The Keep

The Keep

Nazis take over an ancient fortress that contains a mysterious entity that wreaks havoc and death upon them.

Nazis are forced to turn to a Jewish historian for help in battling the ancient demon they have inadvertently freed from its prison. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Keep torrent reviews

Keith H (br) wrote: Within minutes of watching, I was trying to talk my grilfriend into doing this race. I enjoyed the film and left very inspired by it. Would like to ride it myself one day.

Timothy J (br) wrote: Lars and the Real Girl, Fargo, Let The Right One. The director cites these as major influences on this Canadian-Danish horror comedy, my penultimate offering of Edinburgh 2012. Channeling aspects of each of these movies, Eddie finds a tone that's equal-parts playful, gory and humorous, without reaching the heady-heights of cult-classic. If only the gore-loving opera DJ had a greater role...and his own show in real-life!

Sharon H (ca) wrote: Enjoyable animal movie and Drew Barrymore fans!

Joe H (ru) wrote: aka Puppet Master 9. Not a great series but okay. Need to watch demonic toys and doll man too as they cross over. Fake Haim's in it too

Sowmya P (kr) wrote: i love this movie!!! an amazing blend of love, drama, comedy! can have many ppl relate to it

Arai A (nl) wrote: The effects are cheesy and Supergirl's wide-eyed, cheery heroine simply isn't interesting to watch for an hour and a half.

Stella D (ca) wrote: capra's most daring film was a box office disaster in 1933. it was denounced by women's groups and religious organizations in america and banned in the british empire for obliquely portraying an interracial love story between star barbara stanwyck and a chinese general (played by a swedish guy of course *eyeroll*) and it's criticism of missionary work in china. racist attitudes and pronouncements made by white christian missionaries made the film rather subversive. a fascinating film sadly stuck between it's progressive ideas and it's traditionally racist casting *note* someone has suggested to me that political correctness shouldn't be a criteria for judging films and that 'racist casting' may in fact be insisting actors only portray their own race. i must admit this is an interesting point of view. plz discuss :)

Richard G (de) wrote: In recognition of me getting my 300th Facebook friend...I thought I'd try to watch this film again. Wow...2007...has it been that long since it came out?! It's a better film than I remembered...despite it's sepia-toned CGI. A testament to courage and holding to principle until the end.

Ash B (ag) wrote: Dr Seuss is great. love to watch this movie with my son.

Tyler R (it) wrote: I really liked it. I know the reviews were very bad. But I had fun watching it and was entertained the whole way through. The plot was very generic but the pacing was good and was always moving. The movie had a great cast and the action was well done.

Jorge P (gb) wrote: I accept stupidity from people in horror movies but these people are the most %[email protected]!##%*&, they are just idiots. They don't have a little bit of brain. After the cannibals killed their friends, the last couple try to escape and they somehow began to trust in the cannibals. The stupid girl asked why are they dancing? the guy said I don't know. do you think they are going to kill us...I don't know?...Hello.... you are among cannibals!!