The Blue Man

The Blue Man

A dissatisfied Montreal director of TV commercials is taught to astrally project himself by a mysterious woman. But soon he finds that he does it against his will when he sleeps, and while ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:85 minutes
  • Release:1985
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   occult,   witch,  

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The Blue Man torrent reviews

JeanAntoine B (it) wrote: Dark,dramatic and funny.

Andrew R (nl) wrote: This flick is okay, it has a great premise with some very disturbing scenes but as a whole the film doesn't quite work. That being said though I'd recommend you give it a watch if you are looking for a horror film that has some interesting material to offer. Don't expect amazement but it will spook you out.

Eric H (br) wrote: Delightful and fun to watch, but it could have used just a bit more depth considering we are in London and Nazi bombers are overhead. Frances McDormand is a hard luck woman who stumbles into a high society job as the secretary for American starlet Amy Adams. Borderline slapstick ensues as Amy maneuvers between men and parties with the help of Francis, but, it is the relationship between Frances and Ciaran Hinds (Persuasion, Mayor of Casterbridge) that holds the most interest. Great use of period music and costumes, but much of the dialogue is way too snappy for the period. It's all light as a feather and recommended as such.

Eric G (nl) wrote: Palast employs his New York sense of cynicism to tell the story of perhaps the most crooked dynasty in recent history. Not the best documentary ever, but educational.

Adrian W (ca) wrote: Without a doubt, Ousmane Sembene's outstadning political film will be remembered for its realistic cinematography and strong female characters.

Victoria R (au) wrote: Another excellent film from Ken Loach, with his ususal ingredients: poverty, unemployment mixed with humour. Quite powerful scenes and many funny moments.

Shawn W (fr) wrote: Banned in the UK way back but seemed relatively tame after I just watched Saw. A disturbed priest throws a 25th birthday party with corpses as guests for a woman and her twin sister who suffers from a disfiguring virus and holds childhood grudges.

Matt B (ru) wrote: They look like coffee addicts to me boys.


Kristian S (kr) wrote: =:D erittin halpa!!

Ric A (ag) wrote: With a beautiful cast and a charming storyline, About Alex is actually a pretty decent film. It is such a shame it is let down a bit by an unfocused narrative, but other than that, it is a good Friday night after office hours movie.

Steve D (gb) wrote: Needlessly cluttered and very sad All star superman may be the worst of the Animated dc movies. It is overly silly at times, but always with superman's impending death hanging over it. There seems to be a sub plot for every 10 min. of movie. Never letting the viewer invest in the main story. a terrible disappointment.

(nl) wrote: The perfect example of great actors doing it for the paycheck. Jon Voight, Sissy Spacek, and Robert Duvall should be ashamed of themselves.

Early B (jp) wrote: A young woman finds herself drawn inexplicably to a run down theatre, becoming witness to a series of morbid tales, hosted by a human sized ventriloquial figure. Yes, we're in the terror-tory (Ha! Pun!) of portmanteaus - a genre of horror that the term 'mixed bag' was genetically grown for. Whereas in the distant past, other films of this type (The House that Dripped Blood, Asylum) have tended to be headed up by one team behind the curtain, Theatre Bizarre goes the way V/H/S, with different directors and writers for each segment. Unfortunately, unlike V/H/S, it's just not very successful. Some stories simply substitute gore and tits for story, whilst others seem to tag on a surprise ending at odds with the rest of the tale - a case of 'he was walking down the street, eating an ice cream and then his knees fell off'. One story in particular, in which a mother tries to make light of her young daughter's fascination with death after witnessing a bike accident, stands out the most because of its maturity amongst all the blood and boobs. It's the bright spark in an otherwise depressing number of z-grade stories that not even the appearance of uber-legend, Tom Savini, can save.