A horror movie review
I took a chance on this movie. I had nothing to do, one Saturday evening, and wanted a movie I'd no prior knowledge of. On Netflix, I knew I was taking a chance, but I had time to spare. Did I regret it? This is my review of Gehenna.
“Only one can live.”
I don’t know if it’s karma, come up-in’s or something by another name, but Gehenna: Where Death Lives is a movie that’s... not all that special, but has an interesting ending.
A company, looking to set up a resort in Saipan, come across a bunker only the natives know of. When they enter, they stumble across a number of bodies, their deaths a mystery. After becoming trapped, each one slowly succumbs to hallucinations. Any more than that and I'm telling the story.
So the acting isn’t very good, and the story is a bit off, but I have to admit that I liked the ending. It’s one of those movies that conundrum creepy. It’s even a bit predictable- I pretty much knew what was coming without without ever reading the summary of the movie. But it’s worth the watch, just for a character's ending. It’s entertaining and that’s why, if I had to rate Gehenna, I’d give it a 3.75? LOL
It’s on Netflix and about an hour and forty six minutes long. Check it out while I move on. Cheers!
Gehenna: Where Death Lives
An Uncork'd Entertainment Film
Directed by Hiroshi Katagiri
Produced by Hiroshi Katagiri and Koodae Kim
Starred Katherine Taylor, Patrick Gorman, Simon Phillips, Sean Sprawling, Lance Henriksen and Justin Gordon
Released October 31, 2016
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