Sean Reynolds, a highly acclaimed investigative journalist (who strongly believed in paranormal phenomena), destroyed his career when the most watched episode of his reality show, based on paranormal phenomena, turned out to be a hoax. Sean saw a news report on a "Bigfoot Hunter" (Carl Drybeck) who claimed to possess the body of a dead Sasquatch. He believes Drybeck is a phony and decides to create a new show that reveals people's paranormal claims as hoaxes. Sean assembles his old film crew and heads to Northern California's "Lost Coast" to meet with and interview Drybeck. Obsessed, Sean is staking his comeback, his life and the lives of his documentary film crew on proving Drybeck's claim to be a hoax.
After a "Bigfoot Hunter" claims to possess the body of a dead Sasquatch, a disgraced investigative journalist stakes his comeback -- and the lives of his documentary film crew -- on proving the find to be a hoax. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kimberly A (us) wrote: He did a lot for the great Hollywood movies that didn't get enough play in theaters -- too bad.
Andrew M (ca) wrote: If Seagal's really in this, it's gotta be great.
James M (ag) wrote: An outstanding achievement in documentary filmmaking - nothing less.
Tony B (mx) wrote: Started off okay but then had a very stupid and unrealistic ending.
Calvin R (jp) wrote: Two towers was a huge improvement.
Florence (kr) wrote: Depois de brigar com seu marido e abandon-lo na estrada, a turista alem Jasmin (Marianne Sgebrecht) caminha pelo deserto do Arizona at chegar ao posto-motel Bagdad Caf. Recebida com aspereza por Brenda (CCH Pounder), a dona do local que acabou de colocar o marido para fora de casa, Jasmin aos poucos se acostuma com os clientes e hspedes do motel.
dan b (br) wrote: Most people don't consider this canadian gem to be a horror movie but if you're squeamish about rats you just might be scared by this strange little movie.
Stuart K (nl) wrote: Based on the autobiography Wir Kinder vom Bahnhof Zoo by Christiane F. (Vera Christiane Felscherinow), and directed by Uli Edel, (Last Exit to Brooklyn (1989), The Little Vampire (2000) and The Baader Meinhof Complex (2008)), this is one of the most harrowing films ever made about prostitution and drug use, even more so because it actually happened, but it captures the era brilliantly. Set in West Berlin in 1975, it tells the story of Christiane Felscherinow (Natja Brunckhorst), who lives with her mother and sister on the outskirts. She's a huge fan of David Bowie, and when she visits a club called Sound, she's introduced to Detlef (Thomas Haustein), who in turn introduces Christiane to drugs. Her habit begins there, and she's only just turned 14. After meeting Babsi (Christiane Reichelt) at one of Bowie's concerts, and she introduces Christiane to heroin, something she get's badly addicted to. Then Christiane turns to prostitution in order to fund her habit, and she soon learns the dangers of this seedy lifestyle the hard way. If there was ever a film to convince today's youth to stop drug use, this should be it. There's a cold turkey sequence which is nearly unwatchable, and it makes what was to come in Trainspotting (1996) look tame by comparison. But, it's littered with David Bowie songs, he even made a cameo which gave the film a bit of commercial success.
Jon C (kr) wrote: the poster tells you it might be another exorcism filmthat a girl may be possessed by a supernatural entity or demonic spiritbut no instead it's an investigative drama trying to figure out the truth behind the puzzling case of this young girlwe see a car crash take place at the beginning then cut to a loving family of two parents and their daughter in the cityand a strange bearded man pops up every so often observing the child and this makes her folks very suspiciousin comes Anthony Hopkins who as it turns out lost his family in a car crash (the same one from the opening) and during his travel to India he has come to the belief that his daughter's soul has inhabited another...Audrey Rose herselfAudrey then starts having nightmarish dreams and screaming in terror and only the sound of Hopkin's voice can calm her downfrom then on the movie becomes a constant struggle of a sort of custody battle between the parents and Hopkin's characterthere's only bits and pieces of psychological horror but just like 'Exorcism of Emily Rose' it becomes more of a courtroom drama than actually scaring youthat just doesn't seem to work here as much as it tries to be seriousand at times it can be extremely preachy breaking down the concept of life, death, rebirth, and reincarnation this sounds like something you'd teach in a class lecture and not in a supposed-horror filmmaybe it'll be fascinating to some degree but I really wish Robert Wise provided more chills because that's usually what he's best atthis is fair but it really doesn't deliver on what the poster sells it as
Martin F (gb) wrote: Friendship, Violence, yakuza. An interesting mix.
Ben D (kr) wrote: The Apu Trilogy is one of cinemas greatest highlights, and this, the second part, is a powerful, engaging tale, well told and impressively filmed. Wonderful stuff.
Alexander C (br) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!
michelle o (ag) wrote: Wow...this was quite the ride. Twisting plot, with amazing sets and strange relationships.