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Not quite as compelling as his feature film debut Stagefright, Michlle Soavi still packs The Church with enough creative set pieces and ghastly images to satisfy most genre fans.
Hallucinatory and surreal, The Church is borderline experimental, strongly favoring aesthetic over plot. Much of the ensuing brutal and chaotic horrorscape is inventive and intriguing, but over the top effects, unexplained plot twists, and poorly defined motivations more often than not result in unintentional camp. The Church is lurid and bizarre, creatively horrific, and ridiculous.
Italian-made horror film is slow-moving.
Must see if you like Italian horror!
this movie was pretty cool in a lot of ways for being a latter day italian horror
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Great story and gore only let down by questionable acting.
The Church was built on the graves of demons buried long ago. But due to some renovations being performed, they are released. The people are locked in the church and dispatched in creative ways, while a sense of dread keeps growing.
This movie is lots of fun; very entertaining and creative.
Sort of boring but pretty okay finale.
Gorgeously shot, as usual with these old Italian films, with an interesting score and some solid effects. The story may be a little all over the place, but it's still a lot easier to follow than some other Argento stuff. The movie starts off quite strong, then slows down, before ramping back up to a great ending.
Beautifully shot Italian shocker with an uneasy atmosphere and a Goblin, Emerson and Glass soundtrack.