Paranormal Asylum: The Revenge Of Typhoid Mary
Filmmaker friends Mark and Andy investigate the legend of Typhoid Mary, a girl who was locked up in an insane asylum that was believed to be haunted. But bad things start to happen after Andy's fiancée conducts a séance to summon Mary's spirit.
- Stars:Rosalind Ashford, Paul Bright, Cameron Chiusano, Grace Evans, Laura Gilreath, Aaron Mathias, Jenny Lee Mitchell, Tym Moss, Anthony Risticati, Nathan Spiteri, Boomer Tibbs, Ilanah Lobel Torres,
- Director:Nimrod Zalmanowitz,
- Writer:Fred Edison
Mary Malone was committed to a NY insane asylum to live in solitary after being blamed for spreading Typhoid Fever in the early 20th Century. Now, nearly 100 years later, two aspiring filmmakers set out to discover what really happened. What starts as a simple investigation turns into a battle for survival, as they discover Mary may be dead, but she's certainly not gone. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Paranormal Asylum: The Revenge Of Typhoid Mary torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: This movie is absolutely terrible, but I just couldn't change the channel.
(de) wrote: I'm not entirely sure why... but I saw this in the theatres. Despite being completely ridiculous, it has its moments. And if I was a tween I'd probably love it, so take from that what you will. I'd still rather watch the Olsens then Miley Cyrus...
(fr) wrote: A familiar ode to American military might fizzles under a thick layer of privileged idealism and clumsy heart string plucking.
(ag) wrote: Classic American 90's action cinema. Arnold/Cameron own.
(ru) wrote: Weird story but funny sometimes. "Will somebody turn off this bloody Chaupin???"
(nl) wrote: Idiotic. But it was gimmicky so reviewers loved it of course.
(de) wrote: Gibson's performance is anything but nuanced.
(ag) wrote: With some class and special effects, this B series movie could have been really valuable.
(mx) wrote: A feel good movie, with great musical numbers, iconic performances, and hilarious comedy, this movie should be seen by everybody. The performances from Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds were so iconic, you just can't help but smile everytime they're on screen together. An instant classic and a definite must see for film lovers.