Freelance reporter Jennifer and her two friends, Karen and Vicki, accept an invitation for cheap room and board in a large farmhouse offered by a friendly, but shady, museum owner named Ernest Keller since all the motels in and around town are booked for a holiday parade fair Jennifer is covering. But unknown to the women, some unseen "thing" has been living in the basement of the house for over 20 years and is looked after by Keller and his shy sister Virginia, in which the "thing" soon gets out and begins harassing and killing the women one by one in various violent, but seemingly accidental, means.
Freelance reporter Jennifer and her two friends, Karen and Vicki, accept an invitation for cheap room and board in a large farmhouse offered by a friendly, but shady, museum owner named Ernest Keller since all the motels in and around town are booked for a holiday parade fair Jennifer is covering. But unknown to the women, some unseen "thing" has been living in the basement of the house for over 20 years and is looked after by Keller and his shy sister Virginia, in which the "thing" soon gets out and begins harassing and killing the women one by one in various violent, but seemingly accidental, means. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Unseen torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: The actors are great. The storyline sucks.
(jp) wrote: Haiti has always been my favorite island. It's a beautiful island with beautiful people who are lost in a storm of political explotation and extreme poverty that's exacerbated by the general lack interest from the global community. This documentary gives you a brutal look into this island. It's great in that sort of 'God, I'm depressed for these people' sort of way.
(nl) wrote: Its one to just sit down and not expect much. And to let it unfold. If you try and figure it out, you'll ruin it. To enjoy it, you just have to let wash over you at its own pace. Great characters, a slowly unfolding story about confronting the past in a stunning wooded lake house in the great Canadian outdoors, with some fun revelations delivered really well, even laugh out loud well, more than once. Great for a mellow day, sipping some fine wine, and unwinding.
(ru) wrote: Funnier than I was expecting, but still not a very interesting movie. It has some funny moments, but not nearly to the level Jay Roach, Steve Carrell and Paul Rudd are used to providing. Zach Galifanakis and his dynamic with Steve Carrell was the highlight. There are elements of the movie that are unique, such as the whole "mouse-scape" hobby of the Carrell's character, but the premise is pretty dumb, no matter how much of the movie's talent tries to make it better.
(ag) wrote: an ill treasury of hip-hop culture: the movement that was/is a true urban renaissance...i hate 50 cent.
(it) wrote: Quite easily the worst musical ever made and merely an excuse to cash in on the popularity of American Idol.Anything that Simon or Kim Fuller are involved with is destined to suck. They have no originality whatsoever and epitomise everything wrong with showbiz!
(it) wrote: i thought this'z an extract frm the movie " You, Me and Dupree 2006"
(de) wrote: Funny gross out horror film.
(ca) wrote: The basic plot was definitely un-original, but at least they added a few twists that were really quite amusing. A few scenes were unnecessary, though.
(jp) wrote: A visual feast for mystery genre fans--Just plain old great entertainment!!
(fr) wrote: This movie was entertaining both for the artwork and the engaging performance of the female lead, Amy Adams (as Margaret Keane). The cinematography was reminiscent of the period (mid 1950's - late 1960's) with bright colors and architecture that reminded me of a life size Barbie-world. The sound track was very much of the period, even including a Beach Boys' song. I cannot judge this movie on specific (biographical) facts. It seems incomprehensible that for 10 years, Ms. Keane supported Walter Keane's lie. However, that support is true. Whether other details of this movie have been dramatized or are actual details, this film still held my attention. I only have 2 complaints, Christoph Waltz (as Walter Keane) seemed over-the-top in many scenes. Since Mr. Waltz is a talented actor, I can only assume Walter Keane may have been that kind of individual. My other complain is in the courtroom scene which felt rushed. Stay for the closing credits. There is a brief description of what happened after the trial. CREDITS SPOILER: Pay attention to the individual sitting on the park bench next to Amy Adams.
(ag) wrote: For a black and white movie this is a pretty good flick. Wouldn't good as far as to call it a B-Movie. The copy I had was excellent quality and was part of the Drive-In Cult Classics Vol 2, which is a set of 8 movies. This one even had a Drive-In Intermission Film that I remember from back in the day. Robert Alda is our main man, working undercover to expose a cult. We have two beautiful ladies in this one, and while working undercover Robert seems to be falling for the Devil witch. Have to say I enjoyed it. For time frame it was filmed in, must have drew a crowd. Its worth the buy. 4 Stars
(au) wrote: It was not a terrible movie, don't let anyone say so. There are points where it does feel a little overbearing, though. The drama is a bit overplayed in certain parts - especially in one moment from Lauren Bacall, surprisingly. Though, looking at the movie as a whole, and the fantastic cast that was picked, everyone did their best with the material. That's really where the film's flaw is: the writing. I felt all the actors gave very realistic, convincing roles given what they had: Dina Eastwood, Alfred Molina, and Hayden Panettiere especially. Josh Hutcherson shows a real natural talent, too, much like his character. Spoilers to follow. I just thought it was weird that the norm of this town was breaking into people's places and snooping around or what-have-you. First, I thought it was just Joshua's thing, but soon everyone's doing it! In a couple of places, the sequence of events feels forced - like Molina's character appearing out of nowhere to chat with Joshua, and Panettiere's brother forcing Joshua to make up with her - there just to get things moving. But, most awkward for me, was how Joshua felt like he had to keep the painting hidden from Everly throughout the whole last third of the film...if he was just going to screw him over anyway. Obviously, he had put Dennis in place long before he finished the piece, so why not let Everly keep the painting and enjoy a boosted confidence? It made Everly's search for Joshua not at all exciting or dangerous. Also, putting Dennis the Menace in the painting was genius, why didn't we get a very clear shot of that? I only just barely saw it when they're scanning the painting. And, I admire Ann-Marie "coming out" to everyone at the end, but from a story-teller's perspective, it made the film clunky at the end...when her purpose for coming out was already taken care of by Joshua's planning. She felt inconsequential and silly, whereas she could've admitted what she did to Joshua, privately, at the end when he decided to join her anyway (since he already knew she had done forgeries before). Would have made it more personal, and more redeeming for both of their characters. In the end, I did enjoy it, but mainly for watching a group of actors I seriously enjoy work their craft.
(au) wrote: A little too slow paced for my taste.