With four corpses on his hands, New York City gumshoe Mike Reilly (Stephen Dorff) teams with Department of Health worker Terry Huston (Natascha McElhone) to track down a homicidal sadist who telecasts shocking acts of torture on the Internet. But they have their work cut out: It seems the victims' only link is that they all went toes up 48 hours after logging on a site known as feardotcom.com. Stephen Rea also stars in this gruesome thriller.
- Stars:Stephen Dorff, Natascha McElhone, Stephen Rea, Udo Kier, Amelia Curtis, Jeffrey Combs, Nigel Terry, Gesine Cukrowski, Michael Sarrazin, Jana Güttgemanns, Anna Thalbach, Siobhan Flynn, Evie Garratt, Lex Kreps, Joan McBride,
- Country:UK, Germany, Luxembourg, USA, Canada
- Director:William Malone,
- Writer:Moshe Diamant (story), Josephine Coyle, Holly Payberg-Torroija (contributing writer)
Four bodies are found in New York City. Why, why, why? The coincidence? They all died 48 hours after logging on to a site named feardotcom.com. Tough detective Mike Reilly collaborates with... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Feardotcom torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Watchable fare with Gooding Jr just sleepwalking through it all. Dolph Lundgren however, is quite good in this. This "B" level of film is sadly too familiar for Lundgren, who is alot more entertaining to watch than this film's oscar winner
(jp) wrote: Wes Anderson films might get tiresome someday, but today is not that day.
(mx) wrote: Saw it today in Sony Pix with subtitles.Beautiful movie set in the early India
(es) wrote: Beautiful on-location photography, warm-hearted story line, attractive central character (Mathilde Seigner--a dead ringer for U.S. soccer star pinup model Hope Solo!). I liked this movie. No way does it deserve the 90% critics rating it's somehow received here on RT though. Also the RT synopsis lays it on too thick, to the point of inaccuracy. There's no indication this woman was successful in "the big city" and yet fled to the farm life anyway. We know almost nothing of that city life. The filmmaker's actual intro is better, more visual: The gal is stuck in a traffic jam, sees a sign on the rear end of the bus ahead which extols the scenic beauty of the Rhone-Alps. Her decision to go become a farmer there is apparently very impulsive! It actually goes well but of course there are ups and downs... Blah, blah. Needs more tension, romance, twists and turns.
(jp) wrote: Best 1961 movie! Dare you to prove me wrong!
(fr) wrote: Not as good as the original, it just doesn't feel like it was made with love. The whole crew really put their hearts and souls into the first. This manages to be sloppier.
(gb) wrote: Were there moments in this when I wondered if it couldn't be a little bit faster? yes. Have I stopped thinking about this movie since I saw it? No. It's incredibly discomforting to watch though. What the children go through, the harsh moments of their journey, is made all the more affecting by Angelopoulos' unflinching direction, and the beautifully constructed scenes of wet, snowing, cold landscapes they traverse through (eg. the scene with the raucous wedding party overlaid with the dying horse and Alexandre's sobs). The only time anything looks warm are small moments of happiness in Orestes' company, but even that too, has to pass.
(fr) wrote: Ice Cube is the man.