Brilliant young Victor Karlstein finds himself lost in an abyss of personal turmoil and professional stress after the woman he most likely seemed to love dies while under the care of his ... See full summary »
John R. Hand
John R. Hand,
Desperately losing his mind while searching for a new pair of shoes, an old man and his trusty Walker wander the City of Rott, saturated with thousands of rotting zombies, driven to feed the blood-hungry worms residing in their skulls.
A man meets a woman in a bar, the two go back to her flat and begin watching porno films. The man passes out and wakes to find himself strapped to a dentist chair. The woman, along with her accomplice begin to torture the man.
Sitting on the edge of your seat, not knowing what going to happen in the next scene. This film is just that. Intense and dramatic. The way the special effects through the intense/scary scenes are done so well that it makes you wonder who will survive at the end. Each character in this film is done so well that you could image this kind of stuff actually happening in real life. This Hollow Sacrament is threading through the dark side of what people pretend to not do to others' loved ones. Using real-life war to interpret graphic and mind-blowing thoughts about what people could possibly imagine could happen with a totally different direction.
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