The Thing

The Thing

When paleontologist Kate Lloyd travels to an isolated outpost in Antarctica for the expedition of a lifetime, she joins an international team that unearths a remarkable discovery. Their elation quickly turns to fear as they realize that their experiment has freed a mysterious being from its frozen prison. Paranoia spreads like an epidemic as a creature that can mimic anything it touches will pit human against human as it tries to survive and flourish in this spine-tingling thriller.

Paleontologist Kate Lloyd is invited by Dr. Sandor Halvorson to join his team who have found something extraordinary. Deep below the Arctic ice, they have found an alien spacecraft that has been there for perhaps 100,000 years. Not far from where the craft landed, they find the remains of the occupant. It's cut out of the ice and taken back to their camp but as the ice melts, the creature reanimates and not only begins to attack them but manages to infect them, with team members devolving into the alien creature. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Thing torrent reviews

Jon C (nl) wrote: a very scary ghost storyI love Barbara Hershey in the lead, she has the task of playing a troubled mother who's life gets a lot more complicated when she has a creepy, bad sexual encounter with a certain spiritual presencethe film has plenty of scares and genuine frights most of them even tough to watchit also plays with the line bewteen reality and fantasy of what actually exists in our own planebut the reason the story works so much is that you never actually see the spirit in its full form, the whole thing is left to the viewer's imaginationthe doctor character I hated the most because all that these parapsychology people needed to do was to drag his ass to the house just so he can see what the hell's going on, I mean is it really that hard? they really make it overbearing having the audience see that Carla is insane but we know betteraside from that 'The Entity' is fairly scary to bootI love old horror tactics like this

Eric B (gb) wrote: Interesting documentary (kind-of) using motion comic-type animation. Dark, serious, and sometimes disturbing. This was an excellent watch.

Jon S (es) wrote: Wow, definitely didn't appreciate the 5 minutes or so of silence at the beginning of the film.Generally, I think it'd have been far more helpful for the narrator to have taken a stand (whether for or against).Lots of guideless silence. Even without pushing an agenda it would've benefited from presenting some additional facts.Seemed to be more of a photo essay than a documentary.The human assembly line at about 30 min blew me away (in a bad way). I could hardly believe people STILL had to do such mind-numbing work. The guy that's melding steel with no protective goggles! - equally appalling conditions.

jay n (ca) wrote: Beautiful images, good acting.

Sayer F (kr) wrote: Miami Vice is surprisingly great. I mean great. The performances and script, while not as good as Collateral, are still competent enough, and Michael Mann takes risks with the narrative to make sure it's not just another generic TV adaption. The camera work is absolutely stunning. The film gets slow but the atmosphere is top notch, making Miami Vice a wonderfully relaxing film at times, and despite the one dimensional villains and some other characters, the end still had me on the edge of my seat. Criminally underrated movie.

Frances H (gb) wrote: Warm, endearing drama about the simple life and how to {or not to). Love Diaane Wiest's smile.

Marko Z (ca) wrote: Rough around the edges in a good way.

Will E (nl) wrote: On Netflix Instant Watch, this is an original, creepy, unsettling and well-done little psychological tale of family matters gone wrong. Good '80s stuff!

Aiden A (es) wrote: Despite having most of the classic Toho monsters, this movie makes the mistake of focusing on the humans boring efforts to stop the aliens who are controlling the monsters. The only reason that I like this movie at ALL is because of the AWESOME final battle. It's an okay movie.3/5

Dave L (fr) wrote: Perfect... Just perfect.