|Starring:||Roxane Mesquida, Nico Le Phat Tan, Vincent Cassel, Olivier Bartelemy|
|Genres:||Horror, World Cinema|
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||26 Mar 2007|
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Mental, mental..By Funghi (7 reviews) from London , 21 Aug 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]I loved this film, first and foremost it was not what I had expected. as I only got the film cause of the title. The way the madness of the characters are displayed is absolutely genius. There is nothing more scary than being in a group of people and there's a complete loon (Vincent Cassel) amongst you. The way the suspense is a red thread weaving through out the film makes you wonder if this is reality or not. If you wont a film to unbalance you just a bit, watch this...
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SatanBy Candyman1 (12 reviews) from High Wycombe , 04 Aug 2009It was worth watching just for the shock factor. It wasn't entertaining or appealing, just weirdness and incomprehension. I wasn't drawn into liking any character. When the spectacle arises that a bloodbath is on the horizon you think 'kill them all.'
SatanBy a customer from Coulsdon , 06 Apr 2009Good, but doesn't match the description, so a completetly different film to what I was expecting!
4 STARSBy add (29 reviews) from EXETER , 21 Feb 2009Charismatic, stylish, unsettlingly unpredicable , a modern horrror that doesn't depend on explicite gore and nastiness to keep your attention. Strange but very enjoyable film with a brilliant performance from Vincent Cassell
Blimey!By a customer from Huntingdon , 12 Feb 2009Big fan of French cinema. Big fan of The league of gentlemen, but trust me, the two don't mix! Nothing either funny or frightening about this, apart from the fact that someone thought it would be. Throw in as many shock tactics as you like, but that won't add up to an entertaining movie experience. This piece of merde is testament to that fact.
SheitanBy a customer from Cumbria , 28 Jan 2009Hmmm. I genuinly don't know what to say! Did I enjoy it? I think so. Was I entertained? Yes. Is it totally bonkers? Yes. Worth renting? Absolutely. The kind of bizzare I've come to expect from Vincent Cassell! Genuinly funny in places, but equally disturbing. Rent it...you won't forget it in a hurry!