Nightsatan and the Loops of Doom

Nightsatan and the Loops of Doom

Liive action debut of CHRZU, the Finnish multi-talent behind a number of award-winning animated shorts (Curse of the Remote Island). Starring the members of the laser metal trio Nightsatan and set in the year 2034, the film is a nod to the 1980s exploitation and scifi movie aesthetics – especially the classics of the Italian post apocalypse genre – with a hint of influences from Sergio Leone and Alejandro Jodorowsky. The soundtrack features material from the next studio album of Nightsatan, due out in 2014.

A post-holocaust action adventure set on the deserted wastelands of Eastern Finland in 2034. A trio of synthesizer warriors calling themselves Nightsatan conduct musical rituals in order to maintain what is left of their sanity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Nightsatan and the Loops of Doom torrent reviews

Andrew W (it) wrote: This movie was complete shit

JB K (ru) wrote: I would watch it again. I guess you could call it my sick pleasure.

Kirk P (jp) wrote: Stylistically breathtaking

Andrew B (gb) wrote: Stylistically complex but with a simple heart of gold, an enjoyable film with a riotous creative spirit. Funny, moving and surprisingly gripping, plus a career-best performance from Giamatti in the main role.

Dan B (nl) wrote: Difficult, demanding, and devastating. Doesn't dilly-dally during dismal depictions. Dumbfounds distracted discernment, displaying disorienting directorial devices. Downplays delight, delivering despondent depression. Definitely don't delay!

Tony P (nl) wrote: Intriguing historical film about the independence of India from the British empire in 1947 and its partition into two countries, Hindu populated India and Muslim Pakistan.The film tells the story of the era from a Pakistani perspective focusing on its founder Mohammed Ali Jinnah. Jinnah in his later life is played by legendary and late actor Christopher Lee.It is unlike any Lee film I have seen. I have not seen Richard Attenborough's epic Gandhi that is from the Indian perspective. I must admit I have no knowledge of the history of this event so I can't comment on the historical accuracy of the events depicted.I was introduced to this film when reading an article about the 2017 film The Viceroy's House.Lee himself regarded his performance in this film highly. The more extreme military leaders of Pakistan less so perhaps.The performances of the actors (including James Fox as Lord Mountbatten, the Viceroy) are excellent.Apparently this film didn't receive much of a cinematic showing back in 1998 which was a shame as it really is quite a good film.

Lilian W (br) wrote: Visually stunning but in the end, Kieslowski was really pushing me in the wrong direction.

Jack W (ru) wrote: i can definitely understand how this would be a polarizing film for many bresson fans. fortunately, i seem to have ended up on the weightier end of the spectrum.

david t (us) wrote: i would like to see this one..

Mansi A (fr) wrote: An interesting premise sets this romcom apart from your traditional wedding films.