I, Madman

I, Madman

Virginia works at a used book store. She's really into horror novels and discovers a really good book. It's called "I, Madman" and it's about an insane doctor who cuts off people's noses, ears, and hair and puts them on his face to please a girl he likes. Only Virginia discovers that the book is nonfiction, and every time she picks up the book to read it, she sees him. The insane doctor from the book has escaped the book into our reality.

Virginia works at a second-hand book store. When reading a horror book called "I, Madman" which is about an insane doctor who cuts off patient's body parts, she vaguely realizes the main character somehow has gone into real life, threatening her life as well as people around her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


I, Madman torrent reviews

Jupiter R (kr) wrote: Oculus is one of those totally predict able horror movies. I feel if you started this as your first horror movie and didn't know that anytime someone thinks they're killing a spirit or a ghost from they're past they're actually killing a real person that is close to them. They're were a few good scares but I was mainly disappointed with how this turned out.

Sammie C (au) wrote: I secretly like this movie a lot. I don't know what it is about it, because when I think about the plot, it doesn't seem like a movie I would enjoy in the least. But, inexplicably, I do.

Tara P (kr) wrote: Loved this quirky film! Michael Sheen was great! interesting subject and good screenplay.

Vince F (au) wrote: I liked it but didn't feel like there was enough plot for the premise.

Frances H (gb) wrote: Cute satiric fluff flick making fun of the Travolta movie of the same story, The Graduate, and cult classic Freaks. Lots of fun.

Kendy L (it) wrote: realistic love story

Adam W (gb) wrote: Belushi's back and just as bad as ever. This time he tries to play happy families, awful..

Joel M (au) wrote: this is one of the best movies I ever seen .

Marlen H (us) wrote: wonderful representation of just who americans actually are

Hunter D (ru) wrote: A very cool spaghetti western that feels almost comic book-like in many ways with lots of creative editing and atmospheric shots and cinematography. There's lots of action, lots of slow-mo, and a killer central anti-hero played by the legendary Franco Nero. The wailing musical interludes sometimes work and sometimes get irritating, but it's a classical device that isn't often used in film. The movie is relentless in its depravity and its violence, and the final showdown is hair-raising. See it.

Scott S (us) wrote: Such a breath taking movie. Dreyer's vision mashed with Munk's play, is simply a work of art that goes beyond what we can conceive in our minds.

Jason H (fr) wrote: More Rogers/Astaire, then Astaire/Rogers, this is one of the final films the legendary pair made together. Breezy, funny, and charming, Carefree really showcases Ginger Rogers' comedic talents (Lucille Ball-esque but a decade before I Love Lucy). The talents of Astaire and Rogers are still awe-inspiringly impressive - they could do it all (act/sing/dance) - with "ease" (endlessly rehearsed).

steve f (ag) wrote: A classic, perfectly written and acted movie. It nails the 70's to a T and then some. This is one of the best comedy films of all time.

Tim M (ca) wrote: A low budget London zombie comedy. It's no Shaun of the Dead, but the heist and geriatrics adds fun elements.

Mike M (au) wrote: Laughed a couple times, everything is just too over the top and was trying way too hard. The nudity wasn't enough to make it an even average film.

Ben L (it) wrote: If you want someone to play a grizzled old agent who used to be the best but has lost a step, it's hard to do much better than Clint Eastwood. And if you want a quirky but intelligent man, who proves himself to be a psycopath, there's no one better than John Malkovich. Those two casting decisions really make In the Line of Fire something special. I love their interplay with one another both on the phone and face to face. Some of the supporting cast (like Dylan McDermott) might have been a stretch, but this film is held aloft by the leads. The story is straightforward, a madman plans to assassinate the president and it's up to the Secret Service to stop him. What I found most interesting was the way they inserted a veteran agent who had experience with past assassinations, and then the killer becomes obsessed with that history. It adds some depth and stakes to the film beyond what you'd expect from a movie that explores these familiar tropes. The relationship with Rene Russo was definitely forced, and completely unnecessary. That whole subplot should have been cut out and it would have elevated the movie a lot. Aside from that, my only real complaint about In the Line of Fire is that you can see Eastwood's age in some scenes and it is a bit unbelievable when he gets into a fist fight and dominates. Otherwise, most of this film was a joy to watch as a quality action/thriller, and I would recommend it to fans of the genre.