Carmilla, A journalism student, meets a group of kids that play a role-game called "Eternal Blood". She gets interested in this hobby by "M", a young man she met in a philosophy seminar. "M...
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Two sisters of Mapuche descent, are hired as guides for a northamerican geologist, who works for an enterprise which want to build a dam, through an unexplored wood in Chile's south. Legend... See full summary »
Inspired in real events, "La Casa" is a horror and mystery film, recorded in real time and without any cut. A police officer in the late 80's in Chile, is trapped in an old house where violent and paranormal events occur.
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Marcela Del Valle,
Carmilla, A journalism student, meets a group of kids that play a role-game called "Eternal Blood". She gets interested in this hobby by "M", a young man she met in a philosophy seminar. "M" gets Carmilla into the role game; but in a strange party at an abandoned house, the group meet "Dahmer", an unusual young man who makes rituals about vampirism and shortly he begins influencing his friends. "M" realizes the situation is unusual and that some of them are actually being transformed into vampires. In the investigation of the origin of these myths, "M" finds the way to revert the group's process. The philosophy professor gives him some texts about this issue that might help him find the way to save their souls...Written by
Not a bad vampire film for being extremely low-budget and being from Chile
First off this is this director's 2nd film and before everyone rips it pieces could you do better had you been the director with their budget? I really enjoyed this Spanish-version vampire film as it's was done not in a style reminscent of American,Asian,or European horror films that we've all seen before. Juan Olgade is a very good actor and a drop-dead lookalike of Robert Downey jr. The version I saw was unrated and very gory and I apperciate the ending where dumb people will go "Huh" and those of us who actually paid attention will be like where there's 2 ways to explain whether or not they were vampires at all? Very good foregin horror film compared to others that I've seen. ** out of *****
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