HAUNTED CHANGI synopsis: In January of 2010, a group of local filmmakers began exploring the famously haunted Old Changi Hospital in Singapore with terrifying and tragic results. This movie pieces together the original Haunted Changi film crew's footage to tell the full story.
- Stars:Faridino Assalam, Farid Azlam, Sheena Chan, Sheena Chung, Audi Khalid, Audi Khalis, Andrew Lau, Andrew Lua,
- Director:Tony Kern, Andrew Lau,
- Writer:Tony Kern (story), Tony Kern
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Haunted Changi torrent reviews
(it) wrote: I loved this film. It was so easy to watch and even though it was a documentary it felt like a film. I felt I really got to know each of the characters well, which just engrossed me in their journey and the story
(kr) wrote: Campy fun! John Malkovich in particular is hilarious. The premise is utterly absurd but the film goes with it the whole way.
(au) wrote: A movie that just didn't catch my attention at all maybe if I would of had another glass of whiskey I would've actually been more entertained ???? the story was just boring af BUT mark looked stunningly handsome as always ?? great cast ????
(de) wrote: Though there are some historical inaccuracies I found Rudolf Martin's portrayal of Dracula to be incredibly good. It is no wonder he reprised the role for TV's Buffy verses Dracula (Season 5, episode 1 of Buffy The Vampire Slayer).This is a very good movie that looks at the good and bad of the historical Dracula and at the end of the film even ties in some of the vampire story so that the film works as a loose prequel to Bram Stoker's Dracula starring Gray Oldman. I strongly recommend this film for any fan of Dracula or of the history of the middle ages. The film is very well done, very moody, very atmospheric and surprisingly educational.
(kr) wrote: Why'll Douglas and Maquire are awesome, the rest of the characters feel very underdeveloped or lacking depth. I wish that the movie didn't drudge along the way it did. But, the acting is marvelous and the script is well crafted. Nice effort.
(jp) wrote: To think it was considered a crime for a man to dress up as a woman. This world has come a long way.
(es) wrote: I love this film, it makes me laugh and cry at the same time, at the same thing
(br) wrote: Not a bad movie,but it is very rare that a movie outshines the book it was based on.Wesley Snipes(one of the biggest stars of the 1990s) and Sean Connery (one of the biggest stars of the 20th Century) do a pretty bang-up job,but it still actually lacking in a lot of areas,which the movie suffers for.
(br) wrote: This film is disappointing. The director Alfred Hitchcock has made a lot better movies than this one. Someone of the dialogue is dated and the characters are not very interesting. There are some suspenseful scenes but not enough to recommend this film.
(es) wrote: There was a six year gap between the original Trancers and this sequel, The Return of Jack Deth, and you'd think that was more than enough time for Charles Band to work out the kinks from the first film. While a few of the problems I had with the first Trancers have been fixed in this sequel, a couple newer ones pop up that prevent this film from out-doing its predecessor. Still, the movie is just as entertaining and ends up being another decent science fiction film from Full Moon. The movie takes place in 1991, and Jack (Tim Thomerson) and Lena (Helen Hunt) are now Mr. and Mrs. Deth. The whole ordeal with Whistler and his murderous plans are a thing of the past, and the two have set out to live their lives. Unfortunately, Whistler has a brother who has tranced (time travel via sending your brain waves back in time to inhabit the body of an ancestor) himself into the head of a mental facility director and is creating a drug that he plans on using to create an army of trancers to try and finish Whistler's work. It was great to see the cast of the original film return for this follow up. Both Thomerson and Hunt deliver better performances in this film, and their characters are developed a little better. I liked the introduction of Alice (Megan Ward), Jack's first wife who died in the future, and the way that complicated Jack and Lena's relationship. It isn't much, but it at least allows for some character development this time around, unlike the original film. I enjoyed the performance by Alyson Croft, who plays an ancestor of McNulty (Art LaFleur), a top member of the police force of the future. When McNulty trances himself in the past, he has to inhabit the body of this 15 year old girl. And it was funny to see his mannerisms come out of this young woman, and I felt Croft was consistently hilarious with some of McNulty's quirks. The film also features cult horror icons Richard Lynch, as Whistler's brother Dr. E.D. Wardo, and Jeffrey Combs as his assistant Dr. Pyle. I like both of these actors, especially when they make appearances in Full Moon movies. While neither of their performances here are my favorites of their work with Full Moon, I still enjoyed their presence in the film. The action in Trancers 2: The Return of Jack Deth is still as anti-climatic as the original film was. However, this time around there is a little more violence in the film. Jack is more apt to using his gun this time around, and there are a lot of people getting shot to death in the film. And the film seems to have fun with all of the gun fighting, and it ends up being a rather squib-tastic experience. Although, I have to wonder why Jack has no regrets shooting these trancers, since technically they are innocent people unwillingly inhabited with the minds of violent decedents. Oh well, it's a stupid movie... why bring logic into it? Trancers 2: The Return of Jack Deth is another decent watch, and has given me hope that this Trancers box-set might very well end up being one that I like the majority of the films in it. Even if the other films can't expand on the concept, if they can maintain this level of enjoyable absurdity, hopefully the rest of the series should be the same level of fun to watch.
(ru) wrote: Comic book story of a super Guy Fawkes giving hell to the power that be, which happens to be a sort of dictatorial funny guy preying on the population, in a futuristic england. The story is too much fantasy but Natalie is so good in it, she ankors it very well. Considering how Guy Fawkes was hated by englishes, it is surprising that a Catholic rebel could inspire so much.