The Astral Factor
Demonstrating that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, a convicted strangler studies the paranormal and finds a way to render himself invisible. Once he escapes, he sets out to find and eliminate the five women who testified in his prosecution. A police lieutenant (Robert Foxworth) sets out to safeguard them, and bring the invisible killer to justice.
- Stars:Robert Foxworth, Stefanie Powers, Sue Lyon, Mark Slade, Leslie Parrish, Marianna Hill, Elke Sommer, Percy Rodrigues, Alex Dreier, Rayford Barnes, Frederick Tully, Frank Ashmore, Larry Golden, Renata Vaselle, Cesare Danova,
- Director:John Florea, Gene Fowler Jr., Arthur C. Pierce,
- Writer:Arthur C. Pierce (screenplay), Earle Lyon (story), Arthur C. Pierce (story)
A convicted strangler, studying the paranormal in his jail cell, learns to make himself invisible. As an invisible man, he escapes from prison to stalk and strangle the five women who ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Astral Factor torrent reviews
(us) wrote: I was expecting a good movie when I started to watch it, it had a good director and a great cast, what could go wrong? Pretty much everything.
(ru) wrote: I thought the movie about Natalee Holloway's disappearance was very well constructed. I believe that her story should be told in order to raise awareness for teens traveling abroad reminding them to never separate from their friends or family or leave their drink unattended. This movie serves as a very good lesson for teenage girls. The disappearance of Natalee was very accurately portrayed. I read several news articles regarding her disappearance and I think the movie adheres to the facts found in newspapers and magazines.
(kr) wrote: Wonderful story of a Maori woman with secrets who lived through incredible events. The director met her early in his career, and unravelled her story only many years after her death. More like a historian's quest with wonderful visuals.
(mx) wrote: Following the demise of a karate master three brothers have to share his trophy - the old black belt, but can't choose who's best of them. The eldest one, joined by the wounded second brother, steps over his honour and integrity and joins army recruiters who search for warriers in other karate clans to gather warriers to fight for Manchuria. The third brother stays in a village and continues to perfect his defense skills, as his teacher had advised him, 'for himself'. In the final battle the brothers fight, and the one who stayed true to his promise to the teacher to use karate only for defense, wins and kills his elder brother. Before dying he admits that his brother's karate is better and he deserved to become the leader of the clan. The story is strong, but predictable. Importantly, fights are few. Overall impression - could be better.
(es) wrote: sharon cuneta at her best
(br) wrote: This is any Cinefiles dream come true, Ken Russel adapting John Whiting adapting Aldous Huxley starring Oliver Reed and Vanessa Redgrave. Derek Jarman's set design is up there with 2001: A space Odyssey and Ben-Hur in my opinion. One of the greatest British films ever made.
(us) wrote: Solid remake of Five Came Back. Although not quite as good as the original this almost scene for scene redo is well acted by all. Top lined Robert Ryan is surprisingly not handed the flashiest role which goes to Rod Steiger but its nice to see him in good guy mode for a change.