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The scientist Susan Carter is researching the rehabilitation of addicts using an experimental drug in her rehab center. After her death, her idle son Brian Carter is forced by his friend Simon to travel to the property that he had inherited. Brian and Simon travel with five other friends to the spot and they find that the center is actually an ancient monastery and they have to spend the night. Sooner they are murdered, one by one, by creepy creatures that live in the place. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
(6%) It's films such as this that twist the knife more so than overly generic zombie pictures because this has some ambition, but the absence of any clear ability to implement the ambition into a good watch is so evident. The plot is pretty simple stuff, but it's so poorly told that this pushes tolerance levels and by the time characters start to get dropped off one by one their demise cannot come quickly enough. I'm not one to moan about limited visual effects for as long as the the rest of the film is to a decent standard, which this isn't, so for starters the green screen effects are at times dire, and the CG bees or whatever they are look as though I rendered them, which overall is odd because certain parts of the film look fine. So overall a film with an ounce of talent stretched over a barren gulf of sheer lousyness.
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