The Police Murderer

The Police Murderer

A woman is found murdered in a closed amusement park. A young couple who happen to be there at the same time become, without their knowledge, suspects for the murder. They are chased by a ...

A woman is found murdered in a closed amusement park. A young couple who happen to be there at the same time become, without their knowledge, suspects for the murder. They are chased by a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Police Murderer torrent reviews

(us) wrote: The short about the movie, Tangled, about the 2 ring barers, Rapunzel's chameleon, Pascal, and Eugene/Flynn's horse, Maximus, losing the rings and start a hilarious journey to find them!

Dennis L (fr) wrote: Unfortunately, this period piece drowns in disinteresting talk and dialogue.

Amanda V (br) wrote: The musical interludes felt way too fored. Even for a musical.

Lauren S (mx) wrote: Another powerful, thought provoking documentary.

Marischa B (es) wrote: An okay film, with a fine leading lady, but a terrible leading man. Stephan Jenkins, who plays the husband, is a truly bad actor. Joyce Hyser, on the other hand, is the movie's saving grace. She's the best actor of the bunch."Art of Revenge" is a fair movie, but it's a big tease. It offers up all manner of sexual situations but never goes through with it. Like watching a Skin Flick on Cinemax, but with all the "naughty bits" edited out.The film, as a whole, is a bit unfocused and the ending, and much of the third act, is really a big mess. There's a twist ending, of course, since every movie nowadays finds it necessary to have a twist ending.

Daniele C (jp) wrote: Ah Lars Lars, how sick (and great!) must you be to make such movies?

Jeffrey M (mx) wrote: A sleazy little Spanish horror movie. It has is all: hot actors, nudity, vampiric devil worshippers, decapitation, bright red fake blood, and zombie slaves. Good for anyone who appreciates 70s Euro-horror.

Sherri S (ca) wrote: Dietrich plays this character so detached that it is almost impossible to tell what she is feeling or thinking. This creates confusion for the audience, but it also makes the emotional moments (such as the ending) more affecting. I enjoyed this film very much, and I love watching Dietrich perform as a cabaret singer. She has the most distinct voice. Gotta love those German accents.

Nicole o (ca) wrote: A fragmented bundle of story pieces, At the Devil's Door doesn't add up as the sum of its parts.The film effectively opens with a runaway teenage girl in the arms of a teenage boy in what looks to be a mobile home in the desert. He takes her to play a shell game unlike she's ever played and wins $500. While at her home later she is viciously attacked by an unknown force. Fast forward to Leigh, a hardworking real estate agent trying to sell the very house the girl in the last scene was attacked. While surveying the house she comes across the girl, who we believe is the daughter of the couple selling the house, and becomes the target of the ominous supernatural force; unknowingly bringing her sister Vera into its sights as well.That convoluted summary and plot description is due to the plot being a loosely jumbled mess. To call At The Devil's Door a narrative would be an offense to all other narratives because it is so discordant from a typical plot. Nicholas McCarthy desperately and ineffectually tries to splice the tale together loosely by connecting the satanic undertone throughout. For a film marketing itself as a 'horror' it shies away from the truly terrifying aspects of demonic rage as a satanic being clamors to take a human form and is underwhelmingly tame.At The Devil's Door is unnecessarily overcomplicated and contrived in trying to be different from typical demonic possession films. Editors are resigned to fade to black scenes to attempt to piece together a film with no cohesive plot direction. Incoherent perplexing chunks of the film should have been amputated and reevaluated. The fragmented plot and poorly conceptualized screenplay by McCarthy is only highlighted further by the forced dialogue between the characters.Further, there are three protagonists. There is a formula to horrors and supernatural thrillers, a very simple formula, you must have one clear protagonist for the audience to follow. Ashley Rickards is great as the disturbed teen assaulted in the first scene who menacingly skulks about, tormented by the decision she makes to allow this dark force to enter her life. The next protagonist Leigh, played by Catalina Sandino Moreno, unfortunately gets featured far too much and further splinters the story. The film could have contained a single scene with her as a minor character in order to connect Rickards' plot to Vera, the sister, played by Naya Rivera. If it were not for the sufficient performances of Rickards and Rivera this film would be unwatchable. Once Vera is the primary focus for the film it picks up slightly but pathetically shuffles its way to a weak finale.At The Devil's Door is a bland and disjointed interpretation of the hellish thrillers of yesteryear when humanity was afraid of losing its soul to Satan. With no clear plot and no serious scares it expediently fast forwards through the various shorts attempting to be key plot events to an ending the audience can not care or be invested.

Tim S (ca) wrote: National Lampoon's European Vacation is, of course, the first sequel in the Vacation franchise. Although filmmakers have tried to ape the formula set in place by these films, none have ever been able to replicate them. The main reasons are the cast, which is terrific, and the fact that nobody was really making movies about this subject matter at the time. Now, this "genre", if you want to call it that, is the bottom of the barrel, and they make them all the time. It's a shame too, because these movies have a lot of laughs and a lot of heart, while also being very well made. This one isn't quite as memorable as the original Vacation film, but it definitely has its moments. It's just another fun and bumpy ride with the Griswolds, and who's going to complain about that? It's a fun movie, and will be around for a long time.