Necrophobia 3D Review
Synopsis:Dante is a tailor who after losing his twin brother to death became phobic which prevents him from being in contact with death. Whenever he is in front of a dead body, he experiences a creepy feeling that makes him lose his mind.
Necrophobia 3D (2014) is an Argentinian Spanish mystery thriller horror movie with English subtitle. Director, co-writer, producer, and editor Daniel de la Vega (Jennifer’s Shadow (2004), Blood Brothers (2012), La última cena (1999)) failed horribly at executing this movie. The movie may have a little potential, but it was chopped dead by Daniel with his directorial, editing and producer skills.
Necrophobia 3D revolves around Dante (Hugo Astar - Extra Terrestrial Visitors (1983), The Crimes of Petiot (1973), Pasión (1977)) who is a tailor that began having panic attacks and hallucinations after his twin brother died. His hallucinations made him begin murdering although the synopsis of the movie said that Dante becomes fearful and crazy after seeing dead bodies. I think Dante was crazy throughout the entire movie regardless if he saw a dead body or not. Dante and his wife does not have a good relationship and are not together although they are married. What will happen to her when she reminds him of their breakup at the bad time?
I gave this movie a two because of a few graphic deaths scenes where body parts are sliced and chopped off. Everything else about the movie was terrible including the actors who overacted their roles. The editing was gruesome in a bad way as there was way too many chopped images. There was not a continuous flow or anything similar to it. I am not sure what else I can say about this movie except to warn all individuals to stay clear of this movie.
About Necrophobia 3D (2014)
Runtime: 75 minutes
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Mystery
Total Avg. Votes: 14
Writers: Daniel de la Vega, Nicanor Loreti, Germán Val
Director: Daniel de la Vega