Trilogy of Terror (original title: Trilogia de Terror) is a 1968 Brazilian horror film by Brazilian film director/actor José Mojica Marins. Marins is also known by his alter ego Zé do Caixão (in English, Coffin Joe). The film consists of 3 stories adapted from the Brazilian TV series Além, Muito Além do Além (Beyond, Much Beyond the Beyond): O Acordo (The Agreement), A Procissão dos Mortos (Procession of Dead), and Pesadelo Macabro (Macabre Nightmare). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Trilogia de Terror torrent reviews
Leona G (br) wrote: i love it it was an alsome so want to see it again
Oliver C (br) wrote: Insane in a good way. No, actually in a bad way now that I come to think of it.
Greg W (us) wrote: takes on sex and religion all in 1 pic.
Insanity (mx) wrote: I enjoy this series, and this one had some good points, but it also had a lot of bad ones. The human puppet didn't look anything like what was being carved, and the recycled footage was not a good idea.
Marion R (ru) wrote: Well Hitler's in it, and Vegeta does the Fusion Dance, so.....yeah.
Quinn B (jp) wrote: Having the two leads communicate through their candidates was clever. Is this movie taking place in reality or in a slightly absurd world? We don't know. The first half is completely serious and then some whack stuff happens.
Lauren S (mx) wrote: As long as it isn't R i would love to see it
THEdjpluto (au) wrote: A lazy rehash of the first film, Jason is one movie closer to obtaining his iconic mask.
Elgan D (kr) wrote: Astutely paced telling of the true life crimes of the titular location. Both Attenborough and Hurt put in noteworthy performances.
Allan C (ag) wrote: Great cast and direction, but the real star here is the deceptively lighthearted script by David Newman and Robert Benton (the same team who'd earlier Bonnie and Clyde), which in many ways had a highly cynical subtext. Very underrated western.
Paul D (es) wrote: Fairly standard British comedy with politics as its background. It's a fair Ian Carmichael vehicle, certainly suited to his comic talents, but at the same time it's an average outing for him. By the same token Alastair Sim only has a bit-part so there's very little scope for him to have an effect on the film.
Autumn B (fr) wrote: Beastly is an updated version of the story we all know and love about a Beauty who falls in love with a Beast. However, this retelling involves high school, New York City and environmentalism. Overall, a very cute high school movie with good chemistry and nice story. The only part that I found far-fetched as an adult, is two minors left together because one parent is a drug addict and the other is a narcissistic tv personality. Otherwise, a beautiful, dark fable.
Melissa T (fr) wrote: Love this one too just as good as the first one!
William W (fr) wrote: I took my 5 year-old at-the-time son to this at the theatre. It was a charming and decent experience but nothing more--too dependent on CGI rather than a good script. Nice to see Lisa Kudrow and Don Cheadle in a children's film though.