Shot entirely without dialogue and filled with suggestive violence and psycho-sexual imagery, it's like a skid row expressionist thriller following the nocturnal prowling of a young woman haunted by homicidal guilt.

This film, with no dialogue at all, follows a psychotic young woman's nightmarish experiences through one skid-row night. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dementia torrent reviews

Penny K (br) wrote: Pretty bad lol! Average Joe dresses as priest to con woman who is about to be married but is a sex addict to sleep with him....the end. Made me smile in places though :)

patrick M (mx) wrote: Great documentary gets the point across that everybody should be equal.

Goh H (gb) wrote: Well written, liked the pacing too. Anecdotal snippets on various modern take on love was naturally woven and did not appear overly preachy. Cliched ending, but how else could it have ended better?

Race H (gb) wrote: A fantastic foreign Indian film that is fresh, clever, witty, and will keep you rolling on the ground laughing your butt off! I enjoyed every second.

Ricky J (mx) wrote: Would've like it more if it as a play. But needs a little more as a movie

Donald D (it) wrote: Such a wonderful movie. The violence against women sometimes makes me uncomfortable, but the commentary and satire is all there and for a purpose. It's great. The book is even better (and more horrific).

Ashley K (mx) wrote: Natasha Henstridge is easy on the eye. I'll say that much about this movie.

Tim S (ru) wrote: Well, to say that Body Bags is a masterpiece may be overstating things a bit. It was a movie co-directed by John Carpenter and Tobe Hooper, but it was mainly Carpenter who had the most influence on the movie. It was made for Showtime in 1993, and thanks to Scream Factory, is now on Blu-ray uncut for the first time. I love omnibus movies, so I was always keen on this one, especially with so many talented people behind and in front of the camera. Presenting the three stories is John Carpenter himself as a "dead mortician", a role that's pretty much Carpenter himself with no real character to it, but you also have roles by Stacy Keach, Mark Hamill, David Warner, Deborah Harry, Robert Carradine, Twiggy, David Naughton, Sheena Easton, and Tom Arnold. Not to be forgotten are cameos by Wes Craven, Sam Raimi and Tobe Hooper, as well. It's really a who's who of talent on display, with lots of other familiar faces here and there. All three stories are great and have different flavors to them. The first, "The Gas Station", is a standard slasher. The second, "Hair", is more of an amusing good time in tune with something like Creepshow. And finally the third, "The Eye", is the most effective and the darkest of the three. All of the performances are good, especially from Stacy Keach and Mark Hamill. I wouldn't say that it's one of the strongest horror anthology films out there, but it's definitely one that knows how to have a good time.

Jim C (es) wrote: A Childhood Favorite that is still fun to watch even today...

Corbin R (kr) wrote: Reviewed the Director's Cut: Terribly cheesy. Muddled plot. Poor acting with crappy dialogue. Sadly Clive Barker presents a bizarre vision with poor execution.

Paul A (de) wrote: cool move enjoyed it

Lindsey S (ag) wrote: Possibly the most important film of this decade. Andrew "Mo" Beverage, I'm sorry to have ever laughed about your Waller Mill otter attack...

Moriah F (nl) wrote: This movie was full of "huh. Wouldn't have thought of that."I liked Michelle's character, she had lots of fight and was extremely intelligent, hence the stuff I wouldn't have thought of. I don't know what I was really expecting at the end, maybe the whole thing to be a big conspiracy and the guy was just batshit or something from the Navy, I'm not sure, but it was sure as hell not aliens. Did not expect an alien war. Damn. As a side note. I did not see the older movie and I had no idea what this movie was about going into it.