While filming a haunted asylum in St. Louis, Missouri, documentary filmmakers uncover a secret diary of the infamous 1949 exorcism of a 13 year old boy possessed by the devil that later inspired the book and movie, The Exorcist. Utilizing hi-tech paranormal gadgetry along with a legion of supernatural experts, they search out to capture the scariest entity known to man, the Unholy Ghost. Nothing you have ever seen or heard before gets you closer to the ungodly truth of what really happened in this most terrifying, best selling story of all time! For the first time ever, investigate the real Exorcist house and the infamous Haunted Boy's bedroom where this horrific exorcism occurred. Battle demons while exploring ancient churches and asylums with the last surviving priests. Witness never-before-seen video, historical events, paranormal evidence from the actual case files. Exclusive interviews with the real Exorcist's and Haunted Boy's blood line... Written by Ann Spyre
The Haunted Boy: The Secret Diary of the Exorcist torrent reviews
Grant S (nl) wrote: One of the most disappointing movies I have ever seen. I had no great hopes before watching, thinking it will be just another common-or-garden horror movie. However, the first 20 minutes or so were very interesting and intriguing. There was a degree of character development, and the tension was built well.Unfortunately, this was all undone very quickly thereafter. Plot became increasingly random and confusing. In the end, I didn't even try to understand what was going on - it was just to hard to figure out (if indeed there was a sensible plot, at all) - I just wanted the movie to end.Decent performance by Austin Highsmith in the lead role, limited only by the useless script. The only known actor in the cast is DJ Qualls, and his presence should tip you off that this is a z-grade movie. One of the more irritating and incompetent actors around.Avoid.
Chris D (fr) wrote: Like the last two Tinkerbell movies, The Great Fairy Rescue once again sparkles in a pixie dust of lush animations and fantastic voice-work, including Mae Whitman.
Tyler S (nl) wrote: A sweet story, wonderfully acted, and visually impressive. Seems a bit sparse and sketched at times, but the former makes up for the latter, and it's few and far between anyways.
Grant K (kr) wrote: Although the screenplay is a rehash of better films, Carnahans deft eye and the fantastic performances make up for it.
Tina A (ru) wrote: Ok if you are very bored but useless if you are looking to be truely entertained.
Derek B (ru) wrote: An entertaining film, but nothing that will blow your socks off. The intrigue is there, and the movie entertains, but not something I'd watch again.
Darien C (au) wrote: its very slow moving... I watched it on Krisworld and couldn't finish it coz its damn draggy....
intuciic (nl) wrote: great movie like a kaleydoscope of feelings and events! loved it!
Mark W (au) wrote: Latter Days was a fairly mediocre affair in all honesty; playing up to stereotypes way too much... That aside some moments of the film were interesting but the campy drama severely out weighed what could have been a more mellow and engaging experience! Overall, you're not really missing much if you haven't seen this one!
George P (it) wrote: Deary me what a load of cobblers. This bland uninspiring bloke had voicess in his head telling him to shoot his wife. When he does he discovers that she is not his wife but a secret agent testing his brain. If this loser is mankinds only hope then I would side with the brain controlling bad guys, he is a total mong. He did not notice the fact that his wife was a double agent, all his neighbours were brain controlling scientists and that he was a pussy, no he did not. The bad guys, however, were outsmarted by this dickhead mainly because the bosses of the bad guys liked to talk too much. Could have used a lot more killing and violence.
Lawrence B (es) wrote: Gripping psychological thriller from Mark Romanek with a bravura out-of-character performance by Robin Williams as a lonely photo-booth attendant with a dark obsession with the seemingly happy family who frequent his supermarket. Writer-director Romanek cleverly keeps the familiar psycho-stalker material away from cliche and instead weaves a taut, chilling and multi-layered tale boasting a career watermark turn from Williams.
Ronald W (jp) wrote: see, we've got this rich neighbour...xerox.
Brendan S (ag) wrote: Pretty funny at times, especially Jack Black's character. And Andy Dick wasn't totally annoying in this one. There are some gaps in the plot development, tenuous relationships, etc. But all in all, kinda entertaining.
Kelly K (de) wrote: Such a great movie and a wonderful love story. Gere and Foster are very believable and have such great onscreen chemistry.
John Y (jp) wrote: Interesting film, but I hated the ending.
Jessica C (ru) wrote: Vraiment, vraiment bon!
James W (gb) wrote: My only negative criticism is the genre swapping featured in this movie, it comes off as an action picture one minute, the next a survival thriller, then a post apocalypse movie and suddenly a historical epic, it's as if director Neil Marshall is desperate to try and fit in every type of movie into one. Other than that one issue, Doomsday is magnificent! Gloriously bloodthirsty, totally action packed and frightening in many ways. From the opening scene there are some horrific images of viral outbreaks, injured people and massacre, it's clear from then that this movie isn't for people with weak stomachs. The camerawork is stunning, epic slow motion shots of destruction, fighting and breathtaking escape sequences, this movie excels in nearly all departments. The cast are brilliant, MyAnna Buring is a favourite of mine after watching her in The Descent, and especially Rhona Mitra who is badass and seriously slick as Eden Sinclair, the lead character. For such a small budget Doomsday looks like top class film, the scale is huge both in terms of landscape, destruction and cinematic scope. A must see movie, it does have it's cheesy moments but they are damn right enjoyable, guaranteed to leave you with a smile on your face and on the edge of your seat.