In 2010 “Skinwalker Ranch” gained media attention after experiencing a wide range of unexplained phenomena. Reports ranged from UFO sightings to livestock mutilation, but maybe most notable was the disappearance of ranch owner Hoyt Miller’s eight-year-old son Cody on November 11, 2010. Close to a year later, Modern Defense Enterprises has sent a team of experts to document and investigate the mysterious occurrences, which only escalate upon their arrival. Tensions rise as the team must decide how far they will go to unlock the mysteries of “Skinwalker Ranch.” The group debates whether the answers are worth risking their lives for, or if they should just call off the investigation and leave the ranch—that is, if leaving is actually an option…
Writer:Steve Berg (story by), Ken Bretschneider (story by), Devin McGinn (story by), Murphy Michaels (story by), Adam Ohler
Inspired by true events that shocked the paranormal community around the world, the movie follows a special team as they are sent in to investigate the unexplained disappearance of ranch owner Hoyt Miller's eight year old son. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dana P (ag) wrote: This movie was seriously awful! Boring, strange, and completely ridiculous! Acting sucked, writing sucked, and the whole thing was not worth the $1.20 I paid to rent it!
Dan H (gb) wrote: An ultra-bizarre, drugged up, headache-inducing, out-of-control, roller-coaster ride of a film. When best friends John and Dave try out a new drug called Soy Sauce, they start to see things no one else can see and soon find themselves entangled in a quest to save the world. The film does have some pretty crappy production design and VFX, but luckily Chase Williamson and Rob Mayes are so much fun to watch that it's hard not to get swept up in this insane new world dreamt up by people who were probably on heavy drugs at the time. It also helps that the film has a wicked dark humor streak. Resembling a Saturday morning cartoon serial with heavy dark Noir influences and elements along with a shit ton more drugs, John Dies at the End is a fun, hallucinatory and bizarre trip.You don't have to be on drugs while watching the film, but it helps in understanding some of the heady ideas the film puts forth at times if you've ever done heavy hallucinogens.
Rick H (gb) wrote: Horrible. Just horrible.
Jonathan C (ru) wrote: Good clean fun with a simple unpretentious story. Special effects are well done, not over done. Overall it is a truly excellent film and I can't fault it one bit. Thoroughly enjoyable and I'm sure very well suited as a family film.
Charles P (ag) wrote: The Postman is an indulgent exercise in American and celebrity ego, stretching the length and the ideas too thin for the dignity or symbolism to serve anything but itself.
Adam F (fr) wrote: "Waiting..." is a disturbingly accurate reflection of the life of a restaurant crew aimlessly working their way through the daily routine and entertaining themselves with their puzzling in-jokes and communal resentments. The movie is an exaggeration of what goes on behind the scenes... but It's really not that far off. It's not so much that the characters or events in the movie are made-up as much as you would probably have to pool together the craziest stories and characters from 5 different restaurants to get the ones featured here. Having worked in a couple of restaurants operated mostly by teenagers and young adults, I can tell you that I experienced some stunts that were almost as insane as the ones pulled here. I'm even ashamed to say that I recognize some of the characters in the film as being some of my own co-workers from when I was in high school. What doesn't work is the gross-out humour. When it's over-the-top ridiculous it's funny, but when it's realistic and food related, it's just foul and will make you want to turn the movie off in disgust (and certainly if you're eating, you're appetite will vanish quickly). If you can get past the... unappetizing portions of the picture and if you've ever worked at a job that in retrospect you really hated, you're bound to laugh hard at this comedy. (On Dvd, October 8, 2012)
Sean B (mx) wrote: in my opinion greatest spike lee movie ever. great plot. great ending. halarious. deep. in ur face. educational. this movie speaks sum of the truest shit i ever herd. tommy hillnigga lol "keep supporting big corperations and keep ur self in the ghetto"
Khan M (jp) wrote: There is no parallel to this in the history of motion pictures. After watching this I realized, if Satyajit Ray is called the composer of motion picture than Abbas Kiarostami is the poet of motion picture. Their films have established motion picture as an art in only 100 years.
Alex W (ru) wrote: been a while sense i saw this, remember it being fun even if your not a kiss fan.
leeroy c (ca) wrote: fantastic. feel in love with the idea of being a rock god and what a great live track 'bring on the night'. made me want to go to paris i think!
Krystal F (au) wrote: An elaborate fanfare of prats and follies in the confusing game of love. A fanciful delight for the whole neighborhood- ages 8 to 80!!
Jay W (ru) wrote: Many issues, great characters, excellent acting. Hard to watch, but a microcosm of society under unbelievable stress.
Fraer C (kr) wrote: A dumb, trashy, gory exploitation flick from the legendary H.G. Lewis. Chock full of appalling acting and insanely inappropriate music, this is 'special'.