Temple (2017) 1080p YIFY Movie

Temple (2017) 1080p

Temple is a movie starring Logan Huffman, Natalia Warner, and Brandon Sklenar. Three American tourists follow a mysterious map deep into the jungles of Japan searching for an ancient temple. When spirits entrap them, their adventure...

IMDB: 3.63 Likes

  • Genre: Adventure | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.26G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 78
  • IMDB Rating: 3.6/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 15 / 57

The Synopsis for Temple (2017) 1080p

Three American tourists follow a mysterious map deep into the jungles of Japan searching for an ancient temple. When spirits entrap them, their adventure quickly becomes a horrific nightmare.


The Director and Players for Temple (2017) 1080p

[Director]Michael Barrett
[Role:]Logan Huffman
[Role:]Brandon Sklenar
[Role:]Natalia Warner
[Role:]Naoto Takenaka


The Reviews for Temple (2017) 1080p


Asian Ghost Story meets Hollywood SlasherReviewed bynitzanhavocVote: 6/10

As always, I find myself baffled and near disgusted by the ratings here. True, Temple isn't a masterpiece, nor does it present itself assuming to be one. So what, any film that isn't a masterpiece deserves below 5? Do people who rate here know half a thing about Horror? Well, I do, which is far from saying I'm an expert, but after watching over 200 Horror films I can say that knowing half a thing about the genre is an achievement I've managed to unlock. Temple is not half as bad as the ratings make it seem.

In a sense, Temple is a truly artistic and innovating effort by Horror fans for Horror fans. It takes the classic Asian ghost stories and attempts to combine them with many features of Hollywood slashers. The plot, the atmosphere, even the language is half English and half Japanese. So yes, it could have been done better, but most first attempts at innovation fail to conquer the top. Still, this collision of Asian and Slasher has created an interesting, compelling and at times quite scary result.

The story is okay-ish. The pretty girl (who also acts rather well) goes on a field trip to study Japanese temples with her bashful and timid best friend (male, of course) and her stereotypically douchebag boyfriend. Is the love triangle surprising? No. Was it necessary? Absolutely not. And yet, it added some spice. The temple, as we soon find out, is guarded by a vengeful spirit. Cliché? Yes, but not only bad things become cliché over time.

This film is a living breathing Easter egg for Horror fans. The ominous warnings not to go near the temple, the love triangle, the painfully stereotypical characters - all distinct features of Slashers; then, the terrifying spirit, the uncomfortable use of child characters, the sense of truly being haunted in and off screen - all distinct features of Asian Ghost Stories. Personally? I found it very rewarding.

In summary - not a masterpiece, yet deserves way more credit than given here. Any Horror fan would find at least certain parts worth watching and have an overall enjoyable experience, in my opinion. Others would simply enjoy a fun, well made somewhat scary film to watch alone at night. Seriously, ignore all ratings and reviews, including mine. Give any film that catches your eye a test and a chance. Better to waste a few hours in life than miss out on a subjective gem.

A film about Western ignoranceReviewed byjerbearbutlerVote: 10/10

Huffman, Warner and Sklenar deliver these stereotypes so subtly that we end up not liking them as a result. Call it bad acting but I think this was plainly paying homage to Japanese perceptions of Western tourists. The tone and pace of this film was super unusual. Not everyone can get on board with a slow moving film with a greater concept. It's not scary per se. More twisted and uncomfortable to watch for plenty of reasons.. Three infuriatingly unaware Americans are rude to the locals, ignore valuable advice, sulk when they don't get what they want and end up paying heavily for their mistakes. We see Japan in all it's glory and vastness. The characters aren't there to be liked. They represent Western ignorance and are punished as a result.

Reviewed byMonsterVision99Vote: 2/10/10

Its pretty bad.

Temple isn't scary, suspenseful nor is it interesting, and its probablyone of the worst movies of the year.

Its quite a messy movie, its all over the place in terms ofstorytelling and tone. It doesn't even feel like a complete movie, justwhen you think something interesting may happen the movie endsabruptly, which is a relief considering how painfully awful it is.

Boring, uninteresting, predictable and absurd.

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