The Rite

The Rite

Seminary student Michael Kovak (Colin O'Donoghue) reluctantly attends exorcism school at the Vatican. While he’s in Rome, Michael meets an unorthodox priest, Father Lucas (Anthony Hopkins), who introduces him to the darker side of his faith, uncovering the devil’s reach even to one of the holiest places on Earth.

Though he is filled with doubt about the subject, seminary student Michael Kovak (Colin O'Donoghue) finds he must attend a Vatican school of exorcism. There, he begins to glimpse a phenomenon science can't explain or control...and an evil so violent and terrifying that it forces him to question everything he believes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Rite torrent reviews

Lau H (au) wrote: This movie is disgusting, shock, and scary. I seriously don't like it, but it is indeed a good horror movie.

Aline D (de) wrote: Very good documentary, awful experiment...

Mike D (au) wrote: Unconventional, well-acted, and at times uncomfortable.

Hookah Smoking Caterpiller (kr) wrote: I loved this. It was like a drama, and thriller. It had some cool gore parts, similar to Saw. It has a amazing concept, and really makes you think. How far would you go for your own child's life?

Matt R (kr) wrote: 'Dark Country' is an overworked copy cat type highway thriller from Thomas Jane in his directorial debut. Jane stars as well. It's about a newlywed couple who are making their way across the Nevada desert at night towards their honeymoon. They find a man who has been in a horrible accident. They try to help him, but instead are thrown into the most terrifying night of their lives. It seems like most of this film is shot on green screen and has a definite feel of 'Sin City'. The cinematography is also very similar to another recent Thomas Jane movie, 'The Mutant Chronicles' (Ron Pearlman makes cameos in both these films). The overall feel of the film is very close to other highway horror films like 'Joy Ride', 'The Hithcer', and 'Breakdown' with a 'Twilight Zone' type twist. Thomas Jane needs to stick to what he was good at; acting bad. He needs to stay out of the directing world, leave it for the big boys.

victor l (au) wrote: There's nothing remarkable on this movie. The characters are completely annoying and uncapable to inspire any kind of sympathy. The editing is terrible, the performances are bad aswell, it's a story that wasn't worthy of being told because lacks interest.

John B (au) wrote: Yeah yeah yeah an early offering from my 'pal' Atom Egoyan. Was this the type of picture that told people that he was prepared for greatness? I don't see it. The worst of Atom's film making abilities are on display here.

joe (it) wrote: watched it all the time on hbo when it was, loved it

Lampros T (au) wrote: Another classic by Ercoli.

Teemu L (br) wrote: Very nice story, even though it's a little bit flavoured from the real story. Actors and landscapes are good and this really does not feel like 64 year old movie, it can handle the weight of time really well.

Armando B (de) wrote: First of all I don't like that horror movies are coming out with the rating og PG-13, why??? is the big question, thats why they fail big time. This film was okay even tho I rhink that its no r based on true events, yes it does has some gory scenes and they were good, but then there were these scenes that I did not like. The story is okay , the acting was solid, but it's not that scary as other people are saying. So for this being an okay horror movie, but in my opinion they need to step their game up more, I give " The Possession " a C.