Night Has a Thousand Eyes

Night Has a Thousand Eyes

When heiress Jean Courtland attempts suicide, her fiancée Elliott Carson probes her relationship to John Triton. In flashback, we see how stage mentalist Triton starts having terrifying flashes of true precognition. His partner, Whitney Courtland, uses Triton's talent to make money; but Triton's inability to prevent what he foresees, causes him to break up the act and become a hermit. Years later, Triton has new visions and desperately tries to prevent tragedies in the Courtland family. Can his warnings succeed against suspicion, unbelief, and inexorable fate?

When phony stage mentalist Triton mysteriously acquires supernatural powers of precognition, he becomes frightened and abandons his act to live of anonymity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Night Has a Thousand Eyes torrent reviews

Grace B (gb) wrote: Save yourself from this... awful

EpicLadySponge t (ca) wrote: It's time they have to stop making these kinds of movies but leave Scrat behind because Scrat deserves all the attention than the rest of the movie.

Brett A (au) wrote: I really loved this movie. It sort of redefined horror in my mind. It was creative and interesting...

Bryce W (it) wrote: Horrible acting. I still got some good laughs out of it though. Enough said.

Isadore H (es) wrote: Coraline is filled with impeccable stop-motion animation, great voice acting, and a lot of creepy shit. I really enjoyed the animation in this one, each scene has a dark but still kind of enjoyable feel to it. The stop motion is hardly noticeable at all, and it felt like I was watching a CGI rendition of these characters. Each scene is beautifully lit and colored to perfection. The voice work was all top notch, I really liked each character and I loved how different and strange they all were. Coraline also features maybe the best villain I've ever seen in a stop motion film, and maybe even a kids film with The Other Mother, hands down one of the creepiest characters I've seen. It almost qualifies as a horror film, kids would definitely be frightened by everything happening to the main character and the weird imagery on screen. I definitely found it unnerving at times, but I wouldn't say scary, just really unsettling for a kids movie. Coraline is something unlike I've ever seen, and doubt I'll see again

Sally S (ag) wrote: wasnt all that great, not what i expected from the twins...

Maisam M (gb) wrote: Woo!!! i cant believe how many times i have seen this movie, lol.. even my british friends knew the songs of this movie, hehhe.. its nice and its funny.. A Definetly great time passing film with a slight of bad performances.. the songs are just catchy, the tunes i do love to listen too...

Olly H (au) wrote: macht auch nach jahren immer noch spass

Jason D (jp) wrote: Puddle Cruiser has the distinction of being the debut film created by the infamous Broken Lizard comedy troupe (well before they found fame with the likes of Super Troopers, Club Dread, and Beerfest) as the group tackles the college world with full force and hilarity. While Zach (Jay Chandrasekhar, who also directed) makes attempts at finding the number of a track babe, Freaky Reaky (Erik Stolhanske) is always living in the 60's and having way too good of a time doing so, and weirdo best friends Grogan (Kevin Heffernan) and Matt (Paul Soter) prepare for their trial for breaking and entering one of the college kitchens, lead guy Felix Bean (Steve Lemme) find love in the form of Emily (Allison Clapp) a girl who has an open relationship with Bean, as well as her high school sweetheart who goes to another college, but things change when Felix and Emily really start to fall for each other in this surprisingly good low-budget comedy. Watching this film, you can easily tell that this troupe has talent and were made for bigger and better films thanks to their display of well-crafted humor in such an early project for them. Plenty of simple laughs to behold in this refreshingly original college comedy. This is thanks in part to all of the sub-paths the film takes from the initial story (which is paper thin), but don't go off track far enough to make this film a confusing series of vignettes, thankfully. Fun watch.

Beth A (nl) wrote: Eh. It's okay. For a classic movie, it was good. As a scary movie... not so much. There was far more "Why are we here" and character building rather than "Rawr! Scary monster!" and I think the most exciting parts happened the last ten minutes of the entire movie.

Greg W (us) wrote: okj version of this oft told tale of early settlers

Alexandria G (gb) wrote: I don't know why people said this movie sucked...I love this movie. It's entertaining, funny and action packed. I love movies and this is one I watch over and over again. Movies are about escaping the world and getting lost in the fantasy of said film. Movies are not about what's real, they are about being entertained and I thoroughly enjoyed this film. I also tend to like movies that critics dislike.

Kevin L (jp) wrote: Not as good as other Ferrell outings, but I can't help but fall for his lunacy.

Pete S (ca) wrote: one of Streisand's best