A group of ambitious filmmakers set out to create the world's first reality horror movie. Their plan was simple; they'd offer an active serial killer complete anonymity and a worldwide ...
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Two brothers, Charles and Thomas, who feel they are of superior intelligence, concoct a deadly game of murder to fulfill their devious fantasies, but doing so derails their relationship with horrifying results.
An American military satellite crash lands in Eastern Serbia and a team of US and Serbian agents are dispatched to secure the remains of the satellite, but when they locate the crash site all is not as it seems.
In late summer of 2011, five young friends on a road trip went missing after being attacked by nomadic cannibals in a huge RV. Video was recorded by the victims & recovered by police as evidence in their still-unsolved murders.
Victor Zinck Jr.
A group of ambitious filmmakers set out to create the world's first reality horror movie. Their plan was simple; they'd offer an active serial killer complete anonymity and a worldwide platform from which to display his work in exchange for genuine footage of his grisly crimes. What ensues is a hellish game of cat and mouse as a cryptic filmmaker, known only as The Maestro, comes out from hiding in search of his "perfect shot".Written by
Vince Orlando and Adam Robitel
I found this without reading any recommendations about it. Basically it's about snuff.
Some filmmakers are making a fake snuff movie & they receive a mysterious package that says it's the real deal.
What is interesting is how the rather dusty subject of snuff is handled. This movie has a sense of humour. The director & crew bicker amongst themselves & act somewhat goofy. I really found this an appealing break between some very disturbing snuff images. The acting was decent for an independent production.
The only complaint I have is that the film seems disjointed at times because there's a lot going on & not everything is explained. At least once I had to catch up with the plot. That's fine. It's a small issue.
Definitely worth repeat viewings & I am sad to find that it's not available on DVD from Amazon.
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