Evil Dead Trap
Nami hosts a late night home video program. She receives a tape which appears to be a real snuff film. She and her crew investigate the location where she meets a man looking for his brother who warns her to stay away. As she gets closer to the truth, she and her friends are subjected to a brutal nightmare.
- Stars:Miyuki Ono, Aya Katsuragi, Hitomi Kobayashi, Eriko Nakagawa, Masahiko Abe, Hiroshi Shimizu, Kyôko Hashimoto, Yûko Maehara, Yûko Suwano, Mari Shimizu, Noboru Mitani, Terumi Niki, Shinsuke Shimada, Yûji Honma,
- Director:Toshiharu Ikeda,
- Writer:Takashi Ishii
A TV station employee takes a camera crew out to an abandoned factory to investigate a purported snuff film that was made there, only to end up running for her life when a small, fetus-like creature murders her crew. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Evil Dead Trap torrent reviews
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(mx) wrote: Yasmin's final movie release in Malaysia. Yes, this is another movie that broke the Malaysian movie taboo, this time going deep into religion. I don;t want to reveal much here but trust me, it's worth to watch (What Yasmin movie isnt?). However, somehow I felt that this movie is abit of a rushed production, it lacked the killer element of making people wanting to see it over and over again. But still the storyline is deep and FRESH. I would watch this movie more than once.
(ru) wrote: A heart warming inspirational story about a man's love of learning and the power of education.
(ag) wrote: I never caught this back when it was first aired on BBC but I saw the DVD and just had to grab it. It doesn't quite have the same emotional impact that the book had, but good all the same
(kr) wrote: funny, full of interesting tricks...
(fr) wrote: never seen this but want to
(gb) wrote: This film is goddamn amazing.
(mx) wrote: One of the best depictions of the Hollywood Blacklist era from the point of view of one of its greatest artists and victims.