Necronomicon: Book of Dead

Necronomicon: Book of Dead

H.P. Lovecraft, the well-known horror writer, is looking in the late thirties after the book 'Necronomicon'. He finds it guarded by monks in an old library. He then copies some stories from...

Famed horror writer H.P. Lovecraft (Jeffrey Combs) peruses the infamous "Book of the Dead" as he flashes back on three of his own stories: "The Library" which is the wraparound segment involving Lovecraft's research into the Book of The Dead and his unwitting release of a monster and his writing of the following horror segments "The Drowned", "The Cold", and "Whispers". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Necronomicon: Book of Dead torrent reviews

James M (ru) wrote: SLOW SLOW SLOW... It's only redeeming quality is being set in New Orleans. I was bored. :-(

Ken S (br) wrote: John Waters does a one man show for 90 minutes. What's not to love?

Dani B (kr) wrote: music wasn't as great as I thought it would be and the guy yelling all the time got old...

katty b (es) wrote: This movie is the best horror/thriller out there.

Romain (nl) wrote: Superbe film, trois femmes, trois gnrations, trois langues, un hymne la vie servi par trois actrices tout simplement patantes d'motion et de vrit.

Vanda W (fr) wrote: I liked this movie it teaches a valuable lesson to women, and men.

Ryan W (mx) wrote: 21 Grams is a very well acted film but to be honest that is the film's only strength apart from that this is a very bleak and at times depressing film to watch

Seth Y (mx) wrote: Party Monster is an accurate and well-made film depicting the rise and fall of Michael Alig and The Club Kids. Viewers who have no knowledge on the subject might wonder what they are watching. However, if you know the history you will realize that this movie is actually a really good representation of true events.Based on James St. James book 'Disco Bloodbath,' this film follows the story of Michael Alig (Macaulay Culkin), a young man from the Midwest. When he moves to New York City to forget his past, he quickly becomes thrown into the club scene. With the help of James (Seth Green), Alig throws a series of bizarre, over-the-top parties and becomes king of the nightlife. This movement spawned The Club Kids, a group of fellow young New York City personalities who became notorious for their wild partying and drug use. This eventually led to Alig's downfall when he was convicted of murder and sentenced to prison in 1997.After watching a 1998 documentary about Michael Alig, I was surprised with how true Party Monster was in terms of the real events. Macaulay Culkin portrays him perfectly, and this is quite possibly his best performance in terms of acting ability. As good as Culkin is, Seth Green steals the show as James St. James. I only have limited knowledge of the actual story, but from what I know, the characters are very accurate to their real-life counterparts. Unfortunately, the one downfall here is the low-budget, which takes away from some of the intensity and tends to make the scenes repetitive in some parts. However, the great acting that is featured here keeps you entertained and interested as the movie unfolds. Michael Alig was obviously a troubled person, and Party Monster does a great job of demonstrating that. 4 stars.

Rodney S (gb) wrote: The best Robin Hood story to date. Superb acting from Sean Connery, Audrey Hepburn, Nicol Williamson and Robert Shaw.

Hal M (mx) wrote: An absolute tour d' force for Burt Lancaster, an Oscar-winner. Written and directed by Brooks, loosely based on an American classic--Nobel prize winner Sinclair Lewis's novel by the same name. Shirley Jones also won, for Supporting Actress, but shouldn't have. Yes I LOVE her in The Music Man but the only reason she wins this is because she plays "against type" (a floozie) and Academy voters are suckers for that. This film should be standard fare in American Studies courses. It focuses on personalities and plot, not on belief-bashing, so a reviewer notes the more anti-religious aspects of the novel are toned down, but I don't disapprove. Entertainment wins out over "scoring points" this time.

Saundra B (de) wrote: I loved this movie! The acting was awesome, and Rudolph Valentino had such sex appeal...the way he looked at the other HOT!!!

Anna B (es) wrote: This was such a tragic, yet wonderful movie.

Damien F (au) wrote: Watching people smoke a cigarette without saying a word followed by them bushing there teeth full of on the road montage but the story goes no where what the hell