Dread

Dread

           Dread
               Genre: Horror
               Interview, Student, fear, film in film
  Clive Barker’s Dread is touted as the best film adaptation of a work of horror master since Hellraiser. And that’s true. For, like his fellow author Stephen King film adaptations Barker suffered most under low budgets, lousy implementation and lack of vision. Take only the three times they come back movies. Based on a short story by King, pressed a resourceful producers middlings and two lousy films from the few pages. For Barker, it behaved similarly for years. With Dread there is finally a film properly. While Dread is also based on a short story, but you notice about the film that he was done with imagination and passion. And he is really hard. Strung minds should just make the last half hour of a bow. Stephen attended college film class. He makes the acquaintance with the somewhat eerie Quaid, who deals with the subject spend fear. Since Stephen still has no theme for his final project, Quaid proposes to explore together the fear of man. Stephen has no better idea anyway, and says to. Together with Stephens editor and secret sweetheart Cheryl, so we interviewed several students in front of the camera to their primal fears. Everything is going well, until Quaid always go further and will cross boundaries, the Stephen and Cheryl are not willing to transgress. But Quaid forces them to do … What is like to dread that the characters are tangible. There are no Hollywood beauties, but “normal” people who find themselves in a nightmare. The film devotes much time to present his characters to explore it and examine. Shock effects and blood are used only occasionally attracted the screws slowly but consistently. If it breaks out of the terror of his protagonists, there is no stopping them. As with most works of Barker is here again exceeded the disgust and Unwohlseingrenze. However, never striking, but effective and unstoppable. This is nothing for everyone is clear, but you can be one on this trip into the dark psyche of a broken man, you will experience one of the best horror films of the young 2010. (Renatus Töpke)
  Title: Dread Country of production: United Kingdom Production year: 2009 Length: 90 (Min.) Published at: ( #) Sunfilm Entertainment format: 16:9 tone / language: Dolby Digital 5.1, German, English EAN: 4041658223508 Extras: Interviews , Making Of, Trailer

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