The Human Monster

The Human Monster

Insurance agent-physician collects on policies of men murdered by a disfigured resident of the home for the blind where he acts as doctor-on-call. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Human Monster torrent reviews

Nilesh J (mx) wrote: Supposed to be spoofy, slapstick but only kiddish, badly produced, acted and most importantly turns emotional, preachy etc just like the movies of the '80s.

Kyle C (ag) wrote: You should all be put in a communist prison for a 23% rating . I laughed, I cried this movie had everything. That cast and you give it a 23%! Get outta here and pound sand. Unreal ROMCON

Charlie G (mx) wrote: Movie seemed to start right in the middle of things. It seemed to move rather fast without any build up to the crash. The whole movie was one special effect and ended just as quickly.

Andy P (it) wrote: Jacbob Aaron Estes' pretentious indie drama is what would likely have been the result if Stand By me was put in a blender with Deliverance and made as an after-school-special. Still, riveting performances from the youthful cast of relative unknowns help the film overcome the shortcomings of the screenplay.

Corey J (us) wrote: was pretty good and the ending was very good

Alexander H (ru) wrote: The only reason that this movie gets 1,5 stars is because of Snoop. The rest pretty much sucks... Too bad... I had some hopes when I saw the casting =)

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Casey B (nl) wrote: Saw it a little while ago so I cannot remember everything, but I thought it was a pretty good if a bit odd and mysterious character study.

Thomas B (fr) wrote: Some iconic shots and an always likeable Audrey Hepburn can't quite overcome the unfocussed screenplay. Full review later.

Mary H (kr) wrote: The Let's Face the Music and Dance number is brilliant! Plus it exposes what heels guys can be :)

b d (br) wrote: Review (1~5)#Content: Script 4 | Acting 4 | Cinematography 4 | Film Editing 4#Visual: Costume Design 3 | Makeup & Hairstyling 3 | Scenic Design 3 | Lighting 3 | Visual Effects 3#Sound: Score & Soundtracks 3 | Sound Editing & Mixing 3#Overall (1~10): 7

Jim G (gb) wrote: I went to see it for action and special effects, & fantasy which it had, & some surprising scenes [where the dead moved]. I didn't go for the acting, so I wasn't disappointed. It even followed historical data, which I wasn't expecting either, like the a scene where the historical "bruised & bleeding" where beating themselves with whips [they got authority over the church during the black plague, where the people would listen them in churches instead of the priests]. The crusades killing etc... I know that the devil can't raise anyone from the dead [even though I have a Christian friend who does], but the movie is just for entertainment. The Catholic church looses it's authority, & a boy has to read the exorcism, to cast out the demon. I also know it's not a book that excises satan, but the spoken word of Faith, but it's just a movie! In reality we have cast out demons before, my one friend has done exorcisms where you can see your breath in the room, it is quick & easy if you Know Jesus, but it's a movie & Hollywood, so I understand they have to make exorcism look difficult like the devil has power. Naturally no one is accountable the devil made the girl do it, so she isn't responsible, just a reflection of present society. So, I liked it action, some special effects & fantasy; go & see it unless you are looking for an acting classic like "Lawrence of Arabia" It's definitely not that!