Summary: Grim tale of a wrong that needs avenging. This is well made and mostly well acted. I did have problems with the lead character, who reacted in a daze to people around him, failing to answer their questions or trying to figure out his latest hallucination. Irritating. Biggest problem is the pace.
Summary: Bobby (Jesse Bradford), an ex-convict who served time for involuntary manslaughter, is released from prison and attempts to reclaim his life. Cut off by former friends and relatives the only person willing to reignite their acquaintance is Alyssa (Amelia Warner), Bobby's former girlfriend and reason...
What if you refused to help a person in need…and paid for it in a more horrible way than you can comprehend?
Andy (email@example.com), IMDb
10 May 2010
Summary: ~As will be reviewed in the June 2010 issue of Twisted Dreams Magazine - Contains spoilers!~ Have you ever seen someone in need and offered to help? Or are you one of those people who passes people by and thinks, someone else will do it – don't get involved?
So ghosts are morons who kill indiscriminately... What else is new.
17 March 2010
Summary: What was that ending all about? You wait and wait for something to finally happen, something that will make half-way any sense, something that will connect the rather flimsy-looking dots into something at least resembling logic but then... So the cop's wife is the killer? Did she beat the child?
Summary: I find it ridiculous that this movie didn't get a good release while the likes of Boogeyman, They, The Unborn, and countless other Asian film remakes did! This movie is worth your time, to say the least.
Summary: The Echo had a handful of scenes with an uncomfortable creepiness akin to classic J-Horror. Rarely do I reach for the remote anymore having experienced most every range of horror film out there, but this one seeped under my skin and had me on edge more than twice.
Summary: Ever since I heard about it, I wanted to watch this American production of a Filipino horror film, with the same director (Yam Laranas) at the helm. However, when I heard it went straight to DVD instead of wide theatrical release, I knew I had to temper my expectations.
Summary: Bobby Reynolds (Jesse Bradford) is released on probation from Rikers and moves to the old apartment in East Village, New York, where his lonely mother lived and passed away. He finds a job as mechanic in the Houston Auto Repair owned by the supportive Hector Rodriguez (Carlos Leon) and tries to...
Summary: The ECHO is the Hollywood remake of the Filipino horror movie from director Yam Laranas entitled "Sigaw" which is also released in the international market with the similar title "The Echo" The story begins when a young ex-con comes home to the apartment where her mother who passed away, lived.