Horror anthology about a college professor (Zada) teaching a course called "The Psychology of Fear". He brings his students (including psychic McWhirter) to his home, one dark and stormy night to tell scary stories. The first involves a young couple whose car breaks down by an old, abandoned house. The second has four trendy teenage girls getting lost in a bad part of town, and chased by a pack of vicious dogs. Last, we have Helgenberger confronting a stalker at the answering service where she works the night shift.
- Category:Thriller, Horror
- Stars:Judie Aronson, Marg Helgenberger, Marc McClure, Ed Monaghan, Alan Rosenberg, Monique Salcido, Pamela Adlon, Penelope Sudrow, Nadine Van der Velde, Tracy Wells, Ramy Zada, Jillian McWhirter, Patty Avery, Kent Burden, Jordana Capra,
- Director:Jim Wheat, Ken Wheat,
- Writer:Ken Wheat, Jim Wheat
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After Midnight torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Tornatore never disappoints. A truly enthralling movie, with great actors, and a surprising plot twist that loses a bit of rhythm only in the (too long) central part.
(nl) wrote: uhh imagine watching this is third gradeeee and not knowing why half the things happened. haha i stilll like it tho
(br) wrote: Average, with Mathew Perry showing he isn't a very versatile actor.
(es) wrote: Fun family movie - great cast, great storyline. Enjoyed this. There are very few movies you can watch with your 10 year old that are fun.
(it) wrote: A realistic and horrifying film about the dark, dualistic side of human nature. This is an extended version of the fifth episode in the Dekalog series. But it might to be to much of one good thing. But that's what murder is; horrifying and inhuman, and Kielowski really show it in this short film about killing.
(au) wrote: Somehow Kathleen Turner got the attention of Oscar for this essentially crappy film. Peggy Sue is given the chance to re-do her life and that of her husband (Nick Cage as another loser). This is not one that Coppola should remember fondly.
(it) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time.
(fr) wrote: "It's the best there is!" But read the book!
(us) wrote: A layered, complex and stunningly realized action epic. It's certainly among the strongest samurai films ever put to film.
(it) wrote: This is the Americanized version of the original Godzilla film. While not a terrible piece of cinematic entertainment, I felt rather let down, and suspect (since I haven't actually seen it) that the Japanese original (which came out two years before this one) is probably far better. The story (if you need to know it), concerns a giant reptiallian creature who emerges from the sea surrounding Japan and raises all manner of hell and devastation. In this version, it's told in a documenatry style format and is presented from the view of an American journalist in Japan named Steve Martin. He was only passing through Japan for some fun while headed to Cairo for business, but gets stuck there after the giant monster starts attacking. I kinda liked the format here, though research tells me that the big differences between this version and the original is that this one takes footage from the original and splices new footage of Raymond Burr as Steve Martin into it. Also, this version is shorter and a bit more PC as a way of making it more watered down for American audiences. The biggest changes being dubbing it into English, and removing all references to the atomic attacks at Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the firebombing of Tokyo. Okay, so maybe at the time people worried about appeasing WWII veterans, so they removed some material to ease the guilt or whatever. I don't like that because I've always found Godzilla to be fascinating because it's about the byproducts of nuclear horror from a country who experienced actual nuclear horror and devastation firsthand. Removing the references and showing Japan struggling in the aftermath of a huge disaster (but at the hands of a fictional monster) lessens some of the emotional impact, as well as the effects of history on the public conscience. All that scholarly rambling aside, this is still an okay movie though, like I said, the original version is probably far better. Unlike some of the later films though, this one comes off as far more scary and serious, with a more somber tone, aided by the grainy black and white cinematogrpahy and dramatic music.
(ca) wrote: An MTV Crowd Pleaser Which Will Not Amuse The More Up-Tight, Older Crowd. Pushes The Lowest-Common-Denominator Humor With Some Monty-Pythonesck Moments Of Hilarity, But On The Whole Is A Crude, Wretchedly Lame Affair..Thankfully Short Lived.
(gb) wrote: The Creature was clearly enamoured by Helen.