The Haunted School

The Haunted School

The Narranmoda Boarding School is strict for girls and has rigid rules of behavior, but the headmaster accepts four male students to improve the income of the school. However, the boys are segregated from the girls and the inspector Miss Fong keeps them under the surveillance of the dedicated monitor student Ho Yat-Man. The urban legend tells that the school is haunted and when students break the school rules, they are called to the director office and vanishes or are found dead.

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Percival K (kr) wrote: The worst movie ever! The acting is worst than I ever thought possible.The actors should hand in their membership to the actors guild and get jobs working on a chicken farm.I would be extremely embarrassed if I had a family member involved in any part of this awful movie... as it is I'm ashamed I even watched any of it let alone the half hour I wasted.Had they filmed it in the nineteen fifties with Japanese actors from the old Mothra movies that had english subtitles, we could all have had a good laugh, as it is it's not even funny and has no value whatsoever.Shameful! DO NOT BUY this! It's free on Youtube if you really want to see just how terrible it is .. but I'm sure, like I did, you'll stop watching before it's half over. The'special' effects are special only insomuch as they are absolutely especially rotten.How any reviewer could even give it even one star is beyond me.Uggg!!!

Daniel J (ca) wrote: Honestly, even though it had some funny moments, the overall movie was okay.

Sam C (au) wrote: Had to sit through all the Resident Evil movies because my girlfriend wanted to see them. Things I'd rather do that watch another Resident Evil movie with Alice the manhater: go to the dentist, watch another Once Upon a Time episode, dig my own grave, get sick on an airplane, clean out a cat box, eat vegan oysters, paint baseboard and watch the paint dry.

Jonathan A (ca) wrote: It was painful enough to watch people drool over a political messiah the first time, why would anyone- except a cult member- want to see it again?

Kobus P (ag) wrote: the acting's a bit better than the first

Franklin P (fr) wrote: awesome stoner flick

Evan S (it) wrote: A beautifully imaginative world set with a realistic scientific future plot. Is immortality really something humanity will benefit from or is it a curse that will doom us all?

Gena D (br) wrote: What a positively splendid ending to the trilogy. I wasn't fancy for the entire movie but the train scene with the toddler and his big smile I felt was the perfect wrap-up to the series. And a ginger at that! lol sweet ending. :)

Kristine D (nl) wrote: I liked the movie, I have never heard of it and yes similar to "Flowers for Algernon" but it is a good movie on its own. It is not a bloody movie or it has not fast cars but a few tears pleasant entertainment.

Senor C (es) wrote: Reporter Bronson investigates the slaying of a Mormon family who being fueding among themselves only to have the murders to be a trigger to the water they own. Not the best Bronson vechile as you can figure it all out w/in a mater of 30 minutes but still a decent time waster & it's nice to see Gene Davis & Chuck return together after 10 to Midnight (be it brief) & Charles Dierkop in the cast

Stella D (us) wrote: patrick wayne sucks and jane seymour is annoying but harryhausen still rules. these films are somehow perfect for saturday afternoons.

Alex K (ca) wrote: 1915's The Birth Of A Nation Is My Sixth Favorite Film Of All Time.

Pranay R (kr) wrote: "My Puerto Rican ass ain't supposed to have made it this far. Most of my crew got washed a long time ago. Don't worry. My heart, it don't ever quit."I was watching all Al Pacino classics the other day and I stumbled upon this little underrated film called Carlito's Way. Little did I know at the time, that this was going to be one of my favorite cinematic experiences of all time. The movie does more than justice to all it's themes of crime, loyalty, love, friendship and escaping the past. It has a solid script written by Dave Koepp, which when paired with the exceptional acting done by Al Pacino, makes for one hell of a piece of art. The compelling story of a former Puerto Rican criminal trying to escape his past not only keeps you gripped but has your emotions running high throughout the experience. Brian DePalma, like always has directed the movie beautifully. Sean Penn has also delivered a strong performance as Pacino's coke head lawyer. In my opinion Carlito's Way is extremely underrated and deserves to be ranked with, if not over, other Pacino classics like The Godfather and Scarface.

Scott M (fr) wrote: Really good Sci-Fi movie about the future. What if success was based on complete scientific genetically grown predictability and not random genetic births? I really enjoyed it. A bit emotionless so it doesn't have much melodrama which can be somewhat dull at times.

Gordo d (us) wrote: Unlike 8 Mile, this rapper drama has character depth, good writing and surprisingly good acting.