Emily Watson.

Wayne Z (nl) wrote: The ego of Sir Paul McCartney presented on celluloid. The 'plot' is just an excuse to have Paul perform songs in a variety of settings. At the time he had re-acquired the rights to his Beatles back catalogue and this was his way of re-working the songs into a new production. It's a REALLY bad film and i love it! It also turned me onto the music of Sir Paul,( who looks stoned throughout). He must have been on the wacky-baccy when he thought up this piece of crappola. Look out for the cameo from English wrestler Giant Haystacks, of all people!

Hannah D (de) wrote: why sean astin, whhhhy?

Dan M (au) wrote: Quirky little movie this. John Cusack is perfect in the lead role, the soundtrack wasn't too bad and Dan Aykroyd's presence was nice. But... not something I'd choose to see on my own again, a total 'meh' for me.