House of Dust

House of Dust

College students exploring an abandoned insane asylum accidentally shatter canisters holding the cremains of former mental patients. Inhaling the dusty ash filling the air, they're soon possessed by the souls once held within them. One is a convicted serial killer from 1950.

College students exploring an abandoned insane asylum accidentally shatter canisters holding the cremains of former mental patients. Inhaling the dusty ash filling the air, they're soon possessed by the souls once held within them. One is a convicted serial killer from 1950. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rory P (it) wrote: It gets interesting in the end. Lots of (occasionally graphic) male sex to begin with, which you may find either erotic or kind of boring*, depending on your orientation I suspect. (Or maybe the critics calling the film erotic are mistaken. I don't know.)*/gross

David R (kr) wrote: Quite possibly my New favorite movie of All Time!

Naresh K (ru) wrote: A lovely movie.. charming laid back story line.. "All you need is people who believe in you"... :)

Renee V (jp) wrote: One of the most interesting and relevant documentaries I've seen. Beautiful camera work, amazing sound and a very thought provoking look at creativity and digital culture. Go see it if you can!

Rachel H (es) wrote: You have to have a twisted sense of humor to like it and its a good movie some parts are a little bit out of know where and with a bigger budget I think they would have dominated with this movie , but it is good.

Sara L (kr) wrote: Pas vraiment d'histoire mais le ptit cot freak vaut la peine d'tre vu.

Tony P (mx) wrote: I am trying to view director Martin Scorsese's work as much as possible. I faintly remembered viewing this film back on its cinematic release back in 2002. I knew it was good then so I thought it was worth re-watching.The film is set in nineteenth century New York City as thousands of Irish immigrants arrive each week on boats to the city (and country) and sets the tone for tensions for 'native' Americans.It is hard to believe that some of the set designs, as lavish as they are will become home to one of the biggest metropolis on earth.The film mainly centres on a nineteenth century 'Nigel Farage' like character, Bill Cutting (Daniel Day-Lewis) who is the main gangster of the 'streets' of New York. The film is set mainly set in the Five Points area of the city.Cutting is an apt name as he cuts up all his enemies it seems with ever sharper blades and in more rivers of blood.In one such confrontation he kills an Irishman Father Vallon (Liam Neeson). It is from this evil killing in front of Vallon's son Amsterdam (later to morph into Leonardo DiCaprio) that the plot of the film is revealed as Amsterdam vows to avenge his father's death.Vallon earns the respect of Cutting and becomes a member of inner circle before all hell breaks loose setting up a barbaric finale in which New York as we know it is born and the Cutting reign is over.The Irish accents of some of the characters are laughable. Only Brendan Gleeson makes the most of his. Other actors struggle to grasp the tongue.It is the production design (Dante Ferretti), cinematography (Michael Ballhaus) and direction of Scorcese that triumph in the film slightly before CGI dominated such films.The casting has a strong contingent of actors (and few actresses) that feature in UK productions and television and a few Hollywood films. Look out for the bloke of Billy Elliott, 'Q Algy' off Never Say Never Again and Elliot off E.T.Another Scorsese hit.

Michael R (kr) wrote: I read so much about this film and how good it was... yes it's full of twists, but as story lines go through I think Ben Affleck will call it his "dark times". Was expecting so much more, but just ended up being a stupid story covered with action, twists and rubbish characters. Ok, but not good.

Luigi M (gb) wrote: Fathers rights groups would be proud

Paul D (nl) wrote: A deep and intense subject, but handled well with some good dark humour to offset this.

Michael M (br) wrote: I always liked this movie. Snipes and Connery make a good duo and it's based off of Michael Crichton novel. Thanks for the refresher NetFlix.

Ryan L (ru) wrote: I enjoyed it despite it being one of Woody Allen's lesser films.

Dave J (mx) wrote: Tuesday, May 7, 2013 (1985) Pale Rider WESTERN Veteran Western actor Clint Eastwood directs and stars as a different kind of 'man with no name' to whom the people he coincidently saves call him a preacher since he wears clerical collar. The set up which I thought was too long and needed to be shortened since it's already been shown many times before regarding greedy land baron harassing and bullying a small group of independent gold settlers was watchable enough because of the genuine feel of it's dialogue. A cross between "Shane" because the girl who idolizes him and "High Plains Drifter" because Eastwood's violent approach is similar. Co-stars Michael Moriarty as Hull Barret and Carrie Snodgress as Sarah Wheeler are also quite good in this as well. And a small roll for Richard Kiel(known to play "Jaws" from the James Bond movies) as Club. 3 out of 4 stars

peter w (mx) wrote: .5/4 Just dont see it.

Christopher B (mx) wrote: The only "Road to..." movie I've seen due to a glowing recommendation from the classic book Cult Pics and Trash Flicks, this is an amazingly funny film filled with a surprising amount of black humour. Highly recommended.

Justin B (jp) wrote: Slow burning, rich in atmosphere and enthralling from beginning to end.

Adrian T (ca) wrote: Classic, "the wrong wave"

Jonas E (es) wrote: This funny, well acted parody of Universals horror films of the 1930s is without a doubt Mel Brooks' best picture! And if you are thinking about seeing the new frankenstein movie don't! Watch this one instead :) You will thank me later!

gary t (es) wrote: WOW......WOW......WOW.....WOW.......STUNNING.......BRILLIANT......AMAZING......GENIUS......SUPERB.......I HAVE JUST SEEN THIS MOVIE 4 THE 1ST TIME N THINK THAT THIS IS SUCH A FANTASTIC MOVIE 2 WATCH,......its got a good cast of actors/actresses throughout this movie......I think that joseph cotten (.R.I.P.), alida valli (.R.I.P.), orson welles (.R.I.P.), trevor howard (.R.I.P.), Bernard lee (.R.I.P.), play good roles/part throughout this movie........I think that the director of this mystery/suspense/classics movie had done a fantastic job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.......I think that this is such a gripping/thrilling/highly suspenseful movie 2 watch as the director keeps you on the edges of your seats throughout this movie......The atmospheric use of black-and-white expressionist cinematography by Robert Krasker, with harsh lighting and distorted "Dutch angle" camera angles, is a key feature of The Third Man. Combined with the unique theme music, seedy locations and acclaimed performances from the cast, the style evokes the atmosphere of an exhausted, cynical, post-war Vienna at the start of the Cold War. Some critics at the time criticised the film's unusual camera angles. C. A. Lejeune in The Observer described Reed's "habit of printing his scenes askew, with floors sloping at a diagonal and close-ups deliriously tilted" as "most distracting". American director William Wyler, Reed's close friend, sent him a spirit level, with a note saying, "Carol, next time you make a picture, just put it on top of the camera, will you?"Box officeIn the United Kingdom, The Third Man was the most popular film at the British box office for 1949. In Austria, "local critics were underwhelmed", and the film ran for only a few weeks. Still, the Viennese Arbeiter-Zeitung, although critical of a "not-too-logical plot", praised the film's "masterful" depiction of a "time out of joint" and the city's atmosphere of "insecurity, poverty and post-war immorality". William Cook, after his 2006 visit to an eight-room museum in Vienna dedicated to the film, wrote "In Britain it's a thriller about friendship and betrayal. In Vienna it's a tragedy about Austria's troubled relationship with its past."Critical receptionUpon its release in Britain and America, the film received overwhelmingly positive reviews. Time magazine said that the film was "crammed with cinematic plums that would do the early Hitchcock proud-ingenious twists and turns of plot, subtle detail, full-bodied bit characters, atmospheric backgrounds that become an intrinsic part of the story, a deft commingling of the sinister with the ludicrous, the casual with the bizarre." Bosley Crowther, after a prefatory qualification that the film was "designed [only] to excite and entertain", wrote that Reed "brilliantly packaged the whole bag of his cinematic tricks, his whole range of inventive genius for making the camera expound. His eminent gifts for compressing a wealth of suggestion in single shots, for building up agonized tension and popping surprises are fully exercised. His devilishly mischievous humor also runs lightly through the film, touching the darker depressions with little glints of the gay or macabre." One very rare exception was the British communist paper Daily Worker (later the Morning Star), which complained that "no effort is spared to make the Soviet authorities as sinister and unsympathetic as possible."Critics today have hailed the film as a masterpiece. Roger Ebert added the film to his "Great Movies" list and wrote, "Of all the movies that I have seen, this one most completely embodies the romance of going to the movies." In a special episode of Siskel & Ebert in 1994 discussing film villains, Ebert named Lime as his favourite film villain. Gene Siskel remarked that it was an "exemplary piece of moviemaking, highlighting the ruins of World War II and juxtaposing it with the characters' own damaged histories". James Berardinelli has also praised the film, calling the film a "must-see" for lovers of film noir.WARNING THIS MOVIE CONTAIN STROBE LIGHTNING EFFECTS THROUGHOUT SOME SCENES THORUGHOUT THIS this is such a gripping enjoyable movie 2 watch, its got such a fantastic cast throughout this movie, it is such a classics thriller movie 2 watch with a brilliant cast throughout this movie.......

thomas m (jp) wrote: Predicable through the middle with administrating and often confusing sense to the dress up around the outside ..