The Last Witch Hunter

The Last Witch Hunter

The modern world holds many secrets, but by far the most astounding is that witches still live among us; vicious supernatural creatures intent on unleashing the Black Death upon the world and putting an end to the human race once and for all. Armies of witch hunters have battled this unnatural enemy for centuries, including Kaulder, a valiant warrior who many years ago slayed the all-powerful Witch Queen, decimating her followers in the process. In the moments right before her death, the Queen cursed Kaulder with immortality, forever separating him from his beloved wife and daughter. Today, Kaulder is the last living hunter who has spent his immortal life tracking down rogue witches, all the while yearning for his long-lost family.

Centuries ago, Kaulder, a witch-hunter who was cursed with eternal life, managed to slay the all-powerful Queen Witch. Before her death, Queen Witch curses Kaulder with her own immortality, forever separating him from his beloved wife and daughter in the afterlife. 800 years later, Kaulder is still working as a witch hunter for an organization called The Axe and Cross, which aims to keep the truce between humans and witches. The last witch hunter is all that stands between humanity and the combined forces of the most horrifying witches in history. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Last Witch Hunter torrent reviews

Susan H (mx) wrote: The acting was much better than in previous PA films and there was more plot, but if you're after the scares of earlier films, this isn't the most chilling chapter.

Diana M (gb) wrote: I am so glad to see that other people know about this horrible/great movie! It's one liners are amazing, as well as memorable scenes. (Weirdo in asylum sitting there with a grenade in his mouth) I love it! And the music IS amazing! Yes 80's!

Farah R (fr) wrote: It's emotional. It's heartfelt. But it's lacking creativity.

Kim (ru) wrote: lowbudget horror with a big taste of fubar.

Brody M (us) wrote: If your having trouble sleeping then watch this movie

John A (gb) wrote: The star of this film is not one of the actors (though Pfeiffer is remarkable here), but rather a tragi-comic tone that keeps one guessing and which plays extremely well in the film's final act. Through the use of music and Frears' own narration, the film presents a fundamentally tragic story with a feathery light touch--and does so without undercutting the seriousness of the conflicts. Further, the tone helps us to see the fundamental superficiality and inherent misguidance of the film's world.

Luis S (mx) wrote: Pretty much the same as the first one except it takes it around the world.

Kevin W (ca) wrote: Pleasantly surprised by this movie after revisiting it again. I've seen this on television maybe once or twice when I was young, and had always thought that it was an odd fantasy film. Now I'm older and I understand the clever social commentary behind it I could appreciate it more. Honestly very enjoyable, even the visuals, spots of colour from the black and white. Good stuff.

Nate A (fr) wrote: Kung-Fu in the Old West is nothing new. They fail to do anything interesting with it, save for some good fight choreography in the finale. The American actors and "Native Americans" are bad to the point of embarrassment.

Emma G (br) wrote: memories of christams teatimes!

Scott R (br) wrote: A cute farce. Ustinov and Smith were great with their blue collar British accents, but the plot was a little short of greatness. Malden was good as well as an ignoramus.

Shawn E (nl) wrote: An average Cronenberg film. But I liked Fassbender and Keira Knightley together. It was an okay watch.

Christopher B (ca) wrote: This was pretty good. Not what I'd expect from Tim Burton but a pleasant surprise.

Ibrahim M (jp) wrote: A rancid comedy fueled by male entitlement and uxoricidal rage... "Home Sweet Hell" is the cinematic equivalent of the guy who's so busy ranting and raving about how untrustworthy women are that he hasn't noticed everyone's backed away from him.