Two women are abducted by a group of snuff filmmakers and brought into a Hellish nightmare of unmistakable brutality, viciousness and destruction that will leave every viewer shocked, amazed and awestruck.
Ashley Lynn Caputo,
Eight The Chosen One
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Two deranged friends bring along another guy to go on a random murder rampage. They kidnapped lesbian lovers, couples and they torture them in any way that the viewer can imagine. Your worst fears will come true in this shocking account of a killing spree.Written by
That was honestly one of the worst hours I have ever spent in my life. This is the dullest film I've ever had the misfortune to view.
So I got this because I heard it was a sick, unique film (which I have to say interests me) but this was truly shocking for all the wrong reasons. For me, it failed on every level imaginable.
Firstly, I still don't really know what happened. There was some "alternative" kids laughing while the camera focused on either some bloody scene or basically, nothing. But, I'm guessing this was the "crazy" idea behind it all. Well it failed completely for me. I hated the people in it because they annoyed me by constantly laughing and shouting at nothing. They came across as idiots really. The fact they happened to do nasty things as a hobby seemed so irrelevant because it was done in such a ridiculous manner it was unbelievable. They made a pathetic attempt at being deranged but like I said, it felt more like idiocy and I cared so little about the whole thing that there nasty habits simply began adding to the boredom of it all.
It failed to shock me too. The one thing it was so very desperate to do. Don't get me wrong, I didn't approach this in a sceptical manner, quite the opposite in fact. I wanted to be disgusted, scared or at the very least entertained by it as I do with every horror movie I watch. It was an interesting (but not original) idea having a first person horror and doing it "home-movie" style but obviously not if it's executed so very poorly. The atmosphere this film created meant the sick parts had little or no effect. They did look quite good some of the effects but it crossed over the realistic/stupid line almost immediately.
I have to say I would be very surprised if anyone actually enjoyed this film. I presume this was aimed at the likes of me. People looking for sick and unique horror films but this film preoccupied itself so much by trying to be "sick" that it totally missed the mark. Saying f*** a lot and having some gory torture scenes has to be done very very well to have any affect on people today. Something more than just visual effects are needed because this sort of thing just isn't shocking any more.
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