The Ravine of Goodbye
In a valley, with a dense growth of trees, a baby is killed. The baby's mother Satomi is arrested as the prime suspect. The police also learn that Satomi is involved in a romantic relationship with her next door neighbor Ozaki. The information was provided by the neighbor's lover Kanako. Meanwhile, magazine reporter Watanabe, who is covering the story, discovers the shocking fact that Ozaki was involved in a rape case 15 years ago. Even more shocking, the victim in the rape case is Kanako.
- Stars:Hirofumi Arai, Mansaku Ikeuchi, Arata Iura, Hana Kino, Hôka Kinoshita, Yôko Maki, Izumi Minai, Masaki Miura, Shima Ohnishi, Anne Suzuki, Kumi Takiuchi, Mayu Tsuruta, Nao Ômori,
- Director:Tatsushi Ohmori,
- Writer:Shûichi Yoshida (based on the novel by), Tatsushi Ohmori (screenplay)
In a valley, with a dense growth of trees, a baby is killed. The baby's mother Satomi is arrested as the prime suspect. The police also learn that Satomi is involved in a romantic relationship with her next door neighbor Ozaki. The information was provided by the neighbor's lover Kanako. Meanwhile, magazine reporter Watanabe, who is covering the story, discovers the shocking fact that Ozaki was involved in a rape case 15 years ago. Even more shocking, the victim in the rape case is Kanako. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Ravine of Goodbye torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Surprisingly this was the best of the movies of the series. While it was still confusing it seemed that three or more plots were squished together. This movie had the most lines given to the Tall Man, which made his character more interesting. The introduction of new characters was also interesting. I give this movie the highest rating of the phantasm series.
(nl) wrote: This movie is hilarious. It's not trying to be great, but it does deliver what it promises, with a warm and light-hearted story and good performance. It's a lot of fun, a lot of hearts and a lot of laughs, I had a really good time with it.
(au) wrote: Probably one of the most reprehensible pieces of film making I have ever seen, not a single redeeming feature to be found in this low rent exploitation affair. Apart from 'Sister Sarah'' whose on a mission from god to avenge anyone who has ever done her wrong, there is not a single character of value in this whole film. Every woman is either a whore, a drug addict or the victim of rape and there is an excessive amount of rape in this film, or complicit in the abuse of others. Every man is either spineless, a pimp, a drug peddler or a rapist. Even the church doesn't get off lightly essentially using the name of the lord to smuggle drugs. I went into this hoping for a Machete-esq romp what I got was insulted.
(de) wrote: Big Night is a little gem that needs to be discovered! Every little detail about this movie is so wonderful: the acting, the directing, the mood, and even the ending. Scott and Tucci made a movie so intimate, it almost puts the viewer in the middle of the story. The ambience this movie transmits is one of the best i've ever experienced!
(es) wrote: An encrypting tale of suspense, horror, and spine-chilling scenarios, Kingdom of the Spiders presents a tale that will certainly have you checking under your sheets, around corners, and jumping at every vague scratch you feel throughout the rest of the day. Taking place in the Verde Valley, Arizona, Dr. Robert Hanson (William Shatner) has been investigating the mysterious "plague" afflicting a local farmers ranch. The nearby university, having analyzed the blood of the deceased cattle, sends in arachnologist Diane Ashley (Tiffany Bollings.) She concludes that spider venom was the cause of death among the cattle, inciting a tale of romance, suspense, and terror down a spiraling path of web-slinging tarantulas, and live spiders crawling up people's backs, this film is poison to the arachnophobic.The movie begins insanely slowly, at least in my opinion, but it does begin to pick up into what has become an icon of the classic horror film about an hour into the movie. The dialogue and environment establishes the scene and scenario for the classic rural town that gets plagued by a mysterious force, this force amounting to the presence of venomous tarantulas attacking the townspeople of the Verde Valley.All in all, this movie is an account of your classic horror film- not to say that a classic horror film can't send chills up your spine. This movie is filled with many, many, movie clichs. Ranging from spiders suspiciously appearing behind car seats and windows, crawling through air vents, and creeping up your leg, this movie will have you checking under your covers when you go to bed at night. This movie is a taste of your classic sci-fi horror film. One thing that sets this movie apart from other classic thrillers is the use of real-life spiders for all of the scenes. Although this has provided concerns from many animal rights groups, this characteristic is what makes the movie.
(jp) wrote: One of the sickest and nastiest films on the video nasties list with zero artistic merit or entertainment value. It's just shocking and perverse just for the sake of it.
(ca) wrote: I once saw this movie on television. It's ok at best. Good acting from Kirk Douglas, but the rest of the cast was lacking.
(nl) wrote: The Exorcist (1973) broke box-office records around the world, so Warner Bros. wanted a sequel. Neither William Friedkin nor William Peter Blatty wanted to do one, so John Boorman (Point Blank (1967), Deliverance (1972) and Zardoz (1974)), and Boorman wanted to do something different from the first film. The result was a laughing stock, and it nearly killed Boorman's career as well. It has Father Philip Lamont (Richard Burton), who has been assigned by a head Cardinal (Paul Henreid) to investigate the death of Father Lankester Merrin (Max Von Sydow). The Church do not believe Satan exists, but Merrin's writings claim he did, which put him at loggerheads with the Church. Lamont goes to Regan MacNeil (Linda Blair) who is training to be a stage actress, and Regan has been having counselling with Dr. Gene Tuskin (Louise Fletcher), using a technique known as synchronizer, where brainwaves and memories are melded and combined. Lamont learns that the evil within Regan isn't all gone, and it's been lying dormant. It should have been a good film, but it had a nightmarish production, with the script being re-written everyday, Boorman becoming sick for a month during shooting and some of the cast fell to mystery illnesses and some of the crew quit too. It shows on screen, the film is a mess, and it's incoherent and just absolutely bonkers.
(de) wrote: Drama about best friends. One an artist who lost his long-time girlfriend and the other a man who has been non-committal to women. Never really saw the point of where this was going other than two friends who stick together even when one sleeps with the other's girlfriend. Film never followed up on Eli's dad dying and leaving him with a business in trouble.
(us) wrote: by its time this was a great 90's movie