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(1590) 5.5 70 min 2018

Luz is a movie starring Luana Velis, Johannes Benecke, and Jan Bluthardt. Luz, a young cabdriver, drags herself into the brightly lit entrance of a run-down police station. A demonic entity follows her, determined to finally be...

Starring
Jan Bluthardt, Johannes Benecke, Luana Velis, Lilli Lorenz
Genres
Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director
Tilman Singer

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director Tilman Singer
Writer Tilman Singer
Stars Jan Bluthardt, Johannes Benecke, Luana Velis, Lilli Lorenz
Country Germany
Runtime 1H 10M
Description Luz, a young cabdriver, drags herself into the brightly lit entrance of a run-down police station. A demonic entity follows her, determined to finally be close to the woman it loves.

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Friday, 12 Jun 2020 13:22

Luz is a modern dark horror film set in New York City where a mysterious outbreak is spreading through the streets. The most chilling part of this film is the lack of communication. In a city with 9-1-1, cars being towed or vandalized, etc., and a multitude of zombie crazes who won't let go of their infected victim to leave, there is little to no communication. The reason for this is that the virus is "infected" when the individual that has it experiences a traumatic event and must experience it again. It is then that the virus causes them to "take over" the body of the infected person and only the living can find a way to end the infection. The acting is great, with a lot of great gore effects and a few clever editing ideas that add to the whole atmosphere. The cast is pretty strong, with a few actors that shine and the director (whose credits include the great "The Hills Have Eyes") also does a great job in making the most of what he has. The special effects are also pretty good. The most well done effect is a giant tentacle that attacks the protagonist (and everybody else) and drains them of blood. There are also some fun moments like the fence-breaking scene and the moment when a zombie comes flying through the air with a huge chain gun, which gives us the jump scene in the beginning. There is some stuff that doesn't work as well, but the general lack of communication and lack of horror isn't really the problem. The problem is that the film would be almost impossible to make and the whole concept of the film is that we have no way of knowing what is happening. What I think makes this film stand out is the gore. The gore effects are awesome, especially in the opening when a severed head comes crashing down. It is then that you see a spine come out of the flesh and kill someone. The head exploding at a young girl is also pretty good. There are also some nice graphic kills, with a big chunk of flesh getting slashed off by a hand and a head being bashed in, etc. The special effects are pretty well done, and the ending is done very well too, with a body being ripped in half, a zombie crawling around and a hand pulling the other half out of the victim's mouth. A few of the other deaths are cool too, especially when a young girl is killed by the head. Some of the stuff that happens in the rest of the film is very cool too, like a building collapsing in on itself and sending off the victim. There is also a decent bit of humor. One of the jokes involves an unseen person who has to explain to a woman about what the hell is happening. The acting in this film is also great, especially from the main characters. I liked that there was more than one character in the film, which is good for a zombie film. The villain is pretty cool, and the ending is quite surprising. This film is very hard to get through, so be sure to watch it in the dark if you don't want to


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