Laura Kove is an agoraphobic young woman whose world turns upside down when she discovers that the apartment she's locked herself into is haunted. Turning to the internet for help, she enlists the aid of Elizabeth Dean, a scam artist who passes herself off as a ghost hunter. At first, Elizabeth doesn't buy Laura's story but she soon becomes a true believer.
After a traumatizing attack on Halloween night forces Laura to become a shut-in. Her world turns further upside down as she begins to experience increasingly bizarre and frightening ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: fantastic script. hilarious film.
(ca) wrote: Definitely original, intelligent, and compelling. It did well at building a sense of fear and dread without resorting to jump scares. A slow build, but well worthwhile.Yet something about it left me feeling not entirely satisfied, and a lot was left unclear at the end of the movie. I believe it might become clearer if I rewatch it, at which point it has the potential to become 4 or even 4.5 stars.
(ca) wrote: wow......dreadful.....i did not enjoy this movie at all........its mainly aimed at children this movie but its quite funny in some scenes but i really did not enjoy this movie at all......YOU HAVE GOT TO WATCH THE END OF THE CREDITS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE AS SOMETHING HAPPENS AT THE END OF THE CREDITS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE.......its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie........
(nl) wrote: Many good things here, particularly Laura Linney's haunting portrayal. But in many ways, Lawerence severely overshot what he was looking for. Worth viewing, though, you'd be better off just watching the same segment of 'Short Cuts.'
(ag) wrote: There's bad B-Horror movies and then there's this. I really hate when the cover looks alot better than the movie. The film dragggggged! The actors were terrible. Too many long shots of a hurricane. Clowns came out of the water after so many years, but their suits were nice and clean??? Nobody put effort in defending themselves?
(gb) wrote: Happy Feet will make you dance, but it feels more like another eco-environmental film
(nl) wrote: It's not rewarding in any way, but Billy Madison has some undeniably (if incredibly sophomoric) funny moments that rank among some of Adam Sandlers best gags.
(it) wrote: Among the simpler of the absurdist Allen comedies, and not one of the funnier ones, but Allen's charm -- especially when paired with Farrow -- is always outstanding.
(jp) wrote: i love natalie wood. and she's wonderful in this one. pollack's images and direction shines. a great classic movie.
(gb) wrote: Great movie Snipes was on top back then
(gb) wrote: Not a bad movie. Would have been better without the love story. But it was a creative way of touching on how Japanese Americans were treated during the war. Couldn't help but notice that some of the battle scenes included aircraft that weren't yet part of the US arsenal at the time of The Battle of Midway, ie F-6F Hellcats.
(jp) wrote: Stranded in the 20th century, time-traveler Jack Deth (Thomerson) has made a new life for himself and married a lovely, strongwiled woman named Lena (Hunt)... which will some day make Jack his own great- great- great-grandfather. His new peaceful life is thrown into chaos when another time traveler returns to the past, hunting a villain from the future who is using an environmental action group as a front for creating deadly, zombie-like supersoldiers known as Trancers. This time traveler happens to be Jack's wife from the future (Ward), who had been dead for several years when he was sent into the past. The main thrust of "Trancers II" is a fairly run-of-the-mill low-budget action film with a few sci-fi trappings that sees Jack Deth fighting and ultimately defeating a hoard of zombie-fied bad guys led by Dr. Wardo, another time traveler from Jack's original time period. It's not a bad story, but it's a somewhat predictable retread of the story from the first movie. The film, however, is very interesting if you like time travel adventures, because of the tangled histories of two characters--they are present at the same point 300 years in their past, but one is seven years ahead of the other in their personal timelines and he knows the other characters future. He knows that she is actually already dead and that when she goes home, she will be murdered by trancer cultists. This wrinkle adds much to the film and makes the akward situation Jack is in of having to deal with two different wives--one of whom he can't tell that he remarried because he's actually a widower--a very interesting one. Jack's marital problems are played mostly for laughs in the film, but the details that brought it about are both fascinating and tragic. The film is further helped by decent acting all around,even if the dialogue they actors are delivering could have used some more work. Poor Megan Ward in particular delivers from pretty awful lines. The final battle also lacks a bit of punch, and Jack seems a little too eager to gun people down. If killing the wrong person changes the future, shouldn't he be more careful about who he kills? It's one thing for him to kill Trancers--they're already dead--but what about the security guards he shoots? Dr. Wardo's assistants? The body Dr. Wardo's spirit was inhabiting? He kills all these peoples, and, based on the rules of time travel the film set up, he probablyl did all sorts of damage to the time line. Despite some sloppy scripting, the film is still interesting and worthwhile. Its social satire has even held up well over time and perhaps even gained more of an edge. The main villain is very Al Gore lie, and his whole organization is very reminicent of the face the modern ecological movement presents to the world. (It may be a little cult-like. If you've ever been annoyed by the hyperbolic idiocy that issues forth from the mouth of "leading environmentalists" or hypocrites like Al Gore, then Green World and its agents should amuse you. Trancers II (aka "Future Cop II") Starring: Tim Thomerson, Megan Ward, Helen Hunt, Biff Manard, Sonny Carl Davis, Richard Lynch, Martine Beswick, and jeffrey Combs Director: Charles Band
(fr) wrote: Really gritty drama about the Police infiltrating violent Football Gangs. Personally, I loved it.