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Dark Souls (Mørke sjeler) (2010)





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A frustrated father sets out to find the mysterious madman who's victims experience something far worse than death in this satirical horror film Norway. Shortly after receiving word that his daughter Johanna has been found dead in the woods, Morten Ravn is surprised to see his little girl sitting in front of their home computer. With oil flowing from her eyes, the young girl issues a desperate cry for help. Meanwhile, all across town, there are reports of men in orange jumpsuits attacking people with power drills. Shockingly, the victims seem to just rot away -- suffering slow and agonizing deaths as their grief-stricken loves ones watch helplessly. When the local police show little interest in solving the case, Morten tracks down the maniac, and follows him back to an abandoned manufacturing plant. There, the vengeful father makes a discovery so sinister that it could shake the very foundation of his close-knit community. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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Dark Souls' apocalypse of banality plays fast and loose with its generic identity, but is ultimately rotten.

October 30, 2017 | Full Review…

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