Steve Freeling lives with his wife, Diane, and their three children, Dana, Robbie, and Carol Anne, in Southern California where he sells houses for the company that built the neighborhood. It starts with just a few odd occurrences, such as broken dishes and furniture moving around by itself. However, when he realizes that something truly evil haunts his home, Steve calls in a team of parapsychologists led by Dr. Lesh to help before it's too late.

A young family are visited by ghosts in their home. At first the ghosts appear friendly, moving objects around the house to the amusement of everyone, then they turn nasty and start to terrorise the family before they "kidnap" the youngest daughter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Poltergeist torrent reviews

Brandon W (it) wrote: Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa is directed and co-written by Jeff Tremaine, and it stars Johnny Knoxville and Jackson Nicoll in a comedy film about a dirty grandpa that has to take his grandson to his father, and while during it, they do a lot of stupid stuff. I honestly don't know why I'm going to be reviewing the whole series, I guess because it's thanksgiving, and I wanted to watch something that I haven't watched in a long time. So for this one, it's a good movie, while probably not as hilarious as the previous Jackass films. Johnny Knoxville does a good job of acting like an old man, but not in a stereotype way, and Jackson Nicoll was a surprise to me as he has a lot of funny moments from him. The makeup looks really impressive that it kind of blows my mind that it was actually nominated for an Oscar for that. When they do a lot of stuff to make the people uncomfortable, it's really hit-or-miss in terms of its comedy in there. They have great chemistry together and bring up some laughs. The plot of it is pretty simple to it, but you're not going to watch a Jackass film for the sake of plot, you're just there to see a lot of embarrassing things happen, and you'll get that here. You do figure about what the ending is going to be, but it does make it feel heartwarming that seeing a Jackass film have a moment of heart, really makes it a surprise to me. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa is not as enjoyable as I thought was going to be, but I still like it just fine that it doesn't feel like a stretched out sketch.

Robert L (ag) wrote: Funnier and Juicer then expected. This was a good parody of the Hunger games.

Seana O (ca) wrote: typically cheesy Step Up story, but the choreography is great and the flash mob sequences are amazing.

Anthony G (br) wrote: While lacking the star power of Donnie yen, Ip Man Zero takes us to Ip Mans childhood. Quick to fight the story progresses quite quickly. Establishing friendships and martial arts and their role on our characters. Demonstration of the "Wing Chun" style is mystifying, quick as the masters fight. Watching it makes you want to throw your own fists. Centering Ip at his teen years. He is portrayed to a T the way Donnie had played Ip. So you feel comfortable with the character.His fast fists and honor are tested in this great story of a comming of age grandmaster.

Siri B (kr) wrote: Fun and easy horror about a company team-building trip into the Hungarian forest. Did I forget to mention the company sells death and destruction (ie weaponry) and an urban legend has it that some of the hardware ended up in the forests of Hungary.

Michael P (mx) wrote: A very low budget indie, a mumblecore film. It had some interesting points & character development and a few nice shots but ultimately this was just a boring film and felt really long. It does show some of what its intention is of showing how technology can both bring us together and isolate us.

Dan H (nl) wrote: It was interesting, but I might have liked it more if it actually made sense.

Bryan K (fr) wrote: Awful. Nothing redeeming here at all. About as absorbing as a homemade porn flick.

Dan E (us) wrote: Flawed in EVERY sense, this installment never should have happened and I won't ever consider it a canon sequel.

Nilufer R (fr) wrote: First sequel was okay, second was barely okay but this one was just too much i think. No need for another one. It could have been really scary but they just couldn't make it work.

Imran K (au) wrote: Minors would love it because they dont have any sense of humour.

FilmGrinder S (mx) wrote: It's a super hero musical! Camp galore!

Roy N (kr) wrote: Sequel to Tony Rome, its pretty much equal to the first one, works pretty much the same way, Frank's detecting down in Miami and meets alot of good looking (usually scantily clad) woman. The Tony Rome movies have my two favorite 60's movie hotties, Jill St. John in the first one and Requel Welch in this one.

Zbigniew Z (it) wrote: I'm not a big fan of movies like this one where you need to admire the theatrical art rather than the story being told. I don't doubt that it's an incredible debut, just not my cup of tea.

Art S (ag) wrote: Ozu's gentle social commentary is wry and comic (rather than heartrending) in this classic 1950s tale of kids who want a TV. The color scheme is autumn (save for Ozu's red objects). Shares a plot element (and some of the stock players) with Tokyo Story.

Sean D (mx) wrote: One of my favorite movies ever!