Nightwish: End of an Era

Nightwish: End of an Era


End of an Era is a DVD and double CD from the Finnish symphonic power metal quintet Nightwish. Nuclear Blast recorded their live performance at the Hartwall Areena in Helsinki, Finland on October 21, 2005, the final concert of a long worldwide tour for their album Once. During the concert the band was joined on-stage by Lakota musician John Two-Hawks, who performed "Stone People" from his album Honor as an introduction to "Creek Mary's Blood", which featured his voice and cedar flutes. End of an Era is the final Nightwish production to feature Tarja Turunen on vocals. She and the rest of the band parted mere hours after this concert, the name of the album most likely refers to this. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Nightwish: End of an Era torrent reviews

Don S (es) wrote: Highly improbable story featuring "attack of the swarming fireflies." Poorly scripted, poorly acted and poorly directed helped immeasurably by somewhat decent effects. Lots of attempts at jump scares, but not a bit of tension or a fright in it anywhere. Some decent looking actresses though :)


Daniel M (jp) wrote: Just watched it again and forgot how awesome and unique this film was. Great cast with an intriguing plot kept me entertained throughout. 5/5

Patrick C (au) wrote: Really cheesy. Of course in its defense it does kill off some "main characters" and I use the term character loosely. That is about as refreshing as it gets.

Allison K (fr) wrote: I want it but I wouldn't see it was the best scary I have seen cuz like I am a young teen and I have seen the shining so ya stupid

William B (jp) wrote: This movie proves that Australian filmmakers have no imagination whatsoever.

Steve S (fr) wrote: Couldn't get into it

Je M (es) wrote: Gleefully disgusting. One of the most bizarre and grotesque labors of love ever committed to celluloid.

Wes S (jp) wrote: Messy, but it has a lot of nice concepts and a rather spooky story. Though it's cheap and a bit hard to follow. It has a lot of nice shots. While it's not the most interesting story, it still stands out in the public domain.

Jared M (ca) wrote: I WATCH EVERYTHING! Kind of a historical conversation but very fabricated. The guy was claiming genius. It took an army to create Dune!

Adam R (br) wrote: (First and only viewing - 2/11/2011)

Paul D (br) wrote: This movie gets points for delivering several memorable scenes of horror, however the tone of the film was far too uneven. The movie felt way longer than it needed to be, and in the end, there really wasn't a climatic moment to give us any satisfaction. Safe to skip this one.

Trevor W (jp) wrote: Maybe it's because I'm tired or maybe I zoned out or something, but I found this Wes Anderson film to be rather slow. Sure, it its great quirkiness I've come to know and love, but despite its occasional laughs and dedicated acting, this film didn't get me as invested as other Anderson flicks.