Art of Darkness
Ben and Liz are a married couple still coming to terms with Liz's recent miscarriage. Too distraught in the weeks after it, she quit her nursing job, and Ben is struggling to hold on to his accountancy job after a round of redundancies. Things are not that great between them right now. In a bid to make some money on the side to help out, Liz accepts a shady modeling job for Philip, an intense photographer who works from his sprawling house in the middle of nowhere. But Philip isn't what he seems...
- Stars:Emily Baxter, Martin Laurence, Ryan Elliott, Adrian Annis, Lenn Blasse, Uma Dhir, Mark Hammett, Rob Maloney, David Wayman,
- Director:Steve Laurence,
- Writer:Ben Cannell, Martin Laurence, Steve Laurence, Ben Loyd-Holmes (supervising writer)
Directed by Steve Laurence, Art of Darkness is a horror film revolves around a young woman is held captive by an unhinged lunatic intent on transforming her into his latest blood-splattered masterpiece. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Art of Darkness torrent reviews
(es) wrote: This subject interests me a lot, so, naturally, it hasn't been much of a revelation to me. However, I truly believe that the film holds the potential to open the eyes to the average viewer, and especially to young people. I think that watching this documentary in high school might actually trigger a change in some lost teenager's mind. At least I would like to believe it. What caught my attention the most are the statistics. Although, being a marketing research major at university, I know that you should not trust numbers you haven't manipulated yourself, I still see them as important facts (maybe just out of context to support your view). What I didn't know is that media is targeted at male 18-34 year olds and designs their program accordingly; woman wath TV anyway. Or that 1 in 18 men in the US is either in prison or being monitored. And also the deragatory comments of popular radio and TV people; I really feel compeled to listen closer next time. It's definetely worth a watch.
(it) wrote: This movie almost made me cry! I'm a ten year old boy! I'm not supposed to cry at movies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(es) wrote: A disappointment. Each little anecdote/story was independently interesting and I liked how they set it up as chapters, but the documentary as a whole tried to be too cute and didn't work. In the interest of full disclosure, I never read the book. But I would guess that should skew my rating higher because I didn't know the findings of the little studies. Like I said, it was a disappointment.
(mx) wrote: Low budget but nice effort. Worth a look?on cable.
(ru) wrote: Bons comdiens mais le scnario bof bof.
(jp) wrote: i have already forgotten the details of this film and surmise that it will not be watched in the near future
(br) wrote: I thought this movie was pretty funny and overall enjoyable
(fr) wrote: Line of the movie, 'Arab Jarab. Una Libnani, Phane'eh (translation: Arabs are leapers. I'm Lebanese, Phoenician!'
(kr) wrote: Van Damme plays it straight, perhaps too straight, in this dull action flick. Devoid of any real thrills or any camp value. Just lots of bad Russian accents, a few broken wrists, and one homoerotic fight in a bath house.
(es) wrote: Poor Richard. Poor, poor Richard Williams. It is very sad to learn that this film was intended to be the greatest animated film ever. It could have been the greatest, simply because of Vincent Price and some of the best 2D animation I've ever seen. But Williams' pet project was eventually taken away and ripped to shreds, resulting in the abomination we see now. If you want to see the true film, I command you to watch the Recobbled Cut immediately.
(nl) wrote: Not as good as the first film but still fun andf its as camp as a row of tents,the Traps are still quite inventive and Vincent Price steals every scene he's in,whats good is it does'nt try to repeat the first film and it goes in a different directio and plot,added bonus is a brief appearance from Peter Cushing,good film.
(br) wrote: Silly caper where Trinder and pals get caught in a storm at stonehenge and sent back in time. A few clever gags with some songs thrown in. That's your lot really.
(kr) wrote: A Southern supremacist vampire tale with cheesy, yet jarring, special effects.