Five friends set out to a cabin in the woods for a fun weekend getaway that is, until extraterrestrial visitors turn it into a fight for their lives. The group is pulled from their reverie when a flickering object crashes deep in the woods. As they investigate, the friends stumble across an alien spacecraft, and its inhabitants have not arrived in peace.
- Category:Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Jacob Tremblay, Freddie Stroma, Michael Ironside, Gil Bellows, Brittany Allen, Melanie Papalia,
- Country:Canada, USA
- Director:Colin Minihan,
- Writer:Colin Minihan, Stuart Ortiz, The Vicious Brothers
As the group settles into the secluded location, they discover that a UFO has crashed nearby and that they are being observed by one of the craft';s survivors. They end up attacking and killing the alien, which prompts a series of counterattacks by its crew mates. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Extraterrestrial torrent reviews
(es) wrote: A remarkable movie, and a thriller in the best sense of the word. Everything is should be, nothing it should not be. Lean, focused, tense, and emotional.
(ru) wrote: Only in the last 20 minutes or so does this thriller become the taut, vicious film some have labelled. Up to that point, it's a fairly involving drama, one however where the central romance is simply ludicrous.
(es) wrote: Chronicles a week of the 1994 Rwandan Hutu-led genocide against the Tutsi. A Priest (Hurt) and teacher (Dancy) - a long with a detachment of Belgian UN peacekeepers - working in a Catholic school shelter Tutsi refugees when violence broke out in April of 1994. This is thematically similar to Hotel Rwanda but where that film had the usual Hollywood stylings/conventions, Shooting Dogs (a joint BBC and UK Film Council production) has a more authentic feel to it. Although both films do fall into the trap of the righteous indignation of non-Rwandan onlookers. The ending does elevate the film slightly due to its unwillingness to neatly conclude or explain away what we've witnessed over the previous 2 hours; the ambiguity of the final scene representing the ambiguity of how such a heinous massacre could have occurred.
(it) wrote: Plan on watching this one twice. Ribisi shined, but actors usually do when they are basically playing themselves. I felt Goldberg could have left more on the cutting room floor, but have to give him an A+ on his cinematic eye.
(de) wrote: This film includes one of the greatest beatings ever seen in movie history. Tony Franciosa lays a vicious whipping on Antonio Fargas, aka Huggy Bear in a Harlem nightclub. Awesome! Try to see the un-edited version! Edited one sucks.
(kr) wrote: One of the funniest movies from the Thirties. The slapstick is still easy to appreciate and it's another good opportunity to laugh at the Irish.
(nl) wrote: A low budget horror but i fairly enjoyed it. The script is recycled and the monster isn't original but the acting was surprisingly good compared to most low budget horrors!
(ru) wrote: blending the superhero and the Cold War is a great idea, and all that credit goes to the writer Darwin Cooke. This is up there in the top five best cold war movies