Silent Rage

Silent Rage

A Texas sheriff tries kung fu on an ax killer who, revived by doctors, cannot be killed.

Dan Stevens is the sheriff of a small Texas town who checks out a disturbance which turns to murder. The killer is still in the house and he tries to kill Dan, but Dan stops him and arrests... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Silent Rage torrent reviews

Kem W (it) wrote: A breathtakingly beautiful movie. Certainly one of the most visually stunning films I've ever seen. And yet there wasn't quite enough plot there to make it a movie that really held my interest. Do your research before watching. If you're of the right mind, you'll be rewarded. Recommended for adult film buffs.

Nick T (nl) wrote: there are way too many fat fucking film school losers out there.... this movie is fun... period.... it's supposed to be fun and it does just that... the rest is just overcritical, probably fat, bitter at life... mumbo jumbo

Gregory D (es) wrote: I was very excited to see this film, a neo-Beauty and the Beast sounds intriguing. Unfortunately with high expectations comes greater pressure to succeed. And this film goes down as one of my most disappointing films of all time. The acting seems more suited for a teenage television show. There were several unbelievable scenes involving a character standing unnoticed only a few steps away from another individual. The plotline involving Lindy being forced into staying with the "Beast" was was not convincing; the character of her father in particular was not well thought out. Finally Ive heard multiple people point out how cool the main character looked after he turned 'ugly'. In fact, Ive seen quite a lot of people that intentionally give themselves a similiar look! Neil Patrick Harris was wonderful and is actually a bright spot in the movie. When the movie was over the basic theme that was left was not 'beauty within' but more like 'it doesnt matter how ugly you become as long as you have money...'

Paul J (au) wrote: Hou Hsiao-hsien's masterpiece. Mesmerizing, entrancing and totally unforgettable. Taiwanese cinema reached a zenith in the 90s and HHH remains at the forefront.

Craig C (ag) wrote: Ridiculous Flick. I dont know if i could have sat through it if it was a different cast.

Sam M (ca) wrote: ahahaha omg germinal in mod west...good, good times. baby in a silng. oh yes. liquid coal. mm.

Cris S (de) wrote: no one's interested sorry