The Dark Hours

The Dark Hours

Dr. Samantha Goodman is a beautiful, young psychiatrist. Burnt out, she drives to the family’s winter cottage to spend time with her husband and sister. A relaxing weekend is jarringly interrupted when a terrifying and unexpected guest arrives. What follows is an extraordinary night of terror and evil mind games where escape is not an option.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:80 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   surrealism,   dream,  

The thirty and something years old psychiatrist Dr. Samantha Goodman has an incurable brain tumor that has just started to grow. Felling totally stressed, she decides to spend the weekend ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Dark Hours torrent reviews

John G (ca) wrote: worth a watch... I liked it

Chandrahasa R (mx) wrote: One of the best Telugu movies I have ever watched. Brilliant story and great acting. Its amazing how much creativity went into this movie.

Anwyn C (au) wrote: A beautiful debut from director M (C)lanie Laurent.

Andrew M (fr) wrote: One Hour Photo rides a delicate line. Not unlike Scorsese's Taxi Driver, Mark Romanek's sophomore directorial effort infuses two very opposing ideas into its central character: relatable sympathy, and a questionable sense of darkness and paranoia.You can't help but feel bad for Sy "the photo guy" Parrish (Robin Williams), the socially awkward film developer at the local SavMart. Developing film is his life. He has no family, no significant other to come home to. His intent focus on his work results in Sy taking a liking to the customers that visit his section of the store: namely, the Yorkin family consisting of Will (Michael Vartan), Nina (Connie Nielsen), and their son Jake (Dylan Smith). Perhaps he takes this liking too far, but he doesn't mean any harm. He's lonely, and would give anything to find a family of his own that would accept him. With the Yorkin family, he believes he's found just that. It's a case of finding identity for someone who has none of their own.It just so happens that Sy has picked a family that is not the picture perfect family he's imagined them to be. The Yorkins have problems in their home, and Sy feels obligated to do something about them. It's here where we see the other side of Sy. His sympathetic side goes into hiding, and a much darker side takes control. Romanek amps up the tension here, but does so slowly and deliberately. The metaphorical guitar string is continuously wound and wound and wound, with Jeff Cronenweth's haunting cinematography filling our vision and the two sides of Sy pulling our conscience in two different directions.This is a character that needs a strong actor to work effectively, and Robin Williams is the perfect man for the job. It's almost polarizing to see an actor known primarily for lighthearted comedies a such a dark, complex character, but here, Williams proves himself as a dramatic actor in what may very well be the standout performance of his industrious career. His familiar sense of warmth works well for the awkward but relatable side of Sy, but as things progress into darker territory, Williams has no trouble unleashing his sinister side in a believable manner.Anchored by Williams' intense performance, Romanek has crafted a slow-burn drama with a lot more to say than meets the eye, delivered with a refreshing degree of ambiguity not present in many movies. It's the kind of psychological thrill ride that throws you for a loop without many actual thrills.

Laura F (it) wrote: Lovely little film! Enjoy!

Alison C (ag) wrote: RomComs might be one of the worse movie genres and I think only horror is worse. That being said, I think this is one of the best romcoms and I really like it. As many times as I had seen it, it didn't occur to me until now that it's a satire! It is both satirical about how romance movies warp people's views of romance, while it, knowingly, is one of those movies itself. Not sure if that's hypocritical or brilliant but I don't care too much cause the movie is cute, delightful, and charming. Sam pulls on your heart strings. I don't really get how I'm spose to feel about Walter. His only fault seems to be his allergies but no one but Annie seems to even like him, given how his jokes always miss, and Rosie gets all quiet and weird when Annie gushes about him, and Annie's mother's comments on him. I just don't get why no one likes him? Cause he's not her destiny? Whatever. I like the way this movie is edited and how the two stories weave together. It's very well-written. Tom Hanks is wonderful. An Affair To Remember isn't that great of a movie though, IMHO.

Chris (au) wrote: Another great movie by Cheech and Chong.

Deborah H (jp) wrote: I LOVED IT! I LOVED IT! Diana Ross is my favorite actress and my IDOL!!!!!

Cita W (us) wrote: Boy how Peter Lorre creep the shit out of me with his face

Ben S (nl) wrote: Jean Arthur is Bonnie, an itinerant entertainer that falls for a small time airline owner (Cary Grant) in a South American town. The airline makes a dangerous mail run over a mountain range, which has such a high mortality rate the pilots become inured to the prospect of death. Bonnie is initially repelled by their seeming callousness but eventually accepts it as a way to deal with a harsh reality. A remarkably relaxed and easy-going movie given its dark premise.

Tim M (de) wrote: There are romantic films once in a generation that, while deeply flawed, possess a certain nostalgic quality and feel that make everyone in the world love them. "Pretty Woman" is just that kind of film, and you just can't help but love it's big heart.