Turkish director Hasan Karacadag is something of an unusual case. In a nation that appears uncertain how to feel about its own history with exploitation film and generally reluctant to ... See full summary »
Dilek, a housewife suddenly starts to feel presence of something abnormal in a specific room in their house. Though her husband, Omer refuses to agree with her but situation become worse. ... See full summary »
Preparing for her wedding, Kübra gets possessed by unknown livings. To cure Kübra, a psychiatrist, Ebru, gets on way. Ebru is also an old friend of Kübra. Ebru would work together with an ... See full summary »
Director Hasan Karacadag argues that he tried to create a model of a Turkish-Islamic horror film and that he would make the world recognize this model, of which he sees "Semum" as the first... See full summary »
Olivia, A New York-based journalist travels to Turkey when she receives news that her sister Marla is pregnant. Marla recently ended a relationship but decides to keep the baby and that's when sinister things begin to occur.
The story of a young couple haunted by mysterious forces and there looks to be a heavy possession element as well. The calm life of Suat and Nurcan is broken when they begin to be scared by supernatural creatures.
Ecem Cansu Aktay,
Kadir is a man victimized to his mother's black magic to separate him from every woman , including his wife , that would ever think of approaching him But things went upside down as oppose to his mother's expectations.
Dabbe 2 is a strange Turkish horror film for people who want to see a story from side of eastern prophecy of judgment days on big screen. I don't know that what I said but this film has really strange atmosphere.I think,its something little different or something new. But I am not sure for telling my thoughts because I can't explain that why I liked it so much.May be its weird but good.The cinematography and editing is good.Some scenes are dark and haunting.Unfortunately acting is sometime disturbing,this is main problem of Hasan Karacadag's films. OK,nowadays It is hard to find a good and original horror film from Turkish filmmakers and yes I know this one is not masterpiece but For Oriental horror lovers , this is a must.
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