Hotel Inferno

2013

Horror

Hotel Inferno (2013) download yts

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692.57 MB
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1hr 20 min
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25.000 fps
1hr 20 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Shaza123 8 / 10

Bloody Awesome

I was excited to check this out, as I had been a fan of Necrostorms previous entries (Adam Chaplin and Tater City). I finally got my copy in the mail, and wow, it was quite the scene.

We open in a taxi, through the eyes of a man named Zimosa. We will see the entire movie through his eyes, completely first person. We find out that Zimosa is a hit man, and will be working for a mysterious millionaire called Mistrandia. Zimosa is informed he'll be performing a simple job of taking out a couple that are in the hotel room next to his. Couldn't be more simple. But not everything is as it seems and Zimosa is about to have one hell of a night.

I have only seen two other movies told in first person, the Maniac remake and Enter the Void. Both of which I enjoyed. Hotel Inferno was no different, I did very much enjoy this flick. I thought the effects were outstanding, I found it very easy to become immersed in this bloody world. Because it was told in first person, and we see people being blown away, shot up and punched to death, it feels like a violent video game that you can't control. That was a fun experience. I do find pacing can be difficult with a first person movie, but I was never bored with this one.

I was surprised at how creepy and chilling this became. Most of these movies have been bloody fun, whereas because we are so immersed in this one, it's quite freaky and even scary in parts. The atmosphere really paints this out to be a nightmare of a Hotel.

The gore is excellent and excessive, as the usual with a Necrostorm project. At times, it actually looked disturbing realistic, while other times it was just bloody mayhem. Fans of Adam Chaplin and Tater City will dig the gore.

We also have our mutilated villains. There seems to be this reoccurring theme of mutating the bad guys in some way, making them ugly/deformed. It works so well in splatter films, they look so cheesy, I love the effects.

The one thing I did find distracting was Zimosa's voice. Since we never see his face, I couldn't help but think his voice sounded strange. Nevertheless, the actor did an outstanding job, especially for someone we never see. The guy playing Mistrandia though had a perfect voice. I don't know what it is about the English accent, but it works!

I do feel the ending was a little anti-climatic, as our big bad "girl" wasn't as shocking as I thought she would be. But it was memorable enough leading to a very interesting conclusion which I won't spoil here.

Fans of Taeter City and Adam Chaplin will dig this. If you love splatter gore or video games, this is for you.

Reviewed by massimo cistoli 10 / 10

I was surprised!!!

I was excited to check this out, as I had been a fan of Necrostorms previous entries (Adam Chaplin and Tater City). I finally got my copy in the mail, and wow, it was quite the scene.

We open in a taxi, through the eyes of a man named Zimosa. We will see the entire movie through his eyes, completely first person. We find out that Zimosa is a hit man, and will be working for a mysterious millionaire called Mistrandia. Zimosa is informed he'll be performing a simple job of taking out a couple that are in the hotel room next to his. Couldn't be more simple. But not everything is as it seems and Zimosa is about to have one hell of a night.

I have only seen two other movies told in first person, the Maniac remake and Enter the Void. Both of which I enjoyed. Hotel Inferno was no different, I did very much enjoy this flick. I thought the effects were outstanding, I found it very easy to become immersed in this bloody world. Because it was told in first person, and we see people being blown away, shot up and punched to death, it feels like a violent video game that you can't control. That was a fun experience. I do find pacing can be difficult with a first person movie, but I was never bored with this one.

I was surprised at how creepy and chilling this became. Most of these movies have been bloody fun, whereas because we are so immersed in this one, it's quite freaky and even scary in parts. The atmosphere really paints this out to be a nightmare of a Hotel.

The gore is excellent and excessive, as the usual with a Necrostorm project. At times, it actually looked disturbing realistic, while other times it was just bloody mayhem. Fans of Adam Chaplin and Tater City will dig the gore.

We also have our mutilated villains. There seems to be this reoccurring theme of mutating the bad guys in some way, making them ugly/deformed. It works so well in splatter films, they look so cheesy, I love the effects.

The one thing I did find distracting was Zimosa's voice. Since we never see his face, I couldn't help but think his voice sounded strange. Nevertheless, the actor did an outstanding job, especially for someone we never see. The guy playing Mistrandia though had a perfect voice. I don't know what it is about the English accent, but it works! I do feel the ending was a little anti-climatic, as our big bad "girl" wasn't as shocking as I thought she would be. But it was memorable enough leading to a very interesting conclusion which I won't spoil here.

If you love splatter gore or video games, this is for you.

Reviewed by George Hittach 10 / 10

Like a Video game , Better than a classic movie

Finally my copy arrived, and I can't wait to watch it again.

The story: The ex solider of fortune Zimmosa, now contract killer ZImosa, is a very cold blood and bastard inside man. He's only good side is, he love his girlfriend. For the rest he's a war machine and he can kill people without problems :D He has been hired by a mysterious old man (Mistrandia) that communicate with him trough some spycam glasses, to kill a couple of serial killer that are hiding in a hotel. But as soon Zimmosa conclude his job he realize that the hotel is just a cover for a giant organization, handed by Mistrandia, that collect "ancient things"

My Review Since the very first moment the movie started, I actually felt like I was watching a very long video game's cut scene. Everything happen under your eyes (with everything I mean EVERYTHING, also when the protagonist pukes or he heal his broken hand) The camera never stop to record...because the camera is actually the eyes of the protagonist (not a real camera like Rec and Blair Witch Project) This gives a very entertaining feeling, I never get bored, and I was always curious and surprised what new situation was about to come,what new monster was about to come from the corner. The mysterious story and the way the things are explained keep the hype on the top, and the camera it's not shaky like in VHS or rec, but more linear. I really loved the photography and the way they managed to keep the camera balanced and like in a fps game. You can actually feel the heaviness of the punches, the bones crunch ed under your feet like You are the protagonist, and you can actually feel on your skin also the fear he feel. Really a cool and unique experience, like a horror roller coaster :) I really liked the acting, more than the previous Necrostorm movies, I think more budget has been spent with actors this time, and I'm very happy about that. Some sequence are really disgusting(the throat cutting) other are more exaggerated (like the granades war) but all are extremely bloody and different in some ways, I like that the staff used a different approach on different sequence.

Extras I really appreciated the audio commentary, something I wanted to hear also in the previous titles, and a very detailed but very short fxs tutorial. Not a problem cause he answered many questions ;)

Weak points: The only point that surprised me in a weird way is the final boss, I really loved it but it was completely different from my expectations. Probably just me considering it's reported in the movie's cover :D

My Final Vote Really an awesome movie, probably the best Necrostorm's movie so far, I love fps games and to see a movie that looks like a real game (really not like those shitty RE and DOOM movies) really gave me an awesome feeling

Biased vote 10/10 points Unbiased vote (for who don't like splatters) 8/10

Continue with your great work, Cheers from Germany

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