The Bell Witch Haunting

The Bell Witch Haunting

Based on true events. The Robertson County Sheriff's Department has released footage found on the bodies of the Sawyer family's cell phones and video cameras. What was first thought to be a murder-suicide is now believed to be the return of a centuries-old demon responsible for America's most famous paranormal event.

Found-footage horror. The Robertson County Sheriff's Department has released videos found on the bodies of the Sawyer family's cell phones and video cameras. What was first thought to be a murder-suicide is now believed to be the return of a centuries-old demon responsible for America's most famous paranormal event. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Patrick M (de) wrote: I saw this as a late night film festival showing. Most film fest horror is 'ok' but this was smart, fun and utterly original. By the time the filmmakers and actors all arrived at the end for a Q & A, I was a fan.

Felipe F (ru) wrote: Although visually dazzling, The Great Beauty is a presumptuos and shallow film whose subject is not clear.

Janika Maria B (au) wrote: too materialistic and snoody to my liking

Benjamin F (it) wrote: The film sweats cool. I just wish someone had polished and cleared up the script before it was made.

Mandela W (jp) wrote: I am very picky about animation films as I have gotten older and enjoy adults a lot more. However every few years there is usually an animation film that most impresses me. Although I had missed it during its time, I recently caught this film Happy feet and it turned out to be one hell of a well made animation film! The story of Happy Feet revolves around mubble a penguin who unlike the many other penguins doesn't have a heartsong no singing skills what so ever. He does have a incredible skill of tap dancing but that doesn't sit over well with his clan. He one day comes across a gang of Spanish penguins and thus a wild adventure begins that may lead to his people changing their minds about the fact that his tap dancing "just aint penguin."This was cute but also hilarious. It is a lot of fun for the whole family. Really fun musical and tap dance numbers. I can't believe this is a George miller production would have never expected him to tackle material for kids. shows his versatility as a director in subject matter he can tackle.Solid animation of these penguins, there rapid movement and culture and even the antartic. However the most impressive animation was on the humans it looked it was live action and animation mixed together. The score overall was fantastic in here and the cinematography and camera movement were extraordinary. very interesting script it didn't seem childish at all there was so much coolness and fun to the story.the voice acting was tremendous. Elijah wood did a fine job playing this spuky, hyper active penguin mumble. he has such a young sounding voice that it goes perfectly with this character. Robin Williams narrating was great! It was a shame he never narrated more stories he had a really distinctive narration voice here. He also did a phenomenal job playing so many voices in here his voice changing ability was uncanny. Brittany murphy was very good here as well. Her singing was very impressive and she seemed to have fun here tackling this character.This film had the best ending to an animation film that I've seen in years. this is one of the finest animation films you will ever see. It is incredibly well done and with so much heart to it.

mike h (us) wrote: who doesn't like movies like this, there awesome, i love thme, too bad theres not that many on my list.

Andy P (fr) wrote: Payne's satirical high school comedy is dark, though mischievously rather than mercilessly and while this tone lends itself to some playful laughs, a bit more bite wouldn't have gone amiss. That being said, Election is funny, sharp and fresh.

Billie P (br) wrote: Martin Scorsese's "Kundun" (1997) details the 14th Dalai Lama coming into his own, from being discovered as a young boy and viewed as the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama to his decision later in life to move out of India and oppose the Chinese government. An actor playing former Chinese Chairman Mao appears in here. The various actors in the film playing the Dalai Lama are three, and they are all quite cute, especially, really, the youngest (seriously, he was so cute, I almost cried when I saw him). Anyway, there is something missing from this film, and I don't know what it is exactly. Something about the arc toward the ending was a little strangely orchestrated. But you know, the film is visually stunning, the characters seem real, and viewers will generally enjoy it.

Katie R (ru) wrote: I was invited to no parties. I was invited to no haunted houses. I was invited to no movie nights. I was invited to nothing. It kind of sucks. So it's going to be me, alone in my house, watching movies and eating candy like a huge loser. To make things worse, I've been sick for awhile, so I go to make up some tests I missed, and neither of them are at the library. Grrrr........ At least I'm seeing Love Actually on Saturday. To bad it's with my mom.... ~Katie~

Larry J (it) wrote: Recognizing one has a different sexual desire from most people you know is terrifying - anytime, anywhere. If you lived in a provincial country area of France in 1962, it is rather doubtful you would know anyone experiencing similar feelings. If you lived in a metro area or had family ties with someone gay, there might be the possibility your experience would not be as horrifying as most. The closet of homosexuality was both deep and wide in the U.S. during the early Sixties. The Stonewall riots were seven years away. In France, the situation might have been slightly different. France decriminalized homosexual activity in 1791. Regardless, anyone gay still faces a life of incredible harshness. The examination of one student's realization that he is gay is incredibly well handled in this wonderful film. "Wild Reeds," is a somewhat autobiographical story directed by Andre Techine. The film won 3 Cesar awards, the French equivalent to the Oscars, for Best Film, Best Director, and Most Promising Young Actress for Elodie Bouchez who plays Maite Alvarez. There were three additional Cesar nominations for Most Promising Young Actor: Gael Morel who plays Francois Forestier; Stephane Rideau who plays Serge Bartolo; and Frederic Gorny who plays Henri Mariani. "The Wild Reeds" also won the National Society of Film Critics Award, as well as the New York and Los Angeles Film Critics Awards for best foreign film. Given all of this acclaim, I hope you have heard of, if not seen "The Wild Reeds." If you haven't, you'll be in for an extraordinarily touching experience, so I hope you will get this film. The young, attractive actors are all confused about their political, intellectual and/or sexual identities. Because most of the activity is centered in a boarding school, we share, in an intimate way, the journey from relative ignorance or regard for others, to how one fits into a larger puzzle of life with concern for others. Vague ideas on the direction their lives will take begin to take shape. The film ends with each character seemingly equipped to resolving their personal conflicts in a tentative but realistic manner. While the transition to maturity seems short, it is monumentally felt. It is very easy to relate and become attached to each of the actors and the characters they play. The film opens with Gael Morel as Francois trying to talk his way out of attending a wedding with female friend Maite (Bouchez). Morel is a very handsome young man. He seems a bit fragile. Though fragile in frame, Francois is an incredibly formidable force. Morel will eventually serve as a film apprentice to Director Techine. In fact, Morel will direct the 1996 film "Full Speed" and in 2004, "Three Dancing Slaves." Both films star Stephane Rideau who plays Serge Bartolo in this film. Rideau also stars in the classic gay French film, "Come Undone". I love Morel's excellent performance as Francois in this film. It is just a shame that he has basically given up acting just to direct. Maite is the daughter of the French literature teacher at the boarding school, Madame Alvarez (Michele Moretti). Alvarez has been invited to the wedding of Pierre Bartolo. (Eric Kreikenmayer) Pierre is getting married not for love, but in desperation. He hopes to avoid military involvement in Algeria. If his wedding doesn't get him out of the war, he hopes Madame Alvarez will help hide him. Rarely will you see a film about the lives of teenagers so accurate in the depiction of their moral and emotional urgency; or one so forgiving of their faults, failures, and limitations. Francois discovers he is gay after spending one night getting it on with Serge Bartolo (Pierre's younger brother). Serge actually seduces Francois. Although the seduction is just sexual relief for Serge, it is the beginning of everything for Francois. It becomes a love so intense he is transformed. When this happens in the film, you should be absolutely enthralled. Of particular interest is seeing the ripple effect Francois has on others. The political dimension of the film is further enhanced by a third student, Henri Mariana. (Frederic Gorny in a first-rate performance) He is a "ped noir" or an Algerian-born Frenchman. He is a little older and much more cynical than the other students. He is branded a fascist by Maite who adheres to her mother's communist leanings. There is a natural animosity between Henri and Serge. His brother gets sent off to Algeria in spite of all of the efforts made to get out of the military. Three weeks later, Pierre is dead, ironically killed during the final days of the Algerian War. Madame Alvarez, who failed to get involved with Pierre, feels such guilt she has a nervous breakdown and requires hospitalization. At Pierre's funeral, Francois sends Maite to comfort Serge. When asked why, Francois point blank admits that he loves Serge and knew that Serge liked Maite. The manner in which Francois confronts his sexuality, late at night, in front of a mirror, shows such strength of character no one should feel any negativity at all towards him. He remains optimistic that he will find future happiness. Francois has tried to get to know Henri better than any other student. He tries to break up a fight between Henri and Serge and ends up injuring himself. As the end of the term comes, most of the students are expectant about the outcome of their evaluations. The students decide to blow off steam at a river place Serge considers special. Even though Serge has told Francois that he should forget about their sexual experiences, seeing them playing together seems tremendously sweet. With this being a French film, you can't completely dismiss the possibility of future sexual encounters between Francois and Serge! The title of the film is derived from the poem, "The Oak and the Reed" by Jean de La Fontaine. Francois recites the poem. His delivery is in such a remarkable and dramatic fashion, you may find yourself emotionally gasp. There are many other positive aspects about "The Wild Reeds." The soundtrack is tremendous and peppered with many American tunes of the era such as Chubby Checker's "Let's Twist Again, (like we did last summer)" "Barbara Anne," and "Runaway." Techine's mastery of the atmosphere in the landscape and setting of the era is superior and easy to recognize. The film exudes sincerity and honesty. The performances all seem real and the dialogue authentic. It is a moving, extraordinary film that tells a story about simple events in the lives of normal people. By the end of this film, I will be amazed if you don't care about these people as much as I do.

Ryan K (au) wrote: Put MacLaine and Streep together and this is what you get. What more could we have asked?

Tim S (gb) wrote: I will give this film credit for being absolutely weird with its concepts. Santa Claus was a modest hit in Mexico, where it was filmed and aimed for a release. It was more of a children's movie, and it shows, despite the nightmare imagery it has in some parts of it. In the movie, Santa lives in a castle in the clouds, can only come to Earth on Christmas, has a personal war going with Satan & his fellow devils, and has magic items that give him powers. The way I understand it, in Mexico, Santa isn't a big thing. It's all about Jesus there, so the filmmakers took some license with Santa, and despite how horrible it is, it's quite charming. Don't get me wrong though. I didn't say I thoroughly enjoyed it, but I think I admired it because the people behind it were really trying for something, and they were successful in the end, so good for them. The movie itself isn't successful; it's a complete mess that never really makes much sense, but being that it's a kid's movie, I'll give it a bit of a pass. The best way to watch the movie is, of course, with the crew of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and the more recent live show with Rifftrax.

Marc (gb) wrote: On the same topic as Into The Wild

Paul D (fr) wrote: A total disregard for facts, but a great adaption of a real life mystery with plenty of entertainment.

Sam M (nl) wrote: Seriously don't actually bother if you want to see a goat or what ever it's meant to be getting lucky this film is for you, poorly executed extremely bad acting apart from the mum in the film. Honestly not worth two turds! But apart from that good for a laugh! ??

Galvy F (es) wrote: When its that time of year to see we follow the democratic process an elect some one in office. When we need to make people see somethings look clearer then others to give them a spotlight, clear loud voice and grab everyone's attention. When we need confirmation to what we see we need an inside tip when we are a reporter. When somethings we can't see when there are hurdles and unsure bets. When we don't see what others see when we see some people letting us down when we see them breaking some promises that they cant deliver. When we like seeing the results in somethings but not other things when they are positive not negative. When somethings we don't notice, but see when they are in front of us talking we like. When somethings we see deliver the message and communication for plans ahead, strategize what's next. When somethings we see are a sire bet when we cover the spread and odds. When we need to see some people when we do a great job in what we do. When we see that there are people in charge of things that see to it that the right person wins. When we rather see some people on ourside and others winning when we are sure winners. When winning and losing is everything when we wish to be seen longer and with the right people. When we need to see that we win when we rather side by the side of others we see winning to cross check everything to make sure. When we see some people don't crack under pressure when their beliefs are firm. When we see we are smoother operators then others. When we like seeing some people in high places when they are charming in person as on camera. When what we see matters when looks matter to people rather what's within. When we need to see how those in charge see it when we are instructing them to lead and see in our point of view. When what others dont see they don't know when it's not important and makes look bad. When we don't want some people to see us in the wrong light when we don't want to bring that kind of impression. When we don't care how others see us when we are honest. When we see that somethings are seemingly turbulent, when some theories don't hold weight. When we wish to see some people for their honest opinion and facts when they matter to us when we see the people to believe in what we do will work. When we see we need to win by setting the bar high for people to see. When we see we need to appeal to certain people that would see eye to eye with us or are on our level. When we see that it's a matter of perspective when we need to make others see our point of view. When others like seeing us as much as we do. When we see that we made a mistake that we wish to not see happen again. When somethings we wish not to see get out we hide, while others get out. When we see that the ship is starting to break when back stabbing, disloyalty and leverage blackmailing are involved to expose a scandal. When others need a closer look to see what's going on. When we wish to see some scandals go to put a price over its head when it's not wanted over other things. When we see we need to do damage control over somethings. When we see that we can't rely on some people for somethings when they have a lapse in judgment to let them go. When we see that there are no friends but but whom can serve better. When we see somethings are coming out and other things will too when everyone needs to know and see. When we see that we must chose the other side and jump ship. When we see that judgment is everything when you join a team and whom you are is everything that make us give you chances, titles and power. When we see we are no longer trusted by both sides to lose everything and everyone. When we see power gives us and takes from us when we choose the wrong side and decisions. When others see no choice but to take another way out of a large scandal that would attract more people to see and want to know more that we can't take. When we see some people are honest to let everyone know the truth another way. When we see everyone wants something when sitting by our side. When we see what we least expect when it's leverage we seek. When we see that we can't be easily blackmailed. When we need to see to believe when some people play it close to the chest to give in. When what we dont see behind closed doors can shift powers another way to see those fall and another rise and everything we campaign for is harder to achieve when we are pleasing others with hidden agendas and leverage to serve their needs. When we see things clearer then others to know it's part of the game. When we see some people are replaceable and others are not, when we all serve a purpose and want to be seen in a light that gives us power and allows us to climb higher and higher where the view is much better and we can't help but get more and more of. When those behind the camera can be seen when the brains of the campaign now has a face.