Don't Be Afraid of the Dark

Don't Be Afraid of the Dark

A young girl sent to live with her father and his new girlfriend discovers creatures in her new home who want to claim her as one of their own.

Lonely and introverted, young Sally (Bailee Madison) has just arrived at the 19th-century mansion that her father (Guy Pearce) and his girlfriend (Katie Holmes) are restoring. There Sally believes that she has released creatures from a sealed ash pit in the basement of her new home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Don't Be Afraid of the Dark torrent reviews

Shelita W (ru) wrote: woman thou art lose on the 7t day

Cheryl C (mx) wrote: This documentary shares a beautifully told love story that began during, and sustained through, the Holocaust. A moving pleasure.

Amy Z (ca) wrote: This movie didn't do justice to what the book is like. The book is soooo much better. The movie was still pretty good. I think given a bigger budget and better special effects a remake of movie could be amazing.

Julia L (us) wrote: Weird plot and development,with Cusack getting less screen time than anybody else.

pete 1 (ca) wrote: still an ok thriller/action film,story has been done so many times before,family has family taken hostage he has to save them & beat up bad guy,not one of harrison's best

Robert P (br) wrote: Another Bug War Movie, it you like the first, this will do

Dustin D (de) wrote: Kieslowski's White is a comedy in the way Blue was a tragedy. I found this movie more engrossing than the preceding film in the Three Colors trilogy (which is only connected to this film in that Juliette Binoche can be seen briefly in the background toward the beginning of White), possibly because of the off-beat protagonist and odd plot of this installment. The film has a comedic premise, but unfolds in a deadpan manner that makes it more ironic than funny. Like Blue, it subverts the expectations of its genre, and transcends it.

Plain C (es) wrote: Don't know why people think this is a good film. Thought it was dog poo poo. I wanted to enjoy it too. Bloody bastard recommendations. Bloody hell

Allan C (us) wrote: The inauspicious directorial debut of auteur filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola (not including his nudist camp film). There are definitely glimpses of the director he would become with flashes of style in some creative shot composition or stylish editing. However, if not for the films Coppola would later make later in his career, this tale of an ax murderer would likely have been lumped into the many cheap though entertaining Roger Corman productions. Coppola was actually working as a second unit director on a Corman film at the time when Corman gave him permission to make his own film using the same actors and sets at the film Corman was directing. For a no-budget film, it's an entertaining (and very gory) Corman production, but it's a far cry from being as original or stylish as Coppola's later work or even compared to the similarly low-budget black & white horror film "Carnival of Souls".

Marilee A (au) wrote: I liked the Against All Odds version better

Private U (ru) wrote: Disappointing outing from the Farrelly Bros. The laughs were few and far between here and the groos out humour we love from them was just too gross ...