Fishing and jobs are becoming scarce in the small seaport village of Graves Point, when mysterious deaths and unexplained disappearances begin to occur. Divers vanish and a young couple disappears at sea, their empty raft washing up on the shore. When a large, strange claw is discovered on the raft, the unsettled towns-people call on the marine biologist Dr. Herbert Talley (Ronald Guttman), who identifies it as belonging to a rare giant squid. With the help of Whip Dalton, the hunt is on! It becomes a battle of wills between Dalton and Talley as they try to locate the Beast, without the Beast getting them.
- Stars:William Petersen, Karen Sillas, Charles Martin Smith, Ronald Guttman, Missy Crider, Sterling Macer Jr., Denis Arndt, A.J. Johnson, Larry Drake, Murray Bartlett, Laura Vazquez, Robert Mammone, David Webb, Marshall Napier, Les Hill,
Mysterious things happen at the coast of Graves Point: An empty boat lies at the shore, divers vanish. The sea biologist Dr. Talley thinks he knows the solution of the mystery: In the depth there is a gigantic squid. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Beast torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: better then I expected pretty well punisher meets van Helsing but it actually worked
(ca) wrote: The best uruguayan movie ever!!!!
(ca) wrote: Recommended by Mark!!!
(ru) wrote: The story is mind-blowing, so I forgive the poor camera, poor lighting, and mediocre acting. This is certainly an entertaining must see.
(it) wrote: Bizarre, unconventional, and altogether confusing, "The Uninvited" is a bit too difficult to follow to be legitimately frightening or effective.
(fr) wrote: A serious aside.Really serious. And really indelicate.I watched The Wedding Ringer, for the first time; several days ago.I like the diminutive, sharp Kevin Hart. I've liked Josh Gad ever since I saw him in "The Rocker."The Wedding Ringer was interesting enough to not jump the channels; but I was really, really disturbed by scenes that, I believe, have and had no place in a movie; in my opinion, of any release or rating.I won't go into details, but it was sexually charged bachelor and after bachelor party scenes; that involved sexual participation with a dog.Really.Really, really.And, for the record, I'm no shrinking violet. My romantic and so on history is on the not for general release side. I'm not prudish. Not by a long shot.But I am unwavering in my feelings that animals have no business being sexualized in film, print, record or screen. I was, also, really disappointed in the film's primary cast members for being okay with it. Being party to it. Now, it colors my good opinion of them. They, no longer, are as entertaining as I once thought they were.Who the heck thinks like this. And who the heck is okay with letting that thinking hit cable TV.I fear this envelope has been pushed into the land of acceptable prat fall and potty humor and oversexed under served in her face screen writers.It's a miserable thing to have to contemplate. The what's next for companion animals and human sex.I think, if you agree with me, we need to put a stop to this type of animal abuse now; before it becomes as common as criminals.
(au) wrote: Funny as well as uniquely entertaining, Three O'Clock High delivers notable performances from Casey Siemaszko and Richard Tyson in an enjoyable flick that successfully puts itself in the same league as other beloved 80s teen comedies.
(us) wrote: What in the fuck did I just watch?