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(5083) 5.5 86 min 2018

The Wind is a movie starring Caitlin Gerard, Julia Goldani Telles, and Ashley Zukerman. A plains-woman faces the harshness and isolation of the untamed land in the Western frontier of the late 1800s.

Ashley Zukerman, Caitlin Gerard, Dylan McTee, Julia Goldani Telles
Western, Horror
Emma Tammi

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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 Western, Horror
Director Emma Tammi
Writer Teresa Sutherland
Stars Ashley Zukerman, Caitlin Gerard, Dylan McTee, Julia Goldani Telles
Country USA
Also Known As El viento, Demony prerii, A szél, Wiatr, Terre maudite
Runtime 1H 26M
Description A supernatural thriller set in the Western frontier of the late 1800s, The Wind stars Caitlin Gerard (INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY) as a plains-woman driven mad by the harshness and isolation of the untamed land. The film is directed by Emma Tammi, written by Teresa Sutherland and stars Gerard, Ashley Zukerman, and Julia Goldani Telles. It was produced by Soapbox Films and Divide/Conquer.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 15 Jul 2020 03:07

I think the idea of having a western based on a story set in the 1700's had a lot of potential. But, for some reason, the producers didn't get this right. The movie itself is more of a comedy than a western. The western is based on a 19th century historical event. The movie takes place over a period of several years. The movie starts with a certain situation that the characters don't know anything about. They arrive at a cabin. It's winter. It's pretty windy and cold. They get wet. And then there is a zombie outbreak. The characters are ready for it. The problem is, the zombies are never seen and only known by a few key characters. Most of the movie is spent with them talking to each other about what happened. They've come from the woods. It's raining. And they're here. The zombies are not human. They're dead. But they're not dead. And they're eating people. But they're not eating them. The movie does start out a little slow. There are a few characters who never say anything. They are never introduced. But as the movie goes on, it gets better. And I enjoyed it. I think the movie had a lot of potential. It was just missing something. But I think if the producers had gotten the hang of it, they could have done a great movie. I mean, they couldn't really get the hang of the zombie idea. But I think it's still a pretty good movie. I think it's good for a night with your friends. I enjoyed it. I wouldn't call it a must see. It's good for a few laughs. It was just lacking the essential ingredient for a movie that should have been great.
Tuesday, 07 Jul 2020 00:45

Don't you love it when a remake of a classic becomes a classic? Why don't I just ask you to excuse me, please? (P.S. I love Westerns). This remake of the 1929 film 'The Wind' is one of the best remakes ever made. It is, in my opinion, a step in the right direction for the Western genre. I would have been happy with just a little more money spent on a few extras, but it was a perfectly fine remake. Although, I am going to go ahead and say, it is not a remake of 'The Wind' (1959), it does stand on it's own. It is a whole lot better than the original. The movie is not about a group of Indians who go to hunt an Indian. It is about a bunch of gunslingers who travel to the West in search of a fortune. They get lost, and find themselves in a desolate, wild and very dangerous area. And of course they must hunt. Of course they must. I don't know about you, but when I saw 'The Wind' in the theater, I knew I wanted to see it again and again. I want to see it again and again. And I will continue to do so, if for nothing else than for the sheer pleasure of seeing it again. I highly recommend this movie. It is my favorite Western movie of all time. I would recommend it to anyone, and I can say it has something for everyone. It is not for everyone. It is a Western movie, not a Western opera, but it is an enjoyable one. It is about a group of Indians, who travel to the West to find a fortune, and to hunt. In my opinion, it is a Western movie that is perfect for everyone.
Friday, 26 Jun 2020 07:38

A group of West Texas ranchers (including Kevin Bacon, Brian Dennehy, and Gina Gershon) are in for a rude awakening after the death of one of their cattle. After being told the animal was hit by a car, the local townspeople begin to question the claims of the ranchers. Soon, it seems that the town's oddities are the work of a legendary criminal named Brown Jacoby, who has been stalking the family for years. Is Jacoby to blame for the loss of the livestock? The Wind is a fun, atmospheric western. While I don't consider myself a fan of the genre, I found this one to be very enjoyable. The characters are all likable, the locations are terrific, and there are several great sequences. The director, Stacey Sher, is obviously a fan of the genre, and he captures the atmosphere very well. The photography and color tones are all wonderful, and the acting is generally excellent. The biggest problem with the film is the length. While the film is fairly well paced, the middle third of the film drags a little bit. The pacing of the film should have been much better, and while the acting is good, the plot is very weak. It's interesting to see Kevin Bacon play the villain, but his character is extremely one-dimensional. He plays the villain in a manner that is almost as one-dimensional as his character. I didn't mind his performance, but the movie does rely a little too much on his acting to carry it. Another problem with the film is the predictable ending. This is a really good film, and I thoroughly enjoyed it, but it could have been much better. Overall, The Wind is a great western, but I think the middle third drags a bit, so it is not as memorable as it could have been. I recommend this film to fans of the genre, but I would not recommend it to everyone.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 10:21

First, I'll start off by saying that I am very happy to see that James Wong (the writer of the first novel) is directing this film and will be writing the screenplay. I think he is a very talented writer who has not been able to achieve many successes as of late. I would suggest that you watch his earlier movies and/or read his other works as you will see that he is very talented in both. Now onto the review. I have read reviews by others about how the movie is based on the book. I did not find it to be the case as I think that the story is a lot more interesting than that. I read the book and found it to be quite a unique and very interesting story. I found that the movie, while not the book, was quite good. Not exactly the kind of movie that one would watch for the plot, but the characters, the atmosphere, the style, the scenery, etc. all made the movie a very enjoyable experience. I would also suggest that anyone who does not like this movie, does not like the book, as they are probably missing out on the best parts of the story. The acting in the movie is very good. The scenery in the movie was very beautiful. The movie is not the most action-packed movie, but it is definitely not boring either. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who likes Asian movies. It is a very unique and original story and should be watched by everyone. This is one of my favorite movies of all time and I can't wait to see it again and again. I would also like to point out that this movie is directed by James Wong, which is a very talented person who has a good track record. It is worth seeing this movie. I rate this movie 8/10.

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