The Third Jihad

The Third Jihad

The Third Jihad, the newest offering from the producers of the captivating documentary film, Obsession, explores the existence of radical Islam in America and the emerging risk that this “homegrown jihad” poses to national security, western liberties and the “American way of life.”

Zuhdi Jasser investigates a secret manifesto for "The Third Jihad" in which Islamic radicals infiltrate American society in order to bring down Western civilization. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Third Jihad torrent reviews

Pamela H (jp) wrote: short but sweet, nice music and songs... really enjoy it.

Sue W (kr) wrote: Good mind thinking movie. Not violent.

n b (es) wrote: DIFFERENT & CHARMING!

Jeremiah T (kr) wrote: Even though it was shot on less than $10,000; it still shows how Nolan is a bright star.

Tyler L (ru) wrote: loved this movie dont really know why everyone elce i watched it with said it wat the worst movie they ever seen. but i enjoyed it!

Tim M (mx) wrote: "Drop Zone" takes skydiving and Busey from Point Break and makes them central to the plot with great effect. 80's director Badham (Short Circuit, WarGames) keeps things exciting in this starkly pre-9/11 heist flick starring Snipes and Busey.

Kyle E (ag) wrote: Adapted from the chilling mind of Clive Barker, "Candyman" is much more than a story about an urban legend turned serial killer. Barker looks at the everyday, the mundane, and twists it into submission. He doesn't believe in the suburban, or the normal. Through the clichs he sees the gruesome world of dreams, the outer membrane that surrounds us all, and from that he cultivates a horror tradition that lends itself to the grotesque. In this film, his tensest buildup to date, he shows martyrdom in the face of evil. Virginia Madsen is a graduate student who searches for the legendary Candyman in the ghetto of South Chicago, inevitably finding him. The story revolves around her seduction, and eventual sacrifice for the good of the community. The film is great for the fact that it builds up its villain, and also sets a mood unlike other horror films. The seduction mirrors the old "Dracula" films, and yet is much bloodier for the benefit of slasher fans, bridging traditions and creating a terrifying narrative where the boogeyman is real.

Miles D (it) wrote: Absolutely the worst movie I have ever seen in my life and I have seen some doozies.