A off-world look at the superstitious repercussions of tattooing an Ouija Board on your body. Hagen, who has a dead wife believes that he can revive her from the dead. Travis, a man who lost his brother and wants to join him in the after life. Morbius, a bartender who is betrayed by those he loves comes back from the dead to take revenge.
- Stars:Jason Gedrick, Tyrone Benskin, Michael Sarrazin, Marianne Farley, Roc LaFortune, John Dunn-Hill, Luis Oliva, Claudia Ferri, Layton Matthews, Chad Grimes, Santiago Craig, Zelieann Rivera, Cole Braxton, Zach Cumer, Crow Garrett, Amber Nicolai, Judy Ben-Asher, Frederick Edwards, John Eslinger, Sarah Finn, Nathan Ginn, Mira Hull, Stephanie Joyce,
- Director:Pearry Reginald Teo,
- Writer:Stephanie Joyce (screenplay), Pearry Reginald Teo (story)
Explores the use of a tattooed Ouija Board through the lives and perspectives of 4 people. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: You need to understand French if you have any chance of appreciating this movie more than I did. The screen composition was cluttered: you can read the subtitles OR watch the screen, but NOT BOTH.
(ru) wrote: Did I ever rated anything 5 stars? Well, there we go. Strong movie. Very emotional. Very.. It's tough, it's outside the normal range, not everyone will get it, I am sure. And everyone should watch it. VERY good movie.
(au) wrote: I was debating rating this 3.5 or 4. As you can see I went with 4. It may be slightly generous but I will try and justify it. This story is well written and acted on all parts. The characters present real emotions which makes it believable. I think though the reason that I was impressed by this movie was because it was realistic. I mean it wasnt cliched or perfect. It was very real and true to how life actually is. The way that characters respond to situations are authentic and the ending was completely natural. I mean it wasnt your perfect everything is roses ending, and it wasnt cliched with some fantastical tragedy or anything of that sort. No, it was simple and true to reality. For that I was impressed. Also, for me personally I feel pride when I see a movie filmed in Canada, written by Canadians, acted by Canadians etc. Especially if its a good movie. Which this one is.
(ru) wrote: I don't know what I expected to find when I sat down to watch this movie. I figured it'd be bad, chocked full of bad acting and only tangentially connected with anything Lovecraftian. That's what I got... only it's also a pseudo-Blair Witch clone. 90% of this movie is told from the camera man's perspective, and then towards the end it kind of foregoes that and ends up looking like a bad 70s horror film. I don't really have much else to say about it..
(de) wrote: Fantastic Australian film - reminds me of train trips to Sydney from the Central Coast and waiting to see the Oyster Farms on the river when i was little - Love Alex O'Lachlan and Kerry Armstrong
(es) wrote: Tim Robbins has another stab at directing after the success of Dead Man Walking (1995), it's a lighter tone of film, based on a true(ish) story set in the world of theatre in the mid-1930's. It's got a great ensemble cast, and it captures the era it's set in very well. It's a pity more people haven't seen this film. Set in the 1930s during the height of the Great Depression, it has the Federal Theater Project set in place by the U.S Government to get more people into the theatre, both working and as viewers. At one such theatre, songwriter Marc Blitzstein (Hank Azaria) has just written a far-left labour musical called, The Cradle Will Rock, which is being put on stage by rising young theatre actor and director Orson Welles (Angus Macfadyen). However, it hits a snag when the musical is under threat by the Federal Theater Program, due to it's tone, but the show must go on. It's a very good film, using intertwining plots to move the film along, (it's obvious that Robbins took inspiration from Robert Altman, who he'd worked with.) But, it's a very good film, with a gentle sense of humour and making a stand against censorship. Oh, it has a BRILLIANT cast, including John Cusack, Joan Cusack, Rubn Blades, Cary Elwes, Philip Baker Hall, Bill Murray, Vanessa Redgrave, Susan Sarandon, John Turturro, Emily Watson, Bob Balaban, Paul Giamatti and Jack Black!! :D
(ag) wrote: Classic 90's Comedy. Good to watch with friends or just to get you out of a funk.
(fr) wrote: Can never be disappointed by an Edward Norton Film
(ru) wrote: Rented this one on Spielberg's and and Goldie Hawn. Now I realise that I've seen it a long time ago on tv. Or bits of it. Definitely crazy story of young delusional couple, especially the girl, searching an escape... It seems far fetched for something of a true story. And the film embellished the story, added events, to be able to make a full length film. The chase of hundreds of vehicles is true though. The killing also. They were not going for a child but other relatives. They clearly were too naive to realise that their own kind was much more blood thirsty than they were themselves. Reminded the OJ chase for a while.
(es) wrote: Wow, just wow. This movie was so appallingly boring and mind-numbingly slow that I just wanted it to end as quickly as possible. I watched this in a double feature set with Christmas Evil (AKA You Better Watch Out) first in line. I don't know if that affected the experience because the former was pretty entertaining, but this one just flat-out sucked.
(nl) wrote: This Film made in 1945 by Republic Pictures. It?s a wonder film about a solider ( played by Richard Arlen, star of the silent epic, WINGS, ) who returns back to the United States suffering from amnesia. He was found in a bombed out farm house in France with 3 other men who were killed and beyond recognition. So he has a list of 4 names who he can possibly be. After going AWOL he travels to the home of the 4 names. At the first address, he meets Sally MacGregor (Cheryl Walker), who is now a young widow. "Johnny" falls in love with Sally, and that only heightens the importance of his mission to learn who he is - after all, he might have a wife waiting for him at home, along the way he falls in love with a girl. On his second visit he is greeted by a child (played by . Bobby Driscoll, the talented child star in this time frame). For the time frame it?s a great coming home from war story. I got this film in the Mill Creek Combat Classics 50 Pack Its worth all of 4 stars. The highest I have given to any movie in this collection so far.
(br) wrote: Bill Murray holds together this original plot by Harold Ramis. What starts off as a comedy slowly has a romantic element titrated in, so that all audiences can watch and enjoy Phil (Bill Murray) learn selflessness, community and what's important in life.
(gb) wrote: A good crocodile goes on a rampage film, the northern forest atmosphere is actually better then the tropical and place of origins of the beast. The movie's got sympathetic characters, a mix of bloody violence and humor and the crocodile is actually saved at the end of the film. How could this movie be panned by audiences and critics ? Recommended !
(it) wrote: Good if you can handle the extreme gore.