Heebie Jeebies

Heebie Jeebies

A supernatural creature gives the term scared to death a whole new meaning!

When a haunted gold mine is reopened after a 150 years, a horrific supernatural creature escapes to exact vengeance on a small Southern town. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Heebie Jeebies torrent reviews

Ian C (gb) wrote: Complete and utter dog spunk. Fairbrass is the balls, but it just plays like a poor Carry On flick. Really really wank.

ahmed s (br) wrote: Felt the movie suffered from an unexpected twist in plot. Kept patiently waiting for the climax and was left hugely disappointed to see the movie end the way it did.

Ed J (ru) wrote: Simply the best documentary I have ever witnessed. I highly recommend this movie to educators, public officials, non-profits, any and every body. The difference one person made for a school, community, city, and nation. See this movie!!!

Otto L (mx) wrote: I'm rating this 3/5 only because of the visual side works.. as a horror movie this isn't worth a star and as an art film it would still need a better plot.. points for the all-too-apparent ending

Matt L (us) wrote: So this is a biopic. Even though it's a fictionalized biopic only loosely based on the life of Indian business tycoon Dhirubhai Ambani, it still falls in to the conventions of biographical movies, skipping over large chunks of time, sometimes in a confusing way, in order to get the whole sense of a person. It doesn't quite get a handle on Guru's ambiguity as a character. He's played simply and unabashedly as the hero, even when he's doing horrible things. Which is fine, but the movie at times takes pains to point out how awful Guru's polyester company has behaved, even as it sets up his success as a metaphor for India's rising economic prowess in the world. Abishek Bachchan is pretty good, but it takes him a while to get going. He doesn't quite do the humble village kid well, but once Guru gets fire in his eyes, Bachchan takes the role and runs with it. Aishwarya Rai basically gets to be his supportive, dutiful wife throughout the film, but they get along and have decent on-screen chemistry. Good job on that, as they ended up married after this film premiered. The musical numbers are a bit wanting, and seem to be shoehorned in out of a sense of stylistic obligation. All in all it's a fun movie but probably only worth seeing if you're in to Bollywood.

Avimanyu T (br) wrote: "Even the vivid emotions he had once cherished fell back, as if retreating from the province of his mind. Like a mist in the breeze, his memories changed shape, and with each change they grew fainter. Each memory was now the shadow of a shadow of a shadow. The only thing that remained tangible to him was the sense of absence." - Haruki Murakami, Tony Takitani

Ian C (mx) wrote: Booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooorinnnnnnnnnnnnnnng

Jason M (ru) wrote: Everybody missed the boat on this one. It's a great family drama with well-observed performances all throughout. One of the best films of 2005.

Wes S (au) wrote: Dragon Fighter has a weird set up. Constantly displaying too camera angles at once, it gets distracting and unappealing. The plot is a bit dumb, but fun. Sadly the dragon doesn't do much but stalk the hallways. The CGI isn't too impressive either. Really, outside of the concept, nothing about the film is memorable.

Lorraine J (br) wrote: The soundtrack is good. The story isn't bad. Good reference for Jamaican accents.

Andy F (es) wrote: Great 80's Movie for Kids...When Joaquin was Leaf

Dave S (gb) wrote: Feels long, but that's just a product of having enough plot for two movies awkwardly stuck together with a few songs. Plenty funny, though.

Jeff R (au) wrote: A fun movie with lots of twists. Very entertaining. I don't believe I heard any bad language.

Ivy R (kr) wrote: So great of a movie!

William G (gb) wrote: Paul Blart: Mall Cop features a heartwarming and uplifting lead character, and an original story with genuine humor. 4.5/5

Christopher K (nl) wrote: Probably one of the last movies I remember Val Kilmer and Tom Sizemore starring in. It's actually fairly good.

Hannah M (jp) wrote: I was told this movie was extremely funny, so I watched it... I think I maybe smiled once? Roger is a thoroughly despicable character, and I'm not sure whether it was supposed to be one of those things where I laughed because what he said was so outrageously horrific, or whether I was supposed to be sympathizing with him, or what. Either way, this movie just didn't work for me at all on a comedic level. On a dramatic one, I was interested in what was going on with Jesse Eisenberg's character, but not enough to make watching the movie worthwhile.

Thomas B (de) wrote: Semi-Interesting futuristic film