Four Horror Tales - Dark Forest

Four Horror Tales - Dark Forest

Woo-Jin, Jun-A and some friends are on a trip to the mountains. They walk into a dark forest, which is restricted to the public. They soon find themselves in trouble, and find they can't ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:Korean
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:forest,   psychic,  

Min-young moves onto the fifth floor of a new studio apartment with her six-year-old daughter, Joo-hee. She's concerned when her downstairs neighbor, HAN Chang-soo, says that he cannot ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Four Horror Tales - Dark Forest torrent reviews

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Stefan G (gb) wrote: I don't know how this movie got popular enough to warrant a sequel. It's one of the dumbest movies I've ever seen, and I certainly have doubt that this is one of the worst movies of all time. It's basically a spoof of the newer James Bond films, as opposed to Austin Powers, which lampooned the older James Bond films, and did that much better than this awful movie. The premise is absolutely ridiculous, to the point that it would have a better movie if it were Rowan Atkinson going on a drunken rampage. Sadly, that wouldn't accurately sum up this movie. The characters are just awful, and the acting is even worse. John Malkovich can do better than the stereotypically racist performance he gave as the film's villain. The film's overall style tries to copy the Bond films that featured Pierce Brosnan, but it does a shoddy job at that. Though there are a few decent jokes, the film's sense of humour is appallingly tame, and that fact makes me feel bad if any part of the film does turn out to be funny. Overall, it's just terrible in every sense of the word, and I feel bad that I used to watch it.

Christie B (us) wrote: cute movie, but it really was not well advertised and i can get why.

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Kristopher P (de) wrote: Far inferior to Robot Jox. It felt like the longest hour-long movie ever.

Paul D (jp) wrote: This movie still entertains me after all of these years. Sure it is a tad cliche, but it still has a lot of charm and a lot of laughs. If you have never seen this before, you should definitely give it a watch! It is not Eddie Murphy's best movie, but it is still one of his good ones.

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Paul D (gb) wrote: A short running length is probably its best asset as it's a below average western simply about repelling an Indian attack.

Anthony G (au) wrote: "28 Days Later" takes the clichd zombie genre and transforms it into something very unique. Danny Boyle manages to cement the characters into the audience's hearts and not too many horror directors can do that. But here, he creates one of the most engrossing and scariest horror film of all time. It's unrelenting, grim, horrific, and completely nightmarish with it's dreary atmosphere. It's a mix of strong intelligent thinking, an artistic approach to direction, and an endless spinning narrative that engaged me right to the very core of it's scenarios. 28 Days Later defines it's genre as it's a perfect gritty horror, with a realistic and mind-boggling premise that you cannot take a breath for just a second.

Matt G (ca) wrote: Alpha Dog's true story is sad and strange, just like the film tells it. The only problem is it just tries to act like a teen film too much, adding in unnecessary, although somewhat entertaining, party sequences. I still enjoyed the film very much.

Sarah S (jp) wrote: Stupid story. Irritating main character. Dakota Fanning was the only good thing.

Li H (ca) wrote: Great film, storyline and nice bit of gore. Another great Jackson role.a