The Believers

The Believers

Mourning the accidental death of his wife and having just moved to New York with his young son, laconic police psychologist Cal Jamison (Martin Sheen) is reluctantly drawn into a series of grisly, ritualistic murders involving the immolation of two youths.

The film is based on a novel written by Nicholas Conde. It is about Martin Sheen is a psychologist decides to move to New York to forget the tragedy of his mother. Everything becomes chaos when his son become aim of the Religion of Santeria which is a voodoo cult specializing in child sacrifices. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Believers torrent reviews

Darrin C (it) wrote: I admit that I watched the entire movie, but don't know why. Ongoing sequels of crap and this was no exception. It took different direction and was more serious than previous entries that worked to its disadvantage.

Jack P (ag) wrote: Anvil is a funny yet touching documentary about the virtually unknown "known" metal band originating from the 80s. This powerful documentary film dwells upon the struggle of the band members coping with poorly paid jobs and lack of musical support. Anvil are the real life "Spinal Tap" and this documentary film will have you laughing one minute and wanting to cry the next. An absolute brilliant feature and is well worth the watch even if your not a metal fan.

Adam B (de) wrote: Quite possibly one of the best comedies ever made... Period.

Sabrina M (de) wrote: My dad says, "Hey, wanna watch a bad movie on tv?" Turned out to be Ice Spiders.

Alexander C (ag) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!

Christian H (es) wrote: This was intense, and probably worth the Oscars it got

Kenneth K (ag) wrote: funny, funny, funny! Shows the potential that managed the LoTR-movies. Good prank. And should be viewed as such - that movies are about misleading and make-believe.

George H (mx) wrote: Extremely tense with a brillant performance from Billy Zane and some superb directing almost Hitchcock style Dead Calm is anything but calm

Knox M (it) wrote: While not as good as Murder on the Orient Express, Peter Ustinov improves on the performance of Albert Finney as Poirot and it has a slightly more surprising conclusion.

Scott C (it) wrote: I didn't like it - don't get the appeal.

Davey M (nl) wrote: Part "Taxi Driver," part "Nosferatu," and all Romero, "Martin" is vampire movie as gritty naturalism, shocking, satirical, anguished, and maybe the filmmaker's finest work.

Steve W (it) wrote: One of the greatest movies of all time. A great comedy / drama about one man's fight to survive through sheer cowardice, luck, stupidity and perspicacity through WW2. Simply fantastic... at moments hilarious, heart rending but always on a perfect note, featuring one of the greatest film actors of all time Giancarlo Giannini in one of the greatest film performances of all time. A rare treasure! If you find this flick you must watch! Bravissimo.

Paul D (us) wrote: Road race movies are often fun, which this is but at the same time is a farce which can be very disinteresting in places.

Cristina T (ag) wrote: Yours, mine and ours was a fun and interesting movie. This movie allows for any viewer to appreciate their family and able to recognize other types of family. If your looking for a good laugh and a night in with your family this is a good movie to watch. I found this movie to be full of life lessons and hidden messages throughout the movie. This movie forces you to remember that family comes in many different shapes and sizes and that just because they are different doesn't mean their love is any less for one another.

Rahul B (ca) wrote: One of the lighter movies from Fellini ... clearly the movie which started shaping a True Master's career .... gives a feeling of being a preparatory and a reference movie for his later 'Amarcord' .... cannot forget the scene at the end when Moraldo leaves on a train and he sees his dear ones still in bed as if he was passing them on a train.... hats off for such a remarkable shot...

Mathew N (kr) wrote: A look inside the pro bodybuilder circuit and the relationships between the pioneers of bodybuilding. This film shows the the athleticism, the rivalry, the brotherly love. They pick at each other, but in the end Lou, Arnold, and Frank are the best of friends competing for the same reasons. Need some motivation? Give this a watch to remind you what lifting is all about!

Tony L (br) wrote: Three stars just for Rachel Leigh Cook. She doesn't pull off the dork so much as the cutie in the red dress. But when she first walks down those stairs there was no doubt in my mind that I was completely straight. That scene has been burned into my mind forever.