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Morituris (2011)

 -  Horror  -  3 June 2011 (Italy)
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While out driving, three young men meet two beautiful women and convince them to go with them to a rave out in a remote location. Once there, the women realize that there is no rave and ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Valentina D'Andrea
Andrea De Bruyn
Désirée Giorgetti
Francesco Malcom
Giuseppe Nitti
Simone Ripanti


While out driving, three young men meet two beautiful women and convince them to go with them to a rave out in a remote location. Once there, the women realize that there is no rave and that the men lied to them in order to beat and rape them. The women try to escape, only to accidentally unleash a pack of zombie gladiators that proceed to attack the group as a whole. Written by lament

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Evil prevails




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2.35 : 1
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This movie was partly inspired by true events known as the "Circeo Massacre" (in Italian: "Massacro del Circeo"), which occurred primarily in the commune of San Felice Circeo, Italy at the end of September of 1975. Three young men raped and tortured a 19-year-old woman and a 17-year-old girl for two days, then murdered the woman; the girl avoided being murdered by pretending to be dead. See more »

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How not to do it
1 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

Even if I give the movie the benefit of the doubt and believe the sound mix was an issue the cinema I watched it in was having, it still wouldn't excuse the real problems this movie has. Sound issues aside (a friend who didn't think this was as awful as every single other person thought it was, said he thought it was artistic. That's a very special way of looking at an obvious mistake), the movie does not have any logic at all. And while you might argue that many movies do not have any logic (or little), this is a contender for topping anything you've seen.

I try not to give the 1-star rating, just because it makes movies appealing to some (as in so bad it's good category), but I can assure you, this movie does not fall into that category. Talking about gory: It does have its explicit moments, but even those shouldn't be enough for people who watch movies mainly based on the blood factor. The acting? I haven't seen the people involved in this in other projects so I will give them the benefit of the doubt. As in, the script is so bad, maybe they can sort of act, when they actually have a real role to play with. But what is shown here, is an insult. Mixing history and slasher might have sounded like a great idea, but the script does not really know what to do with that subject. I'm lost for words, as to how bad this is ...

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