House Of Wax

House Of Wax

A group of unwitting teens are stranded near a strange wax museum and soon must fight to survive and keep from becoming the next exhibit.

A group of young people are on their way to attend the basketball game of a college. But their car is broken down and they must stop in a small town in Athelston. They come in a gas station and accidentally become the victim of one group, who kill the guests to turn them into the wax to exhibit. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


House Of Wax torrent reviews

Lewis C (nl) wrote: Meh. Love Shack is a VERY mediocre mockumentary about the attempt to complete the last porn film of a legendary porn director who recently died. A dream team of fictional porn stars of the past and present are assembled, and they have seven days to make what will hopefully be the adult flick of the year. It tries desperately to be funny, but fails at nearly every attempt. It's surprisingly tame, uninteresting, and just generally boring. This could have been a solid movie if the execution would have been as good A's the original idea, but nope, nowhere close.I only watched this because of Diora Baird (her part is incredibly small, so anyone else with that idea should be warned). It wasn't worth it. If you're looking for a good mockumentary, skip it. If you're looking for a good raunchy comedy, skip it. If you're looking for a good movie in general, skip it. There's nothing to recommend about Love Shack.

Graham M (nl) wrote: It's funny, moving and insightful and one of the best films I've seen in a while. A look at the Islamic Revolution in Iran through the eyes of a liberal-minded girl and her trials with both her own country and ones abroad.

Matt M (de) wrote: Michael Moore takes on the American health care system. Convincing and entertaining as usual, though this film certainly does look like propaganda, it is much less part of any political agenda but rather a humanisation of the subject it takes on. Moore looks at the different aspects of the flawed American health care system, a delicate and touchy subject indeed, in a way that aims to both shock the audience but also have the audience ask questions about their own lives. In that way it is eye opening and greatly effective.

Fafa W (ca) wrote: I just watched it, and i cant stop thinking about my childhood. and the boy i liked when i in Primary school hahahaha.. by the way, life is so hard..but i just want to insist..

Jacob H (jp) wrote: Worst movie of all time, Neagga.

C T (it) wrote: I have a speaking part in this film!!

Joey F (es) wrote: Wes Anderson's first feature is gives clear insight into the development of his signature style. Even from day one, his characters are fascinating, his stories are just the right amount of absurd, and the emotions run high. It's a style that is clearly in its infancy in this film and - as such- is not as perfected as it would be in his later films. Even so, it's a very funny, very dry, very Wes Anderson-y experience.

Michael K (de) wrote: could not take more than 15 minutes

John W (es) wrote: Some have accused this film of being shallow. I don't see it. The cinema is a visual medium so audiences judge characters by their appearances alone. As Depardieu's wife Bouquet's character is somewhat brittle but not sufficiently so for an audience to overlook her obvious beauty and elegance whilst Depardieu's attraction to the decidedly frumpy Balasko is not sufficiently explained to be shared by the audience. But surely that is the point? It is not always clear to others what lovers see in each other.

Darryl L (ca) wrote: We have in our house what is euphemistically called "classic cable." It's analog, standard-definition. But mercifully inexpensive. The great benefit of this insufficient service is that we are not bombarded by dozens of movie channels. Choice can be bad. Having just one movie channel channel--Mpix--is good. I like the Mpix playlist, which includes a collection of not new movies that everyone has forgotten (or never knew about) but that are little cinematic gems. Just like Private Resort, the 1985 film with Rob Morrow (Northern Exposure) and Johnny Depp (21 Jump Street). Morrow gets top billing in this T&A film. It's not quite Porky's, but it is a screw-ball comedy (I think that is the correct technical term) with a terrible script and underwhelming acting. Yet, I couldn't look away (and not just because of the boobies). I happened across it just as it was starting and watched it all. I never would have downloaded this one, so I can thank Mpix--again--for broadening my movie horizon.

thundermoose t (fr) wrote: richard pryor is a comical genious what else can i say

Ravan Florentin P (kr) wrote: never seen bogart play so well

chris s (it) wrote: well wierd wanna see it !

Carlos M (fr) wrote: Though unnecessarily overlong for the kind of story it wants to tell and tending at times more towards soap-opera melodrama than neorealism, especially in a cathartic scene in the end, this is a spellbinding, moving and brutal film with a great score and a powerful social commentary.

Chris H (jp) wrote: Don't be fouled by the cover it's not a Ray Winstone movie. I did he only in a couple of scenes.