A small, seemingly innocuous plastic reel of film leads surveillance specialist Tom Welles down an increasingly dark and frightening path. With the help of the streetwise Max, he relentlessly follows a bizarre trail of evidence to determine the fate of a complete stranger. As his work turns into obsession, he drifts farther and farther away from his wife, family and simple life as a small-town PI.

Respected but still waiting for a big break that will improve his professional status, Welles spends most of his time on routine cases involving unfaithful spouses and the like. But some 8mm footage of a young girl being sexually abused and slaughtered stirs his life as he decide to investigate the case... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


8MM torrent reviews

Erica C (us) wrote: Laughable action flick with numerous continuity errors and god awful cgi. The movie is about a giant storm but almost every scene is bright and sunny. The dramatic climax involves the main characters running around an abandon factory look for cell phone service. So amateurish that it's entertaining

Dan A (fr) wrote: Christopher Hitchens is a pimp (as usual). Great doc, really interesting points made but as far as I'm concerned the whole thing is a one-horse race.

Mel M (ru) wrote: Beautiful, sad, filled with poetry, I loved asian movies, they're really original with lesbian stories. The imagination, such a hard and painful thing that lives with us and complicate our lifes, but at the same time, it gives you something to live for when you feel that you're nothing. Def one of my favs.

Kara H (ru) wrote: Becoming a dragonrider was not what Eragon planned for his life. But when finding the last dragon egg and having it hatch, his plans are changed forever as the egg will only hatch when it comes into the hands of it's one and only rider. But the king who was trying to force the dragon to hatch would rather see the last dragon dead than with another rider.

Jon T (mx) wrote: A reclusive and curmudgeonly Vietnam war veteran finds himself caring for the daughter of a friend in this superbly acted but uneven drama. The whole bulk of the film is carried by Danny Glover's exceptional performance as the lead character and especially little Zoe Weizenbaum as the adorable half-Vietnamese girl who slowly transforms the gruff character. However, two things prevent MISSING IN AMERICA from achieving classic status: 1) a subplot involving a violent-tempered war vet (played by Ron Perlman), feels rushed and less well-developed than it should be, and 2) the unexpectedly tragic ending. The latter is especially shocking because it comes completely out of nowhere when one is least expecting it to. It also feels awkwardly tacked on and comes across as unsatisfying, an unfortunate shortcoming of an otherwise moving and powerful film. The first hour and a half is captivating, though.

Kyle K (es) wrote: you just can't argue with it, its a classic, after revisiting this film after 12 years its still one of the great B movies of the 50's

James O (ca) wrote: Its far from brilliant, there's dreadful acting throughout but for light-hearted capers it does a job.

Anthony C (mx) wrote: all time classic funny movie Kutcher and Scott were hiliarious together in it