Roger Cobb is a author who has just separated from his wife. He moves into a new house and tries to work on a novel based on his experiences in the Vietnam War. Strange things start happening around him; little things at first, but as they become more frequent, Cobb becomes aware that the house resents his presence.
- Category:Horror, Comedy, Fantasy
- Stars:William Katt, George Wendt, Richard Moll, Kay Lenz, Mary Stavin, Michael Ensign, Erik Silver, Mark Silver, Susan French, Alan Autry, Steven Williams, James Calvert, Mindy Sterling, Jayson Kane, Billy Beck,
- Director:Steve Miner,
- Writer:Fred Dekker (story), Ethan Wiley (screenplay)
The movie follows best-selling pop-horror novelist Roger Cobb who suffers an insurmountable case of writer's block after separation from his soap-star wife and the disappearance of their young son. Roger then moves into a house he inherits from his aunt, only to know that it's haunted. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
House torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: The cast, especially Miles Teller, does a good job. They make the movie funny, and the romance doesn't feel forced.
(ru) wrote: What an eye opener!!
(de) wrote: My verdict.she did it.high on drugs with her boyfriend and acquaintance
(it) wrote: driver was the wrong choice for the lead in this... if they'd gone with a rougher cast and stuck more to the kids stories than highlighting awkward teacher/student relationship then this could of been a great indie flick.
(de) wrote: A rather slow sci-fi with a good cast and a escalating ending.
(es) wrote: incredibly silly and a lot of fun
(it) wrote: Sting. I need not say more.
(it) wrote: Wednesday, October 6, 2010 (1984) Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan DRAMA/ ROMANCE To describe this film is the most realistic portayl of Tarzan, even though he is a fictionized character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs! The inspiration of this portrayl also came from "The Wild Child" directed by Francois Traffault released in 1970 also about an actual child raised in an ambandoned forest until it was stumbled upon and is being trained to adjust to the city or the townspeople! Tarzan who always lives in the forest, one would wnat to know how he'd be able to adjust to city life coinciding with actual people and this film does a good job displaying this! What's most memeorable about this film is more on the romance between Andie McDowell as Jane and Christopher Lambert as Tarzan because the releationship seemed very genuine, bringing Tarzan's other actions somewhat confusing! Their is no action and has more drama, which is defintely not for everybody but is good enough! 3 out of 4
(ca) wrote: Want to see this as I'm a Parks fan, but it seems very difficult to get hold of. Have watched a couple of scenes of it only, on youtube.
(jp) wrote: Al does his thing and for the most part it works the movie is a bit forgettable however
(es) wrote: A sweet movie, the romance could have been more believable, but the writing was just so good that i was easy to forget that.
(es) wrote: This adaptation completely warps Golding's original story, changing a spectacular book into a less-than-stellar movie with its corny dialogue and idiotic plot
(it) wrote: There are indeed a lot of subplots in this movie and while some are unnecessary, I think it just about manages to balance them.
(gb) wrote: It'd oversold itself when there were roughness, but it's still a good show with its leads (like how it was in the film) and direction. (B)(Full review coming soon)
(us) wrote: This has now become one of my favorite movies of all time! The humor is so witty but its not stuck up.. Twilight can kiss this genre goodbye.
(kr) wrote: Didn't even finish it