Trapped in a house of horror, seven people discover that the only way they'll get out alive is to tell their scariest stories, setting the stage for five tales from directors Ken Russell, Sean S. Cunningham, Joe Dante, Monte Hellman and John Gaeta. This anthology includes spine-tingling tales of sexy succubi, possessed breast implants, nightmarish dream hauntings and more. Jayce Bartok, Lara Harris and Henry Gibson star.
- Stars:Jayce Bartok, Henry Gibson, Lara Harris, Scott Lowell, Dick Miller, Michèle-Barbara Pelletier, John Saxon, Rachel Veltri, Richard Ian Cox, Glynis Davies, Scott Heindl, Rob deLeeuw, Mina E. Mina, Winston Rekert, Ken Russell,
- Country:USA, Japan
- Director:Sean S. Cunningham, Joe Dante, John Gaeta, Monte Hellman, Ken Russell,
- Writer:Dennis Bartok
Seven strangers on a Hollywood movie studio tour are trapped inside an infamous House of Horror and forced to tell their most terrifying stories to get out alive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Trapped Ashes torrent reviews
(es) wrote: A classic Molire play is rehearsed in a small island of France. Alceste, the blas character of the play, is the part Serge wants. Rightly so, since he identifies with it personnally. In a typical french way, we are following the characters revealing their characters. They seem all a bit narcissistic, like a bit isolated from each other even though they interact rather intimately at times. Therefore proving Molire right. Intellectually satisfying, morally frustrating. Love does not blossom.
(gb) wrote: The 3rd and final film in the Millenium trilogy. This along with the first 2 films are among the best foreign films I've ever seen. Noomi Rapace and Michael Nyqvist are fantastic.
(jp) wrote: Low-budget U.S. production, Dog Tags is a decidedly questionable 'prodigal son' movie that revolves around two unlikely male duo on a journey of self-exploration. The plot meanders and loses traction in numerous scenes, while much-needed chemistry between leads doesn't quite sizzle. One positive: gay movie where being gay isn't the tragic focus or outcome.
(jp) wrote: one dumb horror cliche after another. yawn.
(gb) wrote: Oh My God! Fuck This Fucking Movie!I heard a lot of bad stuff about it,They made Fake people who are all stupidAnd making a bad movie is a lot easier than making a good one,This is the easiest movie to make because it's so bad!B A A A A A A A A A A A A A D! BAD!Score: 0/10
(us) wrote: It's mostly standard horror movie fare. I thought the premise was interesting though and it's not that bad. It's not that great either but it's a funny watch. The characters are standard and annoying though.
(au) wrote: Excellent movie about Saint Patrick
(ca) wrote: Iceland is so beautiful....
(es) wrote: good for some parts, but it lacks in realism
(br) wrote: Surprisingly effective feature length TV movie which generates plenty of suspense and offers some deliciously spooky moments.
(de) wrote: need to see this movie! we've seen caddy Shack independence day rocky etc a gazillion times! there needs to be more of these hidden gems available
(br) wrote: After watching Each Dawn I Die you're not really going to wonder why its not one of James Cagney's more well known movies but its well worth the watch. This time out Cagney plays a tough guy reporter who gets framed for murder while trying to expose a corrupt would be politician. Inside he meets a career criminal who helps him clear his name. The first two acts are pretty solid but somewhere in the last act it kind of craps out. Its not exactly The Shawshank Redemption and its not quite Brute Force but for fans of Cagney and George Raft watching won't be wasted time.
(nl) wrote: Much better movie than people say. Although Jessica Alba has some moments of vapidness, she still looks amazing. The underwater scenes are really well done by the cinematographer. And of course great bodies for both sexes. Enjoyed it myself.
(it) wrote: same mistake by flixster