Infection takes place in a dark, isolated hospital, where one doctors mistake has led to dire consequences for a patient. In a hospital death is just a breath away.

The film about a run-down hospital where a doctor's mistake unwittingly creates horrific consequences for the staff at the hospital due to the cover-up of a patient's death. Can anyone stop it? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Infection torrent reviews

Christopher W (kr) wrote: Every single negative review of this film has completely missed the entire point of it's existence. Whether or not the ending is predictable, or you like or dislike the Moote and his style has nothing to do with the message of the film. The biggest take away that makes me love this documentary is that the pressure, expectations, and shame that society puts on men regarding their penis size is hugely damaging. This is a story of a man that has been traumatized and the struggle that he goes through to overcome that trauma. If you are a man and have never worried about your penis size, then great! This film should show you the kind of damage that your teasing and ridicule can have on others. Just like there is an entire industry devoted to the prevention of body shaming for women and breaking society's expectations for what a women needs to be beautiful, this film shows exactly the same struggle for men. Breaking the expectations of what a man needs to be thought of as masculine isn't easy. All of you who think this is so predicable should think about that the next time you laugh at a small penis joke, or listen to a woman who bases a man's entire worth on his penis. That's what this film is about.

Benjamin I (fr) wrote: Definitely something to be remembered. This is the ultra-violence genre rolled up into two hours, and if you're not familiar with it, this film is going to eat you alive. Being new to the genre when I first saw Tokyo Gore Police, I was absolutely blown away by the lengths this film went to. Its definitely a must see for all those who love to see people get diced, or chopped, or melted, or bludgeoned, or pulled apart, or blown up.

Christopher W (nl) wrote: Selleck doing what he does best.. mystery/action!

Ciara B (de) wrote: Really good..Adam's a player. Weird that Kate Hudson does an accent in the movie.

Joshua O (us) wrote: This movie doesn't deserve to include Long Island in its title.

Tatyana P (jp) wrote: Why do Americans always choose foreigners as their leaders? The Crimpson Jihat are the most charming characters in this movie..

bill s (de) wrote: Cruise's best work in a brutally honest no holds bared film of the ravages of war.....also Stones best work.

Kevin S (ag) wrote: Niko Tuskani is an ex CIA who was in Vietnam and saw a prisoner of war being tortured and quit. Now A cop in chicago he discovers what he thinks is a narcotics ring going down when its really C4 and the real plan is to assassinate the senator. Its your typical stephen seagull vs the bad guys scenario but still fun and entertaining nonetheless. Personally, I enjoy his movies because they always contain great action scenes in them. Just him beating the bad guys up is so enjoyable to watch. I thought it was a good movie from start to finish.

Kevin M W (es) wrote: Again Wilder hopes to resurrect the oomph of Young Frankenstein with the intention of schlepping the creepy horror genres of the late 1930's, early 40's, and again he fails. Is there even a smile in this one? Well yes there is, but its unintentional, and its that Wilder's love for Gilda Radner is evident. Otherwise it hurts to watch. A film to work on your patience while watching.

Alex r (fr) wrote: Strictly for Cult film fans, Kingdom of the Spiders is the definition of so bad it's good filmmaking. The film stars William Shatner and focuses on a small town terrorized by spiders. This is an enjoyable schlock fest that is sure to please genre fans, and it's a fun nature gone awry film, but it's also one that you need to go into with an empty head to really enjoy due to the fact that many scenes in the film are downright ridiculous such as when a woman shoots a spider off her hand and in the process shoots two of her fingers off. I mean, really? What the hell was that? Oh well, it was a pretty funny scene, and it will definitely make the viewer laugh in disbelief and the character sheer stupidity. Kingdom of the Spiders is a fun, entertaining midnight movie, a film that will entertain viewers that enjoy these movies. The film is pure 70's cheese, and it pulls it off very well, and in the mid to late 70's, everyone seemed to want to make a nature gone wild film due to the success of Jaws, and spiders seemed to be the next logical step in furthering this sub genre of horror film. Like I said, this is strictly for cult film fans, and if you're not familiar with the genre, you may want to pass this one up, but to those that enjoy, mindless, cheesy horror films, and then you'll find exactly what you're looking for with this movie. There is enough tongue in cheek moments and mindless entertainment value to be had in the film and the story itself is interesting, but it also uses the typical, clichd nature gone wild formula that we've already seen many times before. Kingdom of the Spiders is sure to please genre fans, but it won't do anything to casual viewers.

Pierluigi P (jp) wrote: A marxist movie released during the height of the cold war scare and its infamous witch hunt? and the only film blacklisted in us history? damn... I gotta see this right away.

saoirse m (es) wrote: hahahahahahahahah. am I a public enemy now?

Simon C (us) wrote: I'm a fan of gangster pictures, in all their sub-genre-ish-ness (YUp, made up a word).And I kept hearing about this one.Guy Richie and Mathew Vaughn mentioned it.The guys who made Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 cited it.Saw it available on Netflix.What did I have to lose?...Great movie.Certain aspects were dated (shooting and production styles, not referring to the in-story setting), but I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoyed Lock Stock or Layer Cake.Always liked Bob Hoskins. Grew up with him, from Rodger Rabbit to the ill fated Super Mario Brothers. Then as I matured, I noticed he did a lot more than kid's movies (Pink Floyd: The Wall, Brazil, Doomsday, to name a very few..).Though I feel like this may be the best movie I've ever seen him in.