Trilogy of Terror II

Trilogy of Terror II

Three tales of terror: in "The Graveyard Rats" lovers murder the woman's older husband and encounter horror when they attempt to rob his grave; "Bobby" is the story of a woman who summons her son back from the dead; and in "He Who Kills" an African doll goes on a murderous rampage.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1996
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   widow,   occult,  

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Trilogy of Terror II torrent reviews

Nilesh J (es) wrote: The movie starts badly and is too amateur, poorly acted, badly directed, sloppily scripted, and somewhat staggeringly unimpressively choreographed. The characters are too artificial for a movie that is not a complete spoof. All leads, save Ritish, appear uncomfortable numerous times. Yet, the movie works in keeping the viewer entertained. Lovely songs. And the age-old story that somehow has not gone stale enough.

Romain C (fr) wrote: Touching and beautiful movie.

Mike D (ru) wrote: Didn't know this was a Tyler Perry movie, but it wasn't that bad!

Dominic C (es) wrote: Enjoyable fun, however it's a shame that movie special effects were used to do some of the 'magic' rather than keeping it real.

Tishanna W (au) wrote: The beginning started out's my first time watching it so hopefully it's a great movie with awesome graphics

Nadine B (mx) wrote: Meh, it was alright. Kind of ridiculous and unbelievable though, in terms of how when she first met that guy and he instantly accepts her, being all like, "Oh cool, you have sex with dead bodies...lets date" And then he becomes obsessed with her right away.

Mitchell B (de) wrote: Very cool Bond movie! The fight scene at the end is awesome

Alexis B (br) wrote: fantastic a classic in my family and should be enjoyed by everyone.

terri m (es) wrote: loved it. I made me want to go live there and connect with the people.

Adam W (gb) wrote: The Highlander in the African jungle with some plastic Gorillas swinging through the trees before taking a holiday in London.Pitifull!.

Aleksi W (ca) wrote: A bad, bad movie, but hey, don't get me wrong, it's one my favorites. Terence Hill as police officer Dave Speed and Ernest Borgnine as the older cop and "mentor", what a pairing, Ernest Borgnine is just a brilliant choice for this movie. The plot is simply silly, the acting is over-the-top and the soundtrack consists of a single disco song, made especially for the movie. A silly comedy and perfect for a drinking game. So... get 'em up there!

Tim A (de) wrote: My first Hammer film. Shocking, I know " I should've seen more by now. This being my first time, I was impressed with the period detail and the general atmospherics. I agree with Ingrid Pitt " I too think they could've pushed the boat out more with the gore, but maybe we're just mad for that stuff. :P A fine piece, and I expect to see more like it in the future.

Greg W (mx) wrote: Most Warhol films I've seen (or, more to the point, "endured") make me want to scream, but I thought this one was a fascinating character study. Warhol's minimalist, unobtrusive "direction" works here.

Gordon I (mx) wrote: If you can correctly pronounce the Japanese title, I'll bequeath to you the treasure the couple finds at the end of the movie.

Sarah H (es) wrote: Didn't realize that this movie was based on a romance series. You wouldn't expect that from the actual artwork. Sid Haig plays a pervert....ummm, so nothing really different there. The special effects were umm...very 1980s, so cheap I guess would be the word I was looking for. Seriously it's sad and makes me not want to read the series as well. This movie is seriously long...why won't it just end! Pacing makes me want to hurt myself because it just DRAGS!

Iris T (mx) wrote: Nicely filmed with definite and accurate ethnic side with its concomitant issues. Unbelievable to see Keira Knightley as "Jules"