Softwares and apps are daily installed based on agreements we scroll past and accept. But what exactly do we accept? In Faust 2.0 we meet five individuals who unknowingly enters into a pact...
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Softwares and apps are daily installed based on agreements we scroll past and accept. But what exactly do we accept? In Faust 2.0 we meet five individuals who unknowingly enters into a pact with unknown forces and whose lives are brought to a brutal turn when they use the mystical applications to achieve what they want - but instead get what they deserve. As the applications spread the pieces fall into place and a digital pandemic takes shape.Written by
For some reason I keep watching the few Swedish horror films that are made and they all seem to have 1 thing in common, they are all awful. This stinker is actually even worse than all the others, 80 minutes of painful viewing.
The movie is clearly inspired by films like "V/H/S" and "The ABCs of Death" and it consists of 5 small horror story's. They are all pointless and awful with laughable acting, poor setting and terrible effects. One of them is more like a bad porn film than it is a horror story.
I don't write reviews very often but this time I felt the urge to warn people of how bad this really is. I can't believe that I actually paid to watch this and that is almost embarrassing. I actually feel sorry for the actors and filmmakers and I hope for they're sake that not many people will watch this movie.
Avoid at all cost, you are better off to spend those 80 minutes on pretty much anything else. This might be the worst Swedish movie ever made and the lowest grade are rarely more deserved.
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