Tombstone: The History of the Undertaker

Tombstone: The History of the Undertaker

The documentary and full story of the most frightening athlete in American history.

Since his eerie debut at the 1990 Survivor Series, the Undertaker has gone on to take the WWE championship four times and become one of the most popular--and feared--superstars in the history of the squared circle. This three-disc set traces the in-ring evolution of the wrestler known as the Phenom, the American Badass and the Deadman through 21 of his greatest bouts, with bonus footage, rare interviews and more. 10 hrs . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tombstone: The History of the Undertaker torrent reviews

Jordan B (nl) wrote: I'm gonna start this out by saying that Chronicle is one of my favorite movies of all time. It put the perfect twist on found footage films and shined a bright light on what can only be explained as what would be more than likely to happen if a person, let a lone a teenager or group of teenagers somehow gained superpowers. They would be confused and hidden with their abilities, and as their powers grew, there would be a massive chance that one of the people would begin to become power drunk and use their abilities to hurt innocent people. This movie is what put Dane DeHaan on the map for me as a good actor along with Micheal B. Jordan. In my personal opinion there is absolutely no flaws in this film and I consider it to be a masterpiece in the history of film making. Now what I would really like to see is director Josh Trank and writer Max Landis to get back to work together to make Chronicle 2 simply because I feel like a not specifically found footage film about Matt's struggle with keeping his life together while trying to find ways to use his power for good would be a just as equally mind blowing film as Chronicle is.

Ray B (us) wrote: This slow-burn indie was definitely worth the view. Solid performances, decent script and some minimal, but very good special effects. It lingers with you after watching in a nasty, disturbing kinda way. Recommend it especially for genre fans who are looking for something different - kinda like the main characters are, lol!

Christopher P (de) wrote: sarah polley = movie gold. while there were some problems with this (it felt like the whole 2nd act where all the "meaning" is just whizzed by way too fast. good perfs from polley, julie christie, helen mirren, and robert john burke as "the monster."

Bradley H (ru) wrote: Sorry, Mel Brooks. I'm a big fan, but this is not one of your better efforts. Parts of it are funny, but others parts are just painfully bad.

Richard C (ag) wrote: You don't really care for the people in the movie and they are practically all you see the entire run time.

Cameron H (es) wrote: Don't confuse this for a horror movie, just because Alien is one of the best horror/science-fiction movies ever made. This is 1980s sci-fi/action, a competition for who (or what) stands as King of the Jungle. Problem is, the director and writing team cannot seem to figure out whether they want horror or action, and, because of the lack of focus, the fusion of the two genres is annoyingly uneven. On top of that, while the supporting cast gives what they got in their performances, AWNALD cannot muster up one shit until the final third, when it is only himself and the predator. Predator does succeed in sustaining a tense environment where everyone must stand post as the hunter or be hunted, but the first two thirds never quite conjure the primal, riveting energy that the final third hurls at us. Holy moly, is that last half hour great.