The Acid Eaters

The Acid Eaters

A group of office workers go every Friday afternoon to the White Pyramid, a 50-foot tower of LSD.

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The Acid Eaters torrent reviews

cale l (fr) wrote: very funny and good though bad at some parts has a good story of a lost event

Adi R (de) wrote: A good love story with a serious backdrop of suicide

Sean W (ca) wrote: Despite an interesting premise and a shocking opening, The Killing Room quickly descends into paranoid nonsense, with its plot being as boring as it is preposterous.

WS W (br) wrote: Thought it was something very big deal involving some kind of huge international conspiracy... no complaints though.

Kevin O (it) wrote: The criminal justice system is flawed. This gripping documentary captures the emotions of a few men who had been locked up for crimes they did not commit. The hardest part for wrongfully imprisoned human beings is leaving the penal system. Their lives have been turned upside down, and what to they get in return?

Seita K (fr) wrote: jake AND jared? :--------------o = <3.

Daniel D (jp) wrote: This film has grown off me a bit, but I still think Brosnan is excellent in it. He'll probably always be my favorite Bond.

bill s (kr) wrote: Most of this cheese splats over the floor.

Mark T (nl) wrote: ...But i'll bet you don't come back for a second viewing.


Randall W (us) wrote: I love Fritz Lang, but this film simply drags on way too long.

probowl 4 (us) wrote: Fantastic acting from Billy Bob Thornton make 'Sling Blade' a must watch just on that fact alone but there is much more to offer within the story of Karl Childers and his journey to re-adapt to life outside of the hospital.

Matthew T (gb) wrote: I'm putting myself out on a limb here. You may want to call in the boys at the funny farm to come and lock me up, but I really thought this movie was fun. The obvious comparison is (as with Sin City) to Dick Tracy but as well to Tim Burton's Batman. However it also has me nostalgic for all those movies that came out in the early and the mid 90's from the Shadow to the Crow. Now granted these movies were not all universally liked, partially due to the fact that, like their comic book source material, the films focused more on character, mood and theme, than on actual plot development. The formula was simple: charismatic villain squares off with the straight man vigilante who lurks in the shadows. The fun was all in the stylization of the story telling from elaborate film sets, fashionable costumes, quirky characters, a tinge of morbidness, sweeping music scores, and lots of gun play and fisticuffs. And voila that is exactly what you get in the Spirit. I always argued that with all the emphasis on style these films are the real art house movies and critics who focused solely on plot often miss the point. Well one day my hope is that people's attitude changes towards films that just seek to have fun playing in the mean twisted (art designed) streets. But all the same I won't hold my breath.