"Ghost Son" takes place in South Africa. A married couple Stacey and Mark live on the farm with their black teenage maid. Mark and Stacey love each other deeply. Unfortunately Mark dies in a tragic truck accident.Stacey returns to the farm and decides to remain there since she feels close to Mark.She is also carrying Mark's baby. After delivering the baby Stacey quickly becomes sure that her infant son is possessed by Mark's spirit. The evil force tries to kill Stacey to bring her to Mark.
- Stars:Laura Harring, John Hannah, Pete Postlethwaite, Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni, Mosa Kaiser, Laura Susanne Ruedeberg, Jake David Matthewson, Mary Twala, Vanessa Cooke, Jeremiah Ndlovu,
- Country:Italy, South Africa, Spain, UK
- Director:Lamberto Bava,
- Writer:Lamberto Bava (story), Silvia Ranfagni (screenplay), Lamberto Bava (screenplay)
A widowed newlywed stays on her deceased husband's South African farm, then bears a child who seems to be possessed by the dead man. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ghost Son torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Eden Log is gray. Err, it's a (gray) film directed by first timer Franck Vestiel who is undoubtedly a FPS (First Person Shooter) fan. You know how pretty much any first person shooter game released in the last 5 years has looked (gray)? Well Vestiel saw that and said, "why not the cinema!!" Eden Log is the movie that Doom (2005) should have been. Hell, it's the movie that the Doom 3 video game should have been. We have darkness, we have isolation, and our protagonist is about as characteristically blank as Fly from the Doom series.. Ok get away from Doom.. Yeah well this movie should have been a FPS video game. Even the characters given mission objectives (which are later revealed) are straight from Turok 2: The Seeds of Evil, "Locate and destroy the Architect, recover the technician's lost data cards, and quell the monster uprising." Yeah those were from the movie but you would have believed me if I told you they were from Turok or Doom or Fallout.We're not given much about the character, which can work well in a FPS but not too well in a film. He conveniently has amnesia and no one to talk to so the best we can do to relate with him is in his confusion and isolation, which we audience members share. For the most part we watch him creep, and grunt, and explore, and you know it just gets a bit daunting at times when the darkness and bleakness drags on and on and eventually you're like uhh can I please see something or hear something that'll give me an idea of what the hell is going on?The dialogue, what precious little there is, sounds strange to me and perhaps that is done on purpose. Little is said and when it is it is a big deal and I think they exaggerated the voices to remind you 'Yes there is dialogue in this film!' Yet myself being thoroughly distracted by the way in which things were spoken I often missed what was being said. How can it be that in a film with so few speaking parts did I somehow fail to grasp the majority of the plot? When this movie ended I seriously had no idea what occurred in the final twenty minutes of the film. It wasn't until I read a writer's synopsis on Wikipedia that I grasped the plot of Eden Log and guess what? The story is cool! If I had read that summary before watching I think my appreciation for the story would have been much enhanced, as well my disdain for the director. Vestiel had a really cool Sci-Fi story here and he simply failed to tell it.Eden Log was lost in all the gritty visual flair, strange sounding dialogue, shady exposition, and underlying wish of Vestiel's that he was directing Doom 4 for the PC instead of Eden Log for the theaters.
(ca) wrote: Hilarious comedy conitues !!
(ca) wrote: Just like the first movie, this is a bad movie. It's predictable and plotless but is very entertaining.
(au) wrote: The story of a little boy with one very big demon. I thought the sorority massacre was very well done. Also, I think I liked Corin Nemec better than Michael Reilly Burke.
(kr) wrote: This is pretty funny. Has good bits... and a very good start. I would recommend it.
(kr) wrote: Before Eddie Murphy was really popular and made it in the movies he was a great stand up comedian and regular on SNL during the early 80's. This is a collection of his best skits from that time. Some very funny stuff in this. Eddie was a great comedian. If your a Eddie Murphy fan or like SNL skits then check this out.
(nl) wrote: I loved dinosaurs when I was a kid so this movie rocked! I watched it all the time, but I haven't seen it for awhile. Still a good movie!
(jp) wrote: Bleak but brilliant.
(de) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie - Madonna had such great style in '85 :D
(br) wrote: Unajoya perdida del neorrealismo aleman. Rearfirma la grandiosa consigna del cine mudo, una imagen vale por mil palabras.
(br) wrote: Boy oh boy what a gong show! lol. It's actually got a fairly cool idea for one of these cheap Godzilla knockoffs, but every part of the execution is laughably bad. This is a movie that belongs on MST3K. It'll at least be fun with a few drinks...
(br) wrote: Monday, May 10, 2010 (1944) Mr. Skeffington PSYCOLOGICAL DRAMA Marrying for money and for convenience instead of love is very relevant during these current times like the late Anna Nicole Smith who was never in love with her old billionaire husband. And in a very civilize and respectable way, most generous men can surely identify with the husband in this film played by Claude Rains who all he ever wanted was a little affection and acknowledgement who has sacrificed so much as well as a great deal of his fortune went to his wife played by Bette Davis. With it's subtle themes of vanity- this is quite a long film but does not seem long too much to me because of it's relevance. One of the much quotable lines throughout this film is "A woman is only beautiful only when she's loved!!" or anybody familar with the Judge Judy's most quotable line "Beauty fades, dumb is forever!!". There is one far- fetched scene that involves the husband not wanting to just leave the city but leaves the country as well, but the reason for that is to build up to the most satisfying conclusion. Overall, although it plays like a soap opera- it still has an ending with a message. In some aspects it reminiscences "Sunset Boulevard" in terms of the much older self and her character is similar to 1934 "Of Human Bondage". Speaking as a realist, I have to say out of the three mentioned, this one may be the most realistic and the most credible despite it's more than two hours time length because I can still see something like this still happening today with actual people. But the real question I always have though, is to what degree does this often happen- to both men and women. 3.5 out of 4 stars
(es) wrote: The first of these movies was bad, but still managed to be entertaining in a horrible sort of way. This one seems to have done away with the pretense of having anything to do with the "Dungeon Siege" games (though "Two Worlds" is another game series...one I doubt has anything to do with Dolph Lundgren traveling back in time), which seems to be a bad thing, believe it or not. While the original was about as loosely related to the game as you can get, at least it had a framework to draw upon; doing away with that, the sequel feels more like Uwe Boll's take on "Army of Darkness" than anything else. Without all the funny bits."In the Name of the King: Two Worlds" is a slow, muddled fantasy flick. Half the actors look bored to be there, leaving little reason for the audience to feel otherwise. Even as Uwe Boll movies go, this one is pretty bad. The story is a mess, the castle looks like (and probably is) made of styrofoam, and the line delivery ranges from lifeless to incomprehensible. I really can't see myself recommending this to anyone.
(au) wrote: The best installment in the franchise. A neat action/thriller flick with a great cast-member team up.
(us) wrote: KATE BOSWORTH YOU NEED TO FUCKING EAT!!!!!!!