New Nightmare

New Nightmare

Freddy's back … and he's badder than ever! Nancy, the historical nemesis of the man with the satanic snarl and pitchfork fingers, discovers that a new monstrous demon has taken on Freddy's persona. Can Nancy stop this new threat in time to save her son?

It's nearing the 10th Anniversary of the film 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' and one of the stars, Heather Langenkamp is being scared by a voice on a phone, sounding very similar to the film's villain, Freddy Krueger. When Heather's husband is killed in a car accident and is discovered with slash marks on him, Heather starts to wonder something. Especially when she discovers that Wes Craven is writing another 'Nightmare' film. Soon, she realizes that Freddy has now entered the real world, and the only way to defeat him is to become Nancy Thompson once again. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


New Nightmare torrent reviews

Steve W (au) wrote: I was confused this whole movie. I thought the younger Sundance was Butch, and that Sundance took Butch's identity to let his legend live on. It was because Nikolaj had long blonde hair like Robert Redford. The action sequences and cinematography are nice, but the rest of the movie is very average.

Ken L (jp) wrote: Should have watched this much earlier - what an interesting, funny and well-acted movie from mainland China - apart from the music (yes... still sucks big time) you wouldn't feel a thing it's a movie produced in China. Great one and make me wanna watch the sequel

Shivang B (it) wrote: honestly, if u believe in both sides then u don't really have a opinion which is of use to others.

Fascade F (ca) wrote: What a sordid tale of one of the most underrated and controversial heavyweight champions to ever step into the ring of boxing. Portrayed by the comedian Robert Townsend...this tale of his rise from impoverished youth to the heavyweight champion of the world was tarnished by the very connections that got him there in the first place...even to his demise there are still questions surrounding his untimely passing. See this it is full of surprises to those who can relate to what he has gone through!

Ejan Y (mx) wrote: Its was quiet ok ..........but friday the 13th was much better....

Latisha D (ru) wrote: oph was good my son loves all of them

Leo L (ru) wrote: Excellent! Very intriguing. This movie was definitely worth sitting down and watching for.

Arash B (ca) wrote: This movie would have been so much better if it wasn't made at all & Denzel Washington is annoying like always

dfw f (ru) wrote: Veronika Voss (1982) This is the third and last film in the trilogy that included "Marriage of Maria Braun" and "Lola". This also turned out to be one of the last films Rainer Werner Fassbinder made before his sudden suicide in 1982 (alcohol and drugs). The story is based on the last years of the German actress Sybille Schmitz "the German Garbo," who died due to an overdose of sleeping pills. In the 50's, in a rainy night in Germany, the sports reporter Robert Krohn offers his umbrella to the former successful UFA actress Veronika Voss but he does not recognizes her. Later she calls him inviting for a drink, and he finds an unstable and decadent actress living in her past success. In a mixed sensation of love, empathy and curiosity, Robert has an affair with Veronika, and discloses a dangerous gang leaded by Dr. Marianne Katz that addicts wealthy patients in morphine to get their fortune when they die. Excellent movie. This is the most accessible of the Fassbinder BRD Trilogy. Tragic story of drug addicted not so famous (now) actress who becomes involved accidentally with an ordinary person (a journalist) while out on a rainy night at the movies. Stunning black and white photography. Excellent (New? what year? ) transfer. Crystal clear. I have never figured out the role of the American army sergeant who appears in Fassbinder??s Films. This film is more accessible than the other 2 of this trilogy as it is not so politically (German) flavored. Rosel Zech gives such a command performance as Voss-- showing the glamour of a former star in the Nazi period and the depression of an addicted woman in the 50's. Hilmar Thate is also excellent in the role of a ordinary man that faces a greedy world of doctors psychiatrists pain and death The cinematography is magnificent in black and white, with perfect light and shadow and is sort of a homage to the Golden Age of Hollywood. The story is a depressing bitter tale with lots of melancholy. Is the movie a statement against drug abuse? Veronika's tragedy was inevitable; (Was it?) She was doomed in her quest for eternal youth and adulation and fame and a never-ending party. Five stars highest recommendation

jay n (us) wrote: Compelling, tragic character study. Superb acting by Signoret, Werner and Vivien Leigh.

David O (us) wrote: MST3K Version: The plot managed to make me so mad I couldn't enjoy the MST3K commentary.

Christopher S (mx) wrote: Delightfully tense cautionary tale of identity. Takes a turn at the end that's a little less satisfying, but it's unique and quite well done for a minimalistic creepy vibe. It's worth a weeknight rental.

Jon R (es) wrote: The film "Cinderella Man" makes the infamous list of MY TOP 20 FILMS OF ALL TIME with ease! It's both Ron Howard's (Apollo 13) and Russell Crowe's (Gladiator) greatest film throughout their extremely impressing and illustrious careers. A genuine masterpiece that will emotionally bring you to your knees and to your feet. I can say with the utmost confidence that "Cinderella Man" is arguably the greatest film in the history of the professional sports genre and without argument it's the GREATEST boxing film of all time. Even with this sport epic packing harder punches than the legendary boxing film "Raging Bull", that surprisingly is not the main attraction. Stealing the show is the more than life story and the roller coaster ride of affection that is endured while watching this tremendously fact written journey of New Jersey boxer James Braddock, that takes this gripping boxing epic home. A film critic from TIME OUT magazine said it best when he stated that "The affection for Braddock and his story can be felt in every frame and heard in every word." It's Flawless, breathtaking, mesmerizing, inspiring and most importantly TRUE. The entire cast brings their A game and shine throughout the film. Russell Crowe's magnetic and visceral portrayal of James Braddock is still without a doubt one of the greatest acting performances of all time.

Gunpowder B (us) wrote: A prototypically 90s, walking cliche of a rom-com, it still delivers exactly as promised with a better than average return on simple investments, like Walker and Usher, which are flat and simple by definition, but, in total, manage to relay a few enduring laughs despite its predictable nature.

Wanda W (ag) wrote: liked it some people didn't but I would buy the movie

Ryan V (ag) wrote: It's a very uneven film, but there are some great performances here. In particular, Mickey Rourke, Joseph Gordon Levitt, and Diane Lane contribute solid work.