The Canal

The Canal

Film archivist David and his wife are perfectly happy or so he believes. When a looming secret shatters their marriage at the same time as a turn-of-the-century film reel he is studying reveals their house to be the site of a 1902 multiple-murder, David begins to unravel, and the house’s eerie history threatens to repeat itself. Dripping with tension and chilling to the core, this visceral Irish ghost story is a visually arresting and genuinely shocking journey into the darkness within.

David’s life is in crisis when he finds out his wife and Alex - one of her clients - have been cheating on him. On the other hand, his colleague gives him a tape which shows that his house was the setting for a brutal murder in 1902. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Canal torrent reviews

David G (br) wrote: An art house film with a lack of "art house" in it and a shameful excuse for a film title.

pantha266 (au) wrote: I don't know what people expected, but I enjoyed the movie for what it was.

Aftermath A (us) wrote: This is a rating of the genre lol

David S (us) wrote: Studies in self-destruction. A fitting double-bill partner for DAY OF THE LOCUST.

Travis H (ru) wrote: this made me remember Mrs. McCann's class where i just kept shooting the staple gun at Tyson.. yes good times

Brad S (mx) wrote: First saw this 80's "classic" as a kid and was a massive fan of Ninja's. This is the third film in a series of Ninja movies starring Sho Kosuji who plays different characters in each film. The movie was made by Cannon Films who did all three movies as well as the "American Ninja" series. This movie is pretty bad, but almost in a good way. It so 80's, but the Ninja sequences are fun to watch. James Hong is also featured in a small supporting role. This is a must watch for Ninja fans or those who like cheesy 80's action flicks, everyone else must stay away.

Bill E (ru) wrote: Not a single woman in the movie. Oozing with campy humor, potty-mouthed old "celebrities" and an endlessly quotable script, and you've got yourself a movie I love to watch over and over again.

Cedric L (ru) wrote: Emotionally powerful with great performances.

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BoNeyMiZ (ru) wrote: Nothing remotely scary ever happens. It's filmed with such distance during the "intense" parts that you never ever feel a sense of panic or danger. Watch Vacancy or The Strangers instead.

Bradley N (ru) wrote: The weakest of the trilogy, with plot hole galore but still enjoyable.

Jonny P (it) wrote: "The Loft" is one of the worst movies that I have ever seen. Aside from the film's repulsive glorification of infidelity, it also contains horrible acting and a script that is just awful. I don't know who had the idea to use soft-spoken, almost passive-aggressive dialogue the entire film but it is terribly annoying. Karl Urban is particularly bad throughout his static, non-emotional performance. Perhaps the larger mystery is how anybody convinced big names like Urban and James Marsden to join this film. Everybody involved with this film should be ashamed of themselves. They should all go home, look at their wives, and be thankful for the gift of marriage. The argument that this film discourages cheating because it shows a negative result is invalid because it obviously tries to glamorize and celebrate the lack of respect for the sanctity of marriage for the majority of the story. Thankfully, the critics also hated this film. I can only hope that they saved a large percentage of the population from having to endure this horrible waste of time. It does have a few decent twists and turns but certainly not worth putting up with the lack of morality at the core of this film. The words "sleazy," "repulsive," and "vile" come to mind when thinking about screenwriter Bart De Pauw as he sat down to write the original Belgian screenplay and this adaptation. Aside from the stream of unnecessary f-words, the dialogue is cheesy and causes everyone on screen to seem like they are overacting. He even misused the word "innuendo" when he meant to use the word "insinuate." I had heard bad things about "The Loft" but this was absolutely abysmal. Don't waste your time. Rotten Tomatoes doesn't lie when it rates something as 14% Rotten.