Pledge Night

Pledge Night

In order to become a member of a fraternity, the applicants have to go through initiation rituals to show their loyalty. Way back in the 1960s, someone played a nasty trick on the student Sidney Scheider: He had to take a bath in a tub filled with cornflakes and coffee grounds, vinegar and even more disgusting substances. Nothing unusual so far but someone had replaced the water with pure acid. Sidney was seriously wounded and died a horrible death. This year Acid Sid returns with a vengeance, killing everyone who comes his way. One by one is slaughtered and in the college hell breaks loose.

As a silly frat boy prank, Young Sid is boiled in a tub of acid. Years later he returns to wreak havoc on the new generation of brothers in his old fraternity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pledge Night torrent reviews

Antonio T (nl) wrote: En momentos encantadora y "cute", en otros exasperante e inverosimil, Ondine sufre de inconsistencias en los dialogos, trama, ritmo y narrativa. Pareciera que Neil Jordan no supo ni como desarrollar ni terminar su historia.

Nicole G (jp) wrote: Entertaining and educational....the whole family watched and enjoyed it.....

Haider A (br) wrote: A Jachie Chan Movie! isnt that enough to tell you that its piece of the art ;)

Jeff B (br) wrote: I've been meaning to see this film for a while ever since I saw scenes from it late one night on TV. Written and Directed by Mark Peploe, the Oscar winning writer of The Last Emperor, this film is about a young boy who witnesses several murders commited by a person whose victims are blind women. There's a pretty big plot twist about halfway through the film, which results in it being not as compelling as the first half, but it's still a well done film with some clever moments in the second half.

Sylvester K (ag) wrote: It may have been an unlaughable comedy. Antisocial is a technological horror film that satires the Facebook culture and student life. Yes, I like the idea of Facebook making people crazy but it was absolutely miserably executed it made me cringe. The script was terrible, cast of actors are shockingly bad, direction was non-existent. Sure, it has some nicely done editing, but they can't even have a camera that won't shake. Moral of the story, stop attempting to make bad horror films. Avoid this at all cost.

Darwin D (au) wrote: Amazingly human, Moving, Heartfelt, and Flawless film. Kristen Stewarts best film and best performance. The chemistry between Stewart and Payman Maadi was unbelievably amazing. You connect with both of them and know what each are feeling and can sympathize with them and moves you, making for an emotional and beautiful ending to this beautiful film.

Scott M (au) wrote: A thriller so full of twists and turns that I'm glad I knew nothing of the plot beforehand. Unfortunately, Sorkin's trademark dialogue is in short supply, and the performances aren''t that great either. However the ridiculous plot twists kept me more than interested.

Daniel K (mx) wrote: 5: It doesn't get much more poignant and moving than this. Nostalgia is a powerful emotion that Ford knows how to get the most out of. The book is actually better than the film, but both are masterpieces of their own medium. Despite the fact that is was filmed in California, the black and white photography leave one with the definite impression that it was actually filmed in Wales. The magic of Hollywood and John Ford. While The Quite Man is a more personal triumph for Ford (he was Irish vice Welsh), he certainly manages to fake it admirably here. The Quiet Man is about returning to the idyllic, whereas this is about losing it forever, which is what makes it such a heartbreaking story in many respects. Few films capture the feeling of losing something unique and irretrievable better. I can't help but wonder how WWII era audiences viewed the film. I imagine it may have been particularly hard for citizens of the United Kingdom to watch it, whether they were Welsh or not.

Greg H (gb) wrote: Not without flaws, but a superb addition to the Steve Rogers saga and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Didn't think they could outshine Winter Soldier, but this does so with ease.