The Night Flier
Two investigative reporters for a tabloid magazine track down across country "The Night Flier", a serial killer who travels by private plane stalking victims in rural airports. One of the reporters, Richard Dees, begins to suspect that "the Night Flier could perhaps be a vampire"
- Category:Mystery, Horror, Fantasy
- Stars:Miguel Ferrer, Julie Entwisle, Dan Monahan, Michael H. Moss, John Bennes, Beverly Skinner, Rob Wilds, Richard K. Olsen, Elizabeth McCormick, J.R. Rodriguez, Robert Leon Casey, Ashton Stewart, William Neely, Windy Wenderlich, General Fermon Judd Jr.,
- Country:USA, Italy
- Director:Mark Pavia,
- Writer:Stephen King (story), Mark Pavia (screenplay), Jack O'Donnell (screenplay)
Rival reporters (Miguel Ferrer, Julie Entwisle) tail a serial killer who travels by airplane, claiming victims at small isolated airports. One of the reporters, Richard Dees, begins to suspect that "the Night Flier could perhaps be a vampire". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Night Flier torrent reviews
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(jp) wrote: i can not get enough of this movie
(br) wrote: One time watchable. kareena looks good. akshay is ok. rest are bad. all of universal studio rides are shot in the movie. I would wait for it on dvd.
(br) wrote: not into politics movies unless they're comedies.
(jp) wrote: Some movies succeed in mixing up different genres. This isn't one of them. The blend of comedy, drama, romance and thriller just feels awkward. At 1 hour and 33 minutes, there's not enough room to properly develop each aspect of the movie. I liked the general idea but it just felt like a summarised version of what could have been.Nicole Kidman's performance made it worthwhile, although I can't comment on her Russian pronounciation and accent when her character does speak English - it sounded decent to me but I'm not Russian.
(de) wrote: If you grew up with rap in the 80s and 90s, you'll love this parody. Back when Chris Rock was still funny even!
(jp) wrote: A crowd-pleasing film with cool Sharon Stone, and noirish themes of murder, passion etc. With a very good atmosphere of uncertainty and insecurity.
(ag) wrote: McQueen stars as Tom Horn, a hired gun who takes on some rustlers but finds himself in trouble when the men who hired him feel he's been taking things too far. McQueen's last western is worth a look.
(us) wrote: Interesting but not totally successful Bava picture. The Maestro creates a strange vibe by not actually showing any of the murders onscreen but the plot is quite weak. Edwige Fenech is, as always, really, really good.
(fr) wrote: Robert Mitchum plays Frank, an ambulance driver with dreams of opening a sports car repair shop. He has a very pretty girlfriend (Mona Freeman) that he treats very casually, especially when he meets other hot dames. One night, on a call at a ritzy mansion, he discovers what is obviously a plot by a wealthy socialite to kill her stepmother. However, he's a little bit intrigued by the socialite (Jean Simmons), and she seems more than a little interested in her, so he takes her out. Soon, Frank's life is filled with promises of money and it seems as though his dreams will all come true, if only he can turn the other way for a little while. Director Otto Preminger uses the Hays code to his advantage as the twists and turns of this crime drama unfold. While Mitchum isn't exactly oozing charisma (and Simmons' socialite perhaps oozes too much), the end result is something entirely fascinating to watch. Is Mona Freeman's no-nonsense character a proto-feminist? She sees Simmons' little plots and ploys very early on, and has the nerve to call her out on them. I also think the courtroom scenes deserve a lot credit. I enjoyed the interplay between the two lawyers, and Leon Ames breaks ground he'd later revisit in The Postman Always Rings Twice (as an exceedingly clever lawyer). A great example of the genre from the 1950s.
(ru) wrote: Having been a huge fan of I Love Lucy, it was intrigue that led me to watch her play a sexy, sassy dancer; which she played quite well. In a not so orginal plot of a serial killer in Scotland Yard, this film was dark, sophisticated, and well-acted. Ball is lured into helping the police find the poet serial killer, who has supposedly been killing off attractive dancers. She meets many strange characters in her journey to find the real killer, such as Karloff, who has a way too short role as a crazy former dress designer. George Sanders was superb as the sophisticated playboy, who must have been the model for the rich, yuppie snobs in later films. Ball falls in love with Sanders, but is he the killer? Great who-done-it that leaves you guessing until the last 15 minutes or so.
(br) wrote: Aprs ce film de Renoir, le cinma est entr dans une nouvelle re qui - bien qu'ayant depuis connu maintes innovations et maintes volutions - perdure encore travers la vision gniale de Renoir.