Twelve extremely talented men and women have been chosen to be part of the Phaeton mission, a 10-year trek to explore a distant planetary system. In order to endure the stress of being confined to their high-tech vessel, the crew passes the time using advanced virtual reality modules that allow them to take on various identities. But as the ship approaches a critical phase of their journey, a deadly flaw is discovered in the virtual system, forcing them to question if someone onboard might be a killer.

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Virtual torrent reviews

Hunter W (ag) wrote: It's so atmospheric and absorbing as any horror movie experience I've had, The Conjuring makes all its genre tropes feel fresh and new in a way that you feel like your experiencing them for the first time. It also helps that its leading couple is magnetic on screen.

Tan H (br) wrote: I am wondering if the individuals who went as far as condemning this film pointless or painfully slow ever been in a serious long term relationship :-)? I find the long shots/sequences sometimes more accurate of the nuanced emotions we experience in relationships. I kind of wonder if the shots were shortened/edited to what we expect from conventional film school wisdom, if the film would have really carried out the honesty and awkwardness that makes up real life human interaction. I'm not saying it's better or worse but I do think there's a certain integrity in this film that is unique to the sensibilities of the director that beats the hell out of the the formulaic machinations of big budget production, which is one reason why I rarely go to mainstream American cinema any more; Hollywood impresses you with production and film school techniques that dates itself as you leave the theater.

Chris C (nl) wrote: With satisfying amounts of gore and decent special effects, Mosquito is solid B-movie entertainment and offers a solid appearance by Gunnar Hansen, Leatherface from 1974's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

Janson S (mx) wrote: The opening scene and music define the movie as a pure throw-back '80s flick, but you gotta love Michael J. Fox.

Richard S (ca) wrote: Definitely one of the best in the Hope/Crosby road series.

Nayurin C (nl) wrote: A good movie, with the feel and energy of Brasil. The music is the high point.

Brad G (de) wrote: This fairly boring sequel to the better-than-you-remember Blacula does have a great opening sequence that sees a disgruntled Voodoo pimp resurrecting William Marshall??s undead badass to help him conquer Pam Grier??s clan. I love, love, love Richard Lawson??s Voodoo Pimp aka Willis aka Blacula??s Renfield and I really love his reaction to his invisible reflection, ??I can never see my face again? Well, how do I look??? Awesome. But the middle bit just goes and goes. And there is no Thalmus Rasulala to fill the Van Helsing void. William Marshall is always worth a watch but it??s just nowhere near as entertaining as the original. VF.