Two Orphan Vampires

Two Orphan Vampires

A pair of teenage girls, who are blind by day, but when the sun goes down, they roam the streets to quench their thirst for blood.

A pair of teenage girls, who are blind by day, but when the sun goes down, they roam the streets to quench their thirst for blood. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Two Orphan Vampires torrent reviews

Anonimu A (kr) wrote: Buen documental, recomendado para los fanaticos del iluminati y los masones y prefecias.

Roy C (kr) wrote: Better as a music showcase.

James H (it) wrote: The original wasn't even that good, yet alone any need for a sequel of any kind. It was hardly necessary. Moderatly suspenseful, but since it is so predictable, that does cut down on the suspense. Fair acting.

Claire K (ru) wrote: funny at the beginning, but bad ending??? well.... bad CLIMAX actually~

Felix G (fr) wrote: Sensitive coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of the Algerian War examines the emotional and sexual confusions of four young people. The story is played out with realism and honesty, never glossed over and sometimes ambiguous.

C H (fr) wrote: O personagem do Christian Slater timo.

Grant S (kr) wrote: The movie that created the "Teacher reforms delinquent kids" genre, launched the career of Sidney Poitier and introduced many people to rock 'n roll (thanks to Rock Around the Clock, by Bill Haley and the Comets, being in the soundtrack). However, for all this, it is idealistic, heavy-handed and very frustrating. It just doesn't feel like the real world. The abuse the teachers suffer seems over-the-top, just for effect. Worse still, they just grin and bear it. eg A teacher gets assaulted by students and can identify them, yet doesn't identify them to the cops as he would rather "reform" them. Oh, please. They should all have gone to jail. (Plan B: a posse of teachers with baseball bats evens the score...).Has a decent ending, but that would be it.

SV G (au) wrote: Noir-ish romantic triangle starring Joan Crawford with Henry Fonda and Dana Andrews as her love interestS. She plays her strong woman typical Joan Crawford type, but this character is completely self-sufficiant with a great job and not beholdent to any man (as she says several times over in the movie) Considering the time, and the affair with the married man (who's wife abuses their children) and the post-traumatic stress disorder demonstrated by Henry Fonda's character who's own wife died while he was away at war - this movie for it's time (1947) tackles quite a bit that many studios or directors wouldn't touch at the time - but Otto Preminger did. These are the things that make this film noteworthy. These were not the strongest performances by any of the three leads, but the subject matter and how the movie was filmed with just that touch of Noir earns the 3.5 stars from me.

Aj V (es) wrote: I didn't watch the whole movie, I got bored. If you want to see a good old African American film, you may find this one interesting, but other than that, it's kind of boring.