Insignis

Insignis

Insignis is a movie starring Salvador Espadas, Marimer Espinoza, and Liz Sandoval. La vida de Jorge y Felipe, dos jóvenes amigos, da un vuelco el día que encuentran un cráneo.

Running Time
1 hours 28 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Horror
Director
Jonathan Sarmiento
Writer
Jonathan Sarmiento, Abel Molina, Cesar Plascencia
Actors
Hiram Saro, Marimer Espinoza, Liz Sandoval, Salvador Espadas
Country
Mexico
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about horror «Insignis» (21)

Jean M. avatar
Jean M.

La vida de Jorge y Felipe, dos jóvenes amigos, da un vuelco el día que encuentran un cráneo.

Madison Duncan avatar
Madison Duncan

This is the best looking version of the theatrical release. You also get the standard blu-ray with 3 different versions of the film. You can’t go wrong with this package in my opinion.

Alice L. avatar
Alice L.

This film gave me everything I love in movie, a powerful story and more than enough edge-of-your-seat action sequences.

Terry avatar
Terry

When we go to a theater to watch a movie, there is one desire that always crawls our hearts. The desire that the movie comes out to be entertaining. But this one, I assure, will raise that desire to new heights for the movies yet to release in your lifetime

Justin V. avatar
Justin V.

There is no denying that this is a very good movie. The acting is great and it tells a good story.

Grace W. avatar
Grace W.

Really great movie!

Martha avatar
Martha

This was a great movie. Jonathan Sarmiento is back to doing what he does best: making AWESOME films.

Keith avatar
Keith

We only rented it because we love Hiram Saro. Turns out it was a really good movie.

Diane Stevens avatar
Diane Stevens

Great feel good movie.

Beverly M. avatar
Beverly M.

The acting was superb - all the characters done well. Liz Sandoval was amazing.

Gloria S. avatar
Gloria S.

A movie of the highest order! Directed by Jonathan Sarmiento has outdone himself. This is seriously his best film to date.