People around Peter Crane begin dying in mysterious fashion. How is Playboy Peter involved in this? He begins having nightmares dealing with murder...His psychiatrist has no idea of what Peter is suffering from. Even the police are in danger as they start investigating the case. What is the secret of the "Magic Circle"?
- Stars:Jorge Rivero, Richard Conte, Eduardo Fajardo, Lone Fleming, Pia Giancaro, Daniela Giordano, Luis La Torre, Flora Marrone, Luciano Pigozzi, Terele Pávez, Anthony Steffen, Eva Vanicek, Pilar Velázquez,
- Country:Italy, Spain, Mexico
- Director:Mario Siciliano,
- Writer:Julio Buchs (screenplay), Julio Buchs (story), Federico De Urrutia (screenplay), Federico De Urrutia (story), Ted Rusoff (additional dialogue), Mario
The police has to face some extremely brutal murders. How is the rich playboy Peter Crane (Jorge Rivero) involved in this? He suffers from horrible nightmares that make him believe that he is responsible for these murders... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Evil Eye torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Drags in a few places and the resolution didn't quite mesh with the whole story. But engaging piece of work,
(nl) wrote: no thanks not my thing
(kr) wrote: Not too bad, a failry decent 'true life story' film though I think that reading Kiranjit Ahluwalia's autobiography may be more interesting and insightful.
(ru) wrote: my favourite muvi...
(es) wrote: ok, could of been better or shouldn't of been made at all.
(mx) wrote: "Soul Man" is an embarrassing movie that somehow manages to be simultaneously intentionally and unintentionally racist. C. Thomas Howell plays a pampered rich kid whose parents cut him off just as he's been accepted to Harvard law school. He takes an overdose of "tanning" pills and voila! he's african american! Add to that a cheap afro wig, and he's gets a fully paid scholarship reserved for african american students. C. Thomas really doesn't look ethnic at all though, he just looks like a guy in blackface. Not alot of laughs in this movie, either intentional or post-ironic, it's just sort of average (although the sight of 90 lb C. Thomas punching out two guys who go FLYING across the room is pretty entertaining- what was it about punching a guy in the 80s that caused him to go flying 20 feet across a building?). A completely pedestrian waste of time.
(ru) wrote: Feel good, great date nite movie
(kr) wrote: Horrible. But boy if the ending did have me laughing. Wtf.
(gb) wrote: Boring, repeative, too long of scenes, cheap effects. Watch The Great Race instead.
(jp) wrote: A suspenseful film about a group of six people woke up with no recollection of memories, as they try to discover what has happened, more sinister threats are approaching. It's actually quite a decent low budget horror film, the mystery wasn't difficult to figure out early on. They could have spent more time on horror side of the story instead of piecing the puzzle together. The actors were all quite talented, but the writing was exceptionally bad. Open Grave offered a lot of potentials which could have been better executed.
(br) wrote: In retrospect Zombieland saved the zombie horror scene. Zombies were becoming irrelevant in horror until Woody Harrelson came along to let us all know that zombies are far from dead, pun intended.
(ag) wrote: A complete and unexpected thrill that was well acted and well conceived all of the way through.