The Dead Are Alive

The Dead Are Alive

A photographer on an archaeological expedition digging up Etruscan ruins in Italy begins to suspect that not all the Etruscans buried there are actually dead.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:105 minutes
  • Release:1972
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   ghost,   italy,  

A photographer on an archaeological expedition digging up Etruscan ruins in Italy begins to suspect that not all the Etruscans buried there are actually dead. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Dead Are Alive torrent reviews

Michael H (kr) wrote: Another one necesssry? Not really, but setting things AFTER he becomes Greystroke makes this more interesting. Plus, the anti-slavery angle is solid. Negative points for trying to making Jane not a damsel, but then just making her a damsel.

Yolande M (us) wrote: Cute G movie with a father and daughter coming to terms. Beloved in action~

Joseph H (ca) wrote: Very disturbing actually.. Hard to watch... Wow

Juan R (de) wrote: Predictable, tacky, chessy and cheap movie.

Kyle G (es) wrote: Great movie with a funny story. Chedder apple pie- the all American.

Alexander C (au) wrote: Could be worth a viewing, would like to see it sometime in the future.

Yunhi O (es) wrote: This is a film essay. A critique on the representation and misrepresentation of Los Angeles in film through the past several decades using their clips. While very insightful, highly curated, and profound, some clips are exuberant and there are humorous moments in the narration. There are also times when my thoughts race with the film, trying to digest its depth while catching up with its images; this 3-hour film holds attention throughout. Will watch again.

austin g (mx) wrote: One of the most stunning animated films I have ever seen. This movie is an intellectual political drama part of a forgotten trilogy. It takes a level of depth to understand this film, which expects its audience to posses.

Lee M (ag) wrote: If you're sick of kinky killers and English rip-offs of American genre movies, this terminally bleak and violent 1995 road movie may irritate the hell out of you--unless you're as impressed as I was by Amanda Plummer's performance.

Cori A (fr) wrote: "We sent the same men as we were this morning, I swear!" - Bill"Hehehehehe!" - Alvin(December 4, 2010)

Leonard D (gb) wrote: Haven't seen this since the 6th grade, and am not planning on taking a look at it again. The concept of the turtles traveling back in time seemed like a good idea, but when it was executed, this just made you think "wait! What the heck is this!?" Even the villain was too silly compared to the shredder! What a waste of time, money, and potential!

Ola G (us) wrote: When three hippie drug-dealers are murdered by "the assassin" (Peter Hutchins) in Los Angeles, the U.S. government sends special agent Paul Sherman (Sven-Bertil Taube) to track down the European source of heroin that is causing the drug war. Sherman was born in Holland, but it is clear that Amsterdam's chief of police, Colonel De Graaf (Alexander Knox) is unhappy with having the Americans interfere in Dutch affairs. However, Sherman's direct contact, Inspector Van Gelder (Patrick Allen) is more cooperative, since his niece, Trudi (Penny Casdagli) suffered brain damage after a heroin overdose. When Sherman makes contact with a under cover agent from Washington named Maggie (Barbara Parkins), he almost immediately has a brutal encounter with "the assassin," indicating that the drug dealers have someone on the inside..."Puppet on a chain" was made and released about two years after its source novel of the same name by Alistair MacLean (first published in 1969). It was MacLean's fourteenth novel and this movie was the seventh film adaptation of one of MacLean's stories. This movie has been on my to see list for a very long time and it was quite of my liking. The famous Swedish musical artist Sven-Bertil Taube is solid as Paul Sherman and he has both the looks and the weight to portray a special agent. I love the slightly psychedelic touch in the film, the setting of lovely Amsterdam, the stunning Barbara Parkins, the action scenes leading up to the intense boat chase along the canals of Amsterdam, the morals of what drugs do to you and the touch of James Bonds blessing hovering over its villains and plotline. Yes, the acting is maybe a bit wobbly and the green screens emerge every now and then. But, all in all "Puppet on a chain" is definitely ok in my book.

stanley r (gb) wrote: I like the old style humor and concept. Better than most flicks any day on Chiller or SyFy.