On a hot summer afternoon in the sleepy town of Blackwater Louisiana, a meteor streaks across the sky and crashes through the roof of the local Natural History Museum. The meteor is actually a spaceship containing an alien life form which animates the museum's partially frozen Woolly Mammoth and begins a rampage. Local authorities and Government Investigators join forces with Frank Abernathy, the Museum Curator, and his father Simon, a B-Movie enthusiast, to bring down the giant mammoth in this alien-invasion flick!

On a hot summer afternoon in the sleepy town of Blackwater, Louisiana locals exiting a retro-fitted theater excitedly watch as a meteor streaks across the sky and crashes through the roof ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mammoth torrent reviews

Matt G (ca) wrote: The greatest film ever made!

Scott S (nl) wrote: It was an ok movie. Did not like the animations in it they failed at that part of the movie. Same with some of the acting was not that good.

Stuart D (es) wrote: A muddled thriller set in a post Hurricane Katrina New Orleans.It really is all over the place & the dialogue is barely audible frequently making it very difficult to follow. The conitinuity leaves it feeling like episodes of a tv series sliced together.After losing his partner in HK Val Kilmer partners up with 50 Cent. They work narcotics. Sharon Stone plays a psycologist with an annoying accent. Michael Biehn plays an FBI agent investigating police corruption. Basically everybody is after everybody else. Possibly the idea was to keep you guessing who was dirty & who wasn't. I found myself not caring.

Nico S (us) wrote: Billiger und langweiliger Kaurismki-Abklatsch - zynisch und ohne ein Wohlwollen gegenber den Hauptfiguren, die schablonenhaft daherkommen. Interessante Schauspieler.

Frances H (br) wrote: Pretty bad as far as plot, acting, etc. and so-so in dancing.

Jude B (de) wrote: Hard for me to believe how this film captivates our minds and gracefully slows and focuses our attention to being mesmerized by the tender beauty and mercies of daily life. It fascinated me that I (my husband too) became so fully absorbed each moment.

Caitlin L (ag) wrote: Great movie. Took a while to get into. A little long as well. Great pairing. Hugh Jackman soaped up- OMG!!!

Martin H (it) wrote: Ok it's no where near the quality of the original, but if you can look past the original and take it for what it is it's actually quite entertaining with plenty of cool action sequences and decent humour. Still wish Keanu Reeves had returned though. 7/10

Yin M (us) wrote: too heart-wrenching to watch. it's not a easy journey to finish the whole movie, Nway, i did and i'm very appreciate myself!

Jade C (ca) wrote: caught this film on sbs years back and it still sticks in my memory, too bad it's never been released on dvd.

Robyn M (us) wrote: I planned on renting this movie but by fluke i had the chance to see it on cable. The verdict: wasn't moved or blown away by it's short cuts to draw my attention. With a lot of loop holes it was obvious they ran short of time to edit or not enough depth for the characters was created during writing the script. Kevin Bacon tries to give save the film but with little to work with i was disapointed.

Jess L (mx) wrote: Maybe it's because I'm not American but I couldn't relate to this account of hopeless American youths wasting away their lives hanging out behind a convenience store and after about 30 minutes I thought hey do I really want to spend 121 minutes watching this? The answer was no.

Martin T (us) wrote: Not a whole lot to say, just a really fun flick. I loved the lighting and the romantic air that hung about the streets of Montmartre. You really want to inhabit that world. It's interesting that although Bob has a soft spot for women, one gets the feeling that Melville might have a touch of the misogynist in him. It's the women in the film who mess things up, at one point even "Lady Luck" gets blamed.

Bheema D (es) wrote: One of the more trippy movies of the 1950s, and also one of the creepiest.

Jon P (ag) wrote: Dziga Vertov's high-concept documentary is an inventive Soviet-era film which reprises the inspirations of cinema's forefathers.Vertov harks back to the good old days of film for film's sake; the documentation of observations, and the grand illusion of camera trickery. Its simplistic 'camera-only' concept echoes a true love of cinema and sets out to emphasise the power of film as a standalone art form - at its strongest when separated from contrived plots, forced mediums or borrowed baggage.Somehow, Man with a Movie Camera is both before and ahead of its time. In looking back to the age of experimentation, it looks forward to a future of innovation - and invents its fair share of standout cinematic firsts along the way.

Shea A (ru) wrote: Visceral and so real. Won't be for everyone, but a great change of pace. One of my favourite movies of all time.

Troy F (au) wrote: Shocker is terribly silly and is "shockingly" bizarre, both in an engaging and utterly confusing way. Shit happens in this film without much explanation, so you just go along with the craze. That said, if you watch this as a cheesefest of a bad movie with silly moments and interesting ideas, it does work and entertain. A serial killer who murdered a boy's family and girlfriend gets sentenced to death, but lives through electricity (yep, just go along with it...), possessing others bodies, and even gets to the point where he can flip through television channels. I enjoyed it solely for implanting ideas that I've never seen, but just because a film does something new, doesn't automatically make it good. It's otherwise a bad film that has some laughable moments of silly special effects and bad acting. If you like Wes Craven's stuff, its in the same alley as other trash like Deadly Friend, but probably far more enjoyable then say later films like My Soul To Take.