Bloodstained Shadow

Bloodstained Shadow

The body of a schoolgirl is found in a meadow. The murderer is never caught, and years later; a young man named Stefano returns to the island and is reunited with his brother, the local priest.

The body of a schoolgirl is found in a meadow. The murderer is never caught, and years later; a young man named Stefano returns to the island and is reunited with his brother, the local priest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Umair U (fr) wrote: Superb movie. Simple coll love story with awesomeness of Genelia. A must watch!!

Jrme V (ag) wrote: In Hideo Nakata??s ghost story Kaidan, gone are the past shock tactics, eerie ghosts and technological subtext that made Ringu such a vicious horror experience. Instead, Nakata??s decided to tap into a legendary Japan to weave a fascinating tale of love, betrayal and fate. All this mixed with horror for good measure. Indeed, don??t expect all the frights that Nakata has provided for us in the past. Here, he lets the story run slowly as tension is build through many layers of various characters whose fates intertwined carefully around the main (and cursed!) character. So fear comes not through shock or the ever question: what is going on? But rather as a constant malaise: how will the curse hit the next person and will Sichisin will ever get loose off the said curse? Costumes, set design (a kind of medieval Japan) and soundtrack, coupled with the fascinating excesses of Asian acting (they outplay every characters!) create a kind of fairytale atmosphere, albeit a dark one. Some images are haunting (the dead baby still haunt me), just like such a story should be, rather than frightening, and there is a sense of poetry in all the process (the ending is hard to beat in this). This is definitely not the kind of movie that will please every horror aficionados. But we can??t deny Nakata??s worthy new perspective on the genre with this downbeat story of cursed love. While not a masterpiece, it is still a compelling experience, one that goes through the skin and will shake those who like being challenged in their viewing.

Joanna B (ru) wrote: From Sony Pictures Animation comes yet another outside the box children's comedy. In his directorial debut, TV animation veteran and three time Emmy winner, Genndy Tartakovsky assembles nearly every classic cinema monster under one roof for a visually zippy fart-joke loaded kid's romp. Bringing Peter Baynham and Robert Smigel's ghost of a script to life is the dramatically over-talented ensemble voice cast and a ghoulishly lively score by Mark Mothersbaugh. the original stunningly impressionistic concept art of gothic eastern-European towns - if kept for more than closing credits -could have resulted in something special but comes across as if it has had all its edges sanded down for children's safety resulting in another vivid yet crude 3D movie from the box office meat grinder. Desperate to escape the dangerous pitchfork-wielding persecution of humans who he considers responsible for killing his wife a century ago, the neurotic Dracula (voiced by Adam Sandler) designed and operates a purpose built elaborate monsters-only resort.Obscurely hidden from human angry-mobs, Hotel Transylvania is a safe haven, a refuge to a mottled assortment of supernatural oddballs. Ranging from honeymooning flees to the toilet-clogging Yeti; all who dwell within are protected.At the center of the melee is Dracula's headstrong daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez). To daddy's disgust and against all his efforts to create a fake and scary "outside world", the almost-of-age Mavis plans to leave home and curiously explore the world. In a cunning attempt to make her stay, Dracula throws a massive coming-out party in her honor. Poised to celebrate her 118th birthday, Dracula invites the whose-who of world's monsters to attend, but when an unexpected guest accidentally wanders into the hotel and catches Mavis eye more than the monsters anonymity is at risk. With the help of his friends, big-hearted Frankenstein (Kevin James), his brash wife, Eunice (Fran Drescher), anxious werewolf Wayne (Steve Buscemi), boisterous former entertainer Murray the Mummy (CeeLo Green), witty Invisible Man Griffin (David Spade) and head chef Quasimodo (Jon Lovitz), Dracula must find a way to evict the slacker human backpacker boy named Jonathan (voiced by Andy Samberg). Can the Count control his daughter and keep her under his wing? Or will the mere human discover who or what the hotels inhabitants are? And if he does will it help Mavis to leave the hotels sanctuary?To avoid copyright issues, the films creative team has concocted a number of wacky yet inspired new looks for its fashionable monster ilk. From a rodent-like Quasimodo, to a consistently blushing invisible man (yes there is irony here), each character has been inventively revamped in a particularly 'Monster high' fashion to capture the attention of children. That being said, from initial tour of the hotel lobby, the screen seems over-crowded with a mash-up of mismatched personalities and none of the clutter seems fully explored or generally relevant. The incessant flitting through the hotel's cavernous hallways seems more like a time waster than storyline. Poking fun at classic monster-movie clichs, the lines delivered in various unsteady accents lose wings on more than one occasion. But there are some key one-liners like when Sandler's Dracula dismisses human blood stating "It's so fatty, and you never know where it's been!")The Verdict: Much like the films resident werewolves and their unruly litter of rug rats, Hotel Transylvania can't quite seem to pull all of its rambunctious ideas into line. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 14/09/2012

Sylvester K (br) wrote: Oh God why. This is one of the worst attempts to cash in on popular icons (at the time). Plot was non-existent, same goes with the acting.

Malika K (kr) wrote: Amazing history of India/Pakistan partition, and you can feel the struggles and suffer from both sides..

Robyn M (fr) wrote: Bad movie, BAD BAD BAD!Its slow pace, long and drowning. i wanted to watch it all the way through. lets just say i fell asleep, and attempted to watch the ending i put it on fast forward.

Leif T (fr) wrote: Not the best but it has its momets. Maybe I only say this because Im a huge Panther fan.

Nelson M (kr) wrote: As far as I can tell, Bird is Clint Eastwood's most underrated film. Bird is an expertly crated work of cinema which focused both on the music and life of jazz musician Charlie Parker. This is a beautifully crafted film cast in almost eternal night with the narrative weaving in and out from the past, present, and even the future. At times this film feels almost like a noir due to the film making conventions used to create the setting and atmosphere, and hey maybe this is a noir. This ranks high among my favorite Eastwood directorial efforts, and one of the best performances by Forrest Whittaker. It should be noted that the music is quite excellent, the soundtrack is worth the film alone.

Matt M (jp) wrote: A perfect example of cinema verite that should absolutely not be missed if you're a lover of documentaries. You feel for Big Edie and Little Edie, as their sheltered lives are told through stories and, sometimes, singing and dancing.

Ana Maria R (br) wrote: "Cinderella" (Aschenputtel), German-French-Spanish co-producition movie, produced by Omnia Film & Eurokim, directed by Karin Brandauer and starring Petra Vigna, Krista Stadler, Roswitha Schreiner and Stephan Meyer-Kohlhoff.The movie is based on the classic fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm.CASTCinderella: PETRA VIGNAStepmother: KRISTA STADLEROlder Stepsister: ROSWITHA SCHREINERYounger Stepsister: CLAUDIA KNICHELPrince Charming: STEPHAN MEYER-KOHLHOFF 1989 (C) OMNIA Film & Toro Film, in association with ZDF and TVE. All rights reserved.

Stuart M (it) wrote: Tries to imitate successful historical biopics like The King's Speech and Warm Springs but without really understanding either what makes them compelling or the figures involved.

Joe H (kr) wrote: In typical David Lynch style, this tangle of different inter-connecting timelines mixed with some truly creepy and disturbing material induces the desired effect on the audience. On a personal level, this is the one movie that has truly frightened and disturbed me - never before have I been so afraid of rabbits.

Serge L (es) wrote: Nice little Disney film. I wasn't bored. Lots of classic shots and bits of stories somehow clich. All fine for young audience. The planes look like they were flying, the animation was well done.

Michael A (ru) wrote: Eastwood once again dons the role of a harden detective but not that of Dirty Harry..instead he plays Wes Block a divorced cop left in care of his two young daughters and hunting a serial killer who may or may not be Block himself.