Wolf (1983)

Never Cry Wolf (1983)  Video

Posted by MirrorsMaker at Feb. 15, 2017
Never Cry Wolf (1983)

Never Cry Wolf (1983)
WEB-DL 1080p | MKV | 1920x1036 | x264 @ 5196 Kbps | English AC3 5.1 @ 384 Kbps | 105 min | 4,19 Gb
Genre: Adventure, Drama

This film dramatizes the true story of Farley Mowat, when he was sent to the Canadian tundra area to collect evidence of the grievous harm the wolf population was allegedly doing to the caribou herds. In his struggle to survive in that difficult environment he studies the wolves, and realizes that the old beliefs about wolves and their supposed threat are almost totally false. Furthermore, he learns that humans represent a far greater threat to the land, and also to the wolves, a species which plays an important role in the ecosystem of the north.

Never Cry Wolf (1983)  Video

Posted by Efgrapha at April 24, 2015
Never Cry Wolf (1983)

Never Cry Wolf (1983)
DVD9 | VIDEO_TS | NTSC, 16:9 (720x480) VBR | 01:45:16 | 0.00 Gb
Audio: English AC3 5.1 @ 448 Kbps, French AC3 5.1 @ 384 Kbps, Spanish AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: English HoH, French
Genre: Adventure Drama, Biography

Adapted from an autobiographical novel by Farley Mowat, Never Cry Wolf was director Carroll Ballard's worthy follow-up to his superb and much-loved The Black Stallion. Both pictures (as well as his later Fly Away Home) feature animals in central roles, as the communion between the human and animal worlds is a significant aspect of Ballard's films. Wolf's protagonist, wonderfully played by the reliable character actor Charles Martin Smith, learns more about himself as he enters the flow of his rugged surroundings and the family of wolves that he observes. It sounds romantic, but Ballard never sidesteps the ugliness of nature or the discomfort of loneliness. The result is a quirky, deceptively simple meditation on life. Shot on location in Alaska and the Yukon Territory, the film is as striking as Ballard's Black Stallion. Hiro Narita's clear, rich cinematography is marvelous, and the film's evocative, realistic sound was nominated for an Academy Award.

Wilczyca / The Wolf (1983)  Video

Posted by fekmax at Nov. 23, 2014
Wilczyca / The Wolf (1983)

Wilczyca / The Wolf (1983)
Polish | DVDRip | MKV | AVC, 1923 Kbps | 720x544 | 25 fps | 1.50 GB
Audio: AC-3, 224 Kbps | 2 channels | 48.0 KHz | Runtime: 01:38:13 minutes | Subtitle: English (srt)
Genre: Horror

"Wilczyca" by Marek Piestrak is arguably the most famous Polish horror film. Unfortunately this atmospheric flick is not well-known abroad. The action of "Wilczyca" takes place in Poland in the nineteenth century. Maryna dislikes his husband, a Polish patriot named Kacper. Before her death, she curses him. Her evil is transformed not only into a young countess Julia, but also into the wolf…

Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)  Video

Posted by a_l_chemist at Oct. 18, 2011
Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)

Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)
HDTVRip 720p | MKV | AVC | 1280x696, 25.000 fps, 5350 kbps | 01:42:45 | 4,37 GB
English: AC3, 2ch, 384 kbps | Subs: English
Genre: Action | Drama

The archetypical renegade Texas Ranger wages war against a drug kingpin with automatic weapons, his wits and martial arts after a gun battle leaves his partner dead. All of this inevitably culminates a martial arts showdown between the drug lord and the ranger, and involving the woman they both love.

Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)  Video

Posted by a_l_chemist at Oct. 18, 2011
Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)

Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)
HDTVRip | AVI | XviD | 704x384, 25.000 fps, 1705 kbps | 01:42:44 | 1,58 GB
English: AC3, 2ch, 384 kbps | Subs: English (srt)
Genre: Action | Drama

The archetypical renegade Texas Ranger wages war against a drug kingpin with automatic weapons, his wits and martial arts after a gun battle leaves his partner dead. All of this inevitably culminates a martial arts showdown between the drug lord and the ranger, and involving the woman they both love.

Stephan Micus - Listen To The Rain (1983)  Music

Posted by Designol at March 28, 2017
Stephan Micus - Listen To The Rain (1983)

Stephan Micus - Listen To The Rain (1983)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 195 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 107 Mb | Scans included | 00:43:24
Ethnic Fusion, Neo-Classical, Minimal, New Age | Label: Japo/ECM | # JAPO 60040, 815 614-2

If Micus’s saga were an ongoing raga, then 1983’s Listen to the Rain would be one of its most inward-looking prayers. All four meditations that make up the album, while externally distinct, are internally connected through Micus’s use of guitar. The Spanish variety plays a particularly active role throughout, with the sole exception of “Dancing with the Morning,” for which he pairs the ubiquitous steel-stringed with the suling, a bamboo flute often heard in gamelan ensembles of southeast Asia. Knowledgeable listeners will recognize both the rarity of the backpacker’s trusty companion in the Micus canon and its elemental necessity in this setting. The ascetic sheen of its metal strings paints a world of shine to which a human presence adds less manufactured colors. The suling’s unclipped wings, by extension, are exhaled into the sky above, circling and darting through the surrounding melodies until they take shape under cover of their own imagination.

Wolf - Responsive Website Designer 1.35  Software

Posted by Givaraa at March 28, 2017
Wolf - Responsive Website Designer 1.35

Wolf - Responsive Website Designer 1.35 | MacOSX | 92.6 MB

Wolf Website Designer is a native Mac application that makes it simple to design and publish professional, mobile-friendly, websites.

A Blade in the Dark (1983)  Video

Posted by Helladot at March 28, 2017
A Blade in the Dark (1983)

A Blade in the Dark (1983)
BRRip 720p | MKV | 1280 x 720 | x264 @ 2560 Kbps | 1h 46mn | 2,06 Gb
Audio: English AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subs: English (embedded)
Genre: Horror, Mystery | Director: Lamberto Bava

Bruno is hired to compose the music for a new horror movie and rents an isolated villa to concentrate on his work. But when several beautiful young women are brutally murdered within the house, Bruno becomes obsessed with solving the savage crimes. Is a clue to the killer's identity hidden within the film itself, or is there a more horrifying secret lurking deep in the dark?
Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble - 5 Studio Albums (1983-1991) [MFSL, 2011] (Repost)

Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble - 5 Studio Albums (1983-1991) [MFSL, 2011]
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 1,23 GB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 464 MB | Covers - 1,05 GB
Genre: Blues Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab

Stevie Ray Vaughan and his band Double Trouble formed the most impressive blues act of the 1980s, which made Vaughan's death in a helicopter crash at the start of the '90s all the more tragic. He grew up in Dallas, the younger brother of Jimmie Vaughan (cofounder of the Fabulous Thunderbirds). Stevie began playing in clubs at 12, and by 17 had dropped out of high school and moved to Austin. There followed years of struggling until April 23, 1982, when Vaughan and his group, Double Trouble, played a private audition for the Rolling Stones in New York. The gig led to an invitation to appear at the Montreux Jazz Festival, at which Vaughan was seen by David Bowie, who hired him to play guitar on his Let's Dance album, and Jackson Browne, who offered the free use of his recording studio. Vaughan took up that offer after being signed by legendary talent scout John Hammond to Epic, recording his debut album, Texas Flood, in the fall of 1982…

Accept - Balls To The Wall (1983) [Japan 1st Press, 1989]  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at Jan. 23, 2017
Accept - Balls To The Wall (1983) [Japan 1st Press, 1989]

Accept - Balls To The Wall (1983) [Japan 1st Press, 1989]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 352 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 134 Mb | Scans | Time: 56:13
EPIC/SONY | 25•8P-5240
Heavy Metal

BALLS TO THE WALL is the fifth album by German heavy metal band Accept. European label Lark Records released the album in December 1983, but its US release was delayed until a month later in January 1984 as to not compete with the band's then-current album Restless and Wild, which had arrived in the US in early 1983. It is Accept's only record to attain Gold certification in America. The album's title track became Accept's signature tune and remains a metal anthem and trademark in the genre.