An uninhabited island lies across a fishermen's cove on the south of Chile. Manuel Ribera arrives at its shores one evening aboard a precarious boat; he is here to claim this territory as ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Manuel de Ribera
In front of a lost cove at the south of Chile, there's an inhabited island.
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Kerri L (au) wrote: Really interesting to learn about California wine making its appearance on the world stage. Now where's my bottle opener?
LOL L (fr) wrote: Not exactly sure what to think of this film. It's creepy, and sadly touching. I got confused though. Is this a drama, or a horror? It had such a touching side story besides for the damn creature the love and passion was at a level beyond horror genres. I'm not sure what to think. So I recommend you confused ones to watch it.
Alex C (kr) wrote: Worse first eight minutes of a movie ever. How do you expect the audience to feel any tension after that?
Dathathreya K (fr) wrote: Twisted tails, ideal ending, enjoyable.
Justin A (de) wrote: With the third and fourth installment I complained about the overexposure of Pinhead, the box, and the reliance on exploring information that was better to enhance a simpler story. Well, my complaints were somewhat answered with a boring-as-fuck crime drama that is supposed to follow a mystery I could barely keep up with because I was so bored I found myself paying more attention to the paint drying on the wall than the key plot points. It is stylish at times and had potential, but the serious lack of cenobites and gore really took this movie down. This is like the opposite end of the spectrum. It's like they knew what was wrong with parts 3 and 4 so they went the other direction, only they went too far. I can't recommend it because it's just so boring. No idea who it appeals to. Marketed for Hellraiser fans, obviously, but it is so different than anything else we've seen in the series so far. Even the one in space was at least similar in the themes. This was just a mystery I had no interest in solving.
Jessica H (it) wrote: A little less traumatic than the first film, but it's basically the same film.