The Incite Mill

The Incite Mill

Ten people gather together at a complex named “Ankikan” after hearing of a short term job paying 112,000 Yen ($1,236 USD) per hour. The ten people are informed that they will be monitored 24 hours a day for 7 days straight in a psychological experiment. They are then sent to individual rooms with a different weapon located in each room. Once they are locked in they learn the rules of the psychological experiment. 1.) Each person must return to their room by 10 PM. 2.) At the end of 7 days or when there are only two surviving members left alive the experiment will end. The next day a person is found shot to death. Now, what looked like a dream job will turn into a nightmare ...

Ten people who agree to take the same lucrative "job" find themselves locked in an underground complex and forced to play a murder game for seven days. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Luke D (nl) wrote: Shocking film not shore why it has such good ratings just not my type of film.

Dave J (ag) wrote: It does NOT tell the 'story' of black metal. In fact it mostly skips over its birth and growth throughout the 1980s. Regardless, this is more about the 1990s Norway scene and some of the major characters at that point. This particular group lead some sad lives away from the music and that is the focus. There is some history of the metal scene as well, but it did not seem the priority.

Sarah L (jp) wrote: Fantastic film about the suffrage movement!! Hilary Swank and Frances O'Connor were amazing as the lead roles.

Stephen B (de) wrote: Average but fun......but the soundtrack ~?~?~?

Janika Maria B (jp) wrote: Don't hardly think so.

Noah S (br) wrote: It is no Big Lebowski, but Fargo has very funny and very violent parts that really impress.

Mohammed A (au) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Dylan D (nl) wrote: Kidnapping Mr. Heineken won't shake up the kidnapping genre, but it's a decent little time waster that sports a handful of solid performances but a relatively flat arc and an absence of rooting interest in any of the characters or their plights. The movie feels detached and empty, not lacking pure story cohesion and flow but rather a reason to care beyond seeing how it ultimately plays out. When a movie's best asset can be enjoyed merely by fast-forwarding to the end, that's not a good sign.