Release Date: Jan 1, 2005 Limited
Average Rating: 2.6/5
User Ratings: 282
An aspiring filmmaker finds himself trapped in his own nightmares in this mind-bending indie thriller from writer-director Dylan Bank. Waking up the morning after a wild one-night stand, a film student (Jason Scott Campbell) discovers a video camera and footage of himself committing murder. Reality and illusion blur as he decides to re-create the mystery for his film class and begins receiving videotapes of his nightly dreams. ~ Sandra Bencic, Rovi
Jan 1, 2005 Limited
Sep 29, 2009
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The no-budget Nightmare boasts a can't miss horror concept, but it has no idea how to resolve it.
... an interesting (though unsatisfactory) hybrid of Asian horror motifs (as in 1998's Ring), combined with giallo-style gore of the Dario Argento variety.
It has a great premise that it convolutes too much...film students are seldom as fascinating as they think they are.
O roteiro repleto de furos e as tentativas frustradas de provocar sustos resultam em um filme não apenas estúpido, mas extremamente aborrecido. Byeong-ki Ahn se sairia bem melhor em seu segundo longa, Phone.
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