Gez Medinger & Robin Schmidt
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About the Film
Five young people wake up on a dark beach and take refuge in an abandoned house. Caught in their own private hell, they must battle strange creatures, painful memories and themselves if they are ever to see hope of a second chance.
"Hell is other people"
AfterDeath- is an intelligent existential twist on a Horror film. Relying less on "Jump Scares" it packs a more psychological punch.
5 people wake up in the middle of nowhere realizing that they are unable leave - and that this is all some sort of punishment for the lives they have lead. At first it seems like not much of a punishment- but when 5 "bad" people are trapped together BAD things start to happen. The cast is talented, pretty and fun to look at, but it is the ugliness of their actions that keeps you watching.
I found myself still thinking about some of the questions brought up in the film, days after.
Really smart sci-fi/horror film
I wasn't sure what to expect with this but a friend told me about it and I was surprised how good it was.
The story was good and really drew you in, the actors were all totally convincing and it was scary in places too.
I wouldn't say that it's a normal horror movie though, it's a bit more thoughtful than that - raises lots of questions, but in a good way. Almost more like a sci-fi feel in the way it creates a fantasy world to ask big questions about life, death and how we live.
Definitely worth watching
I liked this film for a number of reasons. Firstly the plot was different, dark and entertaining. It was one of those films that you think about the next couple of days after seeing and you could interpret in different ways.
The film appealed to my dark sense of humour (would have liked some more dark jokes). It felt like it had a decent budget, decent effects which help you immerse in the film.
Definitely worth watching, some good acting, story flow and plot are strong, very entertaining.