Snuff Movie (2005)





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Snuff-Movie, an outing by the celebrated music video-director-turned-horror maestro Bernard Rose (Paperhouse, Candyman), references both the Charles Manson/Sharon Tate murders and Michael Findlay's notorious grindhouse film Snuff (1974), in its tale of a slasher movie director's involvement with off-camera butchering. Jeroen Krabbé stars as Boris Arkadin, the popular creator of stomach-churning cinematic gore fests. His life takes a dark turn late one evening in 1975, when, after a private screening of his latest opus, a group of maniacs turn up at his mansion and slaughter all of the overnight guests -- including Boris' pregnant wife, Mary (Lisa Enos). Cut to the present day, in London. A young actress, Wendy (also played by Enos), decides to audition for one of Arkadin's films, and accepts the director's subsequent invitation (despite the admonitions of her boyfriend, Andy) to stay at the Arkadin mansion overnight. Soon, Andy is wracked with horror to discover that additional murders are occurring and being broadcast live, online. But are these homicides real or simply staged contrivances for another film? Teri Harrison and Alastair Mackenzie co-star; Rose authored the script.
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Junction Films


Jeroen Krabbé
as Boris Arkadin
Lisa Enos
as Mary, Wendy
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Um ótimo exercício narrativo-estilístico que, além de boas atuações, surpreende pelo uso extremo de metalinguagem, embora afaste o espectador justamente por ser auto-referencial.

March 7, 2006
Cinema em Cena

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Full Review… | January 2, 2012
Jigsaw Lounge

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Full Review… | December 29, 2006
Empire Magazine

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