Giant lava breathing tarantulas – Lavalantulas – erupt out of ancient volcanos in the Santa Monica Mountains, raining death and destruction upon Los Angeles. With the City of Angels on the verge of incineration, only a washed up ‘90s action hero actor stands in the way of this monstrous swarm of bloodthirsty creatures who burn their victims alive.

A washed-up action star from the 1990s tries to be a hero in real life, fighting off a monstrous swarm of giant lava-breathing tarantulas that have erupted out of ancient volcanoes in the Santa Monica Mountains and are leaving a fiery path of death and destruction across Los Angeles. Volcanic eruptions in Los Angeles unleash a swarm of gigantic, lava-breathing tarantulas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lavalantula torrent reviews

Justin A (au) wrote: Thank god they didn't stick to the found footage style throughout. I was scared they were going to. This movie sucks, but for different reasons than the previous 4 or 5 or 6 or 7 movies. First, the new Pinhead sucks. The less said the better. He is cringeworthy in the part. Second, the production values look like shit. The acting is laughable and the script is terrible. With that out of the way, AT LEAST the movie is more accurate to the source than any of the sequels from Hellraiser 3 on. Instead of dealing with demons and Hell and evil, the movie instead goes back to what Hellraiser was originally about: Sexual depravity. It doesn't mean it's any good, but I think they should be commended for staying true to the source (even if what they came up with sucked). I really have nothing much to say. A lot of people trash this movie, and I can really see why, but I don't understand why this movie gets a lot of hate while many of the others in the series do not. After #2 they all sucked. Maybe they sucked in different ways (some were boring, some were cheesy, some had cheap production, some had poor writing), but they all still sucked. Do I recommend this? No. Not in the slightest. Is it the worst in the series? Maybe? But the competition for worst was steep.

Dryorophus (gb) wrote: Pretty lame b-action movie

Karey C (jp) wrote: This movie was artistic, emotional, touching, and captivating. I couldn't help but feel deeply for each of the characters. Very well done Yimou Zhang!

Shane J (jp) wrote: Disappointed in this,john carpenter going back to a proper horror film should have been a big thing.this just comes and goes. Nothing wrong with performances or anything like that it's just it's so predictable how many times do we have to see this movie??

Alex P (de) wrote: Pretty boring and uninteresting

Francisco L (au) wrote: With a well fundamented narrative, great script and thrilling scenes, however Taken falls down into action movies's cliches with a very predictable narrative and unoriginal story.

Tim M (de) wrote: Thriller? This? It's not even a thrilling drama, and it is far from action-packed. Boring almost all of the time.

Michael F (gb) wrote: While not the best movie around, this can be best described as a lazy Sunday afternoon watcher. It is enjoyable to watch, with likable characters, and a decent enough narrative to keep the casual watcher, watching.

Kayla N (us) wrote: great cast but sad story

Al L (us) wrote: a clasic but B movie!

Jason R (es) wrote: Danny Bilson likes to take fantasy and Sci-Fi elements and throw them into unexpected places. Case in point, two of his films Zone Troopers and The Rocketeer each feature the protagonist(s) in an epic battle against the Nazi's during World War II. Zone Troopers tells the story of a group of rag-tag soldiers trekking through Italy in 1944. Led by a hard-ass Sergeant, the three men find themselves behind enemy lines. Little do they know, the area is crawling with Nazi's who are there searching for the crew of a downed UFO which crashed in the area. This film is a lot of fun to watch! Yes, it is cheesy but these types of movies are meant for the sole purpose of entertaining an audience and with the talent both behind and in front of the camera Zone Troopers does this and much more.

Wade W (kr) wrote: Beyond Thunderdome, the third entry in the Mad Max series, shows Max at his grittiest. I believe this film is more in line with Road Warrior than the first movie. In my opinion, it is on equal footing with the original, but not at all in competition with Mad Max 2. The first half is the strongest, with the re-introduction of Max and the epic fight scene in Thunderdome. The second half is weaker, but it still packs a solid punch at the end in the form of an escape scene. George Miller is still at the helm and does a great job, but there are several swings and misses here, whether it be Turner's character or just the lack of a plot with substance. In the end, this could have been much better if there were stronger characters and a smarter script. (3.5/5)

Florida C (nl) wrote: An award winning Alternative Classic which, unfortunately, is unjustifiably omitted from most Top 10 lists despite its ageless quality. The sappy teenage angst generated by several 20-something "teenagers" who appear to aspire to appear in a high school play. The gullible, alway helpful inhabitants of the town patiently guide the teenage aliens (and earthlings) through a poorly scripted train wreck. As can be expected of any award winning movie, there are hilarious gaffs (watch the "scientific set" at the beginning of TFOS carefully). And, Gargons --- alien creatures that are among the most terrifying monsters to ever [i]almost[/i] appear in an American Sci-Fi movie. Beware the Gargon Herd! Overall, this Alternative Classic, shot on a budget of $ 20,000, features such amazing talent that it is almost certain to entertain anyone who shares my belief that the master, Edward D. Wood, Jr., was an inspired genius (devine or otherwise).

Jillian L (es) wrote: Let's be real. This was a giant marketing scheme for Cirque du Soleil. They just combined different Cirque show acts, and put a very thin story on top of it. But damn was it pretty. All of the acts are gorgeous to watch, and some are just completely brilliant. My jaw was hanging open. If they were that good on a computer screen, they're probably ten times better live. Yeah, there's a story in there somewhere of a girl trying to find this aerialist dude that she just met but is madly in love with, but there's amazing acrobats! Seriously, my entire rating comes from how awesome the acts were paired with director Andrew Adamson's eye for capturing the perfect moments on a camera.

Heather D (gb) wrote: great movie and the guys were hella fine!