Taking a wrong turn, travelers find themselves trapped in a mysterious house. One horror after another threatens them as the sorcerer who lives within needs sacrifices to give eternal life ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Taking a wrong turn, travelers find themselves trapped in a mysterious house. One horror after another threatens them as the sorcerer who lives within needs sacrifices to give eternal life to his beautiful bride.
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Ravi Kiran P (us) wrote: Excellent picture, Must see
Venkat S (nl) wrote: First John Abraham movie that I like.
Alonso A (jp) wrote: Beautiful cinematography, great performances, haunting score and Jarmusch's always refreshing direction.
Jonathan J (it) wrote: Si la premiere partie semble prometteuse, habile a montrer les contrastes et les univers parallles dans lesquels (C)voluent les personnages, le second acte, nous emmene vers l'improbable, mais previsible, au benefice de l'histoire. Mais le problme est le dernier acte qui tombe dans l'impossible, pour faire la morale.Or cet enchainement d' (C)v (C)nements impossibles, enlevent toute portee a une morale rendue du coup inexistante. La fin est trop hesitante et evasive. On a l'impression d'un souffle qui retombe, qui s'ecrase, an (C)antissant tout le reste du film.Reste les bonnes performances de Karin Viard et Gilles Lellouche, bien que ce dernier, victime d'une erreur de casting reste peu credible en loup de la finance.
Calvin R (ag) wrote: Itsone of the best justice league animation . The animation was great and the voice over is awesome!
James B (au) wrote: A good movie for old people. Ok golf movie, but kind of boring.
Aaron C (au) wrote: surprisingly refreshing tale of a rural family moving into the big city to fulfill the dad's lifelong dreams that turn out to be not so dreamy. Caterina, in contrast, dazzles with her quiet, innocent, optimism, and her transformation from naive village girl to urban brat and back just brings a nice warm feeling to the heart... particularly to a city rat who is feeling trapped by village isolation
Heather H (it) wrote: This is one of my favorite Juliette Lewis movies.
Chris R (mx) wrote: Second time round and Shigehiro Ozawa has fallen out of love with Chiba's raw physicality, instead choosing to represent this fight sequel in as tight and immediate a way as possible. Fights are claustrophobic, hand-held wails rather than slow pace-downs as Chiba gets another mobster cob-on. Tsurugi again finds himself at odds with his paymasters agenda - this time round they plan to off roley-poley karate don Masaoka for sticking his nose into a mob buy-out of East Asian fighting form. Tsurugi has a soft-spot for the incorruptible Masaoka: "He's the only man who understands me." Ozawa tacks on a few of Bond's lifestyle magazine elements, presumably to give the sequel some broader appeal / economic pep. Tsurugi gets to growl at a lady in a lift, naturally she fawn all over him - pickup sex quickly turns into a near-miss Verhoeven honey-trap. Turns out Tsurugi is quite willing to sadistically snap the fairer sex into oblivion too. Return of the Street Fighter maintains its prequels high standard of direct violence and bodily harm - a prison hit the stand out - although never exceeding it. There's nothing in this sequel to touch Street Fighter's impromptu castration of a burly rapist. Return is unfortunately dense with filler material: Recycled footage from Street Fighter pops up far too often in Return's brief 79 minute running time, transposed scenes play out in their entirety too - including the pivotal executed Father flashback. This time inspiring Tsurugi to down a bottle of cheap white plonk, and spit it all over his body in some kind of demented fight baptism. Several specialist weapons masters are set-up through extended (feature length padding) abilities show-offs too. Each gets a couple of minutes to prove just how deadly their chosen style is against breeze blocks. They look like trouble in the singular, never mind as a unit. We needn't have worried: When they eventually clash with our man, he punches their eyes out almost immediately. Return's saving grace is its dying minutes. Chiba relentlessly dogs the ratty (colonialist?) mafia don responsible for deforming martial arts sanctity. Chiba is not up against an equal this time, his prey is completely unable to defend himself against Tsurugi's unstoppable fury. Don Rat Face choose flight rather than fight - screaming, begging and praying all the way to his collateral damage immolation. Tsurugi just laughs.
Manish M (mx) wrote: Pure British billiance!
John P (it) wrote: Last of the A&C monster teamups, and one of the best!It's nice to see Boris Karloff finally essaying the Jekyll-Hyderole, even tho stuntman Eddie Parker actually plays the apish monster. Nice comedic stalking bit on a foggy rooftop; andI love the scene where Lou'sCharlie Brown head is transformed into that of a mouse. Look quick for a pre-PETER GUNN Craig Stevens.
Graham M (jp) wrote: Just another Die Hard clone.
David S (it) wrote: The string of comedies that aren't great continues. It has been awhile since I have seen a great comedy. I will say though, this is probably the best one I have seen in a while, and that's not saying much because even this one was just OK at best. It had a couple moments and scenes where I genuinely laughed, but in the end it still was just alright. I give it an extra .5 boost for making me laugh more than the last few comedies I have watched.
Michael B (gb) wrote: Energy aliens chase a handful of survivors through Moscow. A fun late night or rainy day flick.
Lee M (ru) wrote: Feels trapped in the limbo between comedy and drama where many indies gamely venture, but from which few emerge with any resonance.
Jonathan C (au) wrote: Wacky and weird with some cool effects, it fails to entertain even though the good cast turns in some hammy performances. So much going on, but so very boring. Shame.