Scott G. Anderson
When David and Amy Fox's car breaks down in the middle of nowhere, they are froced to stay at the on... read morely motel around, with only the TV to entertain them... until they discover that the low-budget slasher movies they're watching were all filmed in the very room they're sitting in. With hidden cameras now aimed at them, trapping them in rooms, crawlspaces, underground tunnels, and filming their every move, David and Amy must struggle to get out alive before whomever is watching them can finish their latest masterpiece.
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 7 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 17 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 13 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 is a surveillance specialist-what used to be known as a "private eye"-but his version of ... read morethe profession is hardly the stuff of which legends are made. He has a modest, home-based practice in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where he lives an existence remarkable only for its normalcy with wife Amy and baby daughter, Cindy. Respected but still waiting for a big break that will improve his professional status, Welles spends most of his time on routine cases involving unfaithful spouses and the like. Nothing too dangerous, nor too threatening... until a small, innocuous-looking plastic reel of film turns Welles' life upside down, sending him down a sordid and terrifying path into society's darkest corners. From the lurid sidewalks of L.A.'s Hollywood Boulevard to the squalor of New York City's meat-packing district, Eight Millimeter follows Welles as he relentlessly pursues a bizarre trail of graphic and disturbing evidence to determine the fate of a complete stranger-a girl who begins to haunt his imagination and conscience. Aided in his obsession by a streetwise adult bookstore clerk, Max (Joaquin Phoenix), Welles drifts away from his wife, family and former life. What Welles learns is beyond his worst nightmares, as he comes to realize how deadly a small reel of eight millimeter film can be.
Nicolas Cage investigates the making of a snuff film, to find out if its real or not. A disturbing movie.
Reviewed 10 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.
Tells the story of Anna, once a missing little girl, found wandering a year later on a country road ... read morevirtually catatonic after suffering some sort of physical abuse. She grows into a comely young woman, but she's got serious issues. She also has a close friend, Lucie, who she ultimately calls after she finds herself in an unusual house in the middle of the forest. There's something very disturbing about the Bauhaus-esque home, something Anna can't quite put her finger on.
. 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.