Journey To The West: Conquering The Demons

Journey To The West: Conquering The Demons

In a world plagued by demons who cause great human suffering, young demon hunter Xuan Zang risks his all to conquer a water demon, a pig demon and the demon of all demons, Sun Wukong.

Tang Sanzang, a Buddhist trying to protect a village from three demons, his emerging feelings for Miss Duan, the demon hunter who helps him repeatedly, and Sanzang';s trans-formative encounter with the Monkey King. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Journey To The West: Conquering The Demons torrent reviews

Cody C (ca) wrote: Gripping and fly-on-the-wall and peaceful. Very much up my alley.

Greg W (it) wrote: which no new X-mas tales here still a delight 2 watch another family deal with Christmas/

Kim W (es) wrote: As a fan of welcome to the dollhouse I jumped at the chance to watch it's sequel, once you get past the ever changing actors playing aviva it is a decent film though with some disturbing scenes, but what else would you expect from Todd solondz

Corey B (es) wrote: Woody plays the typical Bogie role from how I see it, down and out guy framed and put into the jail for two years and then out, goes back to the old town he doesn't want to be in and gets caught up in a scam that harkens back to Double Indemnity but put a mix of Lolita in it and you got Palmetto.The neo noir films of the 90s are highly under looked and this is one of them. In the beginning they were all in Chicago or New York, 70s and 80s all in California, in the 90s they all seemed to be in Florida. Must be all of the heat that builds to the tension. While it i snot a great film it is worth a rent and anyone who enjoys a good noir film should consider giving this one a chance it is easily a tribute to the noir of the past especially Double Indemnity.

Cooper H (us) wrote: Bill Murray stars in a sort of dark comedy about what you would do if you lived the same day over and over. Phil Connors does what is best for him at first, before putting others before himself that snaps him out of his Deja Vu

Iggy A (es) wrote: Good movie. Val Kilmer was young and still talented. (What the hell happened to him? What a waste of potential....)If you read the promotional material ahead of time, and you're a skeptic and cynic like myself, you might start rolling your eyes and think it's just Hollywood trying to earn some cheap points by setting what is basically a generic good cop-bad cop story on an Indian reservation, but the movie is far more successful than just that. The setting is central to the storytelling, and it is good storytelling. Well made. Well acting. Good script. You should watch it...

Christopher P (ru) wrote: The final scene was my favorite.

Tim H (fr) wrote: God, these movies just get worse and worse. I went from thinking that Bava was one of the most talented directors ever to being a hack from Italy. Here's my major problem with his later films: He made such great movies early on in his career. I thought that the man was a genius. But by this period, we just start seeing these overly convoluted movies that really don't represent the genre he's good at creating. This is a giallo mod movie. I don't know if that can even exist, but it does. Now, there's always an issue with mod movies in the sense that they totally depend on the atmosphere of the mod scene to carry the movie, regardless of the content. This movie is not totally devoid of content, but there are definitely gaps in the logic that this movie tries to present itself as. Like I mentioned, Bava uses very convoluted plots and this movie is no exception to the rule. I feel like he understands everything in the story, so he avoids telling the audience anything that would give them too much insight into the mystery. Perhaps he is so desperate for making sure that the end stays secret that he just leaves huge plot points out of the movie. I mean, there are characters that you have no idea who they are and barely reference. I mean, they're on an island! There's a killer! You'd think that anyone who'd be on that island would be suspect and discussed to no end. But apparently, that means that the story is simply going to go the way Bava wanted and that's the way it is going to be. Fie! Fie on this film! The only real pull that this movie has is that it is pretty fun to see how people are going to get murdered. Really, that's not that much of a draw because everyone gets murdered on a variation of knife stab. Sure, there's one sniper shot and the body is dragged away. (Why? Who knows? Maybe to distract you from the fact of who the real killer is. Too bad you can't solve it because, as I mentioned time-and-time again, there's just not enough info to make heads or tails of this movie.) I do like Bava significantly better when there is a body count. What this movie really reminds me is Bay of Blood (or for you people with the older print of the movie: Twitch of the Death Nerve.) But Bay of Blood has the cryptic storytelling with an eventual payoff and huge amount of gore. This movie (in comparison) is extremely tame with the gore. Really, the goriest scene is not even a real death. More often than not, you'll find bodies, but not actually see where things went haywire. This really is a mess of a movie. Somewhere in here, there's a halfway decent film just begging to be recut and partially reshot. I'm not saying that this movie is anywhere near the mess that Roy Colt and Winchester Jack is, but there needs to be some massive restructuring for this movie to be considered good.

Love M (jp) wrote: A subtle horror which doesn't use cheap ploys to scare. 22.6.14

Andy R (au) wrote: Extremely predictable, and very very mild scares. Not one of the best horror remakes, but if the filmmakers stood with its original story it may have been good.