Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines
A small West Virginia town is hosting the legendary Mountain Man Festival on Halloween, where throngs of costumed party goers gather for a wild night of music and mischief. But an inbred family of hillbilly cannibals kill the fun when they trick and treat themselves to a group of visiting college students.
A small West Virginia town is hosting the legendary Mountain Man Festival on Halloween, where throngs of costumed party goers gather for a wild night of music and mischief. But an inbred family of hillbilly cannibals kill the fun when they trick and treat themselves to a group of visiting college students. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: This could have been one hell of cool slickly shot film involving hackers & crime but sadly it is badly executed. Watch it only for hilarious performances of Manish Paul & Varun Badola.
(it) wrote: A charming and delightful, extremely well written, and very well acted piece of work.
(ca) wrote: What the heck was the point of this movie? Save your time and money!!!!!!!!
(au) wrote: One of the best movies in genre a true legend.
(ca) wrote: Hilarious. So almost all of Herzog's disciples took the bait.For the rest of the sentient universe, movies have just a few more things on their laundry lists than simply "being different."Werner Herzog is an occasionally great documentary filmmaker: "Cave of Forgotten Dreams," with an Ernst Reijseger score that actually works (unlike the gooey EZ listening ambience here), is wonderful. Herzog's narrative work, especially the two most recent examples that also include his unauthorized insult to Abel Ferrara in New Orleans, generally qualify as trainwrecks. Indeed, the opening shot of this film -- just a simple stationary shot of a train going by -- should have just ended with a symbolic crash, without proceeding to kill these 1-1/2 hours of our lives that we'll never get back.The Werner Apostles who are already in the bag will roll their eyes (and sigh), on cue, at any technical critique, but really, if you can pay major actors like these to show up on a set, you can hire competent people to light up scenes too, without making your audience strain around poor color grading and crushed shadows to see what's actually happening in the shot. You can also find decent camera gear (not just still cameras in video mode), without this amateurish aliasing and moire (unless you're too cool for skool).
(kr) wrote: Psychiatrist Dr. Samantha Goodman has an incurable brain tumor which was stable but has now began to grow. She retreats to her cottage for a break where her writer husband David and her younger sister Melody are staying. It all spirals into a hellish head fuck of a movie: gripping, intriguing, paranoid and insane.'The Dark Hours' is NOT a movie that everyone will appreciate. Those wanting a simple movie spoon fed to them should avoid like the plague. This is a trip into insanity with a non linear narrative and multiple interpretations. It will frustrate those who aren't willing to give it thought and, perhaps, numerous viewings. If you enjoy the weirder David Lynch movies and films that mess with reality/non-reality like 'Jacob's Ladder' then you'll probably appreciate this low budget Canadian horror/thriller.It a little on the short side and ends fairly abruptly which disappointed me at first but the more thought I gave the movie the more I liked the it and it's ending. You can end up thinking about it and discussing interpretations until you too feel like you have a brain tumor. I highly recommend it, just not to everyone.
(jp) wrote: Want to see it! Will have to take into account!
(gb) wrote: i've seen it years ago and wouldn't mind seeing it again
(au) wrote: A great sequel that's really a prequel that despite it's entertainment value suffers slightly from a lot of Kate Kapshaws screaming and two or three moments that affect your suspension of disbelief. It feels about 10 minutes too long but on the whole a very good movie.
(it) wrote: Audrey Hepburn is enchanting as always, but Gary Cooper is wooden and way too old for her. Billy Wilder really saves this sweet and cheesy cliche of a film from feeling like one - instead, it's clever and fun.
(es) wrote: "Grave Encounters" is one of the scariest found footage horror films i've seen. Is atmospheric, creepy, and too shocking. A clever indie horror flick which explore different aspects of psychological suspense, jumpscares and great scary location which makes it effective. Maybe it would be better without some gory scenes. But is still frightening and terrifying. I just loved it. 4/5
(es) wrote: Neo-nazis in Melbourne, and its the movie that would propel Russell Crowe into stardom as the villainous and charming leader Hando. Neo-nazi punks get into fights with Vietnamese and the police, and its a very disturbing little coming of age film with a lot of grit and nastiness, kind of like A Clockwork Orange but without the sci-fi.