Don't Look Up (2009) 1080p YIFY Movie

Don't Look Up (2009) 1080p

Evil spirits released from old celluloid causes a film crew to slowly go insane while in production on a new project.

IMDB: 3.10 Likes

  • Genre: Horror |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.65G
  • Resolution: 1920x1040 / 23.976 (23976/1000) fpsfps
  • Language: Polish  
  • Run Time: 98
  • IMDB Rating: 3.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 0

The Synopsis for Don't Look Up (2009) 1080p

In the Dark Ages, a gypsy woman made a pact with Beng, the gypsy devil, to marry a powerful man. In return, Beng asked for her first born child. Her daughter Matya had the mark of the devil and was killed by the villagers. In 1928, the Hungarian director Bela Olt decides to shoot Matya's story with the lead gypsy actress Lila Kis. However, the director, the cast and the crew vanished with the film that had never been seen. Back to the present and the discredited medium director Marcus Reed and his producer Josh Petri head to Romania to make a film about Matya's story...

The Director and Players for Don't Look Up (2009) 1080p

[Director]Fruit Chan
[Role:]Eli Roth
[Role:]Ben DiGregorio
[Role:]Rachael Murphy

The Reviews for Don't Look Up (2009) 1080p

This is something different. . .if weirdReviewed byRabh17Vote: 7/10

A lot of the other reviews are kinda harsh and seem to come from the Uber-Film High-Brow Horror Critic's row of the theatre. Whereas I just wanted to see something. . .different.

What grabbed me was the notion of a ghost story set current day, in Transylvania, that didn't involve Vampires. Period.

I'm sick of Vampires: Old, Young, Teenagers, the black leather thing, suburban dark sex. . .whatever. Just sick of it all. And here was a story about a modern day haunting in Transylvania on a movie set.

Now I'll be honest, the plot is confusing. I'm not quite sure on exactly WHAT was haunted: The Movie Set, the Film, or the 'Set Specialist' himself, But I like the fact that you're not quite sure whether the 'Set Specialist' Marcus is hallucinating or really seeing things. The build-up of havoc on the filming set and the deaths here and there followed by the final send-up of the ghost/apparition at least did not follow the usual formula, so I was entertained. And to the Nay-Saying Aficionados who were expecting more linear, explainable plot, I say that the lack of an explainable plot was excusable because the action still drove towards a weird conclusion. And what held me was the fact that it wasn't a PREDICTABLE Plot. I STILL wanted to see what the End would be. And on that score, I say the movie scored a point.

The FX were nicely done and the flies were a nice touch. There's gore, but it's more Ick than Splatter. Warning: Girlfriends with weak stomachs or sensibilities may need you to cover their eyes a bit. Oh, and refrain from a genuine male desire to get some pizza out of the Microwave. . .the GF will NOT understand and will give you troublesome disgusted looks.

Nah, it's not Horror Movie Gold-- but it has it's own Honorable Mention Category and definitely a good passable Saturday Nite Horror Flick.

And when you watch, don't Siskel & Ebert it. This is Elvira material! Enjoy!

Pointless remake of a Japanese ghost flickReviewed byLeofwine_dracaVote: 3/10

Here's a film which seems to be all over the place in terms of story, which is needlessly complicated and as a result feels rushed and unsatisfactory. This is apparently a remake of an Japanese ghost film, given a western twist and cast, and directed by Chinese director Fruit Chan (who made the sickening DUMPLINGS).

The story tells of a film crew attempting to shoot a tale about a cursed production, only for themselves to fall foul of the evil spirit of a witch inhabiting the set. The witchcraft/ghost angle is entirely predictable, although there are some cool CGI effects involving swarming flies, but that doesn't stop the film from feeling disjointed and more than a little unfocused.

There are familiar cast members here, from a cameoing Eli Roth as a Hungarian director to Henry Thomas and Shiloh Fernandez, but the actors fail to bring life to what is a very stale script. You can tell Chan is trying and indeed DON'T LOOK UP is unsettling in a few places thanks to his efforts, but as with most remakes I'd recommend checking out the original instead.

Disappointing but still enjoyable effortReviewed byGL84Vote: 7/10

Traveling to Romania to finish a legendary movie, a troubled director and his crew must deal with the effects of a deadly curse over the production killing off anyone involved and deal with it before succumbing to it.

Overall this one was pretty enjoyable if slightly disappointing effort. This one really tends to get going with the rather enjoyable and exciting back-story here detailing the effects of the gypsy curse and revelations about the early film here which is quite the creepy story that would've made for a rather enjoyable film had it ever been filmed. This makes the filming of these scenes quite enjoyable as there's a fine sense of atmosphere displayed there during these scenes when looking back at them through the film-cameras which makes many of these accidents quite thrilling when falling lights, broken rigs and failing light-work all conspire against the crew in a slew of grisly accidents that come off rather nicely here to carry on the legacy of the curse here in addition to the few startling ghost attacks up on the stage- rafters and the ambush down in the basement. This also brings up the events of the final half as the true value of that curse comes about with deadly accidents in the development lab, a thrilling revelation sequence on the movie set as the replayed events of the original story are enacted and then finally meeting up with the main spirit which causes this one to really get a decent enough finish here to help it somewhat against the few flaws here. Among the biggest is the fact that there's just no end to the rather convoluted and completely meaningless visions that he keeps experiencing which don't really further the movie at all. Rather than serving as a way to keep the filmed movie going or gaining insight into how to defeat the ghostly being stalking around, which is what's to be expected in this kind of situation here, they're more used to showcase supposedly creepy images and jump-scares that don't mean much instead as there's little purpose to them, and simply being there to remind us how troubled he is doesn't help matters so all these scenes do is serve to highlight the film's next big problem in the uneven pacing. There's so many stretches here where nothing really happens that there's times when this one tends to run aground and derail itself by not going for the main storyline involving the curse on display against the film crew as they deal with their own petty problems or utilizing his moronic visions that keep the ghost actually off-screen so long into this one until the final battle. That in itself is the biggest issue holding this one back, as while the lame CGI for the lone ghost sequence might be another detriment it's not as bad compared to these other factors that hold this one down.

Rated R: Graphic Violence and Graphic Language.

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