Bella Thorne, Madison Pettis and Ryan Ochoa lead an ensemble cast in this spook-tacular adventure with new ghosts, new thrills, and the return of some old friends. Max (Ochoa) only has eyes for Cammy (Thorne), the smart, popular redhead at school. When Max finally scores a date with Cammy on Halloween, Phears, an evil ghost with plans on taking over the world, unleashes his ghouls and things go haywire. With the help of his ghostly pals, Tara and Nicky, can Max thwart Phears' evil plot, help reunite his ghost friends with their long-lost parents and still make his date with Cammy on Halloween? R.L. Stine's Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend? is a frightful family delight!
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Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend? torrent reviews
Nadia C (de) wrote: Felicity Jones is amazing in almost every film she's in( I hope she'll get some kind of recognition after the award buzz for "The theory of everything"). Her character is sweet and sophisticate. There's no wonder how Guy Pearce's character fell in love with her. I really loved the soundtrack. Most of all I liked the piano piece of Chopin played by Sophie in the classroom. Since this is Felicity's second collaboration with Drake Doremus, you could feel the same vibe from "Like crazy". Even the camera framing was very similar.
Ben T (ru) wrote: A surprisingly great holiday film with great animation and a good voice cast.
Garrett C (br) wrote: Tim Burton doing bad 50's sci fi movies sounds like a recipe for an awesome film, but unfortunately it largely fails to be funny or engaging.
Jeremy S (de) wrote: It has its moments but come in Goldie Hawn as a football coach?
Tim S (kr) wrote: As other people perhaps more capable than I have probably pointed out already, Sorority House Massacre is one of the most blatant Halloween rip-offs ever made. It's also a very poor excuse for a horror movie. It goes off-point so much with terrible dialogue and not much in the horror department. When the horror does kick in, it's weak and not all that horrific. There's also tons of terrible costumes and music. I know this was made in the eighties, but damn. I can't imagine anyone not noticing it back then either. Overall, it's just a bad movie, and not a good horror movie. Pretty skippable if you ask me.
Godfrey J (mx) wrote: What a hoot. high camp, hysterical.
Simon M (nl) wrote: Marvellously restored version of the grim, definitive depiction of what it must have been like to be in the wartime French Resistance.
Randy T (ru) wrote: One man's camp is another man's crap. An uber-low budget sci-fi thriller about low tech "insects" (hairballs with protruding pipe cleaners) who emerge from a mysterious metallic cone to turn unsuspecting humans into mindless slaves. Sort of a Invasion of the Body Snatchers meets The Trouble with Tribbles.
Allan C (au) wrote: Also know simply as "The Crimson Cult" this is a campy horror film set in a very Austin Powers-like swinging' 60s London, with Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee and Barbara Steele in a very loose adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Dreams in the Witch House." I don't seem to remember as many swinger parties in the original Lovecraft story, but it was still a pretty fun film, even if it's not at all true to it's source material. And how far wrong can you go with Barbara Steele painted green and playing a 300 year old witch.
Walter S (ca) wrote: A lively romp. I enjoyed it back in the 1970s in my teens and I still do today.