A group of college boys, bored with the every day "gay life" of LA, decide to skip Pride weekend in exchange for a camping trip in the woods. Quickly overcome with boredom in their new surroundings, the boys venture into a game that ultimately unleashes the vengeful spirit of a local legend known as Malice Valeria. Overcome by her deadly plan of tainted love and her thirst to take back what was lost long ago, the boys must now band together before they fall victim to the poisons of a broken heart.
- Stars:Nick Airus, Allusia Alusia, Sean Benedict, Daniel Berilla, Ish Bermudez, Kyle Blitch, Roger Duplease, Jeneva Jones, Ronnie Kroell, Sean Paul Lockhart, Kyan Loredo, Griffin Marc, Steven Tylor O'Connor, James Townsend, Misty Violet,
- Director:James Townsend,
- Writer:James Townsend
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Kissing Darkness torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Way more fun than it had any right to be. Action packed, well paced brutal in places. This type of thing is never going to up for any awards but damn it was a fun ride.
(ca) wrote: fun little documentary about the most mundane of subjects, a parking lot in Virginia and the group of parking attendants who retain order within
(us) wrote: "Videocracy" starts by showing the inherent superiority of European television over its American counterpart. Sadly, the documentary does not see it that way as it seems to think any undressing on television leads immediately to "Caligula."(Relax, it's not like Hugh Hefner is running the country or anything...) All of which is laid at the feet of now former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi(why couldn't he have held on for another couple of weeks?) and his vast media empire which controls 90% of the television stations in Italy which on the face of it is very, very bad. But the documentary is less interested in his government's policies than in fame and reality programs which are not just an Italian problem but a worldwide plague. Even worse, the filmmakers in pure amateur hour fashion do not even come close to connecting the dots.
(fr) wrote: Gianni, who looks to be about 60 years old, and his mother, who looks to be about 100, share a nice apartment in Rome. Gianni doesn't work -- he doesn't have time to since he spends almost every waking moment tending to his mother's every need -- so consequently he's fallen quite a bit behind on his bills. His only leisure activity is drinking the occasional glass of wine at the local bar where luckily they let him run a tab. Gianni and his mother get along well and he doesn't seem to mind taking care of her, but doing so has made it hard for him to do things like date and take vacations. His mother seems to be in decent health, though her brown leathery shriveled-up skin gives her the appearance of a lizard wearing a blonde wig. Clearly she spent a lot of days at the beach before SPF 50 was invented. One day, right before Ferragosto, an Italian holiday in the middle of August when apparently everyone in the country goes out of town, Gianni is visited by the head of the condo board, a guy named Alfonso. Alfonso tells him that the other owners are complaining that he hasn't paid his share of the assessments for several years and that something must be done. He then offers a proposition: if Gianni lets Alfonso's own elderly mother move in for the next couple of days so that he can go on vacation, Alfonso will personally pay off some of Gianni's debts. Gianni isn't too keen on the idea but he eventually agrees because he really needs the money. Gianni's mother isn't thrilled about it either but she suggests that they just tough it out and do their best to make their house guest feel welcome. The next morning, Alfonso shows up as planned, but he's accompanied by not just his mother, but also his Aunt Maria. Gianni protests, but Alfonso slips him a few hundred euros so he relents. He can't very well kick Aunt Maria out on the street; apparently, leaving little old ladies home alone for the weekend simply isn't done in Italy. After the two visitors are settled in, Gianni's doctor drops by to check him for a possible hernia. After finishing the exam, you guessed it, the doctor asks if HIS mother can spend the night. Next thing you know he's dropping her off at Gianni's doorstep, along with several bottles of prescription meds and a long list of dietary restrictions. In case you're keeping score, that makes four old ladies in one cramped apartment that Gianni has to take care of. Luckily for them, he's an excellent cook; he dons his apron and starts whipping up a feast. Mid-August Lunch was made on a very low budget. The actor who plays Gianni is also the director -- in fact his real name is Gianni -- and the women who play the little old ladies are really just little old ladies, not professional actresses. And Gianni's apartment in the movie is actually his apartment in real life. Essentially, he just wrote the sparest of stories, hired some old ladies to spend the weekend in his apartment, and filmed it. Surprisingly, it works. Not a lot happens in this film -- certainly nothing out of the ordinary. The women all behave quite civilly towards each other from the start, and other than a minor spat involving the location of the television set, everything goes fairly smoothly. Gianni runs back and forth between rooms trying to smooth ruffled feathers, dole out medication, serve meals, and comfort an insomniac. Though three of the women have been essentially dumped in the apartment for the weekend and Gianni only agreed to watch them for the money, the mood gradually turns from everyone trying to make the best of the situation to everyone having a grand old time. There's no high drama or hilarity here, but it's still a pleasure to watch.
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(br) wrote: This was a tad bit sappy, but also sweet. Nice story of a small outback town rallying around a sick girl and her imaginary friends. Even though everyone hates her father, they somehow look past it. Probably a great movie for kids to teach them about death.
(it) wrote: The Virgin of Jurez (Kevin James Dobson, 2006)It kind of seems like a can't-miss proposition, doesn't it? Put together a big Hollywood movie about a journalist traveling to Jurez, Mexico, to cover a story about a possible serial killer there who's racking up more bodies than Henry Lee Lucas. (This is, by the way, a true story; between 1993 and 2012, the body count is up to 370, per Wikipedia, and ?...female homicides per capita in Jurez is significantly higher than any other major city in Mexico or the United States.?) Throw in an apathetic government, cops who may be covering for the killer(s), and some random drug and gang activity. (This is still a true story, by the way, we haven't started with the Hollywood embellishment yet.) Now throw in a roster of Hollywood B-listers and Mexican stars who have never gotten their due in America, seize on an unconfirmed rumor regarding one of the killer's (killers'?) survivors and kind of do a double-backflip-reverse on it in the name of drama, and you have The Virgin of Jurez?a movie that could have, and likely should have, been far, far better than it is.The journalist in question is Karina Danes (Return to Me's Minnie Driver). She gets ahold of the story that there seems to be a serial killer down Mexico way, and goes down to see what she can dig up. What she finds is Mariela (El Crimen del Padre Amaro's Ana Claudia Talancn), one of the very few women to escape, and who claims to have had a vision of the Virgin Mary. Some of the locals are now considering Mariela an incarnation of the Virgin, and have set up a shrine to her. Mariela's brother Felix (Scandal's Guillermo Daz), a local gangster, has his boys running security at the shrine, but are their motivations purely religious? And is it possible the local constabulary actually know the person (or people) committing the murders, but covering it up?It's a complex enough story in real life that it might have been a good idea to focus on one or two aspects of it and make everything else background color. Scriptwriter Michael Fallon (The Mask) decided to try going the opposite way, making it more complex without stripping out any of the underpinnings. A laudable goal to set for yourself...if you have the time to make an eight- or nine-hour film that can tackle all this complexity and add in the odd magical-realist spiritual angle. (For the record, from what I can discern from reading about three dozen articles about all this on the internet, one of the survivors did have visions of the Virgin Mary and considers the Virgin to have personally intervened in her fate, but I have seen no indication that said survivor is now worshipped as an icon in Jurez.) As it stands, though, Fallon tried to do too much in too little time. Dobson (Outriders), normally a TV director, might not have noticed anything amiss; after all, he's used to directing series, which have a much greater span of time to work these things out, and I've often commented on the difficulty of the transition between TV and feature directing. I'm not going to pin any (or much) of the blame on Dobson here, who had a pretty light touch with the camera, and I'm certainly not going to pin any of it on the cast; Driver didn't have quite the sparkle here of her best roles, but she brought at least her A- game. Talancn works as well as she can given that her role is more archetype than actual human being. Esai Morales? Who even knew he still had that kind of role in him? They all deserved a better script to work with. **
(us) wrote: Digital dragons and real actors...*sigh* I think nothing beats real puppetry (aka Jim Henson)
(ru) wrote: One of my favorite movies
(it) wrote: Looks like a good Howard Hawks film.
(es) wrote: An interesting manga vampire tale. For movie or cartoon nerds it's interesting to see the difference in the drawing techniques between this one and "Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust" from 2000. It shows how much the manga art has evolved the last couple of decades. This one is in a very traditional manga style of this period while "Bloodlust" has a characteristic "modern" style which more resembles a mix between "western" and "eastern" drawing styles.
(es) wrote: Arrogant scientist turns himself invisible and attacks his support team in this sci-fi flick that is more hollow than its lead character.
(ca) wrote: 5.5/10So bad, it was good...kinda. Almost. A little. Jax was the best character.
(kr) wrote: Awesome movie, too bad they kept making more after this one though...
(de) wrote: Certainly the mood and style of this film is worthy of a mention, but the futuristic dystopian time-travel storyline is woeful.
(jp) wrote: Too style-heavy. Couldn't get through it.