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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
I was once tempted to get HIDDEN 3D on Blu-ray in order to experience the 3D excitement for myself. Something held me back, so when I saw it coming up on the Horror Channel schedules I decided to check out the 2D version instead.
Thank God I didn't waste money on the Blu, because HIDDEN 3D is a really bad film. It's no different from another trillion Z-grade movies besides, featuring as it does a band of bland, uninteresting teenagers wandering around a creepy old building and finding themselves assailed by some of the lamest CGI-faced spooks imaginable. It doesn't even have the found footage novelty of a GRAVE ENCOUNTERS going for it; this is pure bad.
It goes without saying that the acting is of the usual quality for this genre, i.e. very poor. One female wears a push-up bra in order to drag in male viewers but the effect is hardly uplifting. The CGI spooks are dull in the extreme, the script is barely noticeable, the twist ending anything but. Why a swarm of CGI bees keeps flying about the house I don't know, because scientifically this is preposterous, and even by movie logic it's complete nonsense. No, even a 3D version of this film would be just as bad; one to avoid at all costs.
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