Species: The Awakening

Species: The Awakening

A scientist, Dr Holander, takes his niece Miranda to Mexico in an attempt to reverse the effects of the alien DNA he used to create her. However the treatment goes horribly wrong, and sets Miranda on a killing spree as she sets out to find a mate.

Miranda Hollander is an excellent professor undergoing terrible days after she wakes up among the mass of mutilated human bodies. Ultimately, when she attempts to investigate, she uncovers that she is a half- human. The last chance for her is to Mexico and look for the help of the scientist creating her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Species: The Awakening torrent reviews

Steve P (au) wrote: Very interesting and very tragic.

Alan L (kr) wrote: Surprisingly good movie from the UK, dealing with the post 9/11 terrorism issues in the UK from the point of view of a Muslim Police Officer. Entertaining and basically hits the spot on current world issues.

Darren E (kr) wrote: Absolutely awesome, must see over the top Kung fu extravaganza

Terry W (br) wrote: I am grown up now have to save the brain cells I have left

Robert B (nl) wrote: New Rose Hotel, I admit, is not actually a good movie (though it is). It lacks in dramatic tension and in substance, material. Why do some rate it up then? I do so for the style and the acting. I think you have to be a fan of Walken, Defoe, literature, noir, and enjoy looking at Argento red lit to be able to rate this one up.

Regina S (ru) wrote: Thandie Newton is intriguing and Gwyneth Paltrow is well cast. Nick Nolte is a strange kind of Jefferson but overall the film hangs together.

Ruth L (de) wrote: I can remember watching this as a little kid on Beta.

Jorel D (it) wrote: Drama the way it should be in a movie! Clint Eastwood is amazing!

Meredith W (it) wrote: Over-the-top and camp but with good doses of humour and sentimentality. The story of plain misfit Muriel Heslop is full of great one-liners ("you're terrible Muriel") and a well-placed Abba soundtrack, which make it a fantastic feelgood film.