A brother and sister who run away from home find sanctuary in a deserted nature reserve. When the sister falls into the trap of a psychopathic killer, the brother sets out on a race against... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A brother and sister who run away from home find sanctuary in a deserted nature reserve. When the sister falls into the trap of a psychopathic killer, the brother sets out on a race against...
|Download||Rabies 2010 DVDRiP AC3-5.1 XviD-SiC||DVDRip||56||33||1.52 GB|
|Download||Rabies (Kalevet) 2010 English Subtitles DVDRip Xvid BigPerm LKRG||DVDRip||55||45||723.59 MB|
You may also like
Kalevet torrent reviews
Kyle L (ag) wrote: Extremely well crafted, entertaining, yet amusing The Howling is one of the best Horror films in the 80's and it is also one of the best werewolf movies ever made since An American Werewolf in London plus this is also Joe Dante's best film out of all of his movies in his filmography. The Howling is about a young reporter name Karen White who goes to The Colony following advice from her psychiatrist after a traumatized plan in trapping a serial killer who stalked her. But soon when Karen enters The Colony the locals aren't who they are at all and she soon learns that the locals are werewolves and she must escape before she gets killed by the werewolves. I love this movie and to be honest this is a marvelous film from start to finish and Joe Dante sure knows his style when it comes to making Horror films and he does have some talent when it comes to making Horror films and The Howling is always Joe Dante's best film in my opinion. One of the magnificent things about The Howling is that the movie not only has an interesting plot but the film is also well paced thanks to a clever script the movie works well a lot. The second thing I like about The Howling is that the film is very suspenceful and there are loads of suspenceful scenes in the film that will freak you out(The first attack of the werewolf, The cabin scene, The psychiatrist's office attack and the groundbreaking finale)plus the movie is extremely atmospheric which gives the movie a werewolf feel and of course next to the atmosphere the special effects are one of the true main highlights of this movie. All of the effects are well done in this movie I mean it check out the scene where Eddie Quist transforms into a werewolf the effects are top notch and extremely powerful and it is even way better than the CGI crap now a days used in most werewolf movies and this is the by far the best werewolf transformation scene in a werewolf movie since Wes Craven's Cursed transformation scene. But the true main highlight of the film is the sounddtrack by the great Pino Donaggio who also composed the soundtrack for the 1976 Brian DePalma classic Carrie. Pino Donaggio seriously managed the soundtrack very well in this movie and I adore the score in the finale even the attack at the psychiatrist's office which delivers some nice suspense at the exact same time. Now the acting here is fantastic Dee Wallace did a magnificent job with her performance as the protagonist Karen White while the rest of the casts did the same thing as well and all of the casts did a fantastic job with their performances in the film so far. Director Joe Dante created an amazing Werewolf movie that every Horror fan loved and he shows proof that he has skills when he made this movie and he also knows the world of Horror very well and this is his best effort since The Twilight Zone The Movie. Overall The Howling is an amazing werewolf film that can give any Horror fan a slight of amusement and entertainment at the same time. This movie gets a 10/10.
Barry T (ca) wrote: Marsden is so good in this as he is many other films. Garia plot was somewhat odd but Lynettes and Franks was touching. A good uk film
Harper C (it) wrote: Extremely weird with a strange plot
John Ross D (br) wrote: Though its gimmick of using dark exaggerated humor, even though eerie and appealing, is not for the gag of the many. Some of its scenes --- if looked carefully --- have some obvious flaws, and the CGI seldomly tends to look shitty.On the contrary, all of that didn't even do a huge rip for the film to deliver an overstate horror entertainment. One of its aspects is to playfully provoke audience's thoughts about the characters' traits and its development through a certain scene, hence, lets the audience connect to them; then gives `em a tasty, jaw-dropping brutality of a finale which probably is the most unforgettable point in the film. Drag Me To Hell possesses the title of an exaggerating, unnerving, cringeworthy, entertaining horror movie masterpiece that Sam Raimi has had ever carved since Evil Dead trilogy.
Spencer S (ru) wrote: A film that thinks it has a lot to say, but very rarely varies from its one, obnoxiously repetitive message that simply reads "I'm thin skinned." Hecklers themselves are thoughtless stooges who announce their presence and proceed to put down the performing comic, politician, musician, etc. for their own benefit, or detriment. It's evident that the directors of the film quickly ran out of material to finish their documentary and had to move on to something else entertainers bitch about: their adoring public. All manner of big names show up to give their two sense when it comes to films critics, Internet pariahs, and anyone who has a dissenting opinion from these creators, directors, and studio heads. The bulk of the film is valid in its assessment of people who simply say mean hearted things for the sake of their own popularity or even notoriety. Jamie Kennedy is the ringmaster in this documentary and resurfaces time and again to engage film critics in debates on why they deemed his films "Malibu's Most Wanted" and "Son of the Mask" as utter trash. Now, Kennedy does get a lot of unneeded slack in these reviews, and I agree that that's not fair, but the many interviews with other people tend to remain limited on the assumption that all criticism, of any kind, is wrong and make every creator feel bad about themselves and their work. Many of the people who come out to give interviews in this film are genuinely interesting people who vow not to care what people think and that the bad can't touch them, such as Mike Ditka, Craig Ferguson, and the vast amount of comedians who get heckled every show, and that truly sucks for them, but when Joel friggin' Schumacher showed up, I knew there was little credibility to these people's words. There is definitely something to protecting positivity in this world, but not at the expense of those who disagree to be heckled themselves.
Cassandra J (us) wrote: This is so LAME . About nothing
Jenny B (ca) wrote: Very sad and tough to watch.
Joetaeb D (ru) wrote: While not Gondry's most important movie. Be kind rewind gets by thanks to solid laughs, thoughtful story idea and greatly matched stars.
Carrie H (ag) wrote: I love this film so much Ihink it is not funny at all so I don't really no y I like it realy
Dutch V (ru) wrote: I actually enjoyed this one for the pure nonsensical, ridiculous over the top action with absolutely no story other than "they have my daughter". That's what Seagal does, he kills people, and he does a lot of that in this movie. Is it one of his best? No far from it, but for his later films it is okay.
Kevin J (us) wrote: Frenetically paced and stocked full of 80's cheese, Big Trouble in Little China goes off the reservation with weirdness a few too many times to make this a passable action movie. The weirdness level is increased ten-fold throughout the film and that combined with some awful special effects and a weird plot really kill the charm of Kurt Russell and the hysterical one liners. The direction from John Carpenter is just fine, but the movie was just not my type of thing I guess. Far too odd and nonsensical, Big Trouble in Little China plays like the live action version of a bad kids movie. Fortunately, it has enough solid action and is entertaining enough to overcome some of those negatives.
David J (us) wrote: "Bicycle Thieves" is a testament to human hardship, a landmark film in Italian neorealism, and a time capsule to post-WWII Italy. This film is historically important, but it will never be outdated.
Kevin R (de) wrote: You ever been fishing? The bait always dies.A man travels across the Northern America and Canada taking on different identities to execute victims. His crime spree has spanned over 20 years. A gruesome murder in Canada leads to an FBI profiler helping the local detectives. Can the locals work well with the US agent to catch their man? "You can't touch the body.""I'll touch anything I want."DJ Caruso, director of Disturbia, Eagle Eye, Two for the Money, I Am Number 4, Tin Man, Standing Up, and the upcoming GI Joe 3, delivers Taking Lives. The storyline for this picture was fairly straightforward and the twists were predictable. The acting was solid despite the flimsy plot and the cast includes Angelina Jolie, Ethan Hawke, Kiefer Sutherland, Gena Rowlands, Paul Dano, and Olivier Martinez. "You and I are about the same height."I came across this film on Netflix and decided to give it a shot. I thought it would be a thriller like Murder by Numbers or Se7en. It was a step down from those movies. The acting and execution was fine but the plot was too predictable and vanilla. Overall, this is okay but I wouldn't go too out of my way to see it."Fuck people. Fuck their rules."Grade: C+