The Day the Earth Caught Fire
British reporters suspect an international cover-up of a global disaster in progress... and they're right. Hysterical panic has engulfed the world after the United States and the Soviet Union simultaneously detonate nuclear devices and have caused the orbit of the Earth to alter, sending it hurtling towards the sun.
- Stars:Janet Munro, Leo McKern, Edward Judd, Michael Goodliffe, Bernard Braden, Reginald Beckwith, Gene Anderson, Renée Asherson, Arthur Christiansen, Austin Trevor, Edward Underdown, Ian Ellis,
- Director:Val Guest,
- Writer:Wolf Mankowitz (written for the screen by), Val Guest (written for the screen by)
When the USA and Russia test atomic bombs at the same time, it knocks the Earth out its orbit and sends it spiraling toward the Sun. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Day the Earth Caught Fire torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: I saw my inner shaithan
(fr) wrote: 2.5/5. A hilarious so-bad-it's-good film. If you're looking for a movie for Bad Movie Night, this is a strong pick. Other than that, I can't really recommend it.
(ag) wrote: Why do they keep making sequels to what was--at best--a mediocre alien rip-off? And, a better question, why do people such as myself keep watching them? This third entry in the series follows the offspring of Eve--the human/alien hybrid from the first movie--and it manages to be a reasonably entertaining sci-fi horror film that once again trots out the body horror cliches of the first film with perhaps a few new twists. Still, it manages to be entertaining enough for an evening when you have nothing better to do...
(es) wrote: It relies on the characters too much and there's little plot to it, but Kenan Thompson is great as the main character
(kr) wrote: Well this film makes no sense, Emilia Fox is extremely aggravating and whoever plays Furlong's brother does the worst american accent I've ever heard. The plot is seriously flawed, the script is appalling and two stars go out to legend Edward Furlong who was always way too good for a film like this. I did enjoy the computer hacking and webcam idea, but they should have made a good movie of it...
(ru) wrote: Lau Ching-Wan is his usual self and it's good. Francis Ng is good, the story is ok. See it if you haven't!
(fr) wrote: Sorority House Massacre is awful in every possible way. Acting, music, cinematography, directing... you name, it's awful. It tries hard to be similar to Halloween and fails in every regard. Laugh in amazement at how awful the writing (people watching their friends die and are not even upset or angered or try to save them!?) truly is. So many illogical things happen in this movie that it is hard to give it anything other than a .5/5
(br) wrote: Crucifixes or toilet plungers, its all the same LOL. Most 70's tv movies were MUCH better then this. And I never thought Linda Blair looked "innocent" anyway lolz. FYI: LB is from St. Louis, MO, who knew?
(nl) wrote: How can you not like Rowlands and Douglas pacing through a Dalton Trumbo script based on an Edward Abbey novel? Far from perfect, it was still worthwhile as a different kind of Western. It left me reaching for my dog-eared copy of Abbey immediately thereafter.
(jp) wrote: ...isn't this just dracula? a vampire can't continue feeding, so he sends his servant in to remove the item that's driving him away...that's from dracula, right? well, this whole movie is pretty much dracula...the only difference is that in this movie the vampire has a look-alike brother that's fighting against him. overall, it's alright...but you're better off sticking to the original rather than wandering over to view this film instead.
(ag) wrote: This is the kind of movie you might watch once out of curiosity to see if the hype that surrounds this film to the present day is worth anything, but it's NOT... the worst part is that they killed real living animal for making this pseudo-snuff terrible and gruesome movie
(kr) wrote: Not really a comedy at all.
(kr) wrote: Super realistic film about a teacher that goes on a destructive vacation. He make some bad choices and it just getting worse and worse as he downs more and more. This is the real "Hangover" in a way.It got a somewhat scary message - going on drinking-sprees when you have the possibility to do so, relatable I would say. This very low budget film has a superb pace. It's simplistic but effective and it's never a flat watch. The kangaroo hunt is the most controversial and disturbing stuff here, but maybe not the most rememberable scenes after all. Sweat, beer cans, guns, dust, heat and carelessness all over the line here.7 out of 10 chugged beers.