A hybrid creature - half piranha and half anaconda -- attacks a low-budget horror movie crew on location near her nest when her egg is stolen. Now they must outrun and kill the deadly piranhaconda as well as stop the mad scientist who stole the egg - before they all become dinner.

Two piranha/anaconda hybrid creatures hunt down the scientist who stole their egg and a film crew. Now the small humans must run from the creature before becoming its dinner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Piranhaconda torrent reviews

Chantell T (ru) wrote: I'm in love with this movie

Rob L (fr) wrote: Another charming film from the somewhat less than prolific Jamie Thraves, Aiden Gillen steps outside his comfort zone as the kind of nutter you always bump into on the tube - but a man who clearly has a heart made of the gold stuff. Sad at times, the suburban London of summer is well captured and the tragicomic mood never lurches too much.Cat lovers will enjoy it and the whole notion of escape from a seemingly dull existence is again played well. Some good set pieces involving a drum kit and an inhaler.

Hermine G (de) wrote: this is awesome but some parts are cheesy and retarded

Steve J (it) wrote: I'm honestly not sure how much I liked this movie, if at all. Sean Penn, as an aging ex-hair metal rocker, is either unbelievably awful or totally brilliant, I can't tell. Part of the reason for that is that I'm not sure what his character is all about. He's really creepy, but I think he's supposed to be endearing. The tone also seems totally confused; there are moments of (contrived) Diane Arbus-meets-Hal Ashby-style 'zaniness', and then there are moments of forced poignancy which don't really work since we don't understand the main character or what he's all about. Also, the story takes a long while (as in forty whole minutes) to get started, and then it ends up kind of nowhere; there's supposed to be some kind of redemptive moment for Penn's character but I guess I missed it. Judd Hirsch is really great in a thankless role, and Frances McDormand is fine as Penn's pot-smoking firefighter wife (no, I'm not kidding). This movie reminded me of Me and You and Everyone We Know, except I don't hate this one quite as much as I did that one. It has good stuff in it, mostly having to do with the cinematography. But there are also goofy-looking misfits, an ex-Nazi living incognito, and David Byrne (who wrote the music) in a cameo appearance playing himself for no apparent reason. I don't know, it didn't make much sense. And I found it too sluggish. So ultimately, I guess I don't like it much. It was compelling though, mostly because it's just so cough-syrupy-weird.

Tyler H (au) wrote: A good low budget horror comedy, full of non-stop, goofy, slapstick vulgar humor, that had me cracking up the whole time. I liked all the characters too, especially the two leads, and it also had tons and tons blood. Highly recommended for anyone that loves a goofy little horror/comedy, like myself. I had a total blast with this one.

anyila m (ru) wrote: I love this movie. Selena brings the light in this movie

Abdullah A (de) wrote: A movie that shows how innocent ppl suffer from other ppls doing in a war torn country...and reality is far from the truth that the media shows the world.

Tony T (mx) wrote: Not at all what I thought it was going to be.

Mulyadi T (jp) wrote: Almost ten years after seeing this picture for the first time in 2007, I still find that multiple viewing of Zodiac is never an exhaust. This is a criminally underrated movie of all time. It under performed at the box office and was utterly ignored at awards. It does not play out like any serial killer films with vivid horrifying scenes but rather paints the picture with a realistic depiction of how characters involved trying to solve the crime by meticulous investigation. One of Fincher's best films after The Social Network and Fight Club.Verdict: Four stars out of Four (A)

Erika S (us) wrote: Great concept. Too bad the cover of the film isn't the cover in the movie - that would be scary.

Ian T (de) wrote: Stephen King horror tale about a mysterious finding in the woods.. 4 men reunite and go to the cabin they enjoyed as kids. They encounter something really freaky.

Emily B (us) wrote: Oh, Scott Baio..... So it is your typical, quirky 80ish film without a complacted plot, but is just fun.... then clothes start flying off. And no one questions it (or any of the other odd things he does with his telekinetic powers)... I also think its a little odd he's ripping off the clothes of every chick in his high school while standing next to his girlfriend... The whole end is just strange... Good to watch if you want to see people running and sceaming as their clothes fall off I guess.

Gustavo T (au) wrote: A surprising (almost explicitly) homoerotic thriller from the master of suspense. Although the beginning arguably limits the tension of the rest of the film, Hitchcock still manages to convey thrills and black humor through a narrative that makes the most of its entire cast.

Joey F (ag) wrote: I remember watching this with my family around the time it came out and having my mind blown by the structure of it all. I believe this was the very first time I'd experienced non-linear story telling in this manner, and it just completely changed the way I thought about movies (at least subconsciously). After rewatching, yeah it's pretty great. Its gimmick gets a tiny bit repetitive I'll admit, but I wasn't too bothered. And yeah, they do ask for a good amount of suspension of disbelief with some of the questions he answers, but again, it didn't bother me too much. In the end, I paradoxically really liked the story for how real it felt. Everyone in the movie feels like a real person going through real struggles in the real world. It's all executed very well. Imperfect, sure, but very good indeed.