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La región salvaje is a movie starring Ruth Ramos, Simone Bucio, and Jesús Meza. A couple in a troubled marriage locate a meteorite, initiating an encounter with a mysterious creature. Their lives are turned upside down by the...

Genres
Thriller, Horror, Drama, Sci-Fi
Director
Amat Escalante
Starring
Eden Villavicencio, Simone Bucio, Jesús Meza, Ruth Ramos

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Genres Thriller, Horror, Drama, Sci-Fi
Director Amat Escalante
Writer Amat Escalante, Gibrán Portela
Stars Eden Villavicencio, Simone Bucio, Jesús Meza, Ruth Ramos
Country Switzerland, Mexico, France, Norway, Germany, Denmark
Also Known As The Untamed, A Região Selvagem, Yabani, Det främmande, La région sauvage, Nieoswojeni, Det fremmede, 触手
Runtime 1 h 38 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Alejandra is a young mother who works her in-laws' candy factory and raises her two children, along with her husband Ángel, in a small city in Mexico. She has an unhappy marriage. Her brother Fabián is a nurse at a local hospital and lover of her husband. Their provincial lives are altered with the arrival of Veronica who becomes Fabian's girlfriend. Sex and love are fragile in certain regions where family values exist, and where hypocrisy, homophobia, and machismo are strong. Veronica convinces them that in the nearby forest, in an isolated hut, there is something mysterious that is the answer to all their problems. It is something which they can not resist its power.

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Wednesday, 20 May 2020 17:13

POSSIBLE SPOILERS The film opens with a shot of a pterodactyl skeleton; but that is not the first glimpse of the monster that the audience will get. It is a prehistoric beast that roams the ocean floor and is sometimes discovered floating on the water surface. There is a constant sense of menace about it, something that seems to be a symbiotic relationship between the two creatures, as the skeletons are connected to each other by a mysterious force. One of the skeleton's tendrils (or tendrils of tentacles) attaches itself to the arm of the skeleton that is being observed; and this, in turn, causes the arm to grow larger and heavier, making it look like a mechanical arm. Soon, the creature begins to attack the crew, one by one, in a never-ending series of attacks. Although it is clear that the creature is a great threat to the human race, the crew tries to stay out of the way, with the exception of one (and only) girl, who goes on a bizarre rampage, screaming in a trance. The film is very creepy and foreboding, especially the opening sequence, and the characters all play a significant part in the plot. However, what is truly great about this movie is that it has a very real, real horror element, and that the director is able to capture this, while still creating a realistic and enjoyable environment for the audience to enjoy. The sound design is truly excellent, and the film takes place in an industrial zone, which makes it a really unique and unusual setting. There is also some interesting subplots, such as the female lead's (Gianna Rubino) obsession with a mechanical arm. Although it is a little bit slow at times, this is a very interesting, chilling film that, despite being a little bit long, is worth seeing. And although I would never classify it as a horror film, it has that creepy feel to it, and the monsters, the creatures, and the music are really eerie and chilling.
Thursday, 07 May 2020 03:24

After a devastating earthquake, the residents of the Mexican city of Querétaro (itself suffering from an energy crisis caused by a solar storm) are plagued by terrifying hallucinations, but in spite of this, the residents are beginning to find their way back to normality. What was meant to be a two-and-a-half hour long special effects-laden event has been turned into a short film, with the characters being separated from the rest of the story, and given a central role in the story. This means that it's easy to overlook the oddities and flaws that have crept into the script, and that's what I did. As an audience, we have to keep in mind that the film is not really a horror film. It's more of a psychological drama, and it's not meant to be taken seriously. As such, it's easy to overlook the flaws. There's a lot of exposition, and a lot of repetition, but it doesn't matter. The story is well told, and while it doesn't have much in the way of special effects, the effects do work. The visuals are the best part of the film, and they're beautifully done. The ending, while not as grand as the ones in Alien or The Ring, is still quite interesting, and it's a definite departure from the typical ending that has become common in this type of film. The acting in the film is rather good. It's not that they are particularly good actors, but they do a good job of portraying the characters they're given. The main characters, (both male and female) are given proper attention, and we are able to see them as humans rather than monsters. The other characters are given a more fleshed out role, and while they don't have as much screen time as the main characters, they still have their own parts. The plot is pretty straight forward, and while it's not very original, it's a good way to tell the story. There are some things that could have been explained better, and I believe that there was a good amount of potential in the film, but this isn't what it was meant to be. While it has its flaws, The Sixth Sense is an interesting and interesting film. It's worth seeing, but it's not one I'd go out of my way to see.


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