Drowning Ghost

Drowning Ghost

Hundred years ago, three students at the Hellestads Boarding School were brutally slaughtered, the murderer drowned himself in a lake nearby and his body was never found. The story has become a legend for generations of students as well as a yearly festivity. Sara, a student, is writting an essay based on the legend and uncovers new facts from the event that will cast dark shadows on the family name of one of the school's main benificiaries. On the night of the hundreth anniversary, the festivities go awry, students disappear and something dark and unknown is moving through the schools corridors...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:Swedish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   suicide,   drowning,  

Hundred years ago, three students at the Hellestads Boarding School were brutally slaughtered, the murderer drowned himself in a lake nearby and his body was never found. The story has ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Drowning Ghost torrent reviews

Leon B (br) wrote: Review:I really thought that this was going to be a chick flick about a group of women who are totally against men, but I actually enjoyed the film because of its witty comedy and the interesting characters who all have there own personal problems, being single parents. I had total respect each of the women because they really brought to light, how difficult it is to bring up a child/children, by yourself. Like a lot of Tyler Perry's movie, it does get a bit serious halfway through the movie, when the kid goes missing, and I did think that the film could have done without that added element, but in all, I did find it funny and a joy to watch. The acting from each of the characters was believable and in some parts, quite emotional and it was good to see each of the individuals find there feet by the end. Watchable!Round-Up:My expectations wasn't that high for this film, after reading some bad reviews, but it's written and directed quite well. The somewhat large black lady and the business woman cracked me up, along with Terry Crews, who doesn't mind making a fool out of himself when he's on screen. Nia Long, who starred alongside her real son in the movie, really did bring some emotion to the film along with Amy Smart who played the timid single parent who was going through a difficult divorce. Anyway, the different characters and there completely different situations, keep the movie interesting and enjoyable.Budget: N/AWorldwide Gross: $16millionI recommend this movie to people who are into there emotional comedy/dramas about 5 women who form a single parents club to help them through there tough situations. 5/10

Jason O (br) wrote: you are sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo inaccurate about the movie

Erica N (ag) wrote: s skit, s stngde av efter halva filmen...

Levent B (mx) wrote: It's obvious that director Nuri Bilge Ceylan was influenced by Tarkovsky, but he cannot even be considered an apprentice to Tarkovsky considering the intensity of the works of Tarkovsky filled with philosophical elements. Tarkovsky's influence on Ceylan is mostly cinematographic, which looks like more like an cut-paste business.

Sean D (ag) wrote: This poster is a lie! Tara Reid's hair is never down lol! Anyway, another CGI-filled monster movie that is more interested in personal drama than an action plot. The film is kind of dumb honestly and is so low budget that I thought it was a SyFy original. Anyway, nothing special here anyway.

richard c (ca) wrote: I was a big fan of the fllm Malevolence of which this film is a prequel too. Well despite some better production values it doesn't even hold a candle to that film. Filled with an unnecessary amount of violence overkill we learn the roots of how the killer in the first one came to be. The other actors/victims in the film are decently developed and are surprisingly solid for a genre film. The direction and screenplay are the problem film. Besides looking gorgeous the film doesn't any real gratification the killers story is somewhat developed but the real truth is never explored. The film is kept as realistic as possible and is very mean. Building characters only to tear them down brutally for no real reason. the evolution of the events aren't very satisfying and the over abundance of shameless gore and pointless nudity feels crude. The best thing I can say about the whole downer experience is that it's well made and looks pretty besides that there's not much to offer here that you haven't seen before and explored more in depth and less bitingly.

Eric T (gb) wrote: Crock a shit, that ends in a god worshiping lashing

Jeff A (br) wrote: If you're looking for a basic, fun kid movie, this is a good one. It's pretty clean, and full of good, old-fashioned slapstick comedy. This movie is full of hilarious juvinille humor which can entertain most of us. It's not deep and there are no real surprises. It's good acting, good directing, and just a generally fun movie for the whole family. It's a little older, but still entertaining for modern families.

Alex r (us) wrote: Highly fictionalized made for TV movie based on the mission Bravo Two Zero, this film was based on Andy McNab's bestseller that recounts his experience during the failed SAS mission to destroy Saddam Hussein's Scud missiles during the Gulf War. McNab was hailed as a hero and his book was praised as an authentic account of the events. However, he made up some key aspects of the mission that have been hailed as pure courage. With that being said, this is a flawed movie that covers up the facts. I'm a sucker for military authenticity as I was born in a military family, and I appreciate and respect what servicemen do, but this account covers up the facts and that just doesn't give the true story justice. In terms of a movie, this is a decent to mediocre affair that looks more like a B movie version of a Rambo film than anything. I had mixed feelings about this film, and though Sean Bean is a good actor, I felt he really didn't offer anything to the screen to make this one a standout war film. If the real facts would have expressed on camera, then Bravo Two Zero would have been a successfully well executed war drama about a failed heroic mission of the British SAS. I read the real facts, and it is a more compelling and exhilarating story than what Andy McNab has written in his book. Understandably McNab wanted to glorify the mission and bend the truth to the point it was laughable. He clearly just wanted to sell books, and in the long run his memoir was critically acclaimed as accurate and the best work on the SAS. Well, it isn't. This film should be seen as a mindless action made for TV war film that is entertaining, but is heavily flawed due to the ignorance of the real facts. If you have nothing better to watch, give it a shot, but be warned, everything you see here is more fiction than fact, and if you want to know more about the mission read Michael Asher's book The Real Bravo Two Zero and Peter Ratcliffe's memoir Eye of the Storrm, which has been hailed as THE book on the SAS. In the end, this made for TV version of McNab's work may just spark an interest in the patrol and make you want to find out what actually happened, which is not that bad. If only the real facts would have been presented, then the film would have really been something quite worthwhile to see.

Martin J (nl) wrote: One of my all time favorite movies

Nishlank J (es) wrote: Its funny too but not as his other films.

Shawn F (us) wrote: The sweat from my balls!