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(946) 4.7 95 min 2018

Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made is a movie starring Nicole Tompkins, Rowan Smyth, and Dan Istrate. A young boy and girl enter the forest to dig a hole to hell. Said to be a cursed film from the late 1970s, Antrum examines the...

Rowan Smyth, Nicole Tompkins, Circus-Szalewski, Dan Istrate
David Amito, Michael Laicini

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Horror
Director David Amito, Michael Laicini
Writer Michael Laicini, David Amito, David Amito
Stars Rowan Smyth, Nicole Tompkins, Circus-Szalewski, Dan Istrate
Country Canada
Also Known As Antrum: Το Φονικότερο Έργο Που Έγινε Ποτέ, Antrum, アントラム 史上最も呪われた映画
Runtime 1H 35M
Description A young boy and girl enter the forest to dig a hole to hell. Said to be a cursed film from the late 1970s, Antrum examines the horrifying power of storytelling.

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Sunday, 27 Sep 2020 08:08

The Deadly Domain (2003) is an entertaining indie film from the early nineties, made in the same mould as the likes of TerrorVision (1992), Deathproof (1994) and the now famous 'Ozark' (2001) series. The setting is the forgotten backwater of American Indian Reservations and it is this setting which makes the film appealing, with the lack of money or government involvement an alibi for the violence the Native American Indians (with a few extras from the townsite) inflict on the townsfolk. Director Joe Scarnici is a relatively new arrival to the contemporary horror landscape and despite not being a major name it is he who does not disappoint, it is one of his first ventures, with little direction or control but still more than holds its own with other amateur films he has directed. The film is shot in low budget stock and the use of shoddy location filming gives the film an amateur feel, especially during the opening shots, where the film opens with a traditional Indian dance as the village is spanked by the inhabitants for their crimes of the community. It is on this level that the film is best developed and Scarnici keeps a focus on the various killer murders, the killings themselves are fairly interesting and are executed well, with the last murder coming up a little fast and there is a nice blood spurt to spice up the sequence. There are some good use of ambient sounds and the film manages to maintain a creepy ambiance throughout, the scenes involving the dancing Indians are interesting and well-executed. It also helps that Scarnici treats the film with care, with a couple of instances where he could have chosen to remove certain aspects of the film to give it a more serious feel. The acting from the central cast is good but is far from great, including one performance which is underrated and totally unnecessary. The latter is from Ian Gamble, who gives one of his best performance ever in this film. The script is a little slow and lacks tension, the script for the film is a work in progress and sometimes it comes across a little weak. With a few more actors and a better script the film could have been more moving but still there is some suspense and tension to be found in the film. The Deadly Domain is a very good horror film with a great cast and interesting premise but the direction is inconsistent with its pace, a few moments where it feels it is slavishly following the concept but this could be easily fixed. The Deadly Domain is very good and recommended for fans of the genre or anyone who loves British independent films.
Saturday, 22 Aug 2020 06:51

It's been a long time since I saw a horror film with a big budget. I always thought that big budget films could not be all that scary. It's always been a sort of middle ground between the low budget and the big budget. With the exception of The Grudge, which I loved, I've always felt that big budget films didn't scare me enough. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of this film. The film starts out with a girl named Claudia (Amber Tamblyn) waking up in a hospital bed. She's been stabbed and killed and the only thing she remembers is that someone is trying to kill her. She wakes up in the middle of the night and hears strange noises coming from the other side of the room. She then looks around the room and discovers that the room has been completely flooded with water. She is forced to stay in the hospital, because it's under attack by a cult that has been surrounding it for some time. Her roommate (Ellen Page) has a breakdown and is taken away. Soon, they discover that the cult has kidnapped a young girl named Amy (Abigail Breslin) and are holding her hostage. Soon, a group of cult members begin to attack the hospital, killing everyone that gets in their way. The film is pretty scary and the film is very well done. The acting is very good, and the acting is believable. The directing is very well done, and the cinematography is great. The cinematography is the only aspect of the film that I really did not like. The film has a very realistic look to it. It's very dark, and the film is quite disturbing. The film is very disturbing, but the film is not very gory. The film is also very violent, and the violence is very graphic. It's not a horror film that you can watch with your family, but it's a very good film that you should definitely see. The film is very good, and I give it a 9/10.
Friday, 24 Jul 2020 22:57

To me, David Cronenberg's 'Dead Ringers' (1971) is the ultimate horror film. It is both wholly inspired and completely unique. The opening sequence alone is worth it's price. The long takes of the movie make this scene even more frightening. The location photography is breathtaking and the use of light is perfect. The film starts with a murder at the center of the town and our protagonist reveals a shocking secret. This crime has repercussions and makes it harder for any innocents to survive. The killing begins and the plot builds to a climax. 'Dead Ringers' is almost always relevant and I do mean almost always. You can easily predict the outcome of the plot and any number of strange twists ensue. At first, the killer is a prostitute. Later, it is a diner manager. Soon, it becomes clear that the killer is not the killer but the manager. However, it is not clear which of the characters is the killer and which one is not. There are many twists and turns, a few of which don't come in the form of plot twists, but rather just happen to everybody. There are numerous ridiculous actions of the characters that are done just for laughs. One of the highlights of this movie is the unique camera work. The angles the film uses are amazing and are very artistic. The editing is top notch and the length of the film adds an extra dimension to the movie. The movie builds a perfect atmosphere and can either make you scared or jump out of your seat in an unsettling way. The music is really creepy and the music in the movie has a creepy sound to it. The acting in the film is really great. Roger Corman returns to direct and he does a great job. The supporting actors play their roles well. We see the deaths that happened in the movie before they happen in the real world. The ending in 'Dead Ringers' has an interesting twist. The twist is great. I was impressed with the way the story ends. It is not predictable, it is a story that is unique and believable. David Cronenberg was able to turn a world with a lot of gruesome death and a lot of gruesome people, into a wonderfully artistic and creative story. 'Dead Ringers' is a must-see for horror fans and those who love the horror genre. David Cronenberg did a very good job directing the film and I would really like to see more from him. 'Dead Ringers' is a brilliant movie that was not beaten by the likes of 'Friday the 13th' and 'Dagon'. 8/10.
Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 16:13

The film is at its core a metaphor for the human condition, that any love-love-love who is torn away from a woman is a "dead" love-love-love and that those who lose a child without any reason are "dead" for good reason, be it because of their own stupidity or because of love-love-love. We know where we stand with the father, he was a caretaker to a "proper" lady for no apparent reason, then his son steps in to take his place. The father makes a deal with the mysterious woman who has become his mistress, giving her his manhood in exchange for her love, thus granting her the ability to pursue the better life she desires. In addition, he has lost his physical beauty, the woman is "dead" but her beauty is so great that she is "dead" too. This "deadness" works as the catalyst for a meaningful life for the father. But when he meets his next love, he finds his beauty restored again, and he sees her as his true love. In order to understand this movie, one must understand that there is more to it than the simple themes of fatherhood and love. There is a political subtext that the "producers" of the film wish to state and maybe an even more complex subtext of the disease of the age of neo-liberalism. The film can also be seen as an allegory for fascism. The film is certainly inspired by "Dirty Dozen", one of the worst films I have ever seen, but it is not "Dirty Dozen" in the slightest. There are no overt homo-erotic and sexual themes, only the tragic, ambiguous life of a man who is consumed by the delights of a beautiful woman. I do not consider this film to be "Dirty Dozen" in the slightest, simply because it is unique in its own way. It is one of those films that is in the dark-and that is what makes it so unique.
Monday, 29 Jun 2020 10:30

I am not a big fan of Horror/Comedy movies, I always found the scenes here in the UK to be so drawn out, I know its the simple way of doing things, but IMO the films here are better then those in America. So many features in the film just doesn't work and I just don't see it working in every scene. I can't say that the acting is bad, but the ones in the film did not give the impression of a true survivor of the horrors they experienced. I believe that its a combination of the Script that was written so slow and the actors that were in the film and really, it just didn't work. The plot was a total boring drag with no real story line to speak of. The actors in the film gave the impression that the actors were bored of the script, so you don't get the vibe of the situation. I think that the script writers and the actors should have just shot the film over a few days and then re-scripted it. I am sure that the Director was actually watching the camera filming for most of the film. I don't believe that the Director needed a script. The Director and the Actors simply needed to be given some pressure and make the audience jump and get a kick out of it. It is just so sad that people are so determined to make a film that is not going to end with a bang. You can see the Director coming up to the actors and begging them to get some pressure on them, telling them to think about something more then the script that they just wrote. So many people give the Director credit for making a film that they just like, but they don't really have any knowledge on the actual production of the film and just blindly thought that the Director really did a great job. Overall it is an awesome film that was made for the love of Horror/Comedy films, but it just seems like the Script was a bit drawn out and the actors were bored. The Director just needed to have a small script revision. Overall I give this movie a 9 out of 10, which it was completely undeserving of, but the Script was just very boring and there were too many features that just don't work in this film.

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