Laura Baxter is a young woman, literally a "sleeping beauty," who suffers from a medical condition called "parasomnia." A childhood accident victim, she is actually sleeping her life away, awakening briefly on rare occasions. Art student Danny Sloan falls in love with her, unaware that her hospital neighbor, a terrifying mass murderer and mesmerist named Byron Volpe has other, more sinister plans.

A horror-thriller centered on a woman (Wilson) suffering from a medical condition that causes her to sleep her life away, waking briefly on rare occasions. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Parasomnia torrent reviews

Marta R (de) wrote: Very good... told his story well.

Sarosh M (it) wrote: High School Funny Shit :)

Thomas B (gb) wrote: Jeff Bridges is incredible here, though the film itself doesn't live up to his performance. Full review later.

Rob W (ca) wrote: Just forget the main reason while the original TV was popular and pump out a badly written American Spy Kids type movie. What was Ben Kingsley thinking taking part in this load of utter crap.

Matthew M (mx) wrote: Spends a bit too much time in the butcher's head telling instead of showingThough the movie caught me around the end I'm bit sure it was enough. Super downer overall

Kyle M (es) wrote: The rom-com itself seems to be a fan of its inspiration, and also that Hanks, always performing his usual, isn't the star when it's the young Malinger taking the spotlight by being a matchmaker. Another pair-up of Hanks and Ryan may have charms, but as there are seeming-ness in this film, it's also seem that it maybe low on the entertainment despite of having a good heart. And being an improvement over their first date. (B+)(Full review coming soon)

Shedric S (au) wrote: All my favorite comedians in a gangster flick? Can't go wrong!

Jason U (jp) wrote: Add this one to the list of Jack Hill classics. It's a story of Shakespearean proportions, and entertaining from the dope opening credit sequence to the unforgettable closing dialogue. When you meet the gang in this picture, (initially dubbed the Debs,) you think they're about do some Robin Hood type stuff. But, when they rob a sleazy landlord, they don't return the money he just took from a tenant in great need. They buy cheeseburgers. This is the way of the Sisters. With the exception of a couple duds, (one chick actually looks into the camera lens when exiting a scene,) the cast is bad-ass. Shooting must have gone somewhat in sequence. Robbie Lee, who plays the leader of the Debs, starts off a little shaky, and ends up giving a teeth-gnashing performance that is memorable and endearing. Spectacular bit-players too. Watch for "Mom," who takes a plunger to the face, and Mr. Clutch, whose classroom is run by the Debs. There's a rape scene in this thing that one might call...controversial. But the movie has heart, the likes of which rarely beats in the crap that rolls out of Hollywood. Look, it's got a homemade tank in it. See it.

Simon D (de) wrote: Not an easy movie to follow, you can just about make out what's going on but there are things going on which you just can't explain. Clearly, the main man is a bad James Bond, in so far as he is a chauvanist secret killer with a number. The film is quite arty and the killings are not particularly graphic or gruesome, for Japan anyway.

Andrey B (ru) wrote: Beatiful crime drama, with excellent screenplay and acting.

Daniel M (ca) wrote: Acting was pretty bad but had a few good slapstick laughs in it. & liked that lot of the story had borrowed from old Little Rascals stuff. But now I'm hearing lotta reviews on the previous Little Rascals movie, called Little Racsals, & lots say how it's a very good movie so now I wanna watch that one