Having been tortured by nightmarish visions for years, Sam travels to Germany to find the truth about her past. Her journey leads her to a former convent where she and her friends must escape a murderous masked monk.
Young Samantha Walker has been tortured by nightmarish visions for years. With the help of Dr. Hoffman, she faces her unknown past by taking his advice and traveling to Germany. Having been adopted in the U.S. as a baby she decides to seek out the true roots of her ancestral past. Her journey leads to "Wallenhausen", a former German convent. Samantha's break-in to the convent at night becomes a fight for life and death as a masked monk starts the merciless killings of her companions one after another. Finally the secret of her past reveals itself and she has to face - the Sin Reaper.Written by
Generation X Group GmbH
I picked this up for a few reasons, first of all great thespian Lance Henriksen is in it, secondly it was heavily promoted by Fangoria and third, it was shot in 3D. What could go wrong?
Do I really need to answer this question? I have even seen the full uncut version but Lance was only for a few minutes in it, and just to state a few sentences. On part of the 3D I guess I must have missed something because I have only seen 1 second of 3D. And why this rather boring flick was promoted by Fangoria is still up to this moment a question only to be answered. Some say it had a Gothic feeling, it's not because it takes place in a monastery that it is Gothic! Some say it's a return to the old slashers. I don't think this is a slasher at all. Slashers contain POV shots, nudity and the female hero. Well, maybe the last part did fit in but overall I found Sin Reaper a total waste of time and there were a lot of moments that I thought, would it be a sin to turn this turkey off?
Gore 0/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 2/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 0/5
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