(2011/One 7 Movies DVD)
B- Sound: B- Extras: C Film: C+
a creepy foreign alien thriller with an effective narrative with some
pretty impressive special effects. Now I'm a pretty big fan of
sci-fi and have seen lots of terrible alien films over the years and
judging by the cover, thought I was in for another doozy. But this
film actually brings up some interesting theories on
extraterrestrials and crafts a pretty creepy thriller along the way
that feels pretty original. Despite its low budget, Varo Venturi's
will give you the creeps and make you stop and think.
Piso, a brave scientist, has been studying for years the worrying
phenomenon of alien abductions through an innovative technique of
hypnosis used to help trigger recessed memories. Enter the young and
beautiful Saturnia who comes along and everything starts to change
once he hypnotizes her. Saturnia will not leave the trance condition
anymore, giving place to Hexabor of Ur - an entity coming from
ancient Mesopotamian breeds - that states to be the first of his race
that can totally ''inhabit'' a human body, and is now ready to lead
the final invasion, to which the mankind was genetically prepared.
discovery that Saturnia's parents belongs to black aristocracy, and
would like to have back their daughter but with the entity inside,
will push the scientist to hold the girl, constantly sedating her, in
the attempt to gain time and find a solution.
in standard definition with an anamorphic widescreen aspect ratio of
2.35:1 and a lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 track. The film looks fine for
DVD, but I wouldn't mind seeing it again on a potential Blu-ray.
Extras include a Trailer and Documentary entitled ''Sci-Real''.
would suggest this film to fans of The
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