A teenage boy is gunned down outside a nightclub and a young girl dies in a hit and run in two seemingly unrelated deaths. Deeva Jani, returns home to clear her brother Vipon of the shooting and soon discovers a much deeper conspiracy.
- Stars:Kaya Scodelario, Nathalie Emmanuel, Stephen Dillane, Parminder Nagra, Jonas Armstrong, Michael Socha, Gregg Chillin, Kierston Wareing, Melanie Hill, Calvin Demba, Nicola Posener, Nichola Burley, Emma Fielding, Forbes KB, Derek Riddell,
- Director:David Kew, Neil Thompson,
- Writer:Jimmy Dowdall (screenplay), Paul Abbott (screenplay), Neil Thompson (story), David Kew (story), Ian Thompson (story)
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(mx) wrote: Don't buy, just download it from the internet if you're interested.
(gb) wrote: The intense scenes makes this more of a psychological thriller than horror..the plot fails as most of the scenes are predictable..still kudos to SFX as they are above the standards of previous Bollywood flicks of the same genre..only watch this if your like Horror flicks or a fan of Bipasha Basu
(ca) wrote: Amazing show a must see
(br) wrote: Cheesy. Girly. Adorable. Don't watch if you're looking for film of the year, but perfect for a late night chick-flick when you're home alone.
(nl) wrote: Much more than "American Idol in Afghanistan," Afghan Star captures a moment in Afghan history when music speaks directly to power, fraternity transcends ethnicity, and a woman's televised dancing is an act of defiance.
(au) wrote: I had high hopes for this film since I heard Ruffalo was directing it and The Besnard Lakes were doing the music. However, after reading the reviews, I figured it was probably one of those mishandled films/vanity projects. And I was wrong. This is an interesting little parable, sort of like Jose Saramago's The Gospel According to Jesus Christ. Christopher Thornton plays a down-on-his-luck, homeless DJ who finds the power to heal. Absurdly and feeling used by the local priest, he goes on the road with a local touring band and becomes a circus act and danger to himself and others. Ruffalo is once again amazing. The film isn't bad, and it shows Ruffalo's eye for great performances (except for Orlando Bloom, who manages to infuse his performance with Lord of the Rings-style bullshit). The film, while telling a fantasy/Catholic guilt story, has realistic portrayals that make up for time lapses and kept me interested and pinned. A lot of films that touch on these themes would probably make the whole thing a carnival, but because of the nuance and amazing atmosphere, I felt compelled, even touched. I don't know what I and critics were expecting. It's no masterpiece, for sure, but it's a lot better than the other films that have been released this year. These days, that's more than enough.
(de) wrote: best christmas movie ever. (I put the period there for a reason)
(de) wrote: Went away from this feeling somewhat disappointed. I expected something moody and Lugosi-ish but I didn't feel like that's what I got. Just didn't sit right with me.
(br) wrote: I can't believe that John Carpenter wrote this absurd movie. It's not cheesy enough to be entertaining and definitely not a serious film. Black Moon Rising is just another mediocre eighties schlock fest. This one is only for hardcore John Carpenter fans.
(mx) wrote: Should not have been made.
(fr) wrote: This was a fun movie. While it wasn't truly that scary, it was a fun interweaving of multiple separate stories that take place in a small town in Ohio on Halloween. They dive into their own separate genres from the serial slasher, to ghost stories, to monster stories, and even humor horror. It was a good flick and a great attempt at a more modern Creepshow. While this isn't in the pantheon of horror films, I'd recommend it regardless.