The Blob

The Blob

Remake of the 1958 horror sci-fi about a deadly blob which is the spawn of a secret government germ warfare project which consumes everyone in its path. Teenagers try in vain to warn the townsfolk, who refuse to take them seriously, while government agents try to cover up the evidence and confine the creature.

In a tiny California town, high school students Brian, Meg and Paul discover an amorphous acidic amoeba-like organism that melts the flesh of any living creatures in its path as it grows and grows. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Blob torrent reviews

Hayden H (ca) wrote: dull and boring is not only soaks anyone who watches, it leaves a bad case of the run after it all dries up and make dull and boring the last thing you'll complain. Only because you'll complain everything else in this dumb, scattered, and utterly pointless movie."F-" is my grade for the only use this movie will have is when you run out of clay pigeons and you wanna clear space on the shelve.

Nimalini P (ag) wrote: Some very disturbing scenes but a moving film at the same time. When it rains, it definitely pours!!! But its great to see a family working togther through it all ! Love is the glue to happiness! Wish the ending was better ! But ...All in all, it sure makes you count your own blessings!

Ian B (ru) wrote: Half thriller, half court drama. kept me entertained all the way through

Denise A (br) wrote: Aww...such a good movie.

Griffin T (it) wrote: one that few seem to have seen, but something in it hits home when i watch it. is one of the few films that makes me cry in that good way. every time!

Chris W (kr) wrote: The ultimate "don't judge a book by its cover" story line. James Dean does a wonderful job playing Jet, and I love seeing the internal conflict of raising a family and making complicated decisions that unfold for Rock Hudson and Elizabeth Taylor. Giant is the perfect mix of romance, big screen cinema and rags to riches.

Andy D (kr) wrote: This is not going to be everyone's cup of tea. Its essentially part documentary (mockumentary?), part sci-fi film, about a team of astronauts sent to Europa, one of the moons of Jupiter, to investigate the possibility of there being microscopic life in the oceans underneath Europa's vast ice-caps.You need to like outer-space type-stuff (which I do) and some of the films set-pieces are very much like sequences from Gravity, but as the film trundles along, the interest levels start to rise, as does the tension, and overall quality of the film.In the end, I have to say I was very pleasantly surprised, as I really enjoyed this, but as I say, this sort of thing is right up my street. Other reviews I had read of it weren't particularly great, but I enjoyed it, and I think other Sci-Fi'ers will too.

James J (it) wrote: what a turd for start to finish total crap one good thing edge apart from that turd 3/10 coz of edge