Prestonburg, KY is a small blue-collar town with hunting, fishing, coal mining, and two of the biggest names in online horror talk radio: Wes Vance and Aaron Frye (aka "The Creepy Kentuckian" and "Uncle Bill") The two self-proclaimed "redneck geeks" bonded at a young age while their weekends devouring horror films. They now use their extensive horror knowledge to record a weekly podcast on DEADPIT.com and have found a worldwide audience through their candid conversation, quick wit, and lots of swearing. What started as an outlet to express their love for horror films has evolved into an online industry with millions of followers and the ability to talk to their childhood heroes. But what happens when your childhood pursuits start to collide with your adult aspirations? Can Deadpit survive it's own success?
Into the Pit: The Shocking Story of Deadpit.com torrent reviews
Ethaniel S (jp) wrote: I thought it was major improvement over the first one. I'm looking forward to the third one. And it's in one of those cases where the sequel's better.
Roshan P (nl) wrote: Mark Duplass - loved him in Safety Not Guaranteed and loved him in this. Elizabeth Moss seems to effortlessly exude old Hollywood charm. Cannot believe this is the same girl that played Polly in Girl, Interrupted - a small, but memorable role.
Paul D (ag) wrote: A story about relationships that have existed and new ones from it, which has little pace to it, but for drama purists it's a good watch.
Shanshank S (gb) wrote: Wouldn't expect that much horror and physico character scenes in movie. Over all it was good exp.
David P (us) wrote: I enjoyed this movie more because I was lucky enough to attend the Australian premiere along with some of the cast and crew. But if there wasn't the excitement of all that involved I'm not sure how much I would have really liked it. It is very slow, playing out more like a stage play with most of the action happening in the one room surrounding a very attractive naked woman on a table who is covered in sushi. Hence Sushi Girl. The acting is brilliant but it feels more like something that would have worked better as a short film and they've dragged it out to feature length. Probably wont hit the cinemas in Australia but check out the trailer and then have a look on DVD if it interests you. 2/5
Hassan V (gb) wrote: This is a documentary embraced and draped in total respect, beauty and profound contemplation. It is an essay, a cinematic spectacle, a tribute to the dead, a tribute to the stars and Herzog-esque in its form of creative documentary. Try to catch this if you ever see it playing and I need to seek out more of this directors work!
Zahid C (ru) wrote: Day : SaturdayDate: 14 Mar 2009Time: 1.00 amWith: NooneOn : PCNot at all funny except a few scenes. But loose script and bad acting.
David D (fr) wrote: Blue Gold is a thousand times better than its counter part Flow. If you have to make a choice watch Blue Gold. The most valuable commodity in the world, information. As the world public slept for more than 4 decades, 4 large conglomerate multinational organizations bought up nearly all of the rights to fresh water in every country around the globe, including the US. Foreign corporations own the rights to your city water supplies. Las Vegas water is owned by the Suez Corporation. What does this mean? In a world where oil is not longer the international means of exchange (petro-dollar) a new currency emerges called water rights. A country's currency may be backed by the amount of fresh water it possesses. Many countries will import fresh water because either thier source is dried up, owned by a foreign national who may overcharge or because the supply has been polluted. Who owns the water rights in Mexico? How did it happen? Vicente Fox, Ex President was the General Manager for Coca Cola. Now, Coke owns Mexican water rights. What does this mean, will this tragedy have a happy ending? What is being done and by whom to stop politicians from lining their pockets? Watch and find out. Believe me, you will learn more in 1 hour than you did in Environmental Sciences in an entire year. Enjoy!
adam b (fr) wrote: It's the sort of film that I expect nearly all ages can enjoy. Simple plot, nice amount of magic and doesn't try to do anything other than entertain. But my god those kids peed me off. Its not often that theres a child character that is so unlikable.
Avitha N (jp) wrote: Despite it's lack of DIsney's signature songs, Atlantis offers interesting characters, an intriguing story, beautiful animation and a very enjoyable film that was even worthy enough to spawn a sequel. By being one of Disney's lesser known films, this film offers it's own flare and Disney Magic.
Fernando D (jp) wrote: Great performances by Holly and Glenn
Kevin L (au) wrote: It may be fifteen minutes short of a four-hour runtime, but Lagaan works with strong performances, masterful storytelling, and a theme of inspiring musicals
Brendan B (fr) wrote: I need to rewatch Possession to determine if this is my new favorite Zulawski. I guess stylistically Possession is the better film but this one is all about two people being driven mad by the confusion and irrationality of love, a theme I identify with completely. Sophie Marceau is the most beautiful actress I have ever seen. The ending confused me a bit and like all Zulawskis it demands repeat viewing, but I definitely was entranced by this film.EDIT: Possession is just a much tighter film, way better executed. MNaMBtYD is a very good film with great emotion behind it, just sloppy.
Michael T (it) wrote: Weird, explicit, a little unsettling.
Kendra J (ru) wrote: All in all, this film from 1971 wasn't a bad takeoff on the traditional Frankenstein story. Surprisingly starring Joseph Cotton as Dr. Frankenstein, the film takes a departure from the usual events when the creature kills Frankenstein, leaving Frankenstein's daughter to take up the mantle and continue with her father's research. Lady Frankenstein takes things a bit farther though, deciding to transplant her older suitor's brain into the body of a the younger and more handsome, but mentally challenged house boy.The special effects in this film are poor even by 1971 standards, the lab is little more than a collection of useless jacob's ladders and bubbling beakers, and the creature's makeup is laughably bad. However in spite of these flaws, the film does keep your attention and makes for a good "bad movie night" flick.
Greg W (au) wrote: another love triangle vehicle 4 Durbin.
John T (kr) wrote: Unwatchable but I tried and then "Snoop" from "The Wire" gets naked and I just couldn't go any further. It felt more like a big budget student film then a Spike Lee movie. What heck is this? I did not rate it because I couldn't finish it.
Manu G (br) wrote: A Return to the State of Nature.Good Film! "Goodbye World" is a glimpse of the quick dissolution into the state of nature that occurs in human relationships when society collapses. Common to all works of literature and film that deal with the subject of societal breakdown, established conflicts emerge. These include: the desire to hold onto familiar societal values; the relevance of property ownership without governing bodies; at what point does cooperation impede on the individual's ability to survive; and the possible irrelevance of social contracts (marriage)without government. The film subtly captures the characters not just as victims of impending doom but friends and lovers with established and complicated relationships. These established tensions within the relationships serve as a medium to convey the philosophical quandaries that are inherent in the age old political question: What is man in the state of nature? It should not be expected that the rich characters would set aside relational conflicts as the world ends. Such disaster only exacerbates the problems within their relationships. But the aggravation of old wounds and amplification of competing attitudes just makes the ending all the more sweet. Each character must say "Goodbye World" to their old prejudices and paradigms to walk brightly into the future without "the world as we know it." James and Lily live off the grid, raising their young daughter in a cocoon of comfort and sustainability. When a mysterious mass text ripples its way across the country, triggering a crippling, apocalyptic cyber attack, their home transitions from sheltered modern oasis to a fortress for the estranged old friends that show up at their door for protection and community. The unexpected reunion--abundant with revelry and remembrances, generously enhanced by organic wine and weed--is quickly undermined by the slights of the past, the spark of lingering flirtations and the threat of a locally grown new world order. Balancing tense confrontations with slivers of levity, director Denis Henry Hennelly pinpoints a future where ideology explodes into action in every area.
Mikel B (nl) wrote: Nowhere near as enjoyable as 2011's 'The Muppets', nor is it as fun; but the musical numbers are "tap your feet" fantastic. Too bad that's the only thing significantly great about 'Muppets Most wanted". Everything else pretty much falls flat.
Al H (fr) wrote: Just another scary film that must see.