Too Scared to Scream
A killer of young women is loose in an exclusive apartment complex and a detective is out to stop him. The chief suspect is a Shakespeare-spouting doorman who lives with his invalid mother. Meanwhile, an undercover cop moves into the apartment house. This move is complicated by her relationship with the detective.
- Stars:Mike Connors, Anne Archer, Leon Isaac Kennedy, Ian McShane, Ruth Ford, John Heard, Carrie Nye, Maureen O'Sullivan, Murray Hamilton, Ken Norris, Val Avery, Chet Doherty, Sully Boyar, Karen Rushmore, Rony Clanton,
- Director:Tony Lo Bianco,
- Writer:Neal Barbera, Glenn Leopold
A killer is brutually attacking several tenants that live in a high rise apartment building in New York City. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Too Scared to Scream torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Even the worst critic could watch these movies over and over.
(es) wrote: Not great but still a fun movie.
(de) wrote: mostly pointless standard horror stuff without surprises - but some WTF moments (no, not in a positive sense).
(fr) wrote: Pretty bad, pretty terrible, pretty horrible. Do I need to say anymore then that?
(de) wrote: Cute movie.Bob sucks.
(ru) wrote: i'm black ya'll and i'm black ya'll.
(it) wrote: Walken at his best!!
(mx) wrote: Clint Eastwood is compelling as John Huston in Peter Vietel's novel about the shooting of "The African Queen".The screenplay isn't as engaging however as the sole focus is on Huston's character to the detriment of the other characters and the movie itself.
(ru) wrote: Writer/director Jack Hill get's credit for discovering Pam Grier and giving her her first film break with the women-in-prison exploitation classic "The Big Doll House" and he made her a star with "Coffy." Grier stars as a hospital nurse who seeks bloody, violent revenge on those responsible for her junkie sister's weather. She works herself up the drug dealing chain of command, using guns, sex and smarts to to get her bloody revenge. Far from being a PC film, there is just about something to offend everyone (sexism, racism, you name it), but for better or for worse those are the hallmarks of 1970s exploitation filmmaking. The film features a strong supporting cast that includes genre regulars Sid Haig, Allan Arbus and Linda Haynes (who I read quit acting a few yeas later to become a legal secretary in Florida).
(fr) wrote: really enjoyed this film
(ca) wrote: Great film, actually, I loved it. Although they could have stood for a few less minutes.
(ag) wrote: loved this! again I wish I had saw it at the cinema! was entertaining from start to finish, loved all the characters and the film looked gorgeous! very impressed :-)