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The Movie – No one lives – by Ryûhei Kitamura.

Merciless and bloody history, a human fury that kills, tears and tears apart.
A descent into the darker human mind.


The Movie – The Barrens – by Darren Lynn Bousman.

A good horror starring the devil and his deception.


The Movie – Diary of death – by George A. Romero.

Telling a story with the camera behind the camera. A particular idea, but I don’t know to what extent it can be a pleasant emotion for those who see the film.


The Movie – Open Grave – by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego.

A film about zombies different from the others: compelling story told with refined skill.


The Movie – Piranha 3DD – by John Gulager.

I hate preconceived prejudices and opinions from others, so I have to watch a movie and then I have my own idea about it.
This film is a grotesque story, full of annoying and blatant sexual references; at times the story becomes ridiculous, but with the firm intention of making it ridiculous on the part of the director. In many action scenes it is surreal and paradoxical to the extreme.
Yet despite all of this, the way in which the actor/character David Hasselhoff/Mitch Buchannon is made fun of in history… made me laugh a lot and in this detail I see a touch of irreverent micro-geniality of irnoy on the part of the director.


The Movie – Into the Grizzly Maze – by David Hackl.

The construction of the narrative is not perfect, the story is dragged to the extreme in a too articulated pursuit: on the whole I did not really like this film.


The Movie – Gothika – by Mathieu Kassovitz.

Masterful thriller story: few stories manage to keep you glued to the spectator’s chair with suspended breath.
This is one of those films and the acting of the characters is fabulous.


The Movie – The Crazies – by Breck Eisner.

Human madness unleashes fear and fear triggers chaos and destruction.


The Movie – The Mist – by Frank Darabont.

Great horror story for fans of the genre: Stephen King never disappoints.


The Movie – 30 Day of Night – by David Slade.

A good #vampire movie, ideal for those with a passion for this genre.

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