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Beneath the Flesh (2009)

"Beneath The Flesh" is a collection of nightmares that will crawl under your skin and burrow it's way into your mind. In Id, a man is tormented by love and a twisted creature in his ... See full summary »

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Randall Kaplan ... The Id / Isaac Berg / Boxhead
Bianca Jamotte LeRoux ... Coke Girl (as Bianca Jamotte)
Brandon McCluskey ... Seth
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"Beneath The Flesh" is a collection of nightmares that will crawl under your skin and burrow it's way into your mind. In Id, a man is tormented by love and a twisted creature in his apartment. In The Basement, two men confront each other in a damp, filthy basement. In The Child, a withered man nurtures a growing creature. In The Insides, a man believes something is growing inside him. Finally, in Boxhead, an old man is visited by a childhood friend that could be his darkest nightmare. The victim in each story is forced to confront a fear that is eating them from the inside out. Their choice? Deal with the fear or die with it. Written by Anonymous

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A truly original new voice in horror
7 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

This five film compilation from this young writer/director presents a dark and eerie view into the sometimes horrifying results of isolation and loneliness.

These films are not your typical "slasher" fare, and they certainly do not stoop to the tired techniques of things popping into the frame just to get you to jump out of your seat.

The writing, the direction, the lighting and even the soundtracks all demonstrate a vision and a mastery, that has obviously absorbed the work of the giants before him. And yet these films offer a fresh vision that will leave you stunned and disturbed, yet wanting more from this new visionary in film.


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