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Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made

Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made is a movie starring Nicole Tompkins, Rowan Smyth, and Dan Istrate. A young boy and girl enter the forest to dig a hole to hell. Said to be a cursed film from the late 1970s, Antrum examines the...

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Antrum: Το Φονικότερο Έργο Που Έγινε Ποτέ, Antrum, アントラム 史上最も呪われた映画
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
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David Amito, Michael Laicini
Michael Laicini, David Amito, David Amito
Rowan Smyth, Nicole Tompkins, Circus-Szalewski, Dan Istrate
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Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A young boy and girl enter the forest to dig a hole to hell. Said to be a cursed film from the late 1970s, Antrum examines the horrifying power of storytelling.

Comments about horror «Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made» (6)

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Alan F.

THE DEADLY GAMES (1978) was a very big event in the horror world. Not only did it make some major money but it was the start of a trilogy of over-the-top B-movies (namely THUNDERMANS, DEATH CRAWLER, and FRANKENSTEIN: THE GOLDEN ARMY) that have since spawned many other B-movies and cult classics (see a little bit of everything on IMDb). But I've always wanted to see THE DEADLY GAMES, and after watching it recently, I'm glad I finally got to see it. The story: An air raid is taking place over Europe, so the last few survivors of the war decide to take a few days off to get away from it all and enjoy a "Silly-fun" trip on an old (and seemingly unused) amusement park. The rest of the movie tells the story of what happens when the group tries to go back to the place, and the story of what they see and what they hear, and of the sheer brutality of the place. So, I'll tell you the bad news: It's pretty tame. The story isn't very exciting, and the action isn't very exciting either. But that's the only thing I can really say about it. The best thing about this movie is the costumes. It's always interesting to see what people wore to this era, and the costumes here are pretty amazing. There's the full-length black outfits and sleeveless shirts, and there's the short-shorts, tank tops, and frilly underwear. I loved the styles, especially the tank tops and the short-shorts. I also loved the various styles of handkerchiefs, which are something that are quite common during the era, and the hats, which were a popular fashion at the time. The actors are also well-cast. James Caan is always great to watch, and so is his partner from FRANKENSTEIN: THE GOLDEN ARMY, Louis Jourdan. And most of the other characters are just as good. The music in the movie is also a good thing. The music here is very loud and obnoxious, and the opening credits are very good, as well. And while this movie isn't very scary, it's also not very gory. This movie is just fun. And I really liked it. It's one of those movies that really grows on you. It's not the most creative movie, but it's pretty entertaining. And I love it!

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Amanda P.

This is one of those movies that I was really disappointed by. I expected it to be some kind of cheap horror that would be scary but it wasn't. It was a very, very good movie, that had good story, great acting and atmosphere. I was really disappointed with this movie because it wasn't scary and there were no scares at all. But I liked it anyway because it was so good and really surprised me.

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A vicious gang of con artists run a restaurant, eating the local talent out of town, after they think they have their money back. The town's favourite movie, the Insomnia, is made a reality in this series of murders, by a psychopath who comes out to visit. This time, though, it's a full-out assault, with body counts going from zero to over 100. This is a masterclass in how to film a violent thriller, with the grisly violence being realistic and a brutal eye-opener to the viewer. I've seen this so many times, and still don't get bored. This film, unlike the previous Insomnia, is an incredibly strong cast. All of the roles are amazing. All the actors, including Alisha Cottle and George Takei, are really good. The relationship between Alisha and George, which is something we haven't seen before, is also really good. What makes this movie so good, is the writing. It's incredibly clever and smart, with every word being the perfect one. It's also funny, sometimes even shocking. It's as if this is the movie that is to come, and I'd love to see it. There's a lot of great acting here, as well, with the two leads, Alisha Cottle and George Takei, doing amazing jobs. It's also really well written, with well-written dialogue, and well-written characters. The villains are also really good, as well, with what is effectively a fantastic villain, who's not afraid to take over the city, and does so with a well-thought-out plan. The plot is a lot better than the previous Insomnia, with it having a more solid and coherent plot, and also is more complicated. It also has some amazing twists, which make the plot quite unpredictable. The script is really well-written, with great lines and lines of dialogue. The characters are also very well-written, with the three leads, Alisha Cottle, George Takei, and Ed Harris, doing really good jobs. The performances are really good, and Alisha Cottle is the standout. It's always great to see her. The third act is also pretty strong, with it being one of the strongest, and even more powerful, of the series. The script is really strong, and has some very powerful scenes. This movie is really great. It's brilliant, and even though I've seen this so many times, I still love it. It's one of the best movies of all time. I can't really recommend it enough. It's brilliant, and it's really good. 9/10.

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I can't really put my finger on what this movie is about, other than the fact that it is a vampire movie. I just saw it in a screening with a couple of friends and I was so impressed with the way it was shot and the music. I'm a huge fan of horror films and have watched them all. I think the thing that makes a good horror film is that it's not all just about blood and gore, it's about something else. I love the music in this film. It is so haunting and unsettling. It is one of the best pieces of music I've ever heard in a film. I can't remember the name of the song but it's awesome. I love the way the music is set up and the way it plays during the scene. It was very well done. I think that the film is very suspenseful and I think that the plot is very interesting. I really love the way the music is used in the film. I think that the film is very well done. I really enjoyed the movie and I think that it is a very well done movie. I have seen this movie three times now and I still love it. It's one of my favorite films. I really think that this movie is a very good film. I highly recommend it to all of my friends and I would definitely watch it again. I give this movie an A+.

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First off I want to say that I'm a huge fan of Japanese horror films. I think that most of them are pretty good and really are the greatest in their genre. I'm a big fan of Asian horror films in particular, but they're not exactly my favorite genre. I think most of them are very derivative and do not really stand out as their own genre, except for one or two. I mean, maybe you'll like this one, but I think you'll be disappointed. The Deadliest Film Ever Made is a very old-school Japanese horror film, but it's not entirely bad. The premise is pretty good and the story is not really cliche. It does have some similarities with The Ring, but the plots are different and the story is much more twisted and unpredictable. The movie has a very creepy atmosphere and is quite well-made. It does have a very dark atmosphere and is not for the faint of heart. There's no gore and it's not gory in a good way. It's more gory than scary. The plot is very interesting and has twists and turns that will keep you guessing. The only reason I give it a 9 out of 10 is because the ending is a bit anticlimactic. It's not really a bad ending, but it's not the end that I would have chosen. The acting is good. Keanu Reeves is great as always and the girl that plays his wife, Jessica Biel, is also good. The sound is good and the sound effects are good. The only problem I have with this movie is the gore. It's not gory, but it is very, very gory. The gore is supposed to be gory, but it is way too gory and it just doesn't work that way. The gore is very obvious and just looks silly. If you want a good Japanese horror film, check out The Ring or the recent release of The Grudge. The Deadliest Film Ever Made is one of the best Japanese horror films I have ever seen. It's pretty much perfect.

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Joe W.

Even with a box-office failure, this movie was a movie in itself. A masterpiece of low budget film-making. This film had the potential to be a classic, if only the script had been better. So much potential, and yet so few points were added. Some of the most important scenes were missing. Some of the most beautiful moments were missing. But what this movie was about was the family. The father, the mother, the son, the daughter, and the husband. These were the actors that I fell in love with. They were all very well cast, and the story line was done very well. I am not going to give away the ending, but if you go in thinking you are going to watch a standard slasher film, you will be very disappointed. This movie is more than just a slasher film. It is a family film, about a father, a mother, and a son. This film was made with love, and a very good script. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes films with a good story, and a great ending. I can't wait for the next director's cut!