Three gorgeous but deadly hired killers, Beretta, Blondie and Snowball, hole up in a small beachside community to keep a low profile. But this town has a dark secret. The local old sea baron, Joseph, tries desperately to warn them to never go into the water. But these crazy vixens listen to no one, especially no crazy assed old fool. So the Kraken awakes! Now, along with Joseph and his beautiful grand daughter, Hannah, they must fight for their lives against this furious creature of the deep as the sea rises in a tidalwave of blood.
- Stars:Norman Yemm, Nelli Scarlet, Kyrie Capri, Karli Madden, Kate Watts, Scott Brennan, Steven Stagg, David Gannon, Russell Benson, Richard Wolstencroft, Roger McMillan, Jason Turley, Madelyn Gay, Fabian Pisani,
- Director:Stuart Simpson,
- Writer:Stuart Simpson
Three killer vixens hang-out at a seaside cabin and in the meantime have to do battle with a the locals and a deadly creature from the deep. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Monstro! torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Es verdad, el artista termina siendo un Ojo cansado de ver lo mismo y lo mismo, tan as que, construye algo nuevo. Experiencia y decisin en cada pinturaaa!
(mx) wrote: yet another 'found footage' that starts off with decent premise and simply doesn't know how, or when, to finish it. In other ways - you can completely see the "Stone" effect in trying too hard, over thinking and succeeding turning possession/paranormal/fear feelings into complete confusion. These attempts at disorienting this viewer resorted in giggles and sighs and just wanting it to end...please, just end.
(jp) wrote: Oh gosh, this is one bad movie. Sure it has a few funny moments, but its more awkward than anything and it is kind of like they went and filmed this at a real high school party, where they were passing around crazy pills.
(nl) wrote: OMG!!!!!!!! it was sooo awesome.............i LOVED it!!!!!! kellen lutz is sooo hot in this movie..........kinda sad wen he died in the movie tho....
(mx) wrote: Splendid photography. Remarkable acting. A tour de force.
(ag) wrote: While it doesn't quite measure up to Christopher Reeves's first or what Richard Donner's Superman II would have been, it finds peers among those. If only we could really forget that Superman III and IV happened. The Henry Cavill version has much to learn from this faithful continuation of the '80s installments. While the team that brought us this one might have continued in the same vein, the stories could easily have become even sillier than III and IV that it's probably better that we ended up with a reboot, even if it's flawed.
(ca) wrote: i really cnt explain
(nl) wrote: I watched this for James Duval, who I loved in Nowhere/Doom Generation. This movie was pretty lame, though. It was pretty much like every other slasher flick adding nothing new.
(jp) wrote: Another Allen picture which is best described as a series of vignettes although they are more than random stories here. Each interlude is used well to portray the protagonist's mental state, the best of which are both funny and thought provoking. As a whole though it's not the director's strongest work but still a worthwhile watch.
(ag) wrote: Nothing new here but a solid cast make it feel fresh and original. Timberland shows he can act and Stone is superb. Drugs sunshine and Bruce Willis all worth a watch. Its all about drug deals that go wrong
(ru) wrote: I love baseball & I've seen several great films that feature the sport as a huge part of the plot ("The Sandlot", "Rookie of the Year","The Bad News Bears" (both original & remake), & "Angels in the Outfield"). Nominated for 3 Oscars including Best Picture (didn't win any), "Field of Dreams" truly is one of the best films of the 1980s & the sports genre - the acting was great, the music was quite beautiful, & the story would probably be the epitome of heartwarming since it gives people the chance to achieve their hopes & dreams (in this case, baseball: America's favorite pastime & my all time favorite sport)! I'm gonna make it my mission - my dream - to visit the Field of Dreams baseball field since this film touched me & always makes me yearn to play baseball.
(mx) wrote: After his latest mission goes disastrously wrong, veteran CIA black ops agent Emerson Kent is given one last chance to prove he still has what it takes to do his job. His new assignment: guarding Katherine, a code operator at a top-secret remote CIA "Numbers Station" where encrypted messages are sent and received. When an elite team of heavily armed assailants lays siege to the station, Emerson and Katherine suddenly find themselves in a life-or-death struggle against an unknown enemy. With the station compromised and innocent lives at stake, they must stop the deadly plot before it's too late.Good performances by John Cusack and Malin Akerman.