The Haunting of Helena
A single mother moves into a new house with her daughter. Soon after the young girl has her first baby tooth fall off, she begins to recount that she is having nocturnal visits by a tooth fairy. It seems the house has a sinister history.
- Stars:Harriet MacMasters-Green, Sabrina Jolie Perez, Jarreth J. Merz, Matt Patresi, Paolo Paoloni, Giuliano Montaldo, Susanna Cornacchia, Marco Fattibene, Lucrezia Tosi, Massimiliano Carnevale, Angela Presepi, Marco Basile, Melania Maccaferri, Alice Filippi, Alessia Cannavale,
- Director:Christian Bisceglia, Ascanio Malgarini,
- Writer:Christian Bisceglia
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The Haunting of Helena torrent reviews
(es) wrote: 3 StarsGrabbers. Good Average Film, contains a little bit of everythingCheers!
(us) wrote: Good glimpse into a shocking reality, great acting..
(gb) wrote: Always will like this movie , now seen on my new big-screen tv did give it some extra's visual effects ! A Classic . SOMDVD
(fr) wrote: Based on true story...
(ag) wrote: I like the way the story keep me guessing and the flashback to his childhood with a very layback communication style.
(jp) wrote: I reccomend any and ervry one watch this. Great Movie for Catholics.
(it) wrote: Farrah in the movie that showed what a very talented lady she was ! It brought her many more ! One of my favs !!
(jp) wrote: Wonderfully acted and ambitious in its twin targets of homophobia and the English class system, this film seems aimed at leftie gays like me. None of the supposed sexiness really sizzled for me (maybe because they're all a bit young for me now, or at least they're playing characters who are), but the plot and the emotional investment of the characters had me totally enthralled.
(fr) wrote: El Topo is a film that seems to be greatly admired or loudly abhorred. I moved it to the top of my queue more or less on a dare from members of this group, some who have high praise for it, and some who find it ridiculous, disgusting, or just plain stupid. When I started watching it, I had never seen a single Jodorowsky film, and I had no idea that is was one of Ebert's great movies.I think one's appreciation of the movie may depend somewhat on a person's view of post-modernism. Post-modernists take recognizable symbols and archetypes and twist them into something different. Quentin Tarantino is a good example of a post-modern filmmaker. Jodorowsky is more pure in his vision though, in that he takes recognizable symbols and archetypes and presents them AS SYMBOLS. He isn't trying to make something different from the symbolism in his films; rather he loads El Topo with a breathtaking amount of symbols to the point where those symbols lose all meaning. And that is the point.I suspect that this review probably makes about as much sense as El Topo does. But then even Ebert concedes that most of the critics who have given their opinion about this movie have failed to adequately describe what the movie is about.
(fr) wrote: It's supposed to be a comedy, but it's really not that funny. In fact, a lot of the written jokes fall flat. What makes the movie so fun is Tom Hanks. It's really difficult not to enjoy Tom Hanks acting goofy. Most of the laughs in the movie come from him just making awkward facials or just acting uncomfortable. Joe Dante seems to try to duplicate what he did with Gremlins, by having quiet suburbia terrorized by some horror element. It doesn't quite work the same though. It's a pretty good movie, and one I grew up watching as a kid, but I feel like there are better movies of this nature as well.