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(1020) 3.7 90 min 2017

Realms is a movie starring Ryan Kelley, Madison McKinley, and Praya Lundberg. Two American bank robbers and their three local hostages take shelter in a mysterious manor in the woods. As the hostages try to escape, they all begin to...

Ryan Kelley, Pichaya Nitipaisalkul, Madison McKinley, Praya Lundberg
Mystery, Horror
Daric Gates

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Mystery, Horror
Director Daric Gates
Writer Kevin Summerfield
Stars Ryan Kelley, Pichaya Nitipaisalkul, Madison McKinley, Praya Lundberg
Country USA
Also Known As Korku Diyarı, Dominios escuros, Treasured, Dwór, NeverRealm, Dominios oscuros, Dimensions hostiles, Lãnh Địa Ma
Runtime 1H 30M
Description Supernatural/Horror set against the backdrop of Bangkok, Thailand. After a high-speed police chase leads to an unexpected crash, two American bank robbers and their three local hostages take shelter in a mysterious manor in the woods. As the criminals plot their next move and the hostages try to escape, they begin to realize no one is safe from the evil lurking inside the house.

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Monday, 22 Jun 2020 00:33

In the world of nightmarish horror, the cinema has never been a better place to be. However, the nightmarish films and the cinema have never been any better. Films such as the superb film Black Sunday (1973) and the outstanding film Bloody Sunday (1977) are on of the most underrated films of the seventies, and only time will tell if these two films will become films to be remembered. Some of the best films of the era were undoubtedly those released by the house of Halloween (1978), which was made after the great Nightmare On Elm Street (1980) but despite being made on a limited budget, Halloween remains a great film that still stands up today. While watching Halloween I wondered what all the hype was about, which is an opinion that still remains with me today. At the time of its release, Halloween was hailed as one of the best films of all time. Of course, I was wrong. While Halloween did provide me with some good scares, it wasn't nearly as good as people say it is. So the following year Halloween 2 (1980) was made to revive the film and give it a wider appeal. It's certainly not as good as its predecessor, but still manages to stand up as a great film. Halloween 2 picks up right where Halloween (1978) left off, and features a group of teenagers in a school who are in danger of being taken over by the supernatural, led by Samuel (Ben Gazzara). The film was a huge success and now Halloweens have been running for over twenty years. While many people disagree with my opinion, Halloween has had its ups and downs, but still is one of the best horror films ever made, and one of the best horror films ever made in my opinion. Halloween will always remain one of my favourite films of all time and should be seen by horror fans everywhere.
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 08:56

I've always been a big fan of Alfred Hitchcock, and for the most part he made films that stayed on the mark, from The Birds to Vertigo to The Birds' nest to the Psycho series, and on to Amistad. But this year's surprise hit, Hitchcock Presents, takes us to another world, one where nightmares are real. With this movie, Hitchcock takes us back to the beginning of the dream world, the age when dreams were commonplace. It was during that time, we were able to move between the real and the dream world, where some scenes and dream sequences were more or less realistic, and other were dream-like in style. This new world was dream like, it was all pure fantasy, where even the smallest and most minor details were all key. Here we are again, in the near future, where most people live in futuristic society. The world is full of computers, but this is not really the focus of this film. The world is just a backdrop for the plot, and the plot revolves around the dreams of the young people who dream their way through their daily lives. In the dream world, there are people who are able to travel through time and into the future and the past, like a magic trick, where they manipulate their lives in such a way that they are always in their dreams, even though they can't see. The more time they spend in the dream world, the more they find out about themselves, they discover things that they didn't know before, they discover about others, and they discover what they really want. If they really wanted, they could live the life they want. If they have to, they can. The thing that people dream about is love. Love is what makes their dreams come true, and it's love that makes it all possible. The reason this movie is so successful is because it's not about the sex, love or money, but the most basic human need, love. I don't think that a movie like this should ever be made, because there are better ways to spend our time than making people have sex, or dealing with people's emotions. But this film takes the basic need and creates a dream world where people can do their dreams. That's what I like about this movie, it gives me hope. I like to think that in the near future, people will stop dreaming, because that's what makes the dream world possible. The people in the movie know that they will die, but they still have a
Monday, 13 Apr 2020 02:59

I just watched "The Strangers", and I am speechless. If you haven't seen it yet, DO so. I know a lot of people have, and I am one of them. It is a must see. If you can watch a movie without all the cheesy sound effects, like people screaming, it will make it better. I know a lot of people who are sick of the sound effects, and want more. But what I want is a movie that isn't too slow, and is completely frightening. This movie is that. I am so impressed, and would not hesitate to recommend it to friends. It is one of those movies that you will have to see. To see it again, or even to watch it again and again. I recommend it to everyone, but especially to parents. I am a parent myself, and the most terrifying movies that I have ever seen are the ones with a scary children in them. Don't think I am taking that away from you, just know that you will not be going back to watching this movie, you will not be able to watch this movie without fearing for your children, because you will not want them to watch this movie. I would like to say a special thank you to all of the cast and crew, for the amazing job you all did. I know everyone was anxious to get out of their seats, because they were scared for their children's lives. I have never seen a movie, before or since, that was so frightening. I don't think I have ever been this scared before, ever, ever. I cannot wait until the sequel comes out, that I will be the first to see. I know, you won't be disappointed. (PS: I just watched the DVD, and it was excellent. I highly recommend it, but I will leave it at that, and leave the suspense, and the horror, up to you guys.)

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