Where the Dead Go to Die

Where the Dead Go to Die

A troubled group of children living on the same block are haunted by a talking dog named Labby who brings them on surreal hell-rides between different dimensions and time periods.

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Where the Dead Go to Die torrent reviews

M C (de) wrote: Very underrated. The Guilt Trip is effectively funny and heartfelt. 74/100

Paul D (mx) wrote: Inventive Rom-com, although not too Irish Tourist Board friendly relying on every jolly, quirky character stereotype available from the Emerald Isle.

Latisha D (ag) wrote: i have the whole saga but this one and im going to get it soon i love these movies

Doug P (br) wrote: Terrible acting abounds, but the scares and decent writing make up for it. Creepy kids and good pacing make this a good scare in the dark movie.

Allegra F (jp) wrote: Very interesting look at the violent slums of Haiti. Also a very depressing one.

Chelsea K (ag) wrote: Oh gosh. Jon Bon Jovi as a vampire hunter. A badly done vamp-flick, but with this subject matter its either a hit or a miss. I??m not saying it didn??t have its moments but most definitely not quite worth watching again and again.

Sean M (nl) wrote: really good, strange sub-plots

Rishabh20 G (gb) wrote: The best romantic drama movie ever

Daishun B (mx) wrote: the best action movie in the white house :)

Joe C (ca) wrote: Kassovitz's debut, and his moment of glory is a fantastically shot tale of friendship and violence on the streets of suburban Paris. La Haine inhabits the grim, riot-scarred tenements of Paris' housing projects. Vinz, Hubert and Said are our guides through this Parisian netherworld. Each is played with fired-eyed intensity, particularly Cassel who windmills through the city with a .44 Magnum and a vendetta against the world, when a friend is beaten into a coma by police. Mathieu Kassovitz' black and white photography drains what little cheer there is out of the concrete jungle, and gives this gut-punching slice of social realism a power conspicuously missing from his later works like, say, Gothika. You'd never have guessed he'd go on to make silly Vin Diesel films...

Tom S (au) wrote: A lot of really fun scenes, but never amounts to much more than that.

Nolan M (nl) wrote: Although I laughed many times, I couldn't help, but feel dissappointed at the end of the film. This is basically all of Will Ferrell's previous movies put together in one. I will probably care not to watch this one again.