Rigor Mortis

Rigor Mortis

Juno Mak’s debut feature Rigor Mortis is an eerie and chilling, contemporary action- and special effects-laden homage to the classic Chinese vampire movies of the 1980s.

A public housing tenement is plunged into a dark storm of supernatural chaos. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Rigor Mortis torrent reviews

Mike C (gb) wrote: Soft spot for true stories of this nature. Jesse Eisenberg does awkward again.

Farah F (ca) wrote: funny as shit!!.....even tho u mite neeed 2 close ur eyes n play blind 2 da story...the dialouges r ace.....sum cliche but still super funny!

Paul E (ag) wrote: You know how after a celebrity dies the media tends to do a "re-evaluation" of their career? They'll say something like, "Maybe it wasn't as bad as we thought it was." That's the only reason I can think of as to why I added "RV" to my Netflix queue. Well, in this case they got it wrong - it is as bad the reviews said it was. There is not one single original thing in the entire film. To make matters worse, Robin Williams seems muted throughout. Williams was someone who should never have been muted. Things I liked: the scenery, Kristin Chenoweth and...that's about it.

Ruwani A (au) wrote: chimp was the only good actor. ok if one is looking for clique smirks....

Robert H (ca) wrote: While the story is standard slasher stuff, not treading any new ground (outside of it being about snowboarders and skiiers), there is still some enjoyment to be had with Shredder... even if only in minutia. The one thing that truly disappointed me about the film was just how lame the kills were. There's a bit of gore but for the most part, if you even see the kill, it's boring an unimaginative.One thing Shredder does have going for it is that you can at least add it to your Christmas movie list as it does take place during the holidays... even if they don't really come out and advertise it.

mike a (es) wrote: A true delight. The film conveys the awkwardness of coming out and of the difficulties of searching for love at such a tender age. the script is well observed and the performances genuine and heartfelt. The comedic element to the film strikes just the right balance and stops the subject matter becoming too weighty. I am sure some people find the film uncomfortable and if so then it has achieved its aim. brilliant

Michael W (fr) wrote: "Hell week" for a group of Phi Up pledges is marred by the reappearance of a former pledge who died in a hazing incident when boiled in a bath of acid(!) some 20 years before. The ensuing carnage has one pledge wishing he had pledged Sigma Kai instead. Below average in all departments, spending much of its time degrading and humiliating the pledges. Proudly filmed at Rutgers, something the entire university can certainly take pride in for many years to come.

Tyler S (de) wrote: I loved this movie as a kid...loved loved loved....I thought the premise was interesting and the effects were cool. Watching it today it is a little dated. That still doesnt take away from the genius of the film and idea. A timeless classic.

Robby R (jp) wrote: A so-called "noodle western" in reference to the spaghetti western genre, this Japanes film about mastering the noodle is hilairous and inventive and unique.

Jim S (kr) wrote: I really do have an attraction to this movie. I usually see it once every 1 or 2 years. The movie is fast and does not go too deep in the issues, but that is why I like it. It gets in fast and next thing you know it is over. Not one of those movies where halfway it loses your attention. What I really like is that the Blue Thunder helicopter is believable. I would fear if they re made it today it would be so spaceship like and all cgi. like the plane in Stealth. This is well worth a watch.

Keaton E (ca) wrote: With beautiful cinematography and a strong lead in Tommy Kirk, Old Yeller overcomes close relation of the classic tale.

Kristi M (fr) wrote: House of Spirits plays like a Cliff Notes version of the novel by highlighting important events but never getting into the character depth it needs. The most baffling element is making Clara clairvoyant (ha, name similarity) because it's completely random and doesn't add anything to the plot besides giving the writers an opportunity to practice executing spiritual nonsense. Even with serious star power it goes to show that no matter how good of an actor someone is there are just some books that shouldn't be made into a movie.

Mark W (nl) wrote: Surprisingly I found the remake to be a far superior film... I don't think I've ever said that before (maybe for Hills Have Eyes).... Frankly the movie lacked any real major plot, it was poorly acted, had an unbelievably unrealistic character attitude switch near the end and well the whole thing was pretty much subpar... I must say the end to the film was fun but with a clear Friday The 13th influence!