Shadow People

Shadow People

A radio talk show host unravels a conspiracy about encounters with mysterious beings known as The Shadow People and their role in the unexplained deaths of several hundred victims in the 1980s.

A horror film of Matthew Arnold is released in 2013 follows radio talk show host. He attempts to encounter mysterious creatures called the Shadow people and investigate their performance in the underground unexplained deaths of victims during 1908s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Joe G (us) wrote: Less pretentious than informative, Miss Representation is an honest look at women in all forms of media through the eyes of Jennifer Siebel Newsom. As an actress on television shows such as Mad Men and Numb3rs, as well as a multitude of film and stage appearances, Newsom is no stranger to the image of women as portrayed by major outlets and multiple mediums. Miss Representation examines the stereotypes of beauty and success and inspires women of all ages to cast them aside and love themselves for who they really are. But what is most impressive about Newsom's directorial debut is that it uses a lighter feminist touch, opting to involve a variety of male perspectives to assist in the ultimate goal of making women's lives better through media reform.

Brian L (ag) wrote: Sheen is outstanding, as always & the rest of the cast do a great job. Sure, it's a bit slow but then what would you expect. The characters are developed beautifully & that's really what this is all about. Well worth a watch

Randy P (ru) wrote: I was shocked to see what the critics were saying about this film. To me this was a great documentary. But I kind of agree. I want to hear about what his written work has done and created an affect on the world. It did focus to much on how "crazy" people saw him as. But I didn't see that as a bad thing.It still respected him.

Tomas B (es) wrote: A very depressing film, that I would praise if it wouldn't take a bad attempt at poetry.

Jenn T (br) wrote: Billy Zane is obviously brillant. Actually not as lame as the title suggests.

Michelle G (de) wrote: Pretty good I guess. I thought it would be better but it was okay. Funny too. Pretty short.

David A (it) wrote: One of the funniest spoofs I've ever seen. Highly under-rated. Exceptional performances by Richard Griffiths and Bronson Pinchot as the naive Bellboy.

Jamie C (de) wrote: Solid sequel couldn't wish for it to be better, Well acted and a great fight at the end that will have you jumping out of your seat by the end, There's too many downtimes in the middle but the training montage after the main downtime was great and all is forgiven.

Joanna P (fr) wrote: The first Carry on film and a very enjoyable experience.

JamesMasaki R (jp) wrote: "Aparajito" (The Unvanquished) shows Apu growing up from a young boy into a young man in 1920s India. His father, a priest develops a fever and passes away, leaving Apu and his mother to survive elsewhere. Apu starts going to school, eventually earning his way to higher studies, but must leave his mother behind, with only letters as corespondence. But his mother has a big secret being kept from her son, that she might not live to see him finish. Ray's film is quite a downer, with death and despair, but triumph over poverty as well. The father's death scene is one of the most powerful things I've seen. I loved that shot of the birds flying away. But it all holds together as this is a story that happens everywhere in the world throughout history. Amazing film, and I must see the rest of the trilogy

Matt M (ca) wrote: No words. Just watch the thing.

Cal V (ag) wrote: A movie that's pretty to look at and that's it because it's completely unoriginal and HORRIBLY written.

Rachel B (it) wrote: I can't believe what I am seeing! How could Mars Attacks! have a 52%? This is a spectacularly fun movie. Shame on all of the dissenting critics.

Carlton R (ru) wrote: ne of the early if not first Ealing films, The adults play a small role as the children star in the film as they unite to expose corruption, the film is set out in a bombed out london, where the loss and destruction of the city can clearly be seen, very enjoyable film