Skin Walker


Drama / Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 7.7 10 19


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August 12, 2020


Jefferson Hall as Robert
Udo Kier as Picasso Killer / Aaron Garvey
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799.84 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
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1.61 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ravenhair702 2 / 10 / 10

Not sure about anything I just watched...

Dear god, the movie is over. I feel like I just got paroled. To suffer through a mind screw like this indicates that I must have done something to deserve a punishment for whatever I did. The story goes as follows, a man shows up, tells this woman her brother that she believes is dead since birth, has killed someone. She goes back and that's the beginning of the TWISTED tale. Frankly, my brain hurts. It's one of those kinds of movies that you don't know what's real and what isn't. This is something that I'd rather NEVER experience again. I'm astounded by the 7.7 rating it got, then I seen that it had only 5 reviews. Two of them are from normal human beings that hated it, and three others, which I can only assume that gave it high marks because they are the director, the assistant director and the producer. These have to be fake reviews and trust me folks, it happens. I wouldn't go anywhere near this garbage. Peace.

Reviewed by ckarnoutsos 7 / 10 / 10

A mess

I watched this mess of a film and I don't think I would ever recommend it to anyone. The thing about this movie is that although everything is almost good, the plot is so so so messy that spoils it all. I mean, you're a hero if you make it to the end. And if you make it to the end, like myself, you will realize how stupid you are for not watching literally ANYTHING else. I'm giving it a generous 4 out of 10 only because the acting was good. Don't waste your precious time with this one.

Reviewed by hossamalbraak 7 / 10 / 10

Surreal psychological terror

Skin Walker is, at its core, a deeply disturbing film with a finale that is equal parts harrowing and gut-wrenching. The film puts the protagonist Regine (played by Amber Anderson) through a continuous state of mental and physical torment, a form of torture so severe that she is pushed over the edge by the end. Regine is submitted to continuous flashbacks throughout the film calling back to the extremely gruesome birth of her baby brother and her sexual harassment by her mother's physician. Just like the protagonist, the audience experiences these flashbacks in sudden hallucinations which is extremely unsettling psychologically. Regine's mental condition further deteriorates when she has a violent fight with her boyfriend and she continues to have flashbacks regarding this emotionally distressing moment as well. As the audience is subjected to the gruelling 90 minutes of terror, the mounting psychological tensions might be too much for some to bear. The surreal aspects of the film are many. Regine's father Claus (played by the legendary Udo Kier) spends the entire narrative hiding things from her daughter and his questionable actions throughout the story make Regine's mental condition worse. The setting of the film is disturbing in itself. Most of the film takes place in a secluded village surrounded by a thick forest where Regine finds herself awaking repeatedly towards the end of the film with no idea how she got there. These moments of sleepwalking are plenty and as they increase in frequency. Skin Walker is a deeply disconcerting and distressing film. The entire story can be summed up as the disintegration of Regine as she loses her family, her mind and eventually her own self as well. The film succeeds in what it sets out to do; terrorizing the audience until they sympathize with the trials and tribulations of the protagonist. With a great sound design, stunning cinematography the film harkens back to earlier similar films such as Gothika (2003) and A Cure for Wellness (2016).

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