Writer/Director Danny Draven takes the helm for this supernaturally driven shocker about an unassuming housekeeper drawn into a terrifying world of vengeful apparitions. According to the Chinese calendar, the seventh month of every year marks the time when the restless spirits of the dead break free from the gates of hell to mix among the mortals. During this time, specific rules must be followed to avoid falling prey to the spirits of the damned. When a solitude-seeking housekeeper arrives at the desert home of a superstitious Chinese woman and her devoutly religious aunt, death senses an opportunity to extend its grip into the mortal realm.
- Stars:Marina Resa, Shirley To, Akiko Shima, Rick Irvin, Jerod Edington, Kierstin Cunnington, Erica Edd, Anna Lee, Tam Albertson, Buddy Barnett, Candise Cheung,
- Director:Danny Draven,
- Writer:Danny Draven
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Ghost Month torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Mixed emotions on this one!
(it) wrote: Really? Someone actually got paid to perform in this? Not a good movie. Bad story, bad acting, stupid ending. Just say no.
(au) wrote: Started off slow (the love part) but paid off in the end. Totally blew my expectations.
(jp) wrote: boobies, lots of screaming, and public urination.
(de) wrote: A white record producer signs African-American musicians, and together the foundations of rock n roll are formed.I suppose the lesson of this biopic is that when one isn't racist in a racist world, one stands to benefit. That is the only discernible advantage that Leonard Chess (Adrien Brody) has over others, yet we don't know enough about Chess or why he is as he is. A commonality among these characters is their penchant for extramarital sex, but Chuck Berry's prison sentence notwithstanding, this behavior doesn't make a plot-driving point or a matter of serious conflict.In the end, Cadillac Records is a music film, with the race relations subplot only tangential, so whether or not you like this film with depend upon whether you like the musical performances by Jeffrey Wright as Muddy Waters, Mos Def as Chuck Berry, and Beyonce Knowles as Etta James. I thought they were good, but I'm not a great judge.Overall, the plot of this film doesn't do a lot - an odd combination of social commentary about 50s race relations and interpersonal affairs - but those of you who like the origins of rock n roll might find the performances, if not the story, compelling.
(fr) wrote: Interesting twist...
(de) wrote: A mixture of Mission Impossible, The Matrix and Charlie's Angels.... at least in its high tech style. Some of it i really liked, some of it i didn't. The Carpenters song 'Close To You' just got on my nerves, but the action scenes were strangely exciting. I'd probably give this 3 stars if i was a girl.....Girl power and all that. It's worth checking out when you're bored. The ending was pretty good....and i liked the way it didn't turn into 'Kill Bill' with unnecessary blood. Yeah it was entertaining.
(br) wrote: Tried to hard to make this movie.
(es) wrote: A lot of guys in the 80's fell for Demi Moore in this movie. The premise, don't listen toYou dumb assed friends.
(mx) wrote: The script tells us about Hendrix's transformation from scrabbling musician playing low-rent gigs into the superstar guitarist and iconic rock hippie figure that put him in the pantheon. Fascinating history, especially the interweaving of his career with key figures of the British invasion. Plus, the music is a blast, as is Benjamin's tender rendering of Hendrix, a bit like Basquiat with gonads.
(us) wrote: Overall, it seems like it is less over the top and more grounded at first, like it could actually be the most historically accurate representation of Ip Man's life on film so far...that is until the last half hour when it just falls apart. SPOILERS FROM HERE...but you may laugh.In the last half hour, it turns out that all along, Ip Man's adopted brother was a Japanese Ninja Assassin Spy Agent sent to take down Foshan by infiltrating it since he was a small child. This turns him into the main bad guy in the film. Then after the movie is over and the Japanese Ninja people are gone, you look on Google and find nothing mentioned of Ip Man ever having a brother.
(us) wrote: The DVD artwork promised much, but to be honest I was left a little underwhelmed by this one. The whole set-up is fairly routine and something that's been done a few times recently in the new wave of French shockers featuring backwoods families. The real draw of the film would be the 'Pack' itself as advertised but even they left me a bit disappointed. They show up fairly late-on in the film and they do very little, despite providing the best moments of the movie. Not a terrible film by any means, the characters are an entertaining crazy bunch and there's some nice gory moments to be enjoyed. Just don't get your hopes up too much about this one though.