The Collingswood Story

The Collingswood Story

My name is Rebecca. When I left for college my ex John thought web cams would help us keep in touch. It does however it also leads us to a dark secret when we meet and cam with Vera Madeline, an on-line psychic, who initiates a deadly reign of terror.

My name is Rebecca. When I left for college my ex John thought web cams would help us keep in touch. It does but also leads us to a dark secret when we meet and cam with Vera Madeline, an on-line psychic, who warns "rituals" are being performed in the house I moved into. Okay like anyone out there should believe some online psychic. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Collingswood Story torrent reviews

JC E (de) wrote: Okay, I must be the only one out there that actually enjoyed Joel Schumacher's 'The Phantom of the Opera'. Having listened to the cast recordings from the theatrical production, I thought Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum, and Patrick Wilson did fine with the stage-to-screen translation. However, theatrical connoisseurs derided the film - most likely due to the fact that Schumacher isn't well-liked in Hollywood. So my expectations going into seeing the drama unfold on stage was pretty high, since the Broadway authorities that be say it's much better than the film. Well, I'm here to say it's not. Oh, sure, Ramin Karimloo, Sierra Boggess, Hadley Fraser, Wendy Ferguson, Liz Robertson, and the rest of the cast does fine with their songs and acting, but it just feels so shortchanged and claustrophobic having seen and enjoyed the film version. I'm sure it's different in person, but I just wasn't blown away. Even when Sarah Brightman (the original Christine) sang at the end, I was underwhelmed. Too theatrical and focused on hitting the right notes, and not nearly enough emotion. I'm harping. I'll stop. Clearly theater isn't my forte.

Linda N (jp) wrote: Learned so much. Fun discussion with the family after watching it regarding self preservation, resourcefulness, and dealing real cold.

James W (ru) wrote: One of the funniest, most outrageous and wild movies of 2012, I think wedding comedies are the best. A Few Best Men is dirtier and funnier than both Hangover's put together, and this comedy goes all out to make sure you grit your teeth and keep you on edge as the four guys screw up a wedding. It's idiotic and mad but that's how it should be, I don't think I've ever laughed so loud at a comedy. Insane amounts of cocaine and mad champagne drinking lead up to a car crash, drug dealer rampage, drugged up sheep and more mayhem, all in an hour and a half! The cast are all equally hilarious and fantastic, and I'm so glad Rebel Wilson is in it, she was funny as hell in Bridesmaids, a scene stealer in Pitch Perfect, great in What to Expect When You're Expecting and now she really goes nutty in A Few Best Men, she is in the funniest part of the whole movie as she attempts to play the violin at the wedding and it's all out of tune, I was in tears laughing. You have to see this movie, this is a British Wolfpack, with Olivia Newton John delivering a knockout performance of hilarity, although Laura Brent and Johnathan Biggins over egg it in their parts.

Swagrias O (gb) wrote: It's visual beauty does not begin to repair the disaster that is its storytelling. The love triangle was completely unnecessary and forced.

Tracy O (br) wrote: The tale of 2 friends and a prison away from home.

Blake B (es) wrote: Anyone who wants to pursue a career in film should watch this movie. Mark Borchardt's passion and enthusiasm is very inspiring and reminds everyone that big budgets, fancy visuals, and famous actors do not make a film, but it's all about getting out there with a camera and creating something with everything you've got. I can't help but feel bad because Mark wants this so much more than most other people yet he hasn't made it to the big time, but he keeps on going, not giving up that dream and that's what makes this such a beautiful film.

Brian P (ca) wrote: Pretty bad, pretty terrible, pretty horrible. Do I need to say anymore then that?

Eliabeth H (au) wrote: Sometimes girl bands are actually cool.

Renee R (it) wrote: Found this movie an enjoyable watch