It's Halloween night and video store clerk Stan Helsing just got stuck with a last minute request to deliver some videos. With his best friend, his best friend's date, and a smoking hot ex-girlfriend waiting to go to a party, Stan convinces them to take a side trip to Stormy Night Estates for the drop. But the group gets locked inside and Stan discovers he's actually Stan Van Helsing, descendan
- Category:Horror, Comedy
- Stars:Steve Howey, Diora Baird, Kenan Thompson, Desi Lydic, Leslie Nielsen, Kit Zenga, Darren Moore, Twan Holliday, Ben Cotton, Travis MacDonald, Lee Tichon, Ken Kirzinger, Charles Zuckermann, Jeff Gulka, Chad Krowchuk,
- Country:Canada, USA
- Director:Bo Zenga,
- Writer:Bo Zenga
Stan (Steve Howey), a slacker video store clerk, his sexy girlfriend, best friend and an exotic dancer take a detour into a town cursed by the biggest monsters in movie history: Freddy, Jason, Pinhead, Leatherface, Chucky & Michael Myers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stan Helsing torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Definitely would say it's one of the best spiritual films I've seen in a while. It's a good movie for a family and also good for faith. Ving Rhames does a great job in this film as he struggles with unwavering faith to save his father's church. Good christian film for anyone. I would recommend it.
(fr) wrote: This was a great thriller, and the ending is messed up. A must for those who like dark thrillers.
(kr) wrote: Very clever film that provides a facinating cross-section of the Persian class system. Ultimately not as shocking/powerful as it wants to be, but still well worth watching for what it accomplishes along the way.
(jp) wrote: These movies are getting randomer by the minute.Please!!
(de) wrote: When you want osmosis you got osmosis
(ca) wrote: I just love Mark Dacascos
(it) wrote: When this came out I was still young enough to enjoy the nonsense of the idea. Fight the city by defacing it -but for a noble cause??!The tagging story bigins here, is that right?
(kr) wrote: Roger Corman's MAGNIFICENT SEVEN in Space--A delightfully spirited and good-natured early 80's sci-fi action/adventure treat!!
(kr) wrote: Another compilation of short films. The Legend of Johnny Appleseed and Winter Time are must-see material, the rest... not quite :$
(mx) wrote: Often cited as the best movie of all time, Renoir's 1939 masterpiece manages to operate on multiple levels simultaneously, thereby increasing its pleasures. On the simplest, most straightforward level, it is a tale of love and the game-playing that lovers may do (when they don't know their own hearts or those of their lovers), to keep up appearances and to tease and confound their pursuers and the pursued - although the frankest, most sincere lovers may come up short in such spirited affairs. On the next deepest level, the film pokes at class differences, suggesting that any upstairs-downstairs distinctions (the film is set mainly at a country estate on the weekend of a grand fete) are merely an illusion, with both classes following the same rules (la regle du jeu, of course). The masters and the servants are essentially doubled, with two trios each featuring a married couple and an interloper, playing themes and variations on the plot's strings. Finally, at the deepest level, the film reveals Renoir's angst at Europe's failure to contend with Hitler's rise, choosing to ignore or to placate him, keeping up appearances, just as the bourgeois guests at the estate prefer to ignore or overlook the harsh realities before them, not only of the hunt (a truly graphic interlude) but of the shocking behavior, including murder, that goes on but is explained away, following the rules of decorum, by the protagonists. Truly, everyone may have their reasons - but this may only help to understand not to excuse actions. Evoking a mood of anxiety, uncertainty, and foreboding, and blending it with his interest in theatricality, Renoir has captured lightning in a bottle. This is a film of such rich carefully planned complexity, wedded somehow to seemingly spontaneous chaos, that it bears repeated viewings (this is my umpteenth time) and indeed close scrutiny and undoubtedly contains lessons for our time.