The Remnant

The Remnant

Two grim murders in a rural town seem like a run-of-the-mill killing spree, until a local prosecutor discovers a mysterious connection that leads the cops to the prime suspect -- a criminal who died 30 years before. But how can a killer continue his bloodletting from the grave? Directed by Rick Jordan, this entertaining and otherworldly fright fest stars Jeff Marlow, Rick Jordan, Joe Estevez, Roxzane T. Mims and Teresa Castracane.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:106 minutes
  • Release:2001
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   police,   flashback,  

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The Remnant torrent reviews

Stefano B (fr) wrote: Racconta una vita difficile con leggerezza ma senza faciloneria. Ottima la sceneggiatura e le prove degli attori.

Andy L (us) wrote: 70 points. Jay Chou & Chiling's movie.

Sullivan L (au) wrote: If you manage to get into it, this is quite fascinating. Ulliel and Beart both are excellent.

Emilia (mx) wrote: odd little thing. but interesting, kinda funny and nick cave's role was nice to watch.

Devin H (fr) wrote: Unlike its contemporaries, D hasn't aged all that well, but as a dose of supernatural action/horror, it's a good flick.

Ann S (fr) wrote: perfect in every way.

Aj V (nl) wrote: A pretty good movie with good actors, like McGoohan, but a story that's familiar. Still, I enjoyed seeing it on TV.

John B (br) wrote: Ray's Johnny Guitar is like no other western that I have ever seen. Joan Crawford is incredible as the toughest lady gun in the west. There are numerous ways to consider this film - as an outsider's perspective, as a subtle romance, as subversive..and it works in any way that you view it.

Aditya M (de) wrote: I didn't feel the mystical awe this slightly heavy-handed film was trying so hard to impress upon its viewers, but it is nevertheless an interesting guided tour through a landmark cultural discovery.

Lucas A (au) wrote: Lindo filme! Gostei muito.

Gabriel C (kr) wrote: Funny, poignant and heartfelt, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World features a delightfully offbeat take on the apocalypse and charming performances from Steve Carell and Keira Knightley.

Timothy S (it) wrote: "Three O'Clock High" is a clever albeit slight teem version of the classic western, but it almost has as much working against it as it does working for it. It's a great example of a talented director showing a lot of promise with his debut feature, but it would take a second picture for him to find his groove. Phil Joanau has some good moments here, and his artistry behind the camera helps elevate this simple plot. Without him and this would have been even more bland. I liked some of the supporting actors in the cast, most notably Stacey Glick who is very funny and likable as our hero's little sister. The problem is that the two young leads are bland and forgettable, especially newcomer Casey Siemaszko. He's someone that we're supposed to identify with and root for, but he doesn't have much of a personality. It's hard to get behind him, but he fares better than his co-star Richard Tyson who I guess does what he can with the weak material he's given to deal with. But the role is so underwritten that you wonder why the screenwriters bothered giving his character a name. They could have just called him "The Bully" because he's given no motivation and only the sketchiest of backgrounds. And the fight that closes the film is built up so much that almost anyway the filmmakers write it, it will not be able to live up to the hype. And such was the case. Still, I loved the film's visual style and face pace enough to give it a very mild recommendation. Watching "Three O'Clock High", you can almost see a better movie bubbling under the surface. It rarely breaks through to the top.