Paradise Lost 2: Revelations
Paradise Lost 2: Revelations revisits the 1994 Arkansas murder of three 8-year-old boys and the three teenagers convicted of the crime. A follow up to Paradise Lost, Revelations features new interviews with the convicted men, as well as with the original judge and police investigators.
- Stars:Damien Wayne Echols, Melissa Byers, Norris Deajon, Tim Sullivan, Chris Worthington, John Mark Byers, Kathy Bakken, Burk Sauls, Jason Baldwin, Jessie Misskelley, Debra Shue, Grove Pashley, Anna Masek, Ruth Carter, Bill Pritcherson,
- Director:Joe Berlinger, Bruce Sinofsky,
The case of the West Memphis Three, its questionable circumstances and the parties involved are followed up years later. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Paradise Lost 2: Revelations torrent reviews
(it) wrote: A little slow but well done. If you're a Midsummer night's fan, you'll like it.
(de) wrote: This movie is really poetic and abstract: the light and the photography in Lisbon are awesome and Sokurov manages to depict a very delicate relationship betweena young father and his son.
(kr) wrote: Film peu connu dans la filmo d'Altman, "Images" en est pourtant l'un de ses sommets. En plus d'tre un thriller droutant, c'est peut tre aussi le meilleur film sur la schizophrnie, en tous cas l'un des plus remuant qu'il m'ait t donn de voir. Quant la photo et aux dcors...WWAWwwWwaahhou c'est juste bluffant de bout en bout. Et je ne vous parle mme pas de la partition exceptionnelle compose par John Williams. A must see!!!!!
(es) wrote: A group of Satanist hippies roll into a small quiet town and ruffle a few feathers of the locals, since they attacked one of their girls. So the girl's grandfather tries to set things straight with them, but they forcefully make him swallow a LSD cocktail. Wanting revenge for what they had done to his grandfather, a young boy feeds them pies, which have been injected with rabies from a dead dog. Slowly they start to feel the effects and they turn into homicidal maniacs hell-bent on destroying or contaminating anything that crosses their path.Rabies and hippies, who show their faith in the dark lord. What a freak out! Now, there's no doubts this cheesy delight is wild 'n' wacky fun for the undemanding and was one of the first films to be influenced by Romero's "Night of Living Dead". This memorably sleazy and in bad-taste drive-in, exploitation flick scrapes the bottom of the barrel in the budget restraints, but despite that, it's surprisingly competent. It doesn't stop the sheer flow of comic entertainment, and might I add, this foaming madness is damn hilarious. After eating the very yummy looking pies that the smart little fella messed around with, you'll get a kick out of how the eccentric bunch transform into feral beings and basically going spas, leaving some very nasty splatter behind. The scenes involving water being splashed about is incredibly rib tickling. The acting is extremely fruity at times, but I thought that it was more than acceptable for this sort of film. George Patterson and Bhaskar Roy Chowdhury were a riot as some of the hippies. Also Lynn Lowry appears in the group. Jack Damon and Elizabeth Marner-Brooks play the more steady heads of the town and they're fine in their roles. While, it might be funny, it still does offer up some nail-biting tension, brisk pacing and one or two decent surprises amongst this enjoyably (and sometimes quite) original idea. But oh my, wait to you get your head around the spotty experimental score with its array of funky and otherworldly sounds. The story and fluffy script might leave some loose ends left untied, but the score, sure definitely doesn't.Simply put, this hocus-pocus was compellingly, dumb and scummy fun that has one real cruel edge to it! Well-deserving of its cult status.
(kr) wrote: Totally complex, confusing and boring garbage.
(it) wrote: I this is a wife is murder and the dad has to raise a kid with asma and he kidnapped. So he teams up with a crazy girl who has short term memory lost and that's the movie
(ca) wrote: If a sequel to "Halloween" was inevitable, we're lucky this is what we got. Easily dismissed for its superfluous nature (in spite of the original's sequel-bait ending), "Halloween II" (the original) is actually a solid, well-paced chiller with a number of good scares. Jamie Lee Curtis' Laurie Strode remains a resourceful, well-developed heroine, even sidelined in a hospital bed for much of the movie. In fact, the hospital setting is one of the sequel's great strengths. Dean Cundey's murky cinematography makes it feel like a haunted house, to enter at our own peril. And if director Rick Rosenthal doesn't have John Carpenter's gifts, he at least has a talented enough crew to bolster him. Most of them are, in fact, holdovers from the original: master cinematographer Cundey, co-writer and producer Debra Hill, even Carpenter himself as composer and co-writer. The result is a movie that, while wholly unnecessary and decidedly inferior to the original, stays reasonably true to its grim spirit.
(ca) wrote: Boring, no plot that made any sense, and ending left you hanging.
(jp) wrote: As mean spirited a thing as a thing could be, this relentlessly bitter view of life and of people tells the story of a dive comedian on the road of dive venues. He is not happy. His jokes are not funny. Perhaps the humor of this piece, the "entertainment" is ironic, a statement that nothing is really entertaining, that life is simply shit. Okay. But as an argument over coffee, not as a film experience. Suicide is an redemptive alternative compared to this.