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Plot: Shortly after delivering a patient to an understaffed hospital, a police officer experiences strange and violent occurrences seemingly linked to a group of mysterious hooded figures. Runtime: 90 mins Release Date: 07 Apr 2017
The less you know, the better. Just go watch it. (by krogchoi-69376)
I saw this movie at the Festival du film Fantastique Gerardmer, France . We were watching 6 movies per day for 3 days in a row, "The Void" was the last movie we were going to see for the day and I had absolutely no idea what it was about. In fact I thought it was a sci-fi movie when we stepped into the theater, and boy am I glad we did not know more ; we were in for quite a ride.If you plan on watching the movie, I strongly advise you to stop reading/watching any type of review, teaser, trailer or any form of info about it. Not that I am going to spoil anything here, but I believe <more>
this movie is enjoyed much better if you know absolutely nothing about it. If you've seen the poster you already know too much. OK you might be wondering "What if I don't like the genre ? I want to know what this is about !". It's true that this movie is not for everyone, and I can understand that some people will strongly dislike it. Well, just know that if you appreciate the kind of movies John Carpenter was delivering in the 80's, this is for you. Now go !Personnaly, I absolutely loved The Void, it has been a very long time since I felt so much tension while watching a film. The buildup is very well done. This is no "jump in your seat" crap. It is the kind of movie that makes you hold your breath and make your blood pressure go up, the kind that makes you feel like you are in a nightmare. The Void will get the same kind of cult status as movies like Event Horizon or In the Mouth of Madness did.
Haven't seen anything with this horror quality in a long while. For me it is somewhere between first phantasm and the first hellraiser.Nothing gets overly explained which adds to the experience Some heroics but no gung-ho bs comebacks. Well done gore and gfx, great atmosphere and lighting and sound. Its so not over the top that it hits a believable mark that gives it a very creepy vibe.Although I would like to know more in detail about the symbols, rituals, history.. blah blah and blah.... It didn't matter. I really enjoyed it. Check it out if you like horror.Regards,Mac
IMDb rating is just insulting. (by sdryweri)
This is way better than I expected. Just watched this out randomly because it was mentioned on some list expecting some b or lower level trash. I was wrong.NO SPOILERS: Storyline goes pretty much like John Carpenter's and Clive Barker's best work mashed together and perhaps Fulci style surrealism blended in imo Like assault to precinct 13+The Thing+Hellraiser with some Cthulhu references. The Void does not quite get to the level of those masterpieces mentioned but effort is there. Just learned this was crowd funded project so whatever money they got, they used it well. Acting was <more>
acceptable, all the technical stuff professionally made and oh boy the effects: All the practical fx and monsters were truly disturbing and cgi was only used when needed.Even though apparently small budget slightly shines through all the effort, it kinds of adds to it. Like some random flick that you picked up from video rental place randomly that appeared to be good instead of random b shlock. Anyhow, every film student should watch this that it is possible to make decent movie without billion dollar budget. Guess low rating is from people who don't know how proper horror movie should end.Solid 3 out of 5 plus 1 for effort and 10 out of 10 for IMDb to make things right. Check it out.
The premise of this movie at first feels like a simple creature feature. It's standard horror fare set in a hospital, but this movie goes a little higher concept in its aspirations. There is a lot here just below the surface. The creature effects were some of the best I've ever seen which is unsurprising when you find out that the two directors were respectively a makeup artist and an art director for many years before. All the effects look like they were done practically and if there is any cgi it's unnoticed except for one unfortunate green screen scene. The action was explosive <more>
and cathartic in nature. Mostly this film just gives a sense of dread, a sense of insignificance. It doesn't feel like there is any way that these people will survive what is being thrown at them. I'd call it the best Doom movie we will ever get because it does give a good sense of what our collective imaginations have decided hell is like. The triangles and the cult aspect were also welcome additions and the aesthetics it adds subtly changes your reaction to the film in a way I would not have expected. This was one of the best theater horror experiences I've ever had and one of the best modern horror movies I've seen.
I'm floored by the poor reception this movie got. It's a loving throwback to horror classics with modern polish, clearly influenced by HP Lovecraft and body horror classics like Hellraiser and The Thing. If you like "classic" horror - i.e., horror before CGI and jump scares replaced practical effects and slow dread - you owe it to yourself to watch this movie.It does drag a little bit at the end, but the opening and middle are fantastic. I would have given this movie a 10/10 if the denouement had been done more efficiently. But honestly, it's very watchable right up to <more>
the credits.This movie has some of the best damn body horror I have EVER seen, period. I don't know how much of it was accomplished by practical effects, but it does seem like a lot. The acting is mostly good, and the pacing, while slower than most modern horror movies, is brisk enough that I didn't get bored. I really wish horror movies like this were still getting made.
weird but it does have it all, a gem (by trashgang)
I stepped into this flick without knowing what it was all about so it was a big surprise that I found this one a gem. Can I say something negative about The Void, well, no. Maybe for some the story will be a void because it's all about weird things, supernatural stuff, I don't know what to say but pick it up without hesitation.If you are a newbee into the genre this is going to be a hell of a ride because nowadays with all those rather low on gore flicks this will get you. For the old school geeks this is a must. I can't say a thing about the story because I would spoil it. And <more>
even if I would I couldn't say what's it all about. It's somewhere between Hellraiser 1987 and The Thing 1982 . And all the effects are on-camera, no use of CGI. It's messy, it's weird and it has a lot of gore inside. By all means, this is just a throwback to old school horror. Long time ago I've seen such a joy for the eye. Masterpiece.Gore 3/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 4/5 Story 3/5 Comedy 0/5
A remarkable throwback creature feature (by fox_davidson)
I attended a screening of The Void at the Nevermore film festival in Durham, NC. It was a remarkable throwback to classic John Carpenter-style films. I hesitate to list too many details about it, since the feel of the film is very much like a nightmare that might be spoiled if you go in knowing how it turns out. I can say that the creature designs were some of the best I've seen on film in recent years. The feel of the film reminded me a great deal of Silent Hill, perhaps because it shares a lot of the same influences.My few criticisms have to do with the screenplay. The filmmakers do a <more>
good job of leaving some mystery, but there's a bit of exposition I felt like I missed that would explain why some of the people take the actions they do. Even so, that didn't detract from the film enough for me to stop enjoying it. It's a minor miracle how nice the film looks given its low budget. The production design was just outstanding. Considering how ambitious the feature is, I think missing the mark by a bit in certain areas is forgivable.
I am shocked, seen too many "80s feel" horror, or so called, which are either poorly filmed or the acting is painful.Just heard about this and thought "oh not another" but happy to say this is very good, its not going to win any Oscars for acting, the script is not Shakespeare, but what it try's to do it does well.The practical effects for the most part are great, The Thing/Hellraiser type, on a very low budget.Story is in realm of Hellraiser/Phantasm/Event Horizon, seen those? you will get my drift.Its ending does leave questions, but also left me wanting to know <more>
more, and I would happily watch a second film if they stick to this way of making them, maybe a bit more money spent but keep away from CGI.Overall I am impressed, they should be applauded for going old school and doing it well.
The unholy union of The Thing X Baskin X Silent Hill (by manuelasaez)
What do you get when you cross the creature designs of The Thing, the gruesome depravity of Baskin, and the atmosphere and aesthetics of Silent Hill? You get The Void, one of the most deliciously gory and stomach churning films of recent memory. The movie begins with a deceptively simple set-up, and gets progressively more complex as it goes on. The acting is top-notch, especially that of the supporting cast, and the soundtrack is effective and nicely implemented. The star of the show, however, are the incredibly disturbing and disgusting creature designs. It takes a truly depraved mind to <more>
create such abominations, and I enjoyed every single frame that was used to showcase each forsaken vessel of filth. It was a masterclass in practical effects, and anyone who says that the craft is dead would get a run for their money after seeing these atrocities.I have seen some pretty entertaining horror films this year, and this is certainly no exception. It was like watching a nightmare unfold in stunning clarity. Everything from the script, the acting and the SFX culminated into one of the most effective creature features I have seen in some time. Go in expecting to be impressed, and you most likely will be. I will be following this creative duo and anticipate their next feature film with bated breath.