The Wax Mask 2000 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
A blood-chilling remake of the classic “House of Wax.” Paris, 1900. As a little girl, Sonia witnesses the slaughter of her parents by a mysterious man with a steel arm. Years later in Rome, she is hired as a dressmaker at a wax museum owned by Volkoff, a sinister artist who recreates perfect replicas of famous crime scenes. A series of strange deaths in the area has led a young journalist, Andrea, to investigate the mysterious vaults of the museum. Andrea and Sonia are soon plunged into a nightmare as they both learn the secret behind Volkoff’s statues and the connection he bears to the steel-armed murderer of Sonia’s parents. Produced by Italian horror master Dario Argento (Suspiria, Deep Red) and using a script by the late Lucio Fulci (Zombie, The Beyond), special effects master Sergio Stivaletti makes an auspicious directorial debut, combining Gothic atmosphere with modern-day mechanical and makeup effects. “Wax Mask” is a gory shocker that puts a new twist on the tale of the spooky wax museum.
About The Wax Mask (2000)
Starring: Robert Hossein, Romina Mondello, Riccardo Serventi Longhi, Gabriella Giorgelli, Umberto Balli,
Runtime: 98 minutes
Director: Sergio Stivaletti,
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