Art of the Devil
A pregnant woman is abandoned by her lover. Enraged, she goes to a witch doctor and uses black magic to have her ex and his family killed, only for another woman claiming to be her lover's secret mistress to claim his inheritance and move into his house with her children. Not long after that, inexplicable things happen to that family and, one by one, they begin to die.
- Category:Drama, Mystery
- Stars:Hans Oosterhuis, Yvonne Grosfeld, Chris Baay, Maxim Hamel, Rudi Falkenhagen, Arisa Wills, Supakson Chaimongkol, Krongthong Rachatawan, Tin Settachoke, Somchai Satuthum, Isara Ochakul, Nirut Sutchart, Krittayod Thimnate, Bob Buchholz, Sherry Chiasson, Sandy Fox, Elvia Gaitan, Grant George, Yuri Lowenthal, Dave Mallow,
- Director:Tanit Jitnukul,
- Writer:Ghost Gypsy
Boom, pregnant from an affair, is told by her lover to leave him and his family alone. Enraged, she goes to a witch doctor and has him use black magic against her ex-lover and his family. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Art of the Devil torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: While the documentary is not the most entertaining it does make a valid series of socially aware points. It focuses on challenging our petroleum dependent society. It is a message that is one of the largest of our time and must not be shoved to the back burner. It sheds light on the roadblocks of politicians and corporations implement up to halt progress in order to protect their own finances. It makes us ask ourselves, how long will it be before we push to allow the brilliant scientist and engineers to change this world for the better by reducing our dependency on oil? It shows that the technology is available to improve gas consumption immediately and we need to do better job both in the short term and in the long term to fight our gas dependency.
(kr) wrote: The movie that answers the question "what would happen if all those educational films of 50's and 60's came to life?" Hint: The Answer is one of the best Sci-Fi/Horror/Comedy rides made during the decade of decadence.
(fr) wrote: one of my dads favorites. i love this film, it reminds me of childhood
(es) wrote: Adequate retelling of Four Daughters but the original is superior in all departments.
(ru) wrote: The first film credited solely to Lean as director, this is an absorbing and very touching story of an ordinary London family between 1919-1939 written and produced by Noel Coward. The fine cast is led by Robert Newton and Celia Johnson as the parents, Kay Walsh as their wayward daughter and John Mills as the sailor next door. This is basically a kind of compact soap opera and very appealing thanks to the skills of everyone involved. Ronald Neame's beautiful Technicolor cinematography really kicks this from very good into total classic in my book. Seeing ordinary folk in a domestic setting in living breathing colour 65 years ago is quite marvellous.