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The Belko Experiment is a movie starring John Gallagher Jr., Tony Goldwyn, and Adria Arjona. In a twisted social experiment, eighty Americans are locked in their high-rise corporate office in Bogotá, Colombia, and ordered by an...

Horror, Thriller
Greg McLean
John Gallagher Jr., Adria Arjona, John C. McGinley, Tony Goldwyn

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Horror, Thriller
Director Greg McLean
Writer James Gunn
Stars John Gallagher Jr., Adria Arjona, John C. McGinley, Tony Goldwyn
Country USA
Also Known As Das Belko-Experiment, Dia De Trabalho Mortal, Belko Deneyi, Belko eksperiment, Das Belko Experiment, サラリーマン バトル・ロワイアル, The Belko Experiment: Chi sopravviverà?, O Experimento Belko, Το Πείραμα της Κολομβίας, A Experiência Belko
Runtime 1 h 29 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 In a twisted social experiment, eighty Americans are locked in their high-rise corporate office in Bogotá, Colombia, and ordered by an unknown voice coming from the company's intercom system to participate in a deadly game of kill or be killed.

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Friday, 12 Jun 2020 14:07

How do you explain a movie called "The Belko Experiment" that is as shocking as it is horrifying? I'll tell you, don't. Because it isn't a movie. It's a fever dream. It's an elaborate play on the common question of what happens when a vampiric killer attacks a high school? The answer: it's not really a movie. It's an entirely original play on the situation. "The Belko Experiment" is a college science fiction drama, which explores the character's conception of the idea of a monster or "bio-monster". A bio-monster is one that has the power to create, kill, and live. The monster could be an evil spirit, the same as a vampire or werewolf, or even a virus. The monster could be a monster that's in the human's body, which has grown so large that it requires human blood. The story is set in a college, where the students (as in "Alien" or "The X-Files") get high-powered cybernetic implants that allow them to control a computer. At the same time, these implants are being used by the head of the college, a psychiatrist, to explore the minds of students who have gone missing. This leads to a number of strange occurrences, including a suicide, a video of a monster, and the discovery of an online bio-monster that looks just like the monster from the movie. Although the professor tries to take a stand against the monster, he is unknowingly working for it. The story is quite suspenseful and shows what the real world is like for students in the colleges. It is certainly not a horror film. The character's personalities are completely in character. Although it does give the story some laughs, it doesn't have a lot of laugh-out-loud moments. The movie is quite scary, but in a slightly off-kilter way. The students themselves do not seem to be in any danger. The scene in the movie where the professor starts to talk about the monsters coming from the internet is funny, but when the teacher starts to get afraid, it gets very dark. The professor seems to be having fun with the whole situation. The professor is trying to show the students that it's okay to say no to a monster. "The Belko Experiment" is not a movie to watch when you're bored or you're upset. It's a movie that you have to pay attention to. It's not a movie to watch if you have a sensitive heart. However, if you like scary movies or if you want to have a good laugh, "The Belko Experiment" is definitely a movie to watch.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 06:40

A twist on the vampire story, where the villain (a terrifying and terrifyingly cool makeup job by the now great, future 80s artist John L. Smith) is killed off and the story is then set back to the beginning. This starts out like an all out slaughterfest, but really is nothing more than a story that has been picked up again and again by other writers. At first, it looks as if we're going to be watching a bunch of vampires, but instead it's a creepy nightmare-comedy with a little slice of schlock. Like I said, this film starts out like a thriller and then a horror, and it has some genuinely scary moments. A lot of the scary moments come from a couple of the lesser known actors who I had seen in other films before (like the great Liam Neeson) and I couldn't have imagined them in this film. On top of that, this film features an amazingly creepy performance by a young David Carradine as the 'bad guy'. It's really difficult to make a film like this sound bad, but Carradine does a really good job. The other actors I mentioned earlier were just okay, but were pretty much only in the film for the final part. While I don't think I can recommend this film highly enough, I do think it's worth a look. I really do like the look of this film, and it has some genuinely creepy moments. I think it would have been really great if they had made this film more modern, because it is so in your face that you can't help but notice how much more entertaining it is in comparison. But then again, modern horror films are usually just worse. So if you're into the 80s slasher movies, this is a good one to see.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 23:26

The Belko Experiment is definitely one of the better examples of "American horror" of the 1980s, in my opinion. The setting is in a creepy rural area. There is no modern day society around the Belko Experiment, just some old, isolated buildings, with just a few people and some creepy things. One of the most obvious similarities to A Nightmare on Elm Street and The Shining is that the Belko Experiment is run by an insane doctor, who is played by Boris Karloff. This film is, by far, the best out of the eight of the "American Horror" series. It's not a perfect film, but it has some of the best acting of the series. The story has the hero, Max, searching for the last book, which he was told was a key to the future, but was really just a piece of paper, but it was important for the future. The plot is extremely disjointed, and so many scenes have no connection to each other. The movie does have one scene which shows some of the mental instability of Max, and the reason he had to go through this trip. But it's not something that really needs to be mentioned in the film. Max, like the other characters in this movie, is a bit of a jerk, but not that much. But he is also kind of a good guy. The movie takes a little while to get started, but once the plot gets going, it is actually quite creepy. I must say, there are some very clever horror film tricks that this movie uses, that you will not see in many other horror films. I have never seen so many bloody scenes in a horror film, and it is certainly one of the most disturbing films ever made. The Belko Experiment, in my opinion, is one of the best examples of what horror should be. The acting, the writing, the cinematography, and the director's style of shooting are all great, and the film has some of the best action sequences of the 1980s.
Friday, 10 Apr 2020 11:36

The Belko Experiment is the story of two sisters, Laura and Francesca. Francesca is a little girl with a promising future in a prominent art gallery, Laura has her own ideas of what art is and what she believes is art. The girls are in the same class and have a mutual interest in art, but the reason why they are in this class is to do an experiment. It seems that Laura wants to take a class with another classmate, who is more talented than she is, because she is into that sort of art. However, they have to wait for a special class, which takes place in a warehouse, because that's the only place where it's okay for the girls to test their mettle in a competition against each other. If they fail, they'll all be sent to a special house for the last month. When the girls get there, they find that it's not really a home, but a large warehouse full of secrets and a lot of other stuff. Now what happens next? It's an interesting film, with some very creative ideas and some very dark scenes. It's not just a normal haunted house, but a film that tries to be a horror movie, with a twist. If you like "Black Christmas", you'll like this one. My favourite scene is the bathroom scene, where Francesca is topless and getting possessed by a ghost. The music is very well done and very fitting to the scenes. The film is also very stylish, with some clever camera tricks, and some great use of lighting and camera movement. The film is very funny, especially the end, which is one of the most amusing scenes of all. It's an original film, which is worth watching. It's a great film, but the ending is one of the best endings in a horror movie I've ever seen.

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