A group of students decide to study 'reaction videos' and are led toward an old film, hidden in the archive room of a cemetery. It appears that everybody who has witnessed the film has met ...
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A group of students decide to study 'reaction videos' and are led toward an old film, hidden in the archive room of a cemetery. It appears that everybody who has witnessed the film has met an untimely demise under suspicious circumstances. When the students view the footage, they discover first hand, what the demonic spirit is capable of. Fulfilling the ancient curse of a woman cruelly killed during the Spanish Inquisition.Written by
My initial reaction to a foreign language, found footage style film was one of disinterest & after the first few minutes of watching it, I wasn't overly enthusiastic about continuing. But I'm glad I did. I can always tell that I'm watching a good foreign language film when I forget that I'm reading the subtitles because I'm so wrapped up in the plot. Don't get me wrong, the film isn't perfect by any stretch of the imagination. It doesn't really add anything new to an already too common genre of horror. But it works. The cast do a good job & the plot managed to keep my interest throughout. If you're like myself & are willing to give any horror film a go, then I'd recommend checking this out. It won't win any awards but it's a hell of a lot better than some of the recent found footage horrors I've seen of late.
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