Invisible forces exert power over us in our sleep. A mercenary named Ink, on a literal nightmare mission, captures the spirit of 8-year-old Emma in the dream world. To save her, the dream-givers marshal all their resources, focusing on saving the soul of Emma's tragically broken father.

A mysterious creature, know as Ink, steals a child's soul in hopes of using it as a bargaining chip to join the Incubi - the group of supernatural beings responsible for creating nightmares. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ink torrent reviews

Steven S (es) wrote: This movie fell short to say the least. Could have been better but could have been worse.

Heather M (mx) wrote: I am going to pass on this one.

Ryan W (us) wrote: Something I enjoyed watching. And a great film for people with an open mind.

Zack S (jp) wrote: I wish I liked Armored a lot more than I did. It does have a good director and a solid cast, but I just wasn't impressed with the plot. It was very predictable and it wasn't very engaging either. Of course, I still liked the action but I just wasn't impressed with the film overall. There are many other heist films that do the job (no pun intended) better than Armored. Predictable and forgettable. Should've been a direct-to-DVD release.

Andrey B (it) wrote: Another attempt at creating an art out of a gay porno movie, introducing their problems and emotions to the foreground. But it's too much of a homosexual activity in this movie for it to be objective.

christopher m (br) wrote: those of u who knw me will understand why i put this in my top 5...............the entire film is 1 long (wicked) interview wit ........... fidel castro!!

Randy P (ca) wrote: Different, and enjoyable in a way. I liked it because I am from Cape breton.

Greg D (de) wrote: I have now seen Sonic Outlaws

Spencer S (kr) wrote: "The Beyond" is a slightly plot-less, surrealist, and frightfully gory horror film that remains cult to this day, and for good reason. For a film that doesn't have much plot, and dives between characters without building them up to take the blows, there's a lot that remains memorable and entertaining about this Lucio Fulci classic. It deals with a lot of horror staples and expands on traditionally taboo topics such as extreme gore and killing innocent characters. The characters in this film are pretty forgettable and one dimensional in personality, though Emily the blind girl does stand out, not for her character, but what she means to the overall storyline. Little is explained in the film, as the director wanted, so it's not clear where Emily came from, what her connection is to the hotel, and why she is blind, but there are clues, scattered around the film that vaguely answer some of our questions. That and her dreadfully mangled eyes stand as a symbol for the rest of the film, gracing the movie poster as well as most film stills. The story remains fragmented because Fulci throws in a lot of different horror staples including haunted house, zombies, a doorway to hell, and gore upon gore. The zombies were added because the distributor noticed that there was a zombie trend at the time, similar to nowadays. Raising the dead via curse, and using a doorway to hell under the hotel was an interesting expansion of zombie lore up to that point, and further raises questions such as: Why do only some people get raised in the beginning but at the end all corpses rise? Why are people going blind? Does it have anything to do with the ending, which it seems to emulate? Not everything is cut and dry, and that's something horror films of today can learn from. Exposition is tirelessly thrown in to explain why things are happening nowadays. This film may be vague, but it lineated in plot and carefully imagined its visuals and gore. The gore scenes do stretch way too long in some instances, especially the tarantula scene, and the characters are no good, but everything else made this film a classic cult film.