Left in Darkness
Celia (Monica Keena, Freddy vs. Jason) has had a rough life, with a mother who died in childbirth and a father who disappeared. Unfortunately for Celia, death is not any easier than life. When she is drugged and raped at a frat party, Celia dies from an overdose, and must battle the terrible Soul Eaters who roam the afterlife.
- Stars:Monica Keena, David Anders, Jessica Stroup, Travis Van Winkle, Tim Thomerson, Chris Engen, Tarah Paige, Eric Ladin, Chelsea Cannell, Christina Cellner, Marisa Lauren, Michael Worth, Cody Klop, Jeridan Frye, Patty McCormack,
- Director:Steven R. Monroe,
- Writer:Philip Daay, Jane Whitney
A young woman, whose mother died giving birth to her, is facing eternal life in either Heaven or Hell. She must make the choice who to listen to, her guardian angel, whom she met when she was a child, or the evil ones. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Left in Darkness torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Very beautiful film. William Mcinnes is brilliant with great support from Monic Hendrickx. And Australian life in a small country town is at times unfortunately very believeable.
(nl) wrote: Interesting, illuminating documentary on the fast-food industry.Observing the obesity epidemic in the USA, a documentary film-maker, Morgan Spurlock, eats only MacDonalds meals, three times a day, for 30 days. His aim is to document the changes to his body. He enlists a host of medical experts to keep track of what is happening to himself. Between this he weaves a story of the fast-food industry, and MacDonalds in particular, the food we eat and human behaviour with regard to food.Quite eye-opening and the results are quite profound. If you do eat regularly at MacDonalds, this might change your mind...Also good in that it doesn't pull any punches or try to politically correctly tiptoe around issues. Fat people are called just that and shown up for their own behaviour.On the negative side it is a touch manipulative and, at times, unobjective. A minor compliant though, especially when you compare this with the bullsh*t Michael Moore parades as "documentaries". Moore's films have zero objectivity, contain almost as little facts and are entirely based on manipulation and his own opinions.The other slightly jarring thing is the thought that MacDonalds is entirely to blame for people being fat, and are hence suable for it. Surely fat people only have themselves to blame? Oh wait, it's the 21st century and you're now never responsible for your own actions...
(au) wrote: Me apaixonei pelo filme. Delicado e forte :)
(kr) wrote: A great feel-good movie, covers some tough topics (racism, sexism, dealing with culture etc). Chase your dreams - always.
(us) wrote: good movie, original story, very powerful done.
(au) wrote: This third entry in the series started the Leprechaun goes somewhere era of the series. In this film, the Leprechaun goes to Las Vegas, where his desire for gold is right at home. Even stupider than its predecessors, Leprechaun 3 still manages to be a funny, gory, crazy bit of B-level horror cinema that provides lots of laughs but no scares....
(br) wrote: Mabe it,s so bad that it,s good? :P
(au) wrote: Probably the finest acting I have witnessed..ever!
(us) wrote: The string of films Robert Altman made during the 1980s ("Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean," "Secret Honor," "Fool for Love," "Beyond Therapy") were all adaptations of stage plays. Altman attempted to blur the line between stage and screen by sticking almost exactly to the staging, sets, dialogue and structure of the plays. Of course, he brought his filmic sensibilities to each picture, always emphasizing the aspects Altman deemed most important. While none of the films are particularly successful, it's still a worthy experiment. As for "Streamers," it's a difficult film. Unfortunately, it's not difficult because of the subject matter (the Vietnam War, homosexuality, racism) but because the actors over act, the film feels stagey and claustrophobic, and there just ins't anything to truly hold your attention. While it's one of Altman's more complex (failed) experiments it's also a very uncomfortable 2 hours (and not in the good way "3 Women" or "Images" is).
(nl) wrote: Hilarious, nice structure.
(au) wrote: great movie. definitely ahead of its time.
(fr) wrote: Not the best jail movie but its a true story about the creator of the crips worth watching for sure.