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The movie starts and i then realize it's another POV film and I lose all hope, but then the story begins to develop and i'm intrigued. The movie focuses on a couple of young Americans on their way to Tel Aviv, but make a last minute change to their plans and head to Jerusalem instead. While in Jerusalem they start to encounter weird things, including a "crazy" man named David who warns them to leave the city before Yom Kippur.…
This German thriller doesn't hold back with its twisted premise about a serial killer who murders little boys. The film is a cat and mouse game between the killer and a small town cop sent to the big city to try and solve the crime. It's a bit Silence of the Lambs and a bit Seven. Evil is explored not just through the acts of the killer but is then connected back to the detective and his family. This is…
FINALLY got to see this today and can't believe i waited this long. This one will definitely need a second viewing, but I recommend everyone horror fan see this at once. Don't let the description of the film mislead you, it sounds like a very simple straightforward film but there's a lot more going on than just senseless violence and gore. A must watch.
Everything I read leading up to this led me to believe i would love this film. I liked it, but I also feel like I missed something. As everyone mentions, it's a visually stunning movie and the story is intriguing, but I never got the wow factor. Maybe it requires a second viewing, maybe i need to pay closer attention or maybe I just couldn't wrap my primitive mind around it and I need to give up and go watch Adam Sandler movies instead.