Scott G. Anderson
A vacationing couple makes a terrifying discovery about the motel room they have just checked into i... read moren this thriller scripted by Mark L. Smith and directed by Nimród Antal (Kontroll). Their car broken down and their prospects for finding a tow-truck driver at such a late hour slim to none, David (Luke Wilson) and Amy Fox (Kate Beckinsale) decide to make the best of their situation by resting out the night at a nearby motel. Left with few choices of entertainment for the evening, the pair soon settles down to enjoy one of the low-budget slasher films sitting atop their motel room VCR. Upon realizing that all of the films seem to have been shot in the very same room they currently occupy, David and Amy suddenly become the stars of a particularly sadistic fright flick. As hidden cameras track their every move, the hapless couple attempt to turn the tables on their would-be killer before they meet the same grim fate as the poor souls being butchered on television. Frank Whaley and Ethan Embry co-star in a thriller that's sure to keep leery travelers sticking to the main highway. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
they go to stay the night at the hotel and then they find out that they are going to be apart of a snuff film and so they are on the run for their lives and a game of cat and mouse. I'm not going to
Reviewed 3 months days ago
Ah, but this is no ordinary motel. It is run by a team of snuff filmmaking freaks, the leader of which looks suspiciously like Ned Flanders from "The Simpsons
Reviewed 13 months days ago
. I will give them credit for one thing though. When David is watching the snuff films looking for mistakes the other people made. That is not something you see all the time i
An anthropologist heads a rescue party into the South American jungle to find a missing film team ma... read moreking a documentary on cannibal tribes but can only return with their footage, which reveals their crueler intentions.
. Not in a good horror movie way, but in a disgusting snuff film way, which is absolutely brutal to witness. This makes it an effective exploitation film,
Reviewed 9 months days ago
. The killings in the movie felt so realistic to me, that I felt like I was watching a snuff film.
For a tame version of this movie watch The Blair Witch Project, but for the full out
Reviewed 2 years days ago
oss! it really was pretty well done in a blair witch meets temple of doom meets faces of face meets snuff film sort of way but i hope i never see it again.
Tom Welles (Nicolas Cage) is a surveillance expert on the rise. He's living the American dream with ... read morea wife, Amy (Catherine Keener), infant daughter, and a house in the suburbs of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. After the completion of an assignment for a U.S. Senator, Welles is summoned to the house of a recently deceased captain of industry. His widow, in settling his estate, has discovered an 8MM film in her late husband's private safe. The silent short depicts the apparent murder of a young woman by a large, masked figure, what is known as a "snuff" film. Greatly disturbed by the film's contents, the widow hires Welles to find the identity of the woman and determine if she is still alive. Welles finds the girl's identity and follows her trail from the time she ran away from home to Hollywood. Once there, Welles meets adult bookstore clerk Max California (Joaquin Phoenix) to act as Virgil to Welles' Dante. As the two begin their descent into the world of underground pornography, the detective grows more and more distant from his family, as if he cannot shake the taint of the world in which he now walks. Tom and Max eventually meet pornographers Dino Velvet (Peter Stormare) and Eddie Poole (James Gandolfini). By this time the detective finds he can no longer walk out of the inferno. ~ Ron Wells, Rovi
Nicolas Cage investigates the making of a snuff film, to find out if its real or not. A disturbing movie.
Reviewed 7 months days ago
A 90's film about Snuff (Rape Porn) staring Nicolas Cage gets you thinking, prior to seeing it "Thi
Reviewed 2 years days ago
"Snuff film" indeed. This movie is screwed up in multiple ways. Not bad so much as weird.
Director Pascal Lauguier follows his 2004 thriller House of Voices with this relentlessly brutal tal... read moree of a girl who suffered unimaginable abuse as a young child, and the unspeakable horrors that unfold when she arrives at an isolated cabin in the woods fifteen years later. The story begins as the young, badly battered Lucie (Mylène Jampanoï) -- obviously the victim of inhuman abuse -- is hospitalized after somehow managing to escape her sadistic captors. Nearly catatonic after her life-altering ordeal, Lucie only manages to become functional again as a result of her friendship with Anna (Morjana Alaoui), a fellow abuse victim who selflessly reaches out to the badly damaged girl. Fifteen years later, Lucie guns down an entire family in cold blood. Is Lucie seeking belated vengeance against the people who tortured her as a young girl, or has her fragile psyche finally snapped, resulting in the bloody demise of an innocent family? Later, when Lucie calls on her old friend Anna, the truth about Lucie's traumatic early life experience slowly comes into focus. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
. Hushed references and whispered gossip might make it sound like a snuff movie, a sado-masochistic tableau, or a scandalous exploration of taboos. It is none of these
Reviewed 3 years days ago
. No, this is a snuff film. 8mm got nothing on this movie. If you like sick movies with torture then buy it on line.