The House of Seven Corpses
A director is filming on location in a house where seven murders were committed. The caretaker warns them not to mess with things they do not understand (the murders were occult related), but the director wants to be as authentic as possible and has his cast re-enact rituals that took place in the house thus summoning a ghoul from the nearby cemetery to bump the whole film crew off one by one.
Everybody supposes the ancient house was happened seven murders in the past. A directer choose this house to film. The caretaker warns them not to make chaos unless they want to gets terrible nightmare but they do not believe in his advice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The House of Seven Corpses torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Si quieres accion y uno que otro giro de trama aqui la tienes no es la gran cosa en cuanto personajes e historia simplemente todos actuan conforme al papel para el que fueron creados y la formula funciona, por lo que tenemos al policia bueno que es muy bueno en lo que hace al malo que es una "Mente maestra" al policia que parece malo pero no lo es tanto en si una pelicula con una serie de pruebas tipo maxima velocidad buena para desestrezarse
(mx) wrote: Cold Storage is a wierd, goofy, horribly acted but at times surprisingly disturbing gross out horrer film, thats ultimately really not worth your time.
(jp) wrote: Guess Who truly has its moments but not nearly enough of them to equalize the pressure induced by Percy and his inadvertently uncomfortable and poorly justified dialogue which mostly contains such blatant racism that its target audience (which isn't all that clear) may actually find it offensive. Furthermore, Mac and Kutcher share a painfully scarce amount of chemistry.
(ru) wrote: A great improvement to the already exceptional original.
(br) wrote: Ok I was bored. But I did enjoy the 1990's flashbacks while watching. Plus the 'special effects' were so dated I was rollin'!!!
(kr) wrote: Garner carries the film but it is one to treasure.
(it) wrote: Rollin somewhere down the middle with this one.
(jp) wrote: It was interesting enough, but I really didn't like Ashleigh Ball...She annoyed me the whole time. How can you be not just one, but TWO voices on a show and seriously know nothing about it? /sigh/ I was hoping she would be cooler...if anything she was 20% lamer than expected.
(ag) wrote: Woman seem to like this little character comedy more then men and that's the case with me also.
(mx) wrote: I recently watched this movie end-to-end for the third or fourth time, which in itself says something! I like the characters and seedy world of novelist George Higgins, and this movie captures (what innocent ol' me imagines to be) the feel of that world really well. I loved watching the menacing, dirty and ever-patient world of these characters, and the performances were believable. I didn't like the underscoring/clips (the movie didn't need it) but did like depth and theme those clips were trying to capture. I surely will watch and enjoy this movie again some day, much in the way I re-watch crime movies like Drive and Chinatown :)
(kr) wrote: Adapted from Arthur Ransome's 1930 childrens novel of the same name, and directed by Claude Whatham, (That'll Be the Day (1973) and Hoodwink (1981)), this is a sweet and innocent children's adventure, made for a meagre $250,000. It's a prime example of the kinds of children's film that simply doesn't get made anymore, as the frolics that they play in the film seem so old-fashioned now. Set during the summer of 1929, the Walker family go on holiday to the Lake District, while the mother (Virginia McKenna) stays at home, the Walker children, Susan (Suzanna Hamilton), John (Simon West), Titty (Sophie Neville) and Roger (Stephen Grendon) take a boat out into the middle of the neighbouring lake, and set up a camp on the island, they call their group the Swallows, named after the boat that took them out there. It's not long before they meet two other children, Nancy (Kit Seymour) and Peggy (Lesley Bennett), who are a lot more mischievious, teasing their Uncle Jim (Ronald Fraser), who is staying on a boat nearby, they're the Amazons. It's a very old fashioned film, cut from similar cloth to The Railway Children (1970), and it does highlight the art of children getting out and about and playing. The shoot was an absolute nightmare though, Ronald Fraser was never sober and the weather was very uncooperative, but a charming and precious film emerged from it all.