Chicago Massacre: Richard Speck

Chicago Massacre: Richard Speck

A horror film based on a real-life mass murder that took place in 1966. Richard Franklin Speck was a mass murderer who systematically tortured, raped and murdered eight student nurses from South Chicago Community Hospital in 1966.

A film based on the notorious mass killer Richard Speck, who systematically tortured, raped and murdered a group of student nurses from South Chicago Community Hospital in 1966. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Chicago Massacre: Richard Speck torrent reviews

Deana N (au) wrote: Load of pointless rubbish!

Anthony I (mx) wrote: For an animation that's almost three hours long, I have enjoyed this film quite a lot and did not feel boringt at all to me. I knew nothing about the film, not even seen the TV series or read any of the Manga books and yet I felt that I understood what was going on, so watching this movie shouldn't be a problem as it stands well on its own for your enjoyment.

J L (ca) wrote: I loved this, Im a Huge Pauly fan and him being himself in this just made me laugh 2 shit! I enjoyed it alot

Dammy G (it) wrote: You know, I'm surprised this movie didn't get canceled when a disease got to a lot of the puppies forcing the studio to have them put down. Oh but the fangirls of this shitty series wouldn't get another movie. Boo hoo.

Jenn T (jp) wrote: Not horrible, but a little blair witchy for me.

Barry H (gb) wrote: Pretty Disappointed with this film :(

Richard B (it) wrote: I like the Duplass brother's films for the most part and they are deifnitely a part of the mumblecore film movement. The film is shot very cheaply, but I actually liked the film for the most part.

Terminator 8 (ca) wrote: Oh My god they are so funny. But it was pretty stupid how to kill the Marsians.

Simon D (ag) wrote: Who could have thought that a comedy ghost story with Michael J Fox could be so entertaining, not me, but I was wrong. This is a pretty decent romp with cult potential.

Jeff S (au) wrote: This movie was actually better than I expected. It isn't better than Super Troopers but its funny. You can tell it was their first film. The lighting, acting and other aspects were clearly lacking.

Kate T (jp) wrote: Oh yes, I'm going to watch this.


Joe H (nl) wrote: Told with mythological grandeur, Martin Rosen's 1978 adaptation of Richard Adams' classic novel Watership Down is a rousing tale of courage and survival in the face of apocalyptic doom. Borrowing themes from the Aeneid and the Odyssey, Watership Down finds its heroes on their own in a dangerous world after leaving their ill-fated warren. They strike out across the beautiful and menacing English countryside, seeking a place where they can begin a new community founded on independence of thought and ingenuity of spirit. In many ways the film serves as a political allegory, mirroring the struggles between freedom and oppression, reason and blind faith, that we see in contemporary and historical society and government. Further still, the movies serves as a reflection on the inevitability of death and the importance of self-sacrificing perseverance in confronting that inevitability. The expressionistic hand-drawn animation evokes harsh, naturalistic beauty, creating a frightening atmosphere for its characters, and a grim but fascinating atmosphere for its audience. Even though death lingers in every frame, when the journey finally comes to an end, one can't help but feel satisfied and inspired, knowing that an important victory has been won. This is a beautiful and mature film, and I recommend it wholeheartedly.

Jon N (nl) wrote: Another childhood film, billed as a british spy movie. but not quite 007. nice cast, thin story in places but an ok sleepy sunday watch.

Stephen S (ca) wrote: Basically plays out like Restrepo with aliens. That's the best way I can describe this. It is by no means a good film, but it's not bad either. I can't say I'd recommend it, though it is a fairly entertaining watch.

Kimberley T (gb) wrote: Enjoyed this movie very much.

Oscar N (gb) wrote: Landmine Goes Click is a Horror/Thriller film from Sarke Studio a film / production company located in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia. I saw the film at the Mile High Festival last month. I have to say its a good film, but its one that makes you think. Its not so obvious when you sit down and watch it for the first time. Its one of them movies that kind of hits you the morning after you sit back and think about the plot, the story line and the ramifications about it. Three tourists are back packing around the Republic of Georgia, whilst taking photos, one steps on a Landmine. Stuck on the landmine he must watch helplessly as the girl he loves is brutally attacked whilst doing everything she can to get him help.