A restless hairdresser takes up with a man (Joe Martinez) she knows is wanted by the police. It is only when she realizes that he may be a serial killer, that she starts questioning the relationship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young woman takes off with a charming stranger in Australia, then begins to think he's a killer.
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Marcus W (gb) wrote: So there's this guy who runs a school for kids who want to play ROCK! (if you consider Frank Zappa to be rock), and he shouts at them a lot and swears and comes across as an irritating twat. The kids are talented though and worth watching it for but to be honest, It would be a LOT better if they got someone like, say, Jack Black to play a wannabe rocker who teaches upper-class kids how to etc etc etc.
Marc G (jp) wrote: Excellent Ken Loach movie about a family who is trying to make ends meet and who only wants the best for his daughter's communion. Excellent movie shot on location in Langley and in and around Middleton,(Where I grew up) One to own !
Trista J (au) wrote: It still baffles me that some people have NO idea who Audie Murphy is. It kind of bothers me. This is his life and how he became the most decorated soldier of WWII. I still can't believe some people think this is just a movie...
Jack G (ca) wrote: Before graphic novels, or television, there was LES VAMPIRES.
Al M (de) wrote: A modestly entertaining, but thoroughly derivative film, Dark Feed does not quite reach the Silent Hill level of creepiness that its cover promises. Still, it is a reasonably entertaining supernatural horror film for horror fans that need something to watch.
Walter M (us) wrote: After Ali(Rafi Pitts, who also directed and wrote) is released from prison, he finds the only job he can get is as a night watchman, giving him little time alone with his wife Sara(Mitra Hajjar) and daughter Saba(Saba Yaghoobi). He perseveres nonetheless and treasures every moment they have together. In the meantime, he still finds time for a little hunting in the countryside. On the return from one such outing, he finds them missing. And then the phone call that changes everything... "The Hunter" is a fine example of economic and terse filmmaking, making good use of its jump cuts to express the passage of time in a nonstop urban society(that apparently does not involve stoplights) that lies in contrast to the peaceful countryside. That's not the only contrast in a country that tries to be so uniform on the surface like Iran(you try and find someone in a country where half the country is supposed to dress alike) where tensions lie just below the surface, just waiting to erupt.