Evil Things

Evil Things

Four kids take part in a pervert game - a torturer, the blog's master, four victims, none of them really innocent.

Directed by Simone Gandolfo, the horror follows four kids taking part in a pervert game - a torturer, the blog's master, four victims, none of them are really innocent. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Evil Things torrent reviews

Westleigh Q (br) wrote: A pretty bland and confusing superhero/alien attack origin story. Maybe if they had better explained half of the plot points, or added in a few more characters, this would've been interesting. But I can't recall a more watered-down or uninteresting film of this genre.

Arivan G (au) wrote: Commendable performances let down by a ordinary screenplay adaptation of an ordinary literary work

Guy H (es) wrote: A chimpanzee tries to learn to sign while everyone around him behaves like bonobos...

Johnny T (au) wrote: Great film watched this when I was young and I still enjoy it

Laure E (ca) wrote: Un long voyage, de belles rencontres et pour terminer une magnifique chanson.Jane, une ex-chanteuse devenue handicape la suite d'un accident, reoit des nouvelles de son fils. En effet, Devon reprend contact avec sa mre car il souhaite l'inviter sa communion.Malgr les craintes de Jane de retrouver son fils aprs des annes et de faire face son pass, son ami Joey arrive la convaincre d'entreprendre ce priple travers les Etats-Unis.C'est au cours de ce voyage et des rencontres qu'ils feront sur la route que Jane composera sa plus belle chanson d'amour.

Nicki M (us) wrote: Trashy, but good. Slick looking 90's film with a mostly unlikeable set of characters and a few twists and lies. Kate Hudson is good, but Marisa Coughlan steals every scene she is in. It's surprising she never became more popular as an actress.

Dillon L (de) wrote: I used to love this movie as a kid but as an adult it doesn't hold up very good. some great images and Jim Carrey is great but some of the dialogue is cringe worthy

Tom H (fr) wrote: Nice martial arts movie with some brutal violence and gore.

Karsh D (ca) wrote: Classic Murphy comedy with one of the most iconic signature tunes. Murphy swaps Detroit for Beverly Hills in search of those who murdered his friend.

Theresa R (au) wrote: I really don't know how much I would love this now.... but back in my teens-- I loved seeing my fave soap stars and silliness!!!

Lone W (ru) wrote: was nowhere near as good as the first movie and was a bit dissapointing if being honest but yul brynner again puts in a solid performance

Eric S (mx) wrote: John Wayne in a comedy. At first you wouldn't think this would work at all, but it actually did work well.

Bradley P (gb) wrote: The Organizer is an interesting study of the working class in Italy and how the labor union was important to these lovable and fleshed out characters. The film breathes realism but remains entertaining throughout with both funny and moving scenes about power struggles and the working class in the late 1800's.

Chris (it) wrote: It's alright, nothing really special.

Michael T (mx) wrote: Snappy MGM musical uses the title song from the famous Gershwin Broadway musical and little else except "Fascinating Rhythm," which becomes a monstrous Busby Berkeley-directed production number for Eleanor Powell; Ann Sothern sings the Oscar-winning Kern-Hammerstein song "The Last Time I Saw Paris."

Jose Miguel G (au) wrote: Great visuals mixed perfectly with a stunning score made this remake a stand alone film by itself, even with the lack of suspense and horror.

Paul S (ca) wrote: Truly remarkable movie about a woman searching for her child she was forced to give up. Judy Dench gives a touching performance in this moving story that is based on a true events. Highly recommend.

Timothy S (jp) wrote: When you're a member of one of the biggest rock groups of all times like the Beatles, you get a lot of free time on your hands when the band dissolves. For instance, if you're Paul McCartney you form a new band like Wings and make a lot more hit records. If you're John Lennon, you write and record "Double Fantasy". And if you're poor Ringo Starr, you make "Caveman", a silly and unnecessary comedy filled with fart and poop jokes. Much like the recent "Quest For Fire", the dialogue was all apparently made up strictly for this film. That's where the similarities between the two films end, however. I didn't understand the film's special effects. The dinosaurs are all made out of clay, and while I wasn't expecting convincing prehistoric creatures, I don't understand the decision to make them this ridiculous. Kids may be entertained by them. The jokes I did get. I just didn't laugh. Shelley Long, of all people, is engaging and likable in her movie debut. The rest of the cast hams it up, to no avail. "Caveman" can best de described as a curiosity from days gone by. It does not merit being unearthed.