It Follows

It Follows

For 19-year-old Jay, fall should be about school, boys and weekends out at the lake. But a seemingly innocent physical encounter turns sour and gives her the inescapable sense that someone, or something, is following her. Faced with this burden, Jay and her teenage friends must find a way to escape the horror that seems to be only a few steps behind.

After a strange sexual encounter, a teenager finds herself haunted by nightmarish visions and the inescapable sense someone, something, is following her. Faced with this burden, Jay and her friends must find a way to escape the horrors that seem to be only a few steps behind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


It Follows torrent reviews

Kevin R (kr) wrote: I'll protect you no matter what.A suburb of Seoul, Bundang, has a vicious outbreak where the infected need to quickly become quarantined and the area eventually becomes a war zone. A doctor discovers her daughter is infected and works furiously on an antidote; meanwhile, her daughter is placed in the quarantined zone. The girl's father figure runs to the girl's rescue."Is my brother a computer?"Kung Su Kim, director of City of the Rising Sun, Run Away, and Please Teach Me English, delivers Flu. The storyline for this picture is fairly clich and has some cheesy action scenes. The film has some worthwhile sequences and funny interactions. The outbreak is fairly well done and the acting is average."Are you...sick?"This was recently added to Netflix and was instantly added to my queue. I thought it was okay and worth a viewing but far from the masterpiece it could have been. The outbreak and how the character interacted was very average. I wouldn't strongly recommend this."I saw on TV you rescue dogs and cats too."Grade: C-

Lil man (fr) wrote: Rolling Family (Familia Rodante

Lucas G (ca) wrote: Carlyle is perfect, as usual.

Jani H (kr) wrote: I've always liked Dolph Lundgren, in a way. He had the potential to become an action star in the same category as Stallone, Van Damme but he just has failed too many times in his role decisions.Lundgren does a pretty good job but everybody else involved are just plain terrible. This film features probably one of the worst performances in the history of cinema. Victor Pedtrchenko is a name that really should be erased from everything he's involved in."Jill Rips" was another bad decision by Mr Lundgren. The film tries to be something that it never could've even been, serious and intelligent. In the end it's nothing more than a shallow and predictable B-movie.

Troy F (nl) wrote: I know this gets a wrap as the worst in the series, but I found this marginally better than European Vacation. Whereas that film was weak and annoying, this film is just... weak. The best moments only come out out of Chevy Chase's rare moments of hilarity as an actor, which were wearing off by this time. The problem with the whole film is that stuff happens, but nothing is really funny or matters to the audience. The family splits off and does their own thing in this film, each one taking part in certain fortunes, like Rusty becoming rich from gambling, Audrey becomes a club dancer, and Ellen in a affair with Wayne Newton. Cousin Eddie is back, but he doesn't do a whole lot, more or less annoying at times. I guess the situations are whacky and bizarre, but there's little to no pay off or punchline to them. One scene had Clark take part in a Siegfried & Roy magic show, where Clark disappears from the act, and then reappears casually at the end - nothing was done to accentuate whether this was funny, it just happens and moves onto the next scene. That's the whole movie. Vegas Vacation isn't quite a pain to sit through imo, just rather boring. It has its few and subtle (and I mean SUBTLE) moments of humour and charm, but it is overall a very weak and lame comedy that fails to recreate the charm and fun of Vacation or Christmas Vacation.

Timm S (ca) wrote: Beauty Within Insanity. A Strong Performance From Gwyneth Pumps The Heart & Soul Of A Good Piece Of Mathematical Drama.

Thomas R (ru) wrote: Zombie Critics Not Allowed. Was it a great movie? No. Was it as horrible as some critics would like to make it out to be? No. This appears to be one of those movies that for what ever reason all the bullies or cowards jumped on the band wagon and refused to stand on their own two feet. Perhaps it is Dennis Hopper? Is it true that no critic will give any movie with Dennis Hopper in it a good rating. Wonder what they are afraid of? Heaven forbid the zombies go against the powers that be. As for fun factor I give it a four, continuity rates a 2, effects a 2 and in some places and a 5 so an over all 3. Acting skills were all over the place from "Outstanding" to "What the heck" It is a solid Saturday after noon movie. I rate a lot of my movies by would I watch this again and on the watch again scale of 1 to 10 it comes in at a solid 4.5 to a 5. So come on guys there are a lot of other movies out there that are much worse than this with much better ratings. Grow some intestinal fortitude and stop acting like zombie critics.

Judy P (gb) wrote: Unusual, even by William Castle's standards! Not perfect due to some mostly technological limitations of the time (or budget), but it can still fool you into thinking you're seeing something that's not there. The Castle "gimmick" in this doesn't require 3D glasses or in-theater effects, so it works as well at home as it did in theaters years ago. However well THAT was, anyway.

Ryan S (us) wrote: I actually liked this movie and wasn't expecting to... The south African accents were hard to understand sometimes but I did like some the themes they played with involving the Robots mortality... Such religious undertones on the nature of death and life it was unexpected and I thought well played out.

Jill W (jp) wrote: A wonderful price of work!

Brian B (it) wrote: People you do realize smoking crystal meth makes your poor score inaccurate right? Anyone with any real type of acting ability or at least the ability to appreciate what these actors go through would rate this masterpiece with nothing less than three stars. First off Forest Whitaker was brilliant with an Oscar worthy performance! Michael Madsen was delightfully refreshing. Ben Kingsley was strange and mysterious and Natasha Henstridge was just plain hot! A must see for The Predator type sci-fi enthusiast!

Jamie C (ag) wrote: Very funny teen comedy, Shocking and embarrassing at times, It's the start of a great bunch of comedys, And I don't mean the pointless straight to dvd ones either, All the cast had funny moments but Seann William Scott was great.

Paul A (kr) wrote: Watched this a while ago and thought I had reviewed it. Don't remember it being that great, not worth watching.

Paul B (es) wrote: Maybe Doris Day/Rock Hudson comedies live better in memory than actually on screen. This largely unfunny comedy of misdirection and broken communications is packed with early-60s cultural stereotypes. Hollywood is one thing, but these people are almost on another planet. (Did women really put bows in their hair, like they would a poodle?) A really sharp cast isn't given much funny stuff to do; even the usually hilarious Tony Randall is reduced to a bad drunk act. Only Paul Lynde comes off well, in a very funny cameo as a cemetery director who really loves his job. If you saw it some decades ago and have fond memories, just leave them be. You'll be happier for it.