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Interesante premisa y desarrollo, pero previsible a media pelicula se sabia quien era el villano. No estuvo mal.
a 2 jump horror thriller
Wonderful, tense drama of three strangers stuck in an elevator, where one is a psychotic killer. The acting is superb, and the tensions run high. Excellent movie using flashbacks to tell the story of each character leading up to being stuck in the elevator. Great characters.
Nothing special or scary about this movie....
Just an empty shell of a movie.......a little movie that wished it were more.
watchable..but not that much horror
Almost the same as Devil, so just for that, it fails. It was just a bit more fucked up in some places... that guy, wtf. He cuts up this woman in a pretty pattern, rubs salt on himself and fucks her paralysed body. Whoever thought of that was just plain fucked in the head.
But other than finding out how each person is messed up, I was pretty much bored.
This film is a blackout.
i just wanna know what happen next inside the lift, what they did, and what is the flashback , but i found it disappointing to see the ending was not climax. i wish Armie's girlfriend found out what is the truth.... it seems not fair....
sometimes life is never fair.
the plot was so slow,.. it could be more interesting actually
A decent little thriller, Black Out concerns a trio of individuals who are stuck in an elevator. Of course, one of them is a serial killer who brutally slaughters young women. Well-acted and somewhat stylish, Black-Out is competently made but just doesn't quite deliver on the tension needed to really sustain such a film.