Race with the Devil
For old friends Roger (Peter Fonda) and Frank (Warren Oates) and their wives (Lara Parker of Dark Shadows and Loretta Swit of M*A*S*H), it was supposed to be "the best damn vacation they ever had." But their RV road trip takes a deadly detour at a secluded campsite when they accidentally witness a Satanic orgy and brutal human sacrifice. Now horror hits the highway as the couples are chased by blood-crazed cultists through some of the most intense crash-and-burn mayhem of the decade and into one of the greatest twist endings in drive-in history.
- Stars:Peter Fonda, Warren Oates, Loretta Swit, Lara Parker, R.G. Armstrong, Clay Tanner, Carol Blodgett, Phil Hoover, Ricci Ware, Paul A. Partain, James N. Harrell, Karen Miller, Arkey Blue, Jack Starrett, Wes Bishop,
- Director:Jack Starrett,
- Writer:Lee Frost, Wes Bishop
Two couples vacationing together in an R.V. from Texas to Colorado are terrorized after they witness a murder during a Satanic ritual. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Race with the Devil torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: A straight-up (and enjoyable) monster movie that doesn't pull any punches, but leaves wanting just a little bit more.
(es) wrote: Sam Rockwell is one of those rare underrated actors who can jell himself into any role in front of him. Here he takes his character of Doug from zero to hero and back and forth across the blurring lines like a master. Directed by debutant duo Geoff Moore & David Posamentier, have proved a how a simple story can be told in a good way. Yes! the film is filled with cliches, but that can be attributed to the fact that one has watched too many movies (I'm mainly talking about myself here). For a "small" movie that is quite an impressive cast that assembles here and it does show on screen. Sam Rockwell and Olivia Wilde were fantastic. Just a pure gold acting performance. The chemistry between the two is great too, and you wish they had more scenes together. Ray Liotta acting as a nice guy was quite odd to watch, but also exciting, he really did the job well. but Michele Monaghan is disappointing as Rockwell's wife. Her character is shallow and quite annoying, I am not sure if they wanted us to feel that way. Better Living Through Chemistry showes how in some moment another woman or a person can pushes you in the right direction to change to become a free-spirit person and start taking care about yourself. Of course, it was not a very healthy way - meaning there were some drugs involved. But again, the situation shown is quite truthful: if we want good changes - sometimes it's not possible to do everything right all the way, & of course, being a movie, there were some lucky coincidences which help our main character to come out clean from all the problems finally. I recommend this movie if you got nothing else to watch, there is some language, and a very adult story line, but for the most part it is harmless humor, and ironic things that just happen.
(au) wrote: First Day: Food and shelterSecond Day: Touching, acquiring and therefore debasingThird Day: God watches all over youFourth Day: ScarcityFifth Day: Darkness and silenceSixth Day: DeathPredominant elements throughout the days: A storm raging outside and moving everything that can be found in the air and on the ground, like trying to reach a destination, shadows, cotidianity occupying three alienated souls (two humans, one animal), a strong wind heard while outside, ghastly and scary wind sounds from the inside, repentance, mysteries unspoken, emotional detachment, water and potatoes.Bonus feature: Presented in the Second Day: A destructive critique to civilization throughout the centuries against authority and other godly figures attempting to establish their false omnipresence above everybody else, until a worldwide populace realizes that those trying to embody godly roles actually represent false promises and attempt to tear the system down.The moment in which the horse started to cry, my soul escaped my body and tears attempted to escape through my eyes. If this is meant to be the final testament from a film-making master, I shall embrace every single "post-neorealist" fragment and landscape he tried to represent throughout 5 decades, culminating in his most death-oriented statement composed by 30 shots with an average length of exactly 4 minutes and 52 seconds each.98/100P.S. It surprises me that this is the most acclaimed film by the director, and also the most famous. Not arguing about this master farewell's greatness, this wouldn't even be in his Top 3.
(gb) wrote: 2 stars for the xavier Bardem exceptional performance and Pedro's eye Candy footage.The Rest?Big fat 0,worst than an average 70s Egyptian B Movie.Naive illogical script,non developed, one dimension characters, in brief:drama at it's worst!
(es) wrote: Though the film doesn't quite live up to the promise of its admittedly irresistible premise, Black Sheep nevertheless possesses enough positive attributes to warrant a mild recommendation. First-time filmmaker Jonathan King wisely resists the temptation to infuse the movie with an over-the-top sensibility (ie last year's disastrous Evil Aliens), and instead emphasizes the inherently horrific consequences of such a storyline. Set in the mountains of New Zealand, Black Sheep follows several characters as they're forced to battle bloodthirsty sheep after a genetic experiment goes horribly wrong. King's tendency for bogging the proceedings down with needless subplots becomes a problem early on, as it's generally impossible to care about most of this stuff and one can't help but wish that the director would've just focused on the killer sheep. That being said, there's a fantastic sequence that comes about midway through involving a gleefully brutal attack on a group of business executives that's probably worth the price of admission.
(br) wrote: Wicked cheesy ... If you get a chance to see it - don't.
(us) wrote: This was the most boring movie I've ever seen in my life I almost wanted to go buy a gun and shoot my brains out.
(ru) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!
(de) wrote: Biographical movie based in the last two months of life of Vincent Van Gogh. This is a film that can be called fairly grand cinema. All of it has been beautifully photographed catching the bright sun light of France. Most of the scenes have been thought as a paintings of the same period, every single frame is a piece of art: the river scenes remind you of Monet, the brothels of Toulouse-Lautrec, the everyday routines of Degas, the agricultural moments of Millet and the cafe scenes of Renoir. In this sense the film is global, it is about Van Goght's life and about late XIX century painting. So, if you love art, you are going to love this movie. If you like action you might get disappointed. It is a french film after all, so expect lots of talking and eating, and in this case lots of dancing and singing as well. The movie is brilliantly directed and acted, besides the costumes and the atmosphere of the homes, the household goods, the furniture are simply fantastic, the whole of it has been thoroghly researched and feels real and truthful. A word of warning, if you like Van Gogh you might want to stay clear of this picture. Towards the end you might reach the conclusion that he was not the kindest person ever, he was a drunk, a craddle snatcher, a rake, a rude person and, in short, a bit of an a*****e. This adjective is also extendable to the other male characters, including Theo and dr. Gatchet. Females get partially excused because they mostly suffer the consequences of the mistakes of the men. In that sense the movie depicts a very grim picture of family life at the time. To me, the weak part of the movie was the information gaps, V. Gogh's illness goes practically unnoticed and it does not explain why he kills himself, the suicide scene is not shown and some characters are introduced whitout explanation of who they are like Katye and her male friend. But, on the whole, this is a very accomplished piece of cinema and a gem for art lovers.
(fr) wrote: A sci-fi horror which came after the glorious practical effects era of 'Aliens' and 'The Thing' but before CGI was perfected. Let's just say it certainly shows as shoddy camera work and amateur alien designs affect action quality, harming the instillation of fear in the process. Now it may be impossible to enjoy movies such as 'Pitch Black' to the same extent as in the past when gaping flaws in CGI are so evident. What you should enjoy here is the tense human interaction between the diverse group of survivors, the source of which is provided by cool mumbling-expert, Vin Diesel, who represents both the group's best form of protection and an additional threat as the dangerous convicted murderer whose real agenda remains to be seen. Despite its cheap visual designs, the intriguing dark premise mixed with strong dialogue and personalities create an unnerving atmosphere. If anything, 'Pitch Black' is good in showing why Diesel moved onto bigger things. I wouldn't blame people who think better of this movie, particularly those who saw it when it was first released. A respectable sci-fi horror but one with limitations arising from failure to meet the visual standards set by horror movies which came before and after it, thus proving once you go 'Pitch Black' you can go back.
(ru) wrote: What a waste of a great idea. The plot makes zero sense to me and seens like a complete moron made this film. hope these idiots never work on another movie again. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME ON THIS FILTH!