The story centers around a murderous scheme to collect a rich inheritance. The object of murder is Miriam Webster, who is to share in the inheritance with her half brother Warren, who lives with his childhood guardian Helga in the mansion where Warren and Mariam grew up. Confined to a wheelchair after recently suffering a stroke, Helga is cared for by her nurse Emily, a strange young woman who has formed a close bond with Warren.

The brutal stabbing murder of a justice-of-the-peace sparks an investigation of dark family secrets in a sleepy small town in Southern California. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Homicidal torrent reviews

Patrick G (kr) 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.

Robert C (ag) wrote: I have very mixed feelings about this movie. On the one hand I don't feel like this movie gives me much to think about. The subject matter -- coming of age and young love -- is played out, and the movie dwells too much on its aesthetics. Having said that, there is some beautiful cinematography, and the relationship between the two main characters is convincing. The very last scene in particular was done so well it still lingers in my mind.

Chip H (au) wrote: This is another film that I produced, and also directed the 2nd unit. The film explores the interrelated fates of five separate people whose paths cross in the final minutes of the film. Some have drawn comparisons to Crash (the Paul Haggis film that came out the following year, not the David Cronenberg film of the same name) or Magnolia for its structure, but a closer match might be Short Cuts. A great cast for such a tiny film, including Alan King, John Heard, Kim Raver, Vera Farmiga, writer/director Eric Schaeffer, Mina Badie, and the always wonderful Elizabeth Reaser.

Ulf L (ag) wrote: baserad p en verklig hndelse och vittnesml. Hur atumjordningar vervakar oss mycket skrmmande den dagen dom bestmmer sej fr att verkligen ta ver jorden hoppas det blir innan vi har frstrt jorden sjlva

David A (gb) wrote: Entertaining, though mild in every aspect

Hugo G (ca) wrote: It disappointed me because of the fact that it had a bad plot and characters. The story seemed to go nowhere and everything was all over the place with many inconsistencies. What I liked, was the good make-up effects and all the gore which was very good and extreme. Also, there were some scenes that looked very beautiful and it looked very artistic. Overall, it was a better movie of death sequences than an overall horror movie.

Sherwin L (gb) wrote: This is a crisp DVD conversion of Louis Malle's coming of age with a serious twist.

John K (br) wrote: A good film: humour, adventure, and warmth, turning adversaries into allies. Vidia really redeems herself here; unlike the trailer, she chose to help Tink, rather than them being forced together (the old "stuck in a lift" storyline). Some of the other fairies got a chance to shine as well, particularly Silvermist. The artwork within the film (i.e. the drawings stuck to Lizzie's wall) were quite charming, and they made a nice contrast to the higher-quality animation of the film itself.