Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour
The heroine, 17-year-old Sarah Landon, is in over her head. Staying far away from home with her late friends grandmother, she realizes shes sleeping in a haunted guest house and that shes just uncovered a small town's dark secret. Complicating things are a local psychic, an evil spirit and two brothers who may hold the key to an ever-growing mystery.
- Stars:Kurt Braun, Triston Coleman, Brian Comrie, Dan Comrie, Rick Comrie, Alessandra Daniele, Nicole Des Coteaux, Patricia Dimeo, Sylvia Enrique, Joe Momma Ernst, Ronda Ernst, Michael A. Evans, Geof Gibson, Kevin Guild, Rusty Hanes,
- Director:Lisa Comrie,
- Writer:John Comrie (screenplay), John Comrie (story), Lisa Comrie (screenplay)
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Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A really superb look inside the trauma that goes into making monumentally emotional ethical/moral decisions regarding ending ones life. The subjects that were chosen were outstanding examples of people who had thoughtfully considered the profound ramifications involved. The issues of the states' rightful involvement in the matter was well presented. Apparently Washington and Oregon are the only states that have the fiber to tackle the issue "head-on" and deal with it in an enlightened way. Terrific film.
(de) wrote: Just an unyielding pile of horse$hit.
(us) wrote: I really enjoyed this one, while it's not as good as the first Road Trip, it's still a really fun sequel. It was cool to see D.J Qualls return from the first film too. 3/5
(us) wrote: This is very nive movie and NTR did fantastic job
(de) wrote: Love this film - Josh Charles is very cool as the lead character
(jp) wrote: A definite improvement over its predecessor (which was still pretty good), this sequel proves its value by immediately leaping into a more interesting plotline. ("Gomez," Morticia coos, "I'm going to have a baby.... Right now.") Jimmy Workman's Pugsley and Christina Ricci's superb Wednesday are sent off to summer camp, where they give the film some of its strongest moments, including young love (between Wednesday and a very, very young David Krumholtz) and a horrid Pilgrim-themed pageant that evolves into pure anarchy. And Joan Cusack gives the performance of a lifetime (I kid you not) as a voluptuous gold-digger who works her charms on Uncle Fester. It's not an original plot even in the Addams house, but she injects every moment of screen time with a droll, oversexed abandon worthy of the great screwball comedies.
(fr) wrote: Over weight and down on his luck Kenny gets saddle bagged w/ 6 kids while trying to resurrect a racing career. Rogers fails in the family comedy but it gains small merit points for having a young Anthony Michael Hall & Diane Lane in the cast as well as Terry Kiser as the heavy
(nl) wrote: Almost great. The writing fell short of the mark and despite good music it was more appropriate for a horror movie. The car chase was a good one.
(br) wrote: Doesn't balance the comedy & darkness terribly well IMHO but some parts are fun.
(mx) wrote: good movie watched as a young girl