Shogo (Ryuta Sato), the arrogant and condescending star of a popular call-in radio-show must temporarily broadcast out of Studio 6, a creepy and dilapidated booth abandoned since its last DJ committed suicide several years ago. Suddenly, Shogo begins receiving disturbing calls, the voice on the line whispers "Liar" over and over. Is the joke on him, has someone discovered the truth about his sinister past, or has the curse of Studio 6 been unleashed again? In this Booth, all sins will be atoned for.
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The Booth torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Flipping phenomenal movie ! All it takes is team work and love !
(us) wrote: Good songs, and an interesting plot...
(de) wrote: Crazy surreal comedy- makes a good late night film. Generally funny throughout, but with moments of pure genius.
(au) wrote: Made me laugh really hard at the time.
(de) wrote: Cheesy Stephen King penned horror is so ludicrous with its heroic cats and weaponized corn cobs, one has to wonder why it wasn't billed as comedy. Vampires (except they are not, they are feline cat people that suck life force out of people rather than blodd *sigh*) come to a new town and target gorgeous virgin (Amick). Badly acted cringefest that fails to elicit any suspense, although it may produce some entertainment value in the so-bad-it's-good category.
(ru) wrote: Not at all interested
(de) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(au) wrote: Great concept, shame it's a pretty average movie. Time for a remake I think.
(es) wrote: 5.5/10. The acting is very amateurish but the story is very interesting and it is handled surprisingly well. A little piece of history here, and it is interesting to see how the subject was viewed at the time.
(au) wrote: Don't know why this bombed so badly. I thought it was a great comic book adaptation..
(es) wrote: Powerful, unforgettable, and absolutely heartbreaking, Requiem For A Dream finds Darren Aronofsky at his best, pulling out spectacular performances from Ellen Burstyn, Jared Leto, and Jennifer Connelly, sending out a warning about the dangers of drugs and modern media.
(br) wrote: Even with bad reviews, I think this movie was pretty good.
(us) wrote: Hilarious, star studded... good laughs.