Dark Was the Night
An evil is unleashed in a small town when a logging company sets up shop in the neighboring woods. Isolated and threatened, a mysterious force hidden within the trees outside the small town of Maiden Woods, strikes fear in the townspeople as Sheriff Paul Shields attempts to overcome the demons of his past while protecting those that he loves.
Isolated and threatened, a mysterious force hidden within the trees outside the small town of Maiden Woods, strikes fear in the townspeople as Sheriff Paul Shields attempts to overcome the demons of his past while protecting those that he loves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dark Was the Night torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: thought the film was good for children
(ca) wrote: This one was full of surprises, but sadly, few of them were good ones. At least at 50 minutes duration, the pain did not last long, but even so, it seemed longer than its running length. A BBC TV production means of course impeccable production values and I am normally a huge fan of Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson. It was the story and the presentation that were lacking. Most of the film consisted of a voice over narration of what was going though his mind through the course of the encounter. Very little action can still be engrossing if the conversation sparkles. The description of this calls it a poetic monologue. I call it pretentious prattle. I will give it three stars, but only because of Emma. Without her it would have been an unmitigated disaster.
(de) wrote: love - i can also relate to this movie
(jp) wrote: This is pretty funny, cool, little independant Australian movie, only watched it coz it has Sam Worthington in it! He's the wronged hero of the piece, the twist u can see comin a mile away if u've watched as many movies as i have and David Wenham as Spit is brilliant, the courtroom bit had me pissin myself! Well worth a look as its good gets revenge over dodgy crooks and coppers! Oh and Sam Worthington is in it!
(de) wrote: Satisfyingly non-stereotypical where it mattered. To comment on the summary review: How can something be both trite and refreshing?
(kr) wrote: A good movie but could have used better effects.
(kr) wrote: Loved this movie when I saw it.
(au) wrote: Pretty entertaining suspense thriller starring Mary Steenburgen as an aspiring actress who takes a screen test in a mansion and is then kept prisoner in house by the crazy "director". Some pretty obvious surprises throughout, but it's entertaining enough. And I enjoy thrillers that take place in one location (when done right of course). Good film, worth a look if it's on TV and there's nothing else on.
(de) wrote: Another Madonna film.
(kr) wrote: A lame sci-fi yarn about a robot, a girl and a giant brain. Cheap and silly on all counts.
(jp) wrote: Grande Ettore Scola e indimenticabili Nino Manfredi e i vari parenti annessi e connessi!
(au) wrote: Mildly amusing flick in which a mad scientist resurrects the classic monsters. Plans don't go so well when they all come out 3 feet tall.
(mx) wrote: Sweet movie, lots going on
(br) wrote: "I was born to murder the world." Clive Barker's third and final film as director is an underrated genre mashup supported by four performances from actors never again given material this weighty or as against type. Scott Bakula is an exceptional Sam Spade stand-in, and he carries the supernatural shenanigans with Humphrey Bogart's dry acceptance. Kevin J O'Connor, who is normally regulated to the comic relief sidekick persona, is exceptionally sad as the fallen magician but he somehow manages to evoke power. Famke Janssen was simply born to be the Femme Fatale; she's pure sex & danger. And Daniel Von Bargen might just be the proudest, shiniest, tubbiest lump of evil to ever Charlie Manson the silver screen. Lord of Illusions is the Chinatown of horror, a neo-noir caked in Barker's special brand of perversity that never got the audience it so rightfully deserved. I'll just have to take comfort in the knowledge that in the Fringe universe Bakula & Barker made a killing with a whole slew of Harry D'Amour detective tales. VF.
(mx) wrote: This movie was suprisingly better than I had hoped. I'm usually that person that figures out who the killer is in the first five mintues but this one kept me guessing to the very end. Plus I was watching it with my dad and when I complained that I didn't know who the killer was when the first guy died my dad just smiled and said Don't worry it was only Christain Slater, besides now the movie can start getting good.
(it) wrote: This is a light-hearted comedy with a terrific job from John Candy! What's great about writer John Hughes is that he doesn't go to deep but makes likable characters and amusing stories I want to watch again and again.
(jp) wrote: A ho hum experience. Nic Cage wasn't Nic Cage enough.