A man is found crawling around, covered in his own blood, in a disused underground car park. But he's not alone. Four dead bodies are found in the same place. Through a series of flashbacks...
See full summary »
A man is found crawling around, covered in his own blood, in a disused underground car park. But he's not alone. Four dead bodies are found in the same place. Through a series of flashbacks and interviews, we slowly piece together the events that took place that led to his incarceration and the grisly discoveries.Written by
The Apostate is based on a true story. The events depicted in this film took place around September 2011. See more »
I am very impressed
I grew up watching the good classic horror movies with my dad. So, naturally I feel pretty desensitized from scary movies. This one however, had me really scared. Did it leave me with any sort of lasting impression, not really just some really weird nightmares the night I saw it.
James Bryhan did an excellent job. His use of body language was amazing and really helped to tell the story. The cinematography was wonderful.
Overall, I would definitely go see it again and buy the movie. If you miss the classic horror movies go see it. Finally, a horror movie that does what it supposed to do. It wasn't lost in gore and blood. The simplicity really makes this movie amazing.
Overall i thought that this film was great and i say that you should check it out.
A must see film!
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this