Dark Reel

Dark Reel

Murder, mystery and mayhem as B movie fan, Adam Waltz, wins Walk on Role in a film Featuring Scream Queen, Cassie Blue (Tiffany Shepis). Thinking his luck had changed for the better he steps into chaos with a killer loose and no one on the production safe.

Based on rare crime scene footage of the (unpublicized) 1958 murder of Actress Scarlett May. A supernatural Horror/Mystery based on actual events. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dark Reel torrent reviews

Diego Fernando L (fr) wrote: the best director, actor , writter etc

Anthony M (au) wrote: Fun movie, a little predictable but had it's moments none the less.

Val H (fr) wrote: From the director of Raise the Red Lantern and The Flowers of War. Can't wait

Nicole R (ca) wrote: Affecting, unsentimental little film anchored by a fantastic performance by (surprise?) Michelle Monaghan.

love f (kr) wrote: kwon sang woo my love

Andrey B (fr) wrote: A strong movie about human relationships, about how the death of both their parents affected the life of the brother and sister. Warm and at the same time uncompromising movie.

Frances H (jp) wrote: Excellently acted film with superb performances by McKellan and Redgrave. Carter Burwell's music is haunting and the screenplay is marvelous.

Jess Alejandro P (gb) wrote: Daniel Day-Lewis and Stephen fears are terrific

Jim S (nl) wrote: Sam Elliot what more can I say. He can really make the westerns.

Trevor W (fr) wrote: Despite it's bad acting and poor sound, this film is oddly very good. Sometimes it's accidentally funny, other times it's purposely hilarious. I sincerely, albeit weirdly, enjoyed this film.

Zachary S (fr) wrote: Well-made and interesting. Not his best.

Alex S (mx) wrote: Fun 80s monster B movie starring David Carradine, Richard Roundtree and Michael Moriarty.

Tricia M (mx) wrote: Campy fun! John Malkovich in particular is hilarious. The premise is utterly absurd but the film goes with it the whole way.

Eric C (br) wrote: When this movie was set in Japan, it made a lot of sense. In America? Not so much.

Philip A (ru) wrote: Simply put: The greatest movie ever made. Acting, scenary, story, music, everything was flawless. I only wish it was even longer.