Suicide Club

Suicide Club

When 54 high school girls throw themselves in front of a subway train it appears to be only the beginning of a string of suicides around the country. Does the new all-girl group Desert have anything to do with it? Detective Kuroda tries to find the answer, which isn't as simple as he had hoped.

The film explores a wave of seemingly unconnected suicides that that sweeps across Japan, baffling the police and panicking the populace and the efforts of the police to determine the reasons behind the strange behavior. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Suicide Club torrent reviews

Johnny N (fr) wrote: Didnt know this was based on a true story.

Sergio E (ca) wrote: Wow what could have been a nice movie turned out to be a wash up of great proportions. Really the most unforgivable sin is that it was intended to be funny, or at the very least slightly amusing, but it fell flat on it's face at every turn. The Vampire voices trick was embarrassing. The wire effects are done with no finesse. In the end the movie had so many flaws no fun and no originality it doesn't come back from being an epic fail. Vampire Warriors follows the uneasy friendship between vampire hunter Ar (Jiang Lu-Xia) and a family of "vegetarian" vampires, including Max (Chrissie Chau) and her womanizing father Lung (Chin Siu-Ho). Ar spends her days walking around hunting down bad vampires, while Max and her good vampire friends hang around town aimlessly, complaining about how bored they are. That all changes with the arrival of Mung (Yuen Wah), a vampire kills other vampires to make himself more powerful (aren't they always?). When Ar realizes that Mung's dragging her sister (Law regular Pinky Cheung) with him, she joins forces with the vegetarian vampires to fight their common enemy.

Josh W (ag) wrote: Managing to claim the top spot of all-time weirdness of every movie I have ever seen, I strangely enjoyed Inbred. The beginning is a little worrying after a few seconds but thankfully it turns out to be a video on one of the character's mobile phones. The film then takes a while to build up however it becomes obvious that the inbreds of Yorkshire are a little different. The deaths roll on in, every one getting weirder and the end becomes rather obvious. How the end is reached however can never be predicted. Prepare your eyes for things you never thought you would see... ever.

Neil J (ag) wrote: Bit bizarre but strangely entertaining violent and comical chase movie.

Alexander C (ru) wrote: Would like to get round to watching.

Josh S (fr) wrote: Its a nice feel good movie.

Mona S (au) wrote: campy, watch it with friends and include drinking games

Nick S (es) wrote: The plot is a just a thin, tasteless tortilla chip delivery mechanism for a delicious muay thai salsa- and that's perfectly ok. Choreographically brilliant and not afraid to revel in its own absurdity, The Protector is the most mindless fun you can have at the movies. This has to break some kind of record for most bones broken in a single long take.

Jen M (ca) wrote: Richie Rich is the worst Macaulay Culkin movie where he got 1 of his 3 raspberry awards. Ages 7+

Ben L (jp) wrote: Some people might think it's crazy for a grown man to love Home Alone, or just chalk it up to nostalgia goggles. I don't think that's what makes watching this film so much fun for me. The structure of Home Alone is nearly perfect in the way it was crafted. The fact that they were able to construct a legitimate way for this family to accidentally forget a child is astounding. But every step that leads to that moment makes perfect sense, and doesn't even feel unnatural or overly coincidental. The movie has logic, until we reach the third act, and that's when the fun begins. It channels the spirit of a 3 Stooges film or a Looney Tunes short, and puts Harry and Marv through a series of painful traps that I find hysterical. It's so cathartic to see the bad guys beaten up, frustrated, and utterly defeated again and again. Macaulay Culkin nails the child-like qualities needed for the early parts of the film, and then transitions nicely into his "act like a grown-up" voice which makes the second half of the film work. Joe Pesci's desperate attempts to avoid cursing while angry are hilarious, and Daniel Stern is a great oafish counterpart. There's not much of anything in Home Alone that I don't like. The great John Williams provides a perfect score to fit the tone of the film, Catherine O'Hara is maternal and sweet but also very funny, even the side plot with Old Man Marley gives the movie some added emotional impact. I will freely admit that I love Home Alone, and I will probably end up watching it again this Christmas. If you haven't watched it in awhile, never still holds up well.

Jamie D (jp) wrote: One franchise where the sequels get worse and worse culminating in a really bad movie in Jaws 4. No wonder why they stopped making them after this.

Shawn W (ru) wrote: this movie is well acted, shot, and very well produced and put together! a very entertaining movie with a great point about society. this movie is a must see for real movie fans!

Janetta B (nl) wrote: STRANGE, BUT GOOD.....