Xtro II: The Second Encounter

Xtro II: The Second Encounter

Military scientists discover an alternate dimension and, subsequently, aliens with an appetite for human flesh.

Scientists at a secret underground complex have found a way to travel to another dimension. Three dimension-travelers are the first to go through the gate - but are soon attacked by ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Xtro II: The Second Encounter torrent reviews

Daniel M (jp) wrote: Interesting take on Snow White, basically a silent, Spanish-themed version

Alex A (fr) wrote: Run-of-the-mill heist thriller that isn't at all thrilling, but is decently acted with sharp cinematography. Takers isn't bad, but it's not really good either. The casting ensemble is awkward, the action sequences are well directed but not impressive, it's overlong and it's riddled with cliched elements we've seen before in better heist flicks like Heat or The Town. All in all, Takers keeps your attention on a low-pulse due to all the action and the pace never really bogging down, but the atmosphere is too stale to be engaged.

Cat B (mx) wrote: A lot of people are likening this to Carrie. Hmm...nerdy girl gets revenge, yes. But that's where the similarity ends. It reminded me more of Jennifer's Body(which of course came later!) with the feel of the film. Low budget, high school horror. I like it!

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Jim M (us) wrote: Vietnam, 1964: Major Asa Barker (Burt Lancaster) is an advisor to the South Vietnamese military

Brent C (au) wrote: Unfortunately, nothing great about this one. The majority of laughs come from Clark Duke, everyone else is pretty underwhelming.

MarieBella C (us) wrote: This is a wonderfully powerful film adapted brilliantly from the award-winning novel. Kristen Stewart gives a truly star making performance as Melinda.

Daniel K (au) wrote: 1.5: Most of the time at least, it's like Winterbottom is just teasing us, both with the thought that we might see more than he shows us and that we'll get to see a real film. It's isn't hard-core pornography, but it isn't a regular commercial film either. It's something in between, which means it is kind of in a disappointing no man's land. I'd place it more with The Story of O than with In the Realm of the Senses or Caligula. In the realm of the Senses is still the high water mark for me when it comes to pornographic commercial releases, as it has both the sex and the story. Caligula isn't bad either. This really isn't worth watching, which is very disappointing because he's made some amazing films. The Killer Inside Me is my favorite, but Tristram Shandy and A Mighty Heart are both excellent as well. Sadly, I still haven't seen 24 Hour Party People. The concert scenes are pretty much throwaway and the sex scenes, while they are genuine real life sex, leave something to be desired, both in terms of their aesthetic and erotic appeal and in terms of character development. What I really hate are all the ignorant and/or idiotic professional film critics out there that seem to think the film industry didn't exist before they started writing about it (i.e. they make ridiculous and misleading comments regarding the originality of the concept of depicting actual sex on screen).

Cooper M (es) wrote: reminds me of an era we may be headed back towards