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Year of Release: 2017 | Type of the Movie: Action | Size of the Movie: 1.4 GB | Quality: BRRip | Film Director: Jeremy Gillespie, Steven Kostanski | Lenght: 90 min | Language: English | Resolution: 720p
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From the slow build in Act One where the audience is introduced to the principal characters. To the sequel promising final 30 seconds, ‘The Void’ is a movie that presents. Gillespie and Kostanski have given the audience well thought out characters. Poole shines as police officer Daniel Carter. He plays with a ruined man trying his best to keep his sanity as well as other characters safe. As Carter is made to face hellish demons and cultists in the hospital setting that is claustrophobic through jarring vision and clever flashbacks, the crowd follows.
Kathleen Munroe also steals every scene she is in as Allison Fraser. Fractured relationship and her stabbing past with Carter supply a rich tapestry striving into the complete narrative. She is a character you can’t help but root for and despite having some of the more stabbing scenes in the film. There's not any doubt in her character’s motivations and moreover, you care about her.
The deserted hospital setting is just as significant to the film as the monsters and terrifying soundtrack. With the characters compelled to remain there, it’s more than a place. It was a clever choice by Gillespie and Kostanski to keep the action in a place that is fixed. Played a Silent Hill game will feel right at home with the setting.
Aside from a brilliant and haunting soundtrack, a group of really gifted actors and tightly written script, it’s the makeup that really shines. Without giving any spoilers away, the choice of using normal and cosmetics impressions is a breath of fresh air. CGI heavy horror movies are so trivial it’s always a pleasant change of pace to find out monsters made up from scratch. Comparisons to Clive Barker’s Hellraiser are clear and while the film is gore-hefty, at no point does it feel gratuitous.
Should you want H.P Lovecraft, John Carpenters The Thing or Clive Barker’s Hellraiser. The Void’ is the film for you personally. That'll remain with you, should you like haunting soundtracks. This is the film for you. Should you adore films that don’t tie everything up neatly in the end, then ‘The Void’ is for you personally. It may be too early to call the Best Horror of 2017 but ‘The Void’ is definitely a contender for the title.
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