The movie “Antrum Full Movie: The Deadliest Film Ever Made” tells about ‘a young boy and girl enter the forest to dig a hole to hell. Said to be a cursed film from the late 1970s, Antrum examines the horrifying power of storytelling’.
The film is a 2018 American documentary horror film written and directed by David Amito and Michael Laicini. The film is divided into two parts: an opening and closing frame narrative in the form of a documentary and a feature film
Refusing to accept that his recently euthanased dog, Maxine, is now burning in the pits of Hell, devastated young Nathan finds himself tormented by constant nightmares and infernal visions.
To ease his suffering, Nathan’s older sister, Oralee, takes him on a trip to the grim woods to find the fabled spot where Lucifer himself fell to Earth when he was cast out of Heaven, and open a portal to the unknown.
Now, bent on rescuing the dead dog’s soul, the determined siblings follow the unholy instructions of a genuine grimoire, digging their way through the inner layers of the netherworld.
However, as they delve deeper and deeper into the cursed realm, disturbing incidents start to occur, as dark signs tell the unprotected explorers of the supernatural to leave while they still can. Is Oralee’s mind playing tricks on her? Have they unearthed, indeed, Hell’s unfathomable secrets? Written by Nick Riganas.
Antrum Full Movie is a fun variation on the found-footage trope. When I saw it, we were handed releases that we were supposed to sign and give back, indemnifying the theater and the film festival from what would happen to us if we watched the movie. Everyone kept the release cards (of course).
The horehounds who want to see blood and decapitations won’t get what they’re seeking in Antrum. This is a movie that takes it’s time, slowly walking you deeper and deeper into it’s pool of metaphysical fear. It also delivers real-world, tangible frights.
It left everyone talking and ended up winning best picture at the festival.
A very strange but enticing horror film devoid of jump scares but filled instead with carefully-crafted tension that will stick with you for a while. Instead of relying too heavily on cheap tricks, the filmmakers utilized intentional cinematography and documented psychological phenomena (e.g. binaural beats) to achieve a lingering sense of dread.
The film is framed as a documentary discussing the lost film Antrum, which features the film in its entirety.
Antrum is a supposedly cursed film from the 70s. Despite the creepypasta nature of the premise, the film still manages to instill a sense of seriousness.
The biggest problem I had with the film was the random cut-ins of disturbing mystery footage. This was the part that most evoked a creepypasta vibe and pulled me out of the film a bit, it just didn’t feel necessary. Luckily it was used pretty sparingly.
It’s not for everyone, but for anyone interested in psychological horror it’s certainly worth a watch.
I liked it for a movie if you wanna get scared easily. the first couple minutes of the movie actually got me anxious but in a good way. so far the whole “you die after watching this” clearly hasn’t been proven to be true.
I enjoyed it and the plot was really unique and different from most generic horror films. though I recommend watching with friend.