Vampire Diary

Vampire Diary

Whilst making a documentary, filmmaker Holly meets the highly enigmatic and beautiful Vicki who claims she is a real-life vampire. By turns fascinated by and attracted to her, Holly thinks ...

Whilst making a documentary, filmmaker Holly meets the highly enigmatic and beautiful Vicki who claims she is a real-life vampire. By turns fascinated by and attracted to her, Holly thinks ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Vampire Diary torrent reviews

Eugene B (it) wrote: Fair-minded and well-intented, but this DC adaptation is mediocre at best. Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths is a joy for the younger audience but a lack in awe for any comic-book-moviegoer, dampened by loose plots and no complexity. 3/5

TonyPolito (au) wrote: Avoid like the plague. Not in the least about quantum physics. Just an hour of existential dribble and nonsense that the professor claims was influenced by his understanding of quantum physics. The collective consciousness. The mind's selection of actuality from possible realities. Sheesh. Here's a line from his website: "In our brain, we become one with the neuronal images of an external object because of a tangled-hierarchy, a circularity." Check out the guy's website at hisname dot org and you'll get where's he's coming from. Which is a trip from outer space on mushrooms.

Mark M (de) wrote: Low budget, but well done; delivers on a few genuinely creepy moments.

Armando N (es) wrote: Con el pretexto de encontrar a Bin Laden, el director de la celebrada "Super size me" entrega un film que hace una diseccin de los elementos ms importantes de cualquier guerra: los civiles, esos que a nadie le interesan cuando de lo que se trata es de reactivar economas. La estupidez de la guerra, una vez mas expuesta, en esta ocasin desde una trinchera inusual : una "comedia-documental"...

Ash J (ag) wrote: The first one was a classic, the second was almost acceptable, but this third installment was a travesty.

Jess M (mx) wrote: i liked was pretty good...

Hollywood V (de) wrote: Odelay, ese, it's la pinta represented for reals, homes.

Randy P (de) wrote: It really is art, disturbing art, at the same time beautiful.What makes this not four or four and a half stars is that most of the time I couldn't see what I was watching.But I still was very intrigued in how they spent so much time (Eight Months) into such a short film.They tried so hard to create perfection. I think they were close.

Ilsa L (ru) wrote: Simone Signoret is simply superb as Madame Rosa, a former prostitute and inmate of Auschwitz, who now cares for children of other Parisian prostitutes.

Jussi M (fr) wrote: 70-luvun toimintaa ja pappa Bronson. Mit muuta sit tarviikaan... Mukana mys pieniss rooleissa Robert Englund ja Jeff Goldblum.

Christopher S (us) wrote: Pretty lame quasi-remake of Tod Browning's classic 'Freaks'. Half the movie seems to consist of stock footage of carnival rides being set up as bland 60s pop drones on the soundtrack. The plot is just a loose series of ineptly performed scenes completely devoid of drama or tension. Relentlessly dull, even hardcore cult movie fans will have a hard time with this one.

Shannon L (jp) wrote: Two honest to God war heroes in the same western? Who could ask for more?

Hanif M (ru) wrote: Awesome! I would love to see a Eliza Dusku animated Catwoman film after this.

Reece L (es) wrote: Coonskin is an enigma, a movie boycotted by black activist groups in the 1970s while simultaneously endorsed by the NAACP, today boasting admiration from the likes of both Spike Lee and Quentin Tarantino. There's no denying the visual wizardry on display here, but ultimately that's not really the point; viewers have to ask themselves whether the film's oversized depictions of racial/cultural/homosexual stereotypes fall under the category of deliberate exploitation for the sake of condemning systemic racism (and if so, does a white man have the right to attempt to make this kind of statement?) or if they simply register as limp and offensive caricatures of oppressed groups of people. Upon review, the intention is undeniably aimed at the former, the story of a group of African Americans attempting to reclaim Harlem from the stranglehold of systemic white oppression a deliberate attempt to discomfort stagnant white oppressors content in perpetuating their unspoken forms of racism and the racist imagery so prevalent in classic forms of entertainment. In terms of the execution, Bakshi's vision is unrelentingly unsubtle, lampooning racist caricatures with little regard for cohesiveness or consistent pacing. That being said, its an uncompromising vision of anti-racist material, its existence contributing to the conversation in difficult, but ultimately positive, ways.

Daniel M (de) wrote: Well this was very different!

Rhonda W (es) wrote: Best scene ever is the Bishop of Battle....I LOVE this movie

Jayden C (ru) wrote: kool as i want 2 see dis. i want 2 see every movie in da wole wide world of course im a movie lover

Rodney S (gb) wrote: This 1974 Pete Walker classic, is a definite trip into the macabre. A woman and her husband are sentenced to around twenty years for cannibalism and murder. And now, they have been released and are living on a farmhouse, and only their oldest daughter knows, at least that's what she thinks. The younger daughter lives with her Sister, but goes her own way on everything, usually ending in trouble. Meanwhile at the farmhouse, Mama is taking out whoever she can and storing them under the straw in the barn, after she uses her nice little drill to tenderize them a little. None of this is bound to be good about all of this, and as the story moves on, the more demented it becomes. Walker creates a world of "no body gets out of this one alive" kind of theme, even though the ending is somewhat of a surprise, and I certainly liked it. No Hollywood endings in a Pete Walker film. Very nice little bloody British horror film for the holidays, and after all these years, it holds up very nicely. Highly recommended, with a good commentary with Walker himself on the DVD.