A second rate film crew is shooting the third in a trilogy of tasteless (yet cheesy) horror flicks called FRIGHT FLICK. The schmuck-of-a-director can't keep his hands off the lead actress, the producer never gets his due credit, the supporting actress knows that SHE should be the lead, and the crew has secrets of their own. Competition in the movie business is tough enough - but anyone on this set would kill to stay on top.
- Stars:Chad Allen, Richard D. Curtin, Todd Jenkins, Daphne Khoury, Adam Kitchen, Jon Paul Burkhart, Allyn Carrell, Charles Baker, Tom Zembrod, Natalie Jones, Whitney Blake, Tyler Brockington, Jim Dolan, Tushar Mali, Dan Forsythe,
- Director:Israel Luna,
- Writer:Israel Luna (story), Todd Jenkins (story), Israel Luna
A second rate film crew is shooting the third in a trilogy of tasteless (yet cheesy) horror flicks called FRIGHT FLICK. The schmuck-of-a-director can't keep his hands off the lead actress, the producer never gets his due credit, the supporting actress knows that SHE should be the lead, and the crew has secrets of their own. Competition in the movie business is tough enough - but anyone on this set would kill to stay on top. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fright Flick torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Beginning to like that Mads Mikkelsen Actor ! A let's take revenge movie in the Wild West . Good stuff
(it) wrote: Yeah positive about love.
(us) wrote: WWII French anti-semitism expos (C) is tragic, nicely acted & even uses sparing humour, but paints with too broad a stroke.
(jp) wrote: 8. The story of Belinda & Annie: All about the pregnancy.The eighth installment in the Hallmark's 'Love Comes Softly' movie series based on the book of the same name by Jannete Oke. In a sense it is the final movie, because the story won't move further towards the future in the next film. Everything halts here, only the timeline shifts prior to the first film in the remaining series. That's what I have heard, the rest of the films in the series are the prequels. Kind of interesting, but now let us talk about this film.Now the Lillian is a teenager who is helping her mother in the clinic, though she's not the centre of the story. Like in all the previous films, an admirer for her flash-ins from nowhere. So there is a young romance after all, but in other side of the narration a moral fight is set between the mother-in-law of Annie and Belinda. Yes, Haylie Duff has returned as Annie as I was wanted and she's pregnant. As usual how the story takes up the shape and ends is the remaining part."I learned something todaythat they did not teach me in medical school"There's a line 'our children grow up, start to spreading wings'. That should have been in the previous film, but makes sense in a way for this story. That concerns the father's over protective on the Lillian case which leads a small quarrel. Surprisingly, there are no deaths like the first time ever, instead ready to welcome a new member in the family. But a little saddens about Belinda's side of the narration, whether her wish is granted or not is remains mystery. It should have been puzzled out here itself or one more film for that would have been nice, and also where Lillian takes full control in the series.That means, it's never going to end, but keeps going. So I'm happy the one way or the other they finished it off. And another reason is the author haven't written anymore book in the series. I have heard who read the books said the movie versions are different and it was shrunk to the half of what the book is but still worth to have a peek. Then you know there's always some people who don't like comparing the book they have loved with the movie adapted from it. I haven't read a single 'Love Comes Softly' book, but watched all the films and enjoyed them.Western is the least watched by me from all the genre. In that, western-dramas are very rare for me. Refreshing from the guns and horses, cops versus thieves, trains, heist, bounty hunters and the Indians. Here it ended with a good message in a calm and simple way. Especially the pregnancy and childbirth were the core topic, how those were handled at those times was demonstrated somewhat incredibly for a television movie. I think that's it from this space for now, so then let us meet with the prequels.7/10
(br) wrote: Miyazaki's most childish film, and I mean that in the best of ways. It also happens to be his most bizarre film in my opinion. Nothing/nobody in this film happens or acts quite like reality and it gives off a very strange feeling as a result. Despite that, the animation is breath taking (actually made with 100% traditional methods) , the art style is pretty different from everything else he'd done, and the characters of course are so likable. Definitely give it a watch.
(au) wrote: Truly underrated comedy and I had a blast watching it.
(ag) wrote: Another funny and engaging documentary from Michael Moore. Not my favorite from him though.
(es) wrote: What an amazing film.
(ag) wrote: Great movie!!!! No person who calls themselves a baseball fan will hate this movie.
(kr) wrote: Como me rei con esta pendejada
(fr) wrote: It's ultra-cheesy and at times poorly acted, but I did have fun watching it. Surprisingly, the eye-tracking technology aspect seems highly relevant even today
(nl) wrote: 'Magic' isn't the first horror yarn centering on a ventriloquist dummy, nor is it the best one, either. But my god, Hopkins' performance is outstanding, managing to be both menacing and sympathetic. Not to be outdone, though, is the always fabulous Burgess Meredith in a supporting role.
(nl) wrote: Undeniably one of the best musical film ever made.
(ca) wrote: Another solid Bond film. This is officially where James Bond detracts from being just another spy movie to something of its own. This is where Sean Connery makes his character self-deprecating and delivers a classic line customary to Bond films, which is "I'll have a martini. Shaken, not stirred." You can also tell that the dialogue is better written, not just specifically that line, but throughout the script. Quote: "No Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!" The action is thrilling as usual, the plot is very intriguing and gives us our most interesting villain yet: Oddjob. Oddjob is fascinating because his hat breaks people's necks and he is virtually indestructible to anything that doesn't involve his hat or electricity. A must see film, this is where it's at!
(ag) wrote: Dull, flat and brought down by lackluster performances from its leads and a predictable twist, To Catch a Thief is lower tier Hitchcock.
(nl) wrote: good love story but not good horror
(nl) wrote: I can't believe this movie only has a 20% rating. It has a great premise, is very funny and has great performances from everyone involved.
(jp) wrote: Haven't watched this movie since I was a kid. I forgot how really good it was. I put it on just for background noise while I was doing other stuff and couldn't stop watching it.
(ru) wrote: Not nearly as bad as the current 17% score suggests. The film has generally likeable characters (although some of the stereotypes might make the grownups in the audience cringe), a convincing villain and enough story to keep it going all the way through. Computer animated flight scenes don't bore quickly in any movie, and this is no exception. People who think movies through too much will be glad someone has finally found a way to make the old "none of these animals kill each other yet nobody goes hungry" gimmick at least somewhat realistic by including only birds in the pact. The DVD comes with a 3D version (including glasses), which is perfectly recommendable for people that want to see a headache inducing black and white film. The normal version is recommendable though, and for a South African movie with a 20 million dollar budget, it comes pretty damn close to the standards set by the likes of Pixar and DreamWorks.