The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It
Cassie, a 13 year old Gothic girl, is trying to fit in at her new school. To entertain herself, she plays a series of pranks on the popular kids and her younger brother, Max. When she goes to a Halloween store looking for new tricks, she finds a little book called "The Evil Thing"
- Stars:Emily Osment, Brittany Curran, Cody Linley, Alex Winzenread, Michelle Duffy, Matt Angel, John Hawkinson, Tobin Bell, Nigel Ash, Colleen Dengel, Katelyn Pippy, Colin Burnes, Barbara Russell, John P. Hopkins, Eric Johnson,
- Director:Alex Zamm,
- Writer:Dan Angel, Billy Brown, R.L. Stine (novel)
Cassie's life changes when she moves and attends a high school ruled by the most beautiful girl in school, Priscilla, and her beautiful sidekicks. Priscilla immediately takes a dislike to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Another mesmerizing and good natured short film from Pixar. It's not the best but it's a nice little story with an upbeat message.
(mx) wrote: It was okay, quite strange.
(mx) wrote: One of my favorites after watching it once I got older. Kamal brings in strong performance along with Rani, Vasundhra Das, Kavingar Vaali, and the list goes on. Even SRK bags in a the memorable Amjad Ali Khan. Ilayaraja rocks in music and i highly recommend you see this classic. better that watching fake kanth's kuselan.
(br) wrote: Bonkers, ridiculous, and just plain awesome. Compare it with its horror predecessors all you like, I smiled more during this than during either Evil Dead film.
(mx) wrote: Great film. Plain and simple. This captures so well what we fear will be us without a life to live, but at the same time it's a slice out of every one of our lives. Being a huge fan of Linklater, I think this is one of his best and it continues to inspire me.
(au) wrote: Broadcast News is a beguiling satire on TV and media, but it is strongest when it focuses on people and relationships.
(de) wrote: Schlocky scifi goodness.
(nl) wrote: If you haven't seen it and you're not sure if you want to, stop reading right now and sit down for an evening of silly nostalgic humour.For those of you have seen it, you know how much this film has to offer in hilarity. Filmed just a year before I was born, this movie was always on the shelf at home, and when the parents were out, my brothers and I would put this on and laugh our butts off! Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, John Candy, and plenty of other well known actors started their cinema roots with this off kilter homage to a military that was still pristine in image and was known for making men out of even the most wimpy souls in America.If you had nowhere else to go, no ambition, or nothing better to do, the army would put you through basic and make a man out of you! It was the perfect stage for a comedy like this one. A bunch of life's miscreants join up for their own individual and mostly stupid reasons, and come together to form one of the worst, miss-guided and downright terrible troops the U.S military ever produced. Not for lack of trying however, it's just... when you get bunch of lemons, it's hard to make champagne.The jokes are silly of course, some fall flat, and most are out dated by most comedic standards, but that is what makes it so damn good! And for some reason this movie has like... 6 acts (It's a bit like 2 movies in one to be honest, the original in the first half, and a sequel covering the second half of the film). Yet it still holds its edge and lightheartedness against the rude and crude comedies of the 2000 era.Grab a few beers, sit down, and try to remember that there was life before nightly terrorism updates, mortgage bubbles, and Justin Bieber. Simply Class.3/5
(de) wrote: always with my dad when i was little.
(br) wrote: Jonathan Demme's debut is a slow moving film, which is also written really well. At the beginning the audience needs to rely on the dialog scene's and extreme nudity, but at the end it's the violence and gore that keeps the movie flowing.
(us) wrote: I absolutely love this movie.
(mx) wrote: A very tense thriller that mostly works very well. Jean Pierre Darroussin is very chilling as the husband, the sort of man you hate at first but slowly begin to like. I just felt that there were some pacing problems in the first half hour. I think it needed ten minutes or so shaving off it to really work.
(ca) wrote: My favorite film of 2016!