Mask Maker

Mask Maker

A lucky couple hits the jackpot when they purchase a 19th century plantation home for pennies on the dollar. Determined to get rich quick, they invite their friends up for the weekend to celebrate their good fortune. It’s quickly apparent that the plantation home’s former residents have not left and the unlucky youths suddenly find themselves running for their lives!

When a young deformed boy witnesses his mothers death, he comes back to take revenge on anyone who dares enter his property. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mask Maker torrent reviews

Andrew K (mx) wrote: Amazing film - innovative with good editing and great acting. A real thought provoker.

KJ P (de) wrote: Tonally perfect and musically intriguing, "Ping Pong Summer" is a very retro-eqsue film with very little originality, but a very amusing plot that overshadows it's cliches. It may not be the best film out there, but the dumb humour and over-the-top tribute to the 80's is so good that it begins working against it. Don't get me wrong, this is a very fun indie flick that you can easily have fun with, but it's written as a very run-of-the-mill screenplay and therefore there is not much to get attached to. Even though the film has life lessons sprinkled throughout, they are done so dramatically and epically that is feels intentional, and I am still not sure if that is what they had in mind. The cast is good enough for what the story is and they portray their characters well enough to pass by the picture. By the end of this film, the cliches became predictable and you will see the ending coming from a mile away, but I will give credit to where credit is due. "Ping Pong Summer" has an awesome soundtrack and the story is so cliched that it makes it that much more fun. I'll admit, I had quite a bit of fun watching it, so I'll warrant it a mild recommendation.

Barrie A (ca) wrote: Surprisingly funny for what I predicted to be a low budget, run of the mill satire rom-com of sorts.

Lisa R (kr) wrote: I was really disappointed with this one, mainly because I really like Bill Engvall. It was extremely short and I don't feel like they put a lot of effort into it. Bill was still funny as usual but that was all it had going for it.

Paul D (ca) wrote: This film has a high novelty factor coming from a seldom filmed country surrounding issues not many will be familiar with, but this doesn't matter as it is a well directed story which requires some patience from the viewer. A strong thought provoking revenge plot is complimented by some good cinematography.

Ben J (ru) wrote: Very well performed.. A little strange in places, but very touching and heartbreaking in others.

Ben J (jp) wrote: A subtle, quiet Jem from 04 that I remembering being really engaged with. The characters are so developed that the story could have revolved around a 36 hour long period of time where they are sitting in an insurance seminar and it would have still worked. Denis Quid gives us a real person to root for. Not in the heroic sense, but in the everyday flawed, scared, struggling man sense. Why this didn't propel Topher Grace a bit further in his career is a mystery. (I guess because of Spider-Man 3) ScarJo is always pleasant to look at and gives us a great depiction of a young girl looking for her place in the College and Romance juggling act. Great supporting cast as well. The movie just feels real from the struggles of the harsh environment workplace to the family changes. This was my favorite film of 2004.

Sahil K (it) wrote: P.S. : Imran Khan.. !?

Andreas M (jp) wrote: "Preservation through destruction"

Alicia M (fr) wrote: Had its funny points. But worst Movie Sean or Madonna ever made. I did not really like madonnas character in this... She did look hot with that bright blonde hair and red lipstick but thats about it. Bad BAD DYE JOB ON SEAN PENN. Shame on Jim goddard for casting these parts as he did. I did laugh when they were both in the baskets but other then that. It tried to rip off Romancing the Stone and did not succeed. I do not recommend this movie to anyone. I guess thats what I get on renting a movie just because Madonna was in it never rent or go watch a movie just because you like the actors in it and no other reason. Thats the worst reason. I did like the music that was kind of cool at the end of the movie.

Darren H (ag) wrote: If by the first 10 minutes of viewing Shogun Assassin you fail to recognize the grindhouse awesomeness of it, I leave you with a few options: Life is not one of them.

Ryan V (jp) wrote: This is every bit as good as Lugosi's Dracula. And Cushing absolutely equals Lee's menacing Dracula as the definitive Van Helsing. Why it took me so long to get to this is beyond me.

Colin F (es) wrote: A decent film and in some places quite irrie for a film almost made 60 years ago. What badly lets the film down is the guy playing qutermass, he is totally miscast and just does not suit the part whatsoever, because of this the TV version from the 50s is far better, but still a decent flic.

Amasa G (us) wrote: I guess I'll say that I liked this movie because it didn't have all of the usual Kubrick foul ups and I didn't like this movie because it didn't have any of the usual Kubrick risks. This movie is pretty straightforward when it comes to Kubrick and it almost plays a little droll for most of the movie - with very little beauty in the screen and barely three dimensional characters. Having said that, this is still a watchable movie and makes a lot of interesting points. This is one of the few voices that history hears criticizing actions and techniques of WWI without giving way to the ole "that's just the way things were back then" line. I'd say it's worth a watch. This is one of those "make up your own mind" movies.

Nicholas A (es) wrote: Not as surreal as his other films, oddly it felt more like a Kusturica film than Jodorowsky at times also.

Private U (ru) wrote: the worst thing ive done this weekend is watch the is pure shit!

Ben L (jp) wrote: Norma Rae is a movie that does a lot to create moments and it certainly feels like it was built to earn the lead actress an Oscar nomination. I have some big problems with the structure of the film, though. Why set up the death of Norma's father and literally never reference it again? Why make the biggest confrontation between Norma and the factory about a notice on the bulletin board, but then never show how that impacts the union's efforts? It's these kind of missed opportunities that I think hurt the overall story and kept Norma Rae from being a good film. I did appreciate the way they handled her love life and kind of showed her past mistakes, and how she was making better decisions because of that. The camaraderie between Sally Field and Ron Leibman was great, and I'm glad it never devolved into a pointless affair that would have totally detracted from the story. Again, I think Norma Rae is loaded with moments that could be significant, but fails to cash in on those moments. I never became emotionally engaged, and this could have been a very heartfelt story. I certainly didn't hate the movie, and would watch it again if someone asked, but I guarantee I won't be seeking it out.