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Four young adult siblings try to fend for themselves after the mysterious death of their parents. But they harbor some dark secrets which include abducting and killing strangers, and ... See full summary »
After receiving an African fertility mask as a gift Ellen tells her husband William that she's been attacked by masked phantom called 'the Nightmare Man'. As Ellen's paranoia increases, ... See full summary »
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Following a near-death experience, Ellie Daly is terrified to realize she is able to see and speak with the dead. Returning home, she's approached by the angry ghost of a dead woman, who ... See full summary »
After witnessing a family member thrown of a balcony by her fiance on her wedding day and the violent stabbing of her aunt, a young woman comes to realize she may be next in line. She desperately tries to find out why those around her turn on her and why she seems marked for death. Who can she trust - where can she turn for help when it seems everyone is out to get her. If only she can survive the murderous rage of friends and even her own family long enough to uncover the secret.Written by
When Ga-in is scanning the wall of the old man's home with the newspaper clippings and pictures, she reads a headline that says: "Argument with wife, father kills all four children." The bug-eyed image to the right of this is Goya's painting "Cronus Devouring One Of His Sons"; Greco-Roman mythology states that the titan Cronos/Saturn was told one of his sons would overthrow him as he overthrew his own father, so to prevent this, he devoured them all - reflecting the movie's theme of envy-provoked murders. See more »
Korean horror thriller Voices offers up an interesting premise. A young girl named Ga-In Kim plated wonderfully by Jin-Sen Yun finds herself the victim of several people as they try and murder her. It seems that the people around her begin dying and some very gruesome fashions and visions of a grotesquely deformed man plague her thoughts. The film delicately plays on the concept of the people who are closest to you being capable of murdering you. It's executed well with dark visuals, a brooding atmosphere and strong performances. It all leads up to a surprising finale you won't see coming. Voices is in fact one of the most disturbing and solid Asian genre efforts in quite some time.
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