Star of David: Beauty Hunting

Star of David: Beauty Hunting

"Beautiful Girl Hunter" by Norifumi Suzuki is based on manga by Maasaki Soto.The film portrays the life of Tatsuya,a young man of proper descent whose outward respectability hides his urges for rape and torture.This handsome rapist seduces women,then brings them to the basement of the mansion he inherited from his well-to-do parents,where he indulges in lengthy sessions of sado-sexual violence.

One dark and stormy night, a middle age prison escapee haphazardly breaks into the luxurious mason of a wealthy and privileged family and rapes the young wife in front of her bound husband.... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Star of David: Beauty Hunting torrent reviews

Paul D (nl) wrote: Extreme extra-curricular activities with a dark premise, although given the propensity of students to turn on each other in real life this may not be too far off the mark.

Ryan S (gb) wrote: 4/5. Curse of Chucky is a lot of fun and way better than it should be. It's definitely one of the best straight-to-DVD horror movies ever made and it is easily the best film in the Chucky series. Although the 3rd act isn't as good as the rest of the film, it has a ton of nods to the previous films that fans will appreciate and brings the series to its scariest level.

Emod L (fr) wrote: 80%I actually found myself very engrossed in this documentary, having read "Catcher in the Rye."

Stephen D (de) wrote: This film has the right ingredients to be considered quirky, but is too much of a carbon copy of the Napoleon Dynamite character that is becomes annoying. It is not nearly as funny, but it does have its moments.

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Miguel Y (nl) wrote: One of the worst gang movies I ever seen.. Bad, BAD Accents really made it hard to like.

mason c (ag) wrote: *woosh*THE PIZZA IS AGRESSIVE![Pizza decapitates the dad]Oh Sh**Just another day in the life of Jimmy Nutrin[Zooms in on face]

a t (mx) wrote: So you go from directing one of the better Star Treks, to possibly my least favourite one ever made. I read they did market research for the equally corny Star Trek: The Voyage Home saying how it's light nature made it sell more tickets. Well it didn't work here as every member seems played so against type, then bogged down with dumb philosophy and lessons it's to a point so irritating. And sadly, Joss Whedon never learned the lesson, proving dumb movies make money because we all just need a cheap laugh.

stefano l (us) wrote: I always say that I don't like biopics and sport movies, but sometimes I try to fly over my prejudices and I watch biopics and sport movies. Sometimes all the two of them together, like in this case :D Well, the problem is that, despite some very nice shootings and a good mix between archive images and ones filmed appositely for the movie, the result resembles a fakeness difficult to accept when the actors are on the bikes. Unfortunately, this happens also sometimes when they are not, a thing that I find even more annoying.

Chris S (es) wrote: The plot is ridiculous and all-over-the-place, and I don't see any feminist sensibilities in this film, aside the fact that the female prisoners get away with everything in the end. And yehes for the badass ending even with the lame deaths. And the warden played by Barbara Steele doesn't seem evil enough and I didn't see why they hate her so much, or do I think much in black-and-white?

Ethan C (it) wrote: Confusing, never-ending, annoying, and too much effort to make it a mind-bender. This movie was poorly constructed and overall a bad film.

Bruce B (nl) wrote: One of the better movies from Mill Creek 50 Movie Warrior Collection. The story is about King Herod and his love for his Queen Mariam.It has been a while since I read Josephus and his account of Herod, but I will assume the movie follows Josephus' storyline to some degree. In the last ten minutes, a little subplot taken from the Gospels of Luke and Matthew is added. In it Herod orders the killing of a brat born in Bethlehem. Oddly, according to the movie, King Herod only ordered the killing of the new born babies because he was so distaught that Mariam did not love him anymore.There are some nice sets and costumes, but nothing really spectacular here. There are no real battles or sword fights, so action fans should stay away. This is a small cast with only a few dozen extras. It has more of an intimate stage play rather than an epic quality feeling.The real reason to watch is the acting. Edmund Purdom is actually quite good as Herod. You actually do feel sorry for Herod at moments. Sylvia Lopez is extraordinary as Mariam. This and "Hercules Unchained" are basically the only known widely released movies she was in during her short three year movie career. If she had not died at 28, she might have been one of the great stars of the 60's. She kind of reminds me of Diane Cilento. She's more sexy than beautiful and she really dominates the screen. One can easily see why she drives Herod crazy. If you're interested in 1st century B.C.E. Judean history, the movie is worth a look. Also if you want to see a beautiful young actress who died at the door to stardom in 1959, you should check it out. 3 Stars 6-10-13

Emmy M (jp) wrote: This is one of my favorite movies of all time. I saw it in theaters when it came out and watch it occasionally because it's SO MUCH FUN. Funny, gross, silly, scary, campy. It's errything.

Jackie S (br) wrote: Another childhood favorite. Good movie BUT sad.

Kyle B (ca) wrote: A nice little movie.

Arseniy V (mx) wrote: A little underformed, plastic, lacking the extra layers of "reality grime" that went so far to enrich movies like Babadook. But comes together pretty damn well nonetheless. Especially for a horror movie.