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Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness is a yearly series of horror movie reviews produced by Cinemassacre Productions and airing around the month of October. This series is hosted by James Rolfe. This is episode 18 of Monster Madness “Around the World!”
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Interesting. I’ll have to look this one up.
This movie looks awesome!
Silent Hill music!
LETS GOOO (Argentine here) I left a comment on a earlier episode requesting a horror movie from Argentina and wow i couldn’t be happier with the movie you’ve shown me this looks amazing! Can’t wait to see this one I love your work James your the best!
Don’t cry for me Argentina!
aw yeah! i asked and james delivered! and got th movie i was thinking!
I must seen this one. Our hermanos know how to make a good movie.
I watched this on shudder in 2018 and it’s still one of the best.
Wow, this looks amazing. Thanks for the recommend.
I love how unsettling Silent Hill 2’s Promise (Reprise) can make everything.
This is my number 1 recommendation to someone looking to just get lost in a flick that doesn’t care about your feelings and hits you with full force..Don’t be swayed by others with similar titles..this thing is a beast!
Yes, this is a really creepy movie, glad you enjoyed it !
This is one of the best horrors I’ve seen in awhile that’s actually scary. The irony is that I wish you didn’t say too much about it, yet if you didn’t say something, many people wouldn’t know that they should probably check it out. I believe a sequel is in the works.
Hey, violence angainst children is a line you should not cross without a trigger warning. I know I should be aware that monster madness is about horror and gore but you are a father yourself. This bus-scene is really haunting me now.
Glad I didn’t watch this review before bed. Spooky scary!
this movie is fucking awesome, one of the best in recent times.
Any one know how to change your pfp
I’m from Argentina but had no idea about this movie, so thanks for showcasing it. Tbh if any argentine movie was going to make it here I would have expected one of the “Plaga Zombie” movies, think the first Evil Dead but lower budget. Or the bizarre af “Sudor Frio”. I sure was ‘t expecting something that took itself seriously, let alone be able to live up to it.
VAMO VAMOO ARGENTINAAA
Nunca había escuchado de esta película, muchas gracias James.
This raises an interesting question: After all of this time, why hasn’t James covered the Silent Hill series?
I don’t mind foreign films but a lot of times the dub track is terrible, and I have a hard time reading the subtitles and paying attention to whats going on
This movie was really good! Thanks James!
I’m from Argentina, so it’s really cool to listen to James talk about this! I would have love if you talked a little more about Argentina’s cinema history like you sometimes do about other countries.
Random question: sometimes I can’t change the video quality. Is that some kind of error or is it intentional?
Keep up the good work, James!
What clip is that movie from of the boy screaming to a monster man who’s jaw is stretching when James saids “while western movies are screaming their heads off” in the time 2:50 minutes?
You are knocking it out of the park this year. Love the “around the world” theme. Great opportunity to show us some recommendations we might never have heard about.
Taylor the clip you are talking about comes from Wes Craven’s New Nightmare. Imagine if Freddy Kruger no longer was a movie character but became a real monster.
It looks great but jumpscares are a huge no for me
Saw the movie after the watching the review and is fucking awesome, great recommendation
Seems like a pretty cool movie. Of course there’s going to be a kid with a fútbol balloon on a latin american movie. I love how grlunded the movie is aside from those strange levitations
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