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Starfish is a movie starring Virginia Gardner, Christina Masterson, and Eric Beecroft. A unique, intimate portrayal of a girl grieving for the loss of her best friend, which just so happens to take place on the day the world ends.

Horror, Sci-Fi, Drama
A.T. White
Eric Beecroft, Natalie Mitchell, Virginia Gardner, Christina Masterson

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Genres Horror, Sci-Fi, Drama
Director A.T. White
Writer A.T. White
Stars Eric Beecroft, Natalie Mitchell, Virginia Gardner, Christina Masterson
Country USA
Also Known As Starfish - Vozes e segredos
Runtime 1 h 39 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A unique, intimate portrayal of a girl grieving for the loss of her best friend, which just so happens to take place on the day the world ends.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 18 Aug 2020 20:50

I was blown away. It was a scary, visually original, and surprisingly good horror film. I've seen some pretty bad horror films and had a hard time seeing this as one of them. First of all, it didn't feel like a horror film. It felt like a really good film, with some really well thought out scenes and the best and most original ideas in a while. The film was so original and clever that I couldn't help but be intrigued. The story is about a guy who wakes up in a hospital (not sure why) after being attacked by a demon. A doctor decides to treat him. He gets real medical advice from Dr. Goldsmorson (a great performance from Jack McCoy), who gives him an experimental drug that causes his heart to stop working and prevents him from breathing. In the next few days, he discovers that he is in a virtual reality world. He believes this world is real and wants to know what is happening. He goes to the virtual world to visit his ex-girlfriend (a great performance by Alexandra Paul). They both fall in love with each other, and are attacked by the same monster (also great performance from Paul). The monster starts attacking the real world as well. Jack is taken by the doctor and they go into the virtual world. He realizes the truth and confronts the doctor. In the end, we see a dead monster, that slowly comes to life and starts eating the real world. The film is a nice change of pace, but it was also a great surprise. It has a really good ending and it makes me want to see more of the story. Overall, this was a very good horror film and I would recommend it to anyone who loves good horror films. It was well written and acted, and really well directed. It has good special effects and is a visual treat. It was great that they were able to surprise me with the ending. The film had me gripped from the beginning until the end.
Monday, 13 Jul 2020 02:13

To a certain extent, this film is like my mother's old Witchcraft: You either get it or you don't. It's one of those films that's easy to get, and harder to get wrong. Unlike the Witchcraft version, the film doesn't make an emotional or dramatic statement on religion, it just lets you know that your mother and father are actually dead and that you are. It's a little slow in spots, and it's not clear if the film is meant to be "fun" or "satirical", but once you get into it, you'll enjoy it. The film is simple, but it never becomes dull or boring. And while it is not technically a horror film, it's not really "scary" either. The acting is a little bit over-the-top, but it doesn't take away from the film at all. In fact, it adds a very nice layer to the film that I felt the film lacked in the Witchcraft version. I also loved the music. The opening song was great and when the film starts, it plays "Underworld" by Parquet Courts. It is one of my all time favorite songs. The performances in this film are nothing short of amazing. Nathan Lane, Ben Mendelsohn, and John Leguizamo were brilliant. This movie shows a large amount of fear, and it has more of a "fun" factor to it, even though the film is still extremely scary. You'll still be thinking about it the next day, and it's not meant to be a horror film. If you enjoyed the Witchcraft version, you will definitely love this one. It's not something you will go into with high hopes, but it is a good film and it will make you feel good.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 06:01

Before I watched this film, I was on the fence about it. Now, I have to say that I am not a huge fan of Ryan Gosling (although he does have a fairly decent resume) and I felt that if I was going to go to see a film that featured him, it would be a film that was a bit of a bit of a letdown. It's the same issue I had with Ghost World, which was very good in some parts but not in others. It's that every movie that has Ryan Gosling in it has a lead actress that is not nearly as good as the lead actor. I found in Butterfly Effect that Cate Blanchett's acting was more than adequate for the part, and I enjoyed her role in Ghost World, but to me, I was not blown away. I was not expecting much from this film. I felt that it was a bit of a letdown, but not nearly as bad as some reviews here would have you believe. I think the whole premise of this movie could have been developed more than it was and I felt that some of the scenes were sort of stretched out for no apparent reason, such as the torture scene that was in the beginning. I also felt that some of the sequences in the film were kind of rushed, such as the ones in the movie. I think that with a better script, the scenes could have been better and better developed, and I also felt that the movie could have benefited from more character development on some of the characters. Overall, I think that I would recommend this movie to anyone who is into Sci-Fi movies, especially those who have not seen a lot of them, because this is a solid film that takes some interesting ideas and makes it a little different. I will probably watch it again, but I am not quite sure what to think of it. Overall rating: * out of *. 90 mins.
Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 02:37

Alien abduction films are on the backburner, right? Well, not quite, as this film is much more original than most. A normal, human being is abducted by aliens in New York City, and after a few days (for some unknown reason), it's gone. The man is returned to Earth, and there's a sudden search for him. You can guess the rest. The plot of this film, or at least the way the plot is structured, is a bit of a mystery. I won't spoil it, but it's not necessarily a great film, though it's definitely better than some of the recent Hollywood films that are getting out there. The fact that it's based on a novel is just a bonus, and it only adds to the film's 'creepy' atmosphere. There is a very creepy-looking alien creature in this film, and I'm not even talking about the creature in the abandoned subway station. It's more like the 'wanna be' alien. He's creepy, not scary, but there are many scenes in this film that are creepy and you'll definitely have a hard time not being creeped out. This film is in the Alien sub-genre, and it's actually not that bad, but if you're expecting something on par with the classics, you won't find it here. It's not a bad film, but it's definitely not the classic Alien film, either. It's really closer to a weird, twisted-horror-thriller like the original film, but I don't really think you'll get that from this one. If you want to see Alien, this film isn't bad, but it's not really any great shakes. The creature looks pretty cool though, and it's definitely a fun, creepy horror film. The acting in this film is not great, but it's not that bad either. I have never seen John Hurt in a film, and I must say, he's not the greatest, but he doesn't really have much to do here. He's just a guy who sits around and talks to himself. You get what I'm saying? One thing I have to say is that this film is much more realistic than most of the other recent films in the Alien sub-genre. Alien: Covenant was not all that realistic, Alien: Awakening wasn't all that realistic, Alien Resurrection wasn't all that realistic, and Alien: The Thing was nothing but a fantasy. This film was realistic. They were dealing with an alien species, and they weren't acting like aliens. They were dealing with an alien race, and the creature looks rather real in this film. I would've liked to see more of that creature, but the creature doesn't have any scenes in this film, so it's basically just the thing standing around and saying 'yes' or 'no'. You get to see a lot of footage from this film, which is always nice to see, and it's definitely the best stuff in the film, especially since most of it was actually done with the actor's real-life dialogue. Overall, this is a fun, but definitely not great film. It's not a bad film, and I wouldn't say it's terrible, but it's definitely not as great as you would expect from this sub-genre of films. You won't go into this film expecting it to be great, and you won't go in expecting it to be a classic, but I can't say I was disappointed by this film. This film was fun, but it's not a classic, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. This film is actually a good watch if you are looking
Saturday, 02 May 2020 22:51

The central question of the story - who created the Deep Ones, and why? - has been long-debated, and the true answer may never be fully uncovered. But it seems the fact is that the Deep Ones were, indeed, the first lifeforms created by the universe. Could it be the case that the Deep Ones were born from the first lifeform, and the rest of the universe formed after? Might that be the truth, and a simple mistake, or an intricate creation of man's imagination? It seems so. The movie takes us back to the days of the Deep Ones, and the aftermath of an evolutionary struggle. It is this that the movie is most concerned with, because it is the evolutionary drive of man that we find in all of us. It is perhaps only a coincidence that man's evolutionary drive occurs in the same period as the origin of life. It is a highly speculative theory, but it seems to be the case. The movie follows the evolution of the Deep Ones. As the movie begins we see their discovery of one of their kind. As they become less and less able to act, as they devolve into primitive animals, and eventually as man, they kill each other. It is at this point in the movie that our hero, a biologist, and the team of scientists form a plan to test the Deep Ones and discover what lies beneath. To gain the knowledge they seek, they must hunt the Deep Ones down. In the process they encounter many dangerous and unpredictable creatures, not the least of which is a beautiful woman, and the scientist whose 'mission' they join is ultimately to kill her. What is that mission? Why is she so important? And what is the real story of the Deep Ones? Do they exist? Do they exist at all? Can they really be found? Well, as we learn at the end of the movie, there are no answers to these questions. However, if you have a little imagination, you might be able to come up with some of the answers yourself. It is certainly not my intention to imply that the movie is scientifically incorrect. What it is trying to do is to create a movie that is both entertaining, and intellectually stimulating. There is no point to the movie if it is not to educate the audience. As the movie goes along we become more and more interested in the deeper questions that it asks. The answers that are found at the end are not only significant, but also emotionally satisfying. In the end it is the thoughts that are left unanswered that make the movie the one that it is. Some may find this movie boring, or at least confusing. If so, for that, they should be grateful, because if they had put in a little more effort into the movie and just looked at it for what it was, they would have loved it, too. The movie is of course entertaining, but that is not what it was made for. It is a metaphor, a metaphor that the movie is trying to illustrate. It is a metaphor for the evolution of man's search for the answers. If the movie does not answer the questions of the movie, then what does? As the movie is only a metaphor, the answers found in the movie can not be the answers of man's search. We have yet to discover, or even think that we have discovered the answers. As the movie goes along, we start to wonder. Is there really an answer to the questions that the movie asks? Is there really a reason to be searching for them? Does the answer come in the form of some different creature that you have never seen? Do the answers really come in the form of a sort of god that you have never

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