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Don't Look Up (2009)

Evil spirits released from old celluloid causes a film crew to slowly go insane while in production on a new project.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lila Kis
Béla Olt
Olt's Cameraman
Marcus Reed
Josh Petri
Robert Towers ...
Romy Bardóc
Romanian Grip
Brian Henderson ...


In the Dark Ages, a gypsy woman made a pact with Beng, the gypsy devil, to marry a powerful man. In return, Beng asked for her first born child. Her daughter Matya had the mark of the devil and was killed by the villagers. In 1928, the Hungarian director Bela Olt decides to shoot Matya's story with the lead gypsy actress Lila Kis. However, the director, the cast and the crew vanished with the film that had never been seen. Back to the present and the discredited medium director Marcus Reed and his producer Josh Petri head to Romania to make a film about Matya's story... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Lights... Camera... Evil...



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for horror violence and gore | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

8 January 2011 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

A Semente do Mal  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


The name of the director of the original film is Bela Olt. One of Bela Lugosi's early stage names was Arisztid Olt. See more »


References Frankenstein (1931) See more »


Gaze At Me
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Composed by Yutaka Furukawa
Published by Sony Music Artists, Inc. (JASRAC)
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I chose you... to not see this movie
16 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

I originally picked this movie to watch after reading the plot. It seemed different from most movies so I thought I was seeing something new that would grab my attention. When getting the movie home, I read the reviews on here and saw it was a "bad" horror film. Still, I took my chances.

I can see why many do not like this film. There is no definite beginning or end, leaving you to question the purpose of the entire movie. The plot seems to change focus from the movie production to the mental state of the producer.

Let it be known, this is NOT a horror movie. There are "intense" images placed in scenes without much thought (i.e. the flashbacks the main character gets). The idea is probably to shock the viewer when they least expect it. The "gore" in the movie is less frightening than taking a stroll through the butcher's shop to pick up dinner. I do not understand how this movie is rated R. It lacks the core elements which would make a movie "R" - gore, language, and nudity. This movie is all about the deteriorating mental state of the "producer" inside the movie, which is fun to watch if you're into that kind of thing. The acting was subpar; I think a high school play crew could act the scenes better than the actors hired for this movie. Overall this movie gets a 3/10. They tried and came up short.

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