The Whisperer in Darkness

The Whisperer in Darkness

Written in 1931, H.P. Lovecraft's iconic genre-bending tale of suspense and alien terrors is brought to life in the style of the classic horror films of the 1930s like Frankenstein, Dracula and King Kong. Using its Mythoscope™ process — a mix of vintage and modern techniques — the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society expands on Lovecraft's original tale while still bringing you unparalleled authenticity. Horror and science fiction collide in the adventure of Albert Wilmarth, a folklore professor at Miskatonic University, as he investigates legends of strange creatures rumored to dwell in the most remote mountains of Vermont. Wilmarth’s investigation leads him to a discovery of horrors quite beyond anything he ever imagined, and ends in a desperate attempt to escape the remote New England hills with his life and sanity intact.

The story on a film set in hills of Vermont. Albert Wilmarth is a professor attempts to investigates legends of strange creatures and he uncovers terrible secrets which he never could has imagined. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Whisperer in Darkness torrent reviews

Luis A H (ru) wrote: It has a reason to have Jason Statham shock himself in the nipples with a car battery for no reason. What else is there to like?

Karsh D (br) wrote: Young tourists in brazil are abandoned in the middle of nowhere and are caught by a gang working for a surgeon who wants to sell their organs. Scores well on the gore count here!

Tai F (br) wrote: Omg~! that very good movie!

Gavin P (us) wrote: Shows how messed-up some bands/musicians are! Not really a fan of either band, but definitely an interesting inseght into their dysfunctional world! Love some of Anton's fights/pretensious comments. Certianly find anything too revolutionary about his music though... Also - why is the sideburns/tambourine guy on the cover?!

Rupa B (au) wrote: I liked it! It was semi slow paced and quiet but it went well with the movie and the setting. The ending was unexpected but...Im glad it wasnt completely random and that it didnt ruin the way things turned out.

Callum M (ag) wrote: The English take on The Longest Yard. Nothing special but enjoyable. Most of the cast from Snatch are present here (minus Brad Pitt and a few others) and there are laughs to be had.

Bill J (es) wrote: Great work by Willem Dafoe

Jeremy M (nl) wrote: One of those films that you only watch if you are into this sort of thing. I found it a boring film about an old perv and a bratish young girl who is a bit weird.

Archibald T (nl) wrote: Myra and Billy Savage lost their son, Arthur, at birth. Since then Arthur has been guiding Myra into tangents of delusions of grandeur. Myra is a psychic, you see, she wants to prove her gift but needs an audience. So she convinces (or is it Arthur convincing him?)her husband to kidnap a young girl, Amanda Clayton. They hold her at "ransom", but it's not for money. Myra wants to solve the crime by holding a seance. "We're just borrowing a child, Billy." She tells her husband. It doesn't end well for Myra and Billy.The film's interesting focus is between Myra and Billy and how sad they are as a couple. All caught up in a delusion, especially Myra who is just cuckoo. Kim Stanley was nominated for her role in this film and when the 1964 Oscars came around it was given to Julie Andrews for Mary Poppins. Damn You Poppins!!!

Alex W (es) wrote: Had to listen to the last :45 min from the back of the theater cause the cinematography made me nauseated.

Pipe C (it) wrote: Pues me parece mucho mejor que la anterior

Jaime M (ag) wrote: la pelicula es regular; ella es muy linda ......

Lucas G (de) wrote: The story is incredible, the production and direction are amazingly good and the performances (mainly by Jake Gyllenhaal and Vera Farmiga) are great. It call counts to make Source Code a remarkable sci-fi thriller.