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The Void [Blu-ray]

3.9 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Actors:  Kathleen Munroe, Kenneth Welsh Ellen Wong
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Signature Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 24 April 2017
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B01N4WDBLQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 95 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Really good movie. Weird, twisted and very dark. Horror at its best, leaves you with loads of questions and its a film you won't forget. Of this genre its the best movie since Hellraiser 1 and 2. Highly recommend!
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The plot combines a mixture of ideas and concepts from such films at "the thing", "hellraiser", and "escape from precinct 13" to name but a few. And it works. Last year the Turkish film "baskin" tried to do the same and failed miserably, this nailed it on the head.

An injured man (who happens to be on the run for one reason or another) is brought to the local hospital in the middle of no where by the local sheriff. It doesn't take too long before things start to become a little crazy. The sheriff is a little bit flakey due to a recent tragedy in his life which he shared with his estranged wife who happens to work in the hospital. One of those crazy incidents shakes him up a little so in order to get some fresh air and call for back up, he steps outside and soon realises that the hospital is surrounded by some cultists. The dangerous type with sharp knives. Which in fairness is perhaps the friendlier option compared to the walking mutations that stalk the corridors of the hospital.

Reinforcements show up with their own agenda as the small group of people are left to try and work out just what the hell is going on. All is explained throughout a descent into hell featuring plenty of symbols, tentacles, mutants and blood. It appears that someone has been dabbling in the occult.

The CGI is kept to a bare minimum whilst all the blood and creature effects are done the old school way and do look rather neat. It has the look and feel of a good old fashioned horror/creature feature from the 1980's, never a bad thing if done correctly. Cosmic horror from the other side awaits........
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Superbly directed and acted new horror with a very cool cosmic horror underbelly that is very Lovecraftian. It's refreshing for once that ALL the actors are watchable and believable, it has some fantastic FX and some good twists... the ending made me well up with emotion too for reals. A future cult classic. The filmmakers are likely ones to watch. 9/10
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Fantastic film. Unabashedly terrifying without ever trying to explain itself, and laden with gory and brilliant practical effects, this is redolent of John carpenter at his horrific best. Watch it now, you won't be disappointed.
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The Void is a visceral horror film which has a sleazy retro quality, harking back to the halcyon days of 80s video nasties. Clearly inspired by the legend John Carpenter it's almost as if Prince of Darkness, Assault on Precinct Thirteen, and The Thing were thrown into a bloody blender with this the result. This is by no means a criticism and the film still manages to hold its own despite nods to great horror films of the past.

Throwing the viewer straight into the action, it opens with a couple struggling to escape from a rundown drug den, in the middle of nowhere, with their would-be-killers hot on their heels. From there we're soon transported to the local hospital where the majority of the action takes place. After a brief introduction with the various characters (the hospital is soon to relocate hence only a skeleton staff still remain) the film quickly descends into craziness. At this point it's worth mentioning the SFX, despite being limited by a low budget the effects are pretty decent in particular the various monstrous characters we meet along the way. In fairness there were times where I hadn't a clue what was going on, but if anything this helped to maintain the nightmarish quality which The Void strives so hard for.

Although in no way is it a character-driven film, it does well in providing back stories for the key characters which prevents The Void being gratuitous for the sake of it. The cast are all pretty decent, and go about their business well.

If you're looking for an entertaining and gory horror film, you could go far worse than The Void. Those that can overlook the limitations of a small budget will find an intelligent horror flick which has more than a passing nod to 80s classics such as From Beyond et al.
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After a violent opening, the film slowly builds tension from the point Officer Daniel Carter delivers a wounded man to a rural hospital. Discovering that the building has been surrounded by cultists, he and the skeleton staff are trapped within an encroaching nightmarish, Lovecraftian hell. The villains here are driven insane by pacts made with entities older than the Christian God and this is successfully conveyed through some horrific physical effects that are reminiscent of Clive Barker and John Carpenter in their prime. Highly recommended.
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Old school horror fans will not be disappointed. Very entertaining, very well made, well worth the purchase. Love the practical special effects.
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Kind of old school horror brought up to date with lots of gore and an intriguing story. At times it reminded me of John Carpenter's "The Thing" or Brian Yuzna's "Society", and at other times is reminiscent of H.P. Lovecraft's mythos. Inventive. I liked it. Give it a whirl and see what you think.
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