Gallery of Fear
A malicious art critic attends to a private show at a remote gothic manor hoping to discover a new medium that will stun the art world. She is transported into four tales of murder, monsters and mayhem. And the final tale is her own.
- Stars:Antonio Abud, Fernandez Abud, Susan Adriensen, Ashley Baity, Benzy, Henry Borriello, Raine Brown, Zoe Daelman Chlanda, Michael Coyne, Robb Leigh Davis, Chanel Debrouex, Joe Encarna, Keith Fraser, Alan Rowe Kelly, Kaisey Kirkland,
- Director:Alan Rowe Kelly, Anthony G. Sumner,
- Writer:Alan Rowe Kelly (screenplay), Douglas Smith (based on a story by), Anthony G. Sumner (segment)
A malicious art critic attends to a private show at a remote gothic manor hoping to discover a new medium that will stun the art world. She is transported into four tales of murder, monsters and mayhem. And the final tale is her own. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gallery of Fear torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Rezijata i muzikata se odlicni. Ama,samo tolku...za zal...slab kraj i premnogu kratok film...
(mx) wrote: I really don't like this movie. I can't in all fairness judge it too harshly because it isn't a big budget zombie flick, but that doesn't mean it doesn't deserve criticism. For starters, this movie has a very interesting premise. A diseased inmate is transferred into a maximum security prison, and infects this prison with a zombie virus. Good premise, half-assed execution. For one thing, the way the viruse comes to be is never explained. That's usually the way it works in zombie movies, but here, they hint at it, and try to explain it, but they never do completely. They claim it's a top-secret bio-expirement gone wrong. That would work, but why in the hell was this expiriment being conducted in a house and not a lab? Why would an obviously sick criminal, with an obviously terrible disease, be transferred into a maximum security prison without being treated? It just doesn't make sense. I'm not gonna rip on the acting too much. I mean, it's a budget movie, I wasn't expecting anything. It could have been better, but I could deal with it. The camera work however, really needed some improvement. All the action scenes look like they're being recorded on an expensive home camera, and the video quality constantly changes from passable, to awful. The gore effects were decent, but they recycled a bunch of the same effects for the bitings, mutilations, headshots, and disembowelments throughout the film. Plus, there's a really random titty shot that serves no purpose in the film. It ranks as low as the zombie hookers from Resident Evil: Apocalypse. There's really not much else to say about this movie. It isn't horrible, but I will never watch it again. It's pretty boring, and it won't keep your interest for the duration of it's length. It was a good idea, but good ideas mean nothing executed improperly. Watch it if you want to see a low-grade zombie flick.
(kr) wrote: Strange and thrilling.
(au) wrote: LEFT LUGGAGE (2001)CastLaura Fraser as ChajaIsabella Rossellini as Mrs. KalmanMaximilian Schell as Chaja's FatherMarianne Sagebrecht as Chaja's MotherJeroen Krabbe as Mr. KalmanDirected byJeroen KrabbeWritten byEdwin De VriesDrama, IndieRated NR Intended For Mature Audiences100 minutes | Roger EbertMay 11, 2001 | 0Print Page "Left Luggage" is one of those movies where the audience knows the message before the film begins and the characters are still learning it when the film ends. No matter how noble a film's sentiments, it's wearying to wait while elementary truths dawn gradually on slow learners.
(ca) wrote: Seen it when I was younger and I loved it.
(ca) wrote: the little girl steals this one.........
(ru) wrote: I've thought there were some slow scenes going towards the middle of the film but the really good scenes made up for the slow scenes, the highlights of the film were the excessive driving scenes in the parking lot, the scene where they sabotage a wedding, the blitz night scene with the big flated ball and the scene where they put an antique car back together quickly.
(ru) wrote: This is easily the worst movie of Clint Eastwood's career. It is a sequel to Every Which Was But Loose, for some reason Clint's highest grossing movie. In short these are movies about a guy who fights and own a orangoutang. Yeah, even if you like monkeys, (who doesn't) don't bother with this mess.
(de) wrote: Virkilega g mynd me frbrum leik fr Harvey Keitel. Ein flottasta persnuskpun fr leikara sem g hef s. Ekta 70's low budget anti mainstream mynd me mgnuu lokaatrii. Mli virkilega me henni.
(fr) wrote: CUNNING | DARK | TWISTED (82-out-of-100)
(jp) wrote: A surprising turn-around from its abysmal predecessor. This threequel brings some refreshingly genuine thrills and a bit of fluidity to the franchise. This is the right amount of horror and action the other installments wish they could have.