"Entschuldigung, sind Sie die Wurst?": Deutschland im O-Ton - Das Beste von belauscht.de

"Entschuldigung, sind Sie die Wurst?": Deutschland im O-Ton - Das Beste von belauscht.de

Felix Anschütz und Nico Degenkolb, ""Entschuldigung, sind Sie die Wurst?": Deutschland im O-Ton - Das Beste von belauscht.de"
German | ISBN: 345360119X | 2009 | 288 pages | EPUB | 1 MB

Dean Koontz - The Door to December

Dean Koontz - The Door to December

Dean Koontz - The Door to December
Audiobook | ISBN: 0747237050 | English | MP3 64.00 kbps | 358 MB
Psychological - Thriller

One of Koontz's best-loved novels of psychological suspense, The Door to December takes readers into the darkest recesses of the human mind-and into the tempest of a father's obsession.
The book, Door To December, is a suspenseful novel. Dean Koontz does a remarkable job in explaining the detailed events of the story. The story is about a little girl named Melanie who was kidnapped by her father at the age of three. During her time with her father, Melanie was subject to tortures beyond imagination. The story takes place the morning of three brutal murders at the house where Melanie and her father were residing. Melanie's mother, Laura, had just been notified of the homicides and had arrived at the house. There, a police officer named Dan Haldane informed her of what had happened. He also told her that a girl, around the age of nine, had been found wandering the streets nude and oblivious to world around. Melanie's mother told the officer to take her immediately to the place where she was after they were finished at the house. While there Melanie's mother identified her brutalized husband and toured the house until she came to the Gray Room. This room was filled with a sensory deprivation chamber, an electric chair, and other forms of torture. After the house, Laura went to the place where Melanie was and was reunited with her. One thing was wrong though, Melanie was in an autistic, almost catatonic state. From there, Laura, Dan, Melanie and a bodygaurd named Earl, search for the truth behind Melanie's lost past. Along the way, they are being chased by an invisible creature that has been committing all of these murders. They soon find that the answers to this troubling mystery lies within the unknown Door to December.

(Comedy) PARK [DVDR5] 2006

(Comedy) PARK [DVDR5] 2006

(Comedy) PARK [DVDR5]
XviD-1075 | mp3@128 | 640x352 | 1h26 | English | 700 Mb
USA - Premiered in June 2006 CineVegas Festival
Directed & Written by Kurt VOELKER

Set in a small, secluded, public park overlooking Los Angeles, PARK follows the stories of twelve, often hopelessly misguided characters as they all converge on the same location, mostly for very different and conflicting reasons. Far too sensitive for this world, APRIL (Dagney KERR) comes to the park determined to commit suicide, only to discover she's even worse at ending her life than living it. Equally ineffective, IAN (David FENNER) comes expecting a romantic interlude with his fellow dog groomer, the beautiful, Polish KRYSTA (Izabella MIKO) but soon discovers she has instead planned a very kinky rendezvous with DENNIS (Billy BALDWIN), a smug, self-satisfied lawyer.Complicating matters, Dennis's heartbroken wife PEGGY (Ricki LAKE) and her best friend CLAIRE (Cheri OTERI) come to catch Dennis and exact a dramatic and humiliating revenge. Amidst all this, four young coworkers arrive with take-out sushi, a meal that quickly turns interesting when NATHAN (Trent FORD) and TY (Maulik PANCHOLY) prove to MEREDITH (Anne DUDEK) and SHERYL (Melanie LYNSKEY) that they enjoy eating lunch in the nude.Add to this mix DARNELL (TREACH), a proud and explosive tow truck driver, and JAVIER (Francesco QUINN), a handsome park worker with an uncanny resemblance to Claire's perfect male fantasy, and you have all the key components of PARK – a fast-paced, unpredictable, no-holds-barred comedy that attacks the emotional desolation of life in LA head on and will leave you incapable of ever seeing at your local, municipal park quite the same way again.

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