House of Bodies

House of Bodies

While indulging his appetite for the grim and gruesome by patronizing a voyeuristic Web site that's based in a house where a serial killer once lived, a hearing-impaired boy begins to suspect that the site's violence is more than just make-believe.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
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A detective works to solve a case involving a young deaf boy and a web site that's run out of a home that once belonged to a serial killer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


House of Bodies torrent reviews

Marla G (fr) wrote: Great feel good movie but also reminds me of the racism and division we're now experiencing in this political climate. really sad how things really don't change and history does repeat itself.

Bjrn C (br) wrote: This movie doesnt tell us anything new about the debate over abortion but it does frame the issue well enough to know what we in America face in the future arguments over this issue. Very little is left out of both sides arguments but it seems to be a carry over of 80's liberal thinking that this conservative wave is made up of people that are relatable to suicide bombers from the middle east.

Indu R (es) wrote: I like this movie. A good story and good acting. There were some funny parts and some action as well.


Martyn S (us) wrote: Curious, slightly uneven, and now somewhat dated-looking mid-period Mike Leigh tragi-comic drama. With his usual skill, Leigh refuses to patronise the characters as 'other' but allows the audience to see a bit of themselves in each individual ensemble member. Clever little ironies such as the happiest and most stable character clearly being Claire Skinner's unsmiling Natalie abound and are big plus points. Top acting marks though go to Jane Horrocks' gripping turn as her twin sister Nicola; a ghostly, hollow, bulimic mess of post-adolescent rage and self-loathing, who manages to be so obviously suffering and yet all but ignored by the rest of her family.Timothy Spall makes an appearance in a role as a friend of the family called Aubrey; a man in early middle age yet mentally no more out of adolescence than Nicola, who embarks on a restaurant venture which starts off disastrously, a thread which is left unresolved in a way that suggests that Leigh was not trying to be deliberately continental in leaving that question hanging, but rather didn't really know what to do to bring it to any resolution.Leigh's ability to hit the viewer out of the blue is best effected here when Alison Steadman's relentlessly good-humoured mother to 'Nick n Nat', Wendy, has a dramatic showdown with the former in the film's strongest moment.Meanwhile Jim Broadbent's father character Andy exists mainly for comic effect. It feels like he, along with Stephen Rea as is dodgy mate Patsy, is underused here, some further character exploration and more meaningful interaction with the rest of the characters wouldn't have gone amiss.The film's upbeat, yet not quite resolved (only for this main thread this looks convincing) ending featuring the two sisters sitting out in the garden draws the film to a somewhat sudden close. In conclusion, this isn't Leigh's finest overall work; you get the feeling of a man still honing his cinematic craft here, but there's enough sympathy emanating from the characters to make this a worthwhile evening's viewing, perhaps revisitable every few years or so.

Reno V (gb) wrote: "ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN... OR NOT?"- 'All Dogs Go to Heaven' is a 1989 animation film directed and produced by Don Bluth (An American Tale, Land Before Time). Another childhood classic, although it did seem better when I watched it as a child. The film tells the story of German Sheppard Charlie, who's murdered by his associate and goes to Heaven. There he learns that he has done no good In his life. With the voices of Burt Reynolds (Deliverance, The Longest Yard) and Dom DeLuise (The Cannonball Run, Haunted Honeymoon). New Orleans 1939, German Sheppard Charlie (Reynolds) escapes from the dog pound with the help of his nervous friend Itchy (DeLuise). The two go to the casino of Charlie's associate Carface. While Itchy gets lost inside the hallways, Charlie gets drunk and gets murdered by Carface. When arriving in Heaven, Charlie learns that he has done nothing good with his life. Determined to set the record straight, he returns to Earth. Together with Itchy he forces his way into Carface's casino. They stumble upon an orphan girl named Anne-Marie, who is able to talk to animals. With her help, the dogs want to get rich and build a casino of their own. But the longer Charlie takes to do something good, the less change he'll get to return to Heaven...

Michael J (mx) wrote: Great title... But that's about it! Extremely slow-moving and amateurish "remake" of Hitchcock's The Birds. I've seen a few terrible birds-gone-mad movies (The Birds II: Land's End and Kaw, comes to mind) but this is absolutely the worst of them.

Andrew L (br) wrote: If you think about the movie's massive narrative flaws, bad acting, and just overall bad writing it might be one the worst pictures out there. If you turn your brain off, however, it manages to be n idiotic good time.

Orlok W (gb) wrote: Sublimely subtle character study--Twisted ... and Brilliant!!

Tim S (mx) wrote: Solid entertainment.