A gang of pirates rape the two sole survivors of a ship wreck. The violated girls are rescued by the strange inhabitants of a supposedly haunted island, where they are granted supernatural powers to strike revenge against the pirates.
- Category:Short, Horror
- Stars:, Joëlle Coeur, John Rico, Willy Braque, Paul Bisciglia, Lieva Lone, Patricia Hermenier, Louise Dhour, Ben Zimet, Mireille Dargent, Miletic Zivomir, Isabelle Copejans, Yves Collignon, Véronique Fanis, Monica Swinn, Jacqueline Priest,
- Country:France, Belgium
- Director:Jean Rollin,
- Writer:Jean Rollin
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The Demoniacs torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Terrible, Ive see health and safety videos more exciting than this heap of shit.
(jp) wrote: Directing Quality: I am a boxing fan, and I really disliked the movie. It is based on true history, so it has that going for it, but I mostly did not like Phantom Punch because I thought it was directed so poorly. I felt like I was watching a low budget project directed by a freshman in film school. It was unorganized, had plenty of holes in the story, and flip flopped around on who's story it was that was being told. I often wondered "what was the purpose of that scene"? Be prepared for lots of fading to black, and transitions into new years every five minutes. To make the film better, it should have focused more on Sonny Liston's mysterious death, crooked cops, and made more meaningful points about racism during this time. And, it should have picked a side as to whether or not Liston was a nice or bad guy, and ultimately stuck with it.
(ca) wrote: Un drama romantico bastante raro y flashero, pero al final esta bueno el mensaje que da.
(au) wrote: This movie is amazing I have watched more than once. I think a kid at the age of 12 will in joy this movie. It's inspiring and it's just something you need to watch in your lifetime.
(us) wrote: Best Argentine movie ever.
(fr) wrote: An exuberant story topped by a captivating soundtrack.
(it) wrote: It views 'truth' as an organic, evolving phenomenon. Perhaps, even if we have all the relevant facts and witnesses to an event, we can never truly know what occurred because we didn't see it, or if we did whatever occurred is subject to our own prejudices and perceptions. It turns what could be a standard legal drama into an examination of how people remember the past and how memory evolves as time passes. The performances are pretty great as well, which makes the film all the more engaging.
(de) wrote: Jeanine Basinger (an author, not just a gal who lives on my street or something) calls WWI the Amnesiac War because of all the completely bizarre plots that Hollywood decided to produce about it. This movie is case in point.
(us) wrote: I liked Nick Cannon's perfomance
(it) wrote: The classic horror, paranormal film genre as the 'Exorcist' series. I found this one really gross and not scary at all!
(es) wrote: Hellboy is directed and written by Guillermo del Toro, and it stars Ron Perlman, Selma Blair, and Rupert Evans in a graphic novel adaptation of Hellboy: Seed of Destruction by Mike Mignola. The movie is about the origins of a demonic creature named Hellboy who takes care of the monsters to save the world. This is one of the earliest films that I've seen, and so with Hellboy II: The Golden Army in my DirecTV list, I figured I'll watch this movie, which is a solid effort, but not as high praise as I thought I was going to give. Ron Perlman absolutely killed it as Hellboy, and I love the make-up effects in this. The special effects looks impressive, but there were some effects that look cartoony. The characters are decent, and while there were some backstories for Hellboy, I wish there were a bit more of it. The villain was kind of there, but I appreciate that it doesn't act like your typical villain. Rupert Evans, while a good actor, his character is kind of bland, and I feel like there's something a bit off about Selma Blair's acting in this. The action is fine, but the humor is pretty good in this. The writing is pretty good, and the direction is also good. Hellboy is a really good movie that didn't necessarily go up there with Marvel films, but it's an enjoyable superhero film in its own right.
(mx) wrote: it's a lot of fun, so a can forgive it, but still a bad sequence
(es) wrote: For some reason, this has been and keep being billed as a western and while it is definitely set in the post-Civil War era, it feels much more like a Coen-Esque take on a poetic fight between the "ideas" of good and evil, disguised as a long-winded, yet mesmerizing revenge thriller. Neeson and Brosnan both carry their weight very well in this. One thing I really enjoyed about this is the whole pondering on the question of guilt, there is not good guy or bad guy in here and the viewer's allegiance is likely to oscillate back and forth between the two factions. The film never puts the question of guilt and retribution into the ring to fight it out Hollywood-Climax style but instead, the whole conflict keeps bubbling and brooding beneath the surface of the white landscape like a river of magma just waiting to explore, but it never does, such is probably the best depicition of remorse, guilt, hate and bloodlust. As a film, this works quite well, Neeson and his gang are following Brosnan and both face lethal obstacles, the latter in form of the landscape and his forlorn struggle against the wild, while the former's team is being picked off by the hunted one by one, in true survival horror style. Towards the end, the lyrical undertone of the film becomes tangible, when Anjelica Huston's character turns up and the border between reality and mythological storytelling are being blurred, something that is being suggested by the title itself, a battle of fallen angels, both of which might stand for the concept of good and evil and the eternal struggle that can never be resolved and maybe it does not have to be. The supporting cast is solid, even though most of the characters in this film are dark-eyed recluses in a barren wasteland anyway, but Wincott and Lauter make for good screen time, although they could have had a more self-related agenda for the sake of storytelling. All in all, a philsophical film in the pelt of a modern western poem with two great leads and great shots of the frontier landscape(s).