Eyes of Fire (1983)


Directed by: Avery Crounse

Stars: Dennis Lipscomb, Guy Boyd, Rebecca Stanley

Language: English  + Commentary (2nd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)

commentary by author and historian Colin Dickey

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.85:1 | Brrip

Description: A reverend, Will Smythe, and his followers are chased out of town after Smythe is accused of adultery and polygamy. Joined by a rugged woodsman, Marion Dalton, who wants his cheating wife, the group ventures into a valley, where dwells an ancient evil spirit. As members of the group start to disappear, the witch-bred, insane Leah must discover how to thwart the spirit.

Preview Theatrical version

5.58GB | 86:09mins | 1920×1040 | mkv | English + Commentary (2nd track) | Sub: English


Preview Initial cut [Crying Blue Sky]

3.88GB | 108:30mins | 1920×1036 | mkv | English


—–Bluray Extras—–

Short Films

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1972) |  imdb

351MB | 13:12mins | 946×720 | mkv | English


Transformations (1972) |  imdb

167MB | 8:34mins | 960×720 | mkv | English


Backwoods” (2018)

68MB | 15:25mins | 1280×590 | mkv | English


“The Secret is in the Trees:
Stephen Thrower Interviews Director Avery Crounse” 2021 interview

244MB | 27:39mins | 1280×720 | mkv | English

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27 Responses to Eyes of Fire (1983)

  1. Patrick826 says:

    HELP !!!
    Thank you very much fo the Initial Cut. It’s a very precious item, but I don’t find the english subtitles for this version. As a french viewer it is very difficult to understand everything. Could it be possible to get them ?
    Thank you again for your time, your work and your dedication.

  2. David says:

    Yeah I also prefer the one file system. Rars were doable but I’m glad they’re a thing of the past.

    • Robert says:

      I wouldn’t mind a Rar file of the small extras all together.
      Mozilla will reconnect and finish downloading 90% of the time.
      Haven’t had a problem since I set up a dedicated virtual linux machine to download the larger files.

    • Gene says:

      If you look around, RAR archives are still VERY widely in use, and frequently unavoidable. (This is not rocket science, but a pretty basic computer skill. You can get it down pat rather quickly, and then it becomes second nature.) I’ve downloaded single movie files — higher res. and with more like 3 hours or longer runtimes — that approach 20 GB in size. But even if your broadband is great, that can have risky issues. The RARs make it a lot more practical. (Just sayin’.) There are some other tricks I’ve used in the case of partially abortive downloads on Zip or 7Zip archives, or with non-archive files, but I think the optional Recovery Record feature with RAR may be unique to that program — another potentially significant factor.

  3. Mi says:

    Awesome, thanks for this! Folk horror is interesting.

  4. temnix says:

    “Eyes of Fire” is a special movie. And the extras are curious. But please split the main file at least in two. A 5+ Gb download is too precious to be interrupted for any number of reasons. Fetching an enormous file like this from a file-sharing website is like carrying a porcelain dish on your head across a large hall.

    • N. says:

      Totally agree.

    • YoloMo says:

      I too agree. I know its because people pay for a server, but still. Its pretty big.

    • rarelust says:

      many users don’t know how to join
      thats why never ever iam going post split files on rl

      • temnix says:

        But you used to. And why not put up a link on the main page with an explanation? Not that there is anything to explain. You download a part of a split RAR archive, and when you try to extract the file the program asks you for the remaining parts. Pretty simple. Now when a 5 Gb file falls down a couple of times in transfer, that evokes some real consternation.

        • rarelust says:

          i used to split because there was 1GB free user limit
          once they allowed free download upto 10GB i am posting single files

          splits not simple for noob users iam teaching since 2012
          i know

        • Mi says:

          Use a downloader…I lose connections sometimes due to issues or whatever, and I can start it up again where it left off.

      • Mi says:

        Personally I prefer the full file…have to wait between downloads so the one file only needs one click instead of 2-3. Good system to me.

      • Max says:

        I prefer them NOT split because I can set it and forget it. If it fails you can simply resume the download from where it was through the file hosting program RL uses. Thanks for all you do by the way, and hope you have a good vacation.

    • fiberopt1c says:

      You could always install a free app like JDownloader that allows you to resume file downloads.

      Issue resolved. :)

    • HatboxGhost says:

      I paid for the service just to get this and am super happy I did, it’s totally worth it, Y’all should honestly stop being cheep and just pay the dude. This is one of the best sites for movies ever on the internet, if you don’t want to help out a little then you may not be able to grab everything for free

  5. HatboxGhost says:

    Please do the whole set like this, would absolutely love it, even it it take some time!

  6. XSpawn13 says:

    I love this flick and it’s a clear inspiration for the VVitch. .. . Thanks for everything RL … . . You have no idea how much you do affects so many movie fiends around the world.. . . Keep on keeping on brother… .. .

  7. Gene says:

    Very high on the list of films that were LONG overdue for rediscovery and the Blu-Ray treatment. Thanks !

  8. Norm says:

    holymoly i’ve been waiting for this upgrade! t h a n k y o u and happy new year!

  9. rarelust says:


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