During World War II, some Commonwealth prisoners are trying to escape from a German prison camp. Because they are old and weak, the Germans decide to escape with them. Just after the ... See full summary »
It's the last day of school. Christian (19) and his younger sister Sofie are on their way to a party together with their friends. They've got to finish studying for their finals, take the ... See full summary »
Dr. Davide studies the alien abductions. From the abductees under hypnosis, he has understood that some alien races have been installing, for millennia, their active memories in the people's brains, to exploit a special energy: the Soul.
Four high school friends meet up in an abandoned house to play 'Backstabbed', a game of murder with headphones and plastic weapons. Meanwhile, a serial killer is leaving a trail of blood on his way to the house, and soon the game of murder becomes much more than make-believe. Written by
Peter Brandt Nielsen
[while talking behind her back, Alexandra all of a sudden appears in front of Tim, giving him a big scare]
Did I scare you?
No I usually shit my pants this time of the evening
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nice try for a second movie but fails in some ways
It was Martin Schmidt's second attempt to make a flick that would put him on the map. Sadly it failed a bit due I think that there wasn't really a budget. There aren't any effects used except for the slicing of one throat. Don't worry, there are more people dying but it isn't bloody or really gory. The killer itself do bleeds at the end but it's one of the easiest tricks to do. The story itself is okay and he even tries to mislead you by showing some weirdo who the viewer will think that he is the killer. The problem I had was that some scene's are way too long. For example, when one survivor is being hunted down by the killer it goes on and on, they are trying to put in some jump scene's but for me it was more of a bore scene. There had to be more killings or whatsoever to make it suspenseful. But again, it's made 16 years ago and there wasn't really a hype surrounding internet. Look what they did afterwards, pinhead in cyberspace or other flicks about deadly games (feardotcom). It surely isn't a whodunit but it's easy to see that it could just be a leaving examination made for some art school.
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