A young girl's arrival at a convent after the death of her parents marks the beginning of a series of events that unleash an evil presence on the girl and her mysterious new friend, an enigmatic figure known as Alucarda. Demonic possession, Satan worship, and vampirism follows.
- Category:Drama, Thriller
- Stars:Jean Marchat, Simone Cerdan, Ginette d'Yd, Gaby Basset, Charles Prince, Fichel, Gaston Mauger, Georges Paulais, Charles Barrois, Jacques Anderson, Lugné-Poe, Hélène Robert, Christiane Tourneur, Isabelle Anderson, Jacques Beauvais, Claudio Brook, David Silva, Tina Romero, Susana Kamini, Lili Garza, Tina French, Birgitta Segerskog, Adriana Roel, Antonia Guerrero, Martin LaSalle, Manuel Dondé, Adriana Riveroll, Susan Inman, Alejandra Moya, Agustín Isunza,
- Director:Juan López Moctezuma,
- Writer:Sheridan Le Fanu (novel), Alexis Arroyo (story), Tita Arroyo (story), Juan López Moctezuma (story), Yolanda López Moctezuma (story), Alexis Arroyo (sc
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Alucarda torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: A suprising dud from one from of the best directors working today. Ang Lee fails to muster much emotion, nor much character develpment in his ambitious, but stale meloframa. Only Garrett Hedlund stands out as making much of a screen presence.
(ca) wrote: Surprisingly enjoyable, a well-directed dark comedy horror.
(gb) wrote: House Hunting (Eric Hurt, 2013)It's the very end of March, and I am finally getting round to seeing the first movie to cross in front of my eyes that was actually released in 2013. And I have to admit, since the big draw in the promo materials seemed to be the presence of Marc "Beastmaster" Singer, I can't say I was expecting a lot. But the movie, which shares a number of aspects with a bunch of other flicks I've seen over the past decade or so and handles them with, if not originality, at least freshness and enthusiasm, was a good deal more fun than I expected it to be....and here it is in early December and I am finally getting around to finishing this review. (Which you probably won't see until well into 2014. I'm a little behind.) Which says nothing at all about the quality of the movie; it's basement-budget, and you've certainly seen it before (personally, I most recently saw a lot of these plot twists in the underrated YellowBrickRoad), but it's got a low-rent cleverness and a general air of affability about it that I found engaging. The basic idea: two families, both in the market for a new place, find themselves coming to the same house at the same time for a self-guided tour (with those silly tape-recorded audio portions you find in low-rent museums and such). There's the Hays family, headed up by dad Charlie (Singer), and the Thomsons, headed up by dad Don (Cobra's Art LaFleur). Once they enter the house, the discover that every time they try to leave the property, they wind up back at the house, the playthings of the spectre of the house's former owner. And the price he lays upon them for leaving is a high one indeed.There is, of course, a method to the madness, and the families have to try and figure out why they're stuck here before the house offs them all (or they get around to killing one another as tensions flare; both fathers, especially, come to believe that they're innocent victims, while the other family is to blame for getting them involved in this mess), so there's some semblance of a plot, and the characters, while not anything approaching three-dimensional, are at least well-drawn enough that the viewer doesn't feel stupid investing a touch of emotion into caring at least a little what happens to some of the trapped folks. It's not a bad little movie, well-paced, fun, and not nearly as stupid as it could, and probably should, have been; you're not going to come out of this thinking it's a classic, but you probably won't feel like you've wasted your time, either. ** 1/2
(de) wrote: iiiiiiii liiiiikkkkkeeeee
(ru) wrote: Eficaz como filme de ao onde no se exige muito do espectador, nem do roteiro. Me entreteve bem mais do que eu esperava.
(it) wrote: This was just horrible. Not my favorite Xmas movie by any means.
(fr) wrote: Men in Black II is just like the first Men In Black. It still has all the action and comedy like the first movie. I would suggest this movie.
(jp) wrote: Michael Keaton & Andy Garcia! Kakov tim! Nema ovakvi trileri poveke :(
(de) wrote: A wonderful cute comedy! An 80's treasure!
(jp) wrote: One of the better transitions from small to big screen in the UK. Strong characters and fairly funny.
(ru) wrote: It's fine, not really bad to me but fine
(kr) wrote: Ice Cube is not the major role as implied by the promotion. Cast contains many recognizable actors. Achieves LA noir vibe, especially the scenes flipping through files in the dark after hours and the setups. Worth seeing. [ifc 1-08]
(it) wrote: post-accident monty & lee remick... somehow makes sense
(it) wrote: I Never thought Sunken ships will be this Scary