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Body at Brighton Rock is a movie starring Karina Fontes, Casey Adams, and Emily Althaus. A park ranger spends the night guarding a potential crime scene on a remote mountain trail.

Genres
Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Director
Roxanne Benjamin
Starring
Emily Althaus, Miranda Bailey, Karina Fontes, Casey Adams

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Genres Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Director Roxanne Benjamin
Writer Roxanne Benjamin
Stars Emily Althaus, Miranda Bailey, Karina Fontes, Casey Adams
Country USA
Also Known As デッド・クリフ, Szkólka przetrwania
Runtime 1 h 27 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 park ranger spends the night guarding a potential crime scene on a remote mountain trail.

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Tuesday, 15 Sep 2020 02:19

Taken from a series of published articles by British author Douglas Adams, a detective seeks the identity of a killer who is responsible for the death of a young woman. But a series of coincidences leads the detective to suspect that the killer might not be the real culprit. In the meantime, the detective's wife is murdered, and the killer is on the loose. At the same time, the police are unable to find the real killer, as the young woman's mother is no longer alive. As the case moves towards its climax, the detective must decide whether he's a part of the killer's plan or not, and what his involvement with the case means to him and his family. This film has a good idea and is executed quite well. The direction is good, and the film is visually interesting, but the acting is pretty weak. I've always been a big fan of David Hemmings, and here he is really bad. The role of detective does not suit him at all, and the other actors seem to be just doing their job, as they act in a realistic and interesting way. The film looks very good, and it's very well photographed, and the score is also great. The ending is pretty good, but I didn't care much for it. I don't like horror films that are too depressing, but this one doesn't do that at all. The plot is not very original, and there are plenty of scenes that are clearly obvious and not really interesting. Overall, I'd recommend this to fans of Douglas Adams, but I'm not sure anyone else will like it as much.
Wednesday, 02 Sep 2020 08:23

I found this movie on DVD in a bargain bin and thought that it looked like it had some appeal. I really don't understand why people have such a hard time with the film because it's quite well done. I guess that people are more likely to be bothered by a movie with gore and violence than a movie that's a bit more subtle and cerebral. The movie really starts off with a scene where a girl wakes up with no memory of what happened during the night and she's having trouble remembering her own name. We get a couple of flashbacks about this girl. She starts seeing her mother's ghost at the same time as a man enters her room. He wakes her up and asks her to identify herself. She starts seeing the ghost as well, but she isn't seeing it as her mother. It's really quite scary and tense. Then the girl starts to see the ghost of the woman that she's having nightmares about. She can see the ghost but she's not seeing her mother anymore. Then the ghost starts to kill people. It seems like this girl gets her mother's spirit to help her, and then the woman disappears. I think this is really great. There are several points in the movie where it takes a turn for the weird. At one point the girl sees a guy with a big knife coming toward her and she kicks him out of the way. Another thing is when she sees her mother's ghost, and she sees the ghost but she's not seeing her mother anymore. It's strange. The girl and her friends are really well-acted and they all make great characters. I really like the idea of the ghost, and I like the fact that the girl sees her mother. The story is very interesting and it takes a really good turn for the bad. All in all, it's a pretty good movie and it's a really fun horror movie to watch. I really don't know why people are complaining about the ending, it's really good and it was nice to see the ghost for the first time.
Friday, 19 Jun 2020 02:33

The young and naive couple Terry and Tina (Caroline Anka, Olymphos) are enjoying the last weekend of summer vacation. When they get off the bus and are ready to walk down the street to the restaurant of their friend Roger (John Christopher), they encounter the mysterious, sadistic killer and his one-eyed masked accomplice Carl the Fish (Vincent Clemons), who asks for a favor of the couple. Meanwhile, when Tina's daughter is kidnapped, Terry tries to track her down and help her. A few days later, Tina's boyfriend and friend Mike (Brian Van Holt) is found dead. The police immediately suspect Tina and Carl as the killers, but they are not the only suspects. The police also keep getting strange phone calls from mysterious numbers. A search of the police department leads to a twist ending that leaves the viewer wondering what really happened. Meanwhile, Tina gets back on her feet as a radio station manager. The picture is directed by Peter LaFleur and is a great British horror thriller. The screenplay is by former "American Psycho" director David Koepp, who has made a few similar films like "Dawson's Creek" and "The Pit" and is definitely the perfect choice for the director's chair. The cast of the film is very good and is filled with the usual suspects: Anka, Clemons, Christopher and Christopher's girlfriend Karen (Adrienne Shelly). Also starring are Caroline Bernstein, Ron Perlman, David Koepp and Elisa Noel. The film is a great horror film and is well worth watching. *1/2 (out of four)
Friday, 01 May 2020 15:50

I had my doubts about watching this film. Some of the scenes were too "staged", and the theme music was a bit too dark. Nevertheless, I have to say that I was really surprised at how much I enjoyed this movie. It's a scary movie, but it's not scary at all. In fact, it's a very engaging and thought provoking story, which delves into the psychological state of the character played by Jeff Bridges. I found this to be a very interesting and thought provoking story. It's about a guy named Curtis (Bridges) who has been given the job of being the caretaker for the mentally disturbed and repressed Melody Woods (Madsen). The Woods family lives in a rundown mansion, and Curtis has been working for them for some time. When the Woods family's daughter (Tyne Daly) is brutally murdered, the Woods family decides to keep Curtis from getting involved. They have given him some paperwork to fill out which will keep him from getting involved with Melody's family. Curtis tells his family that Melody's body is missing, and they decide to keep him out of the picture. This is where things start to go off the rails a bit, because things start to get out of hand for Curtis. If I had to pick a bad point in the movie, I would have to say the ending was a bit anticlimactic, but I guess you can't please everybody. Overall, this is a very good movie. It's not scary at all, but it's very good. The story is engrossing and thought provoking. The acting is very good, with Jeff Bridges being especially good. He's such a great actor, and I definitely recommend this movie.


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