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Diagnosis: Death (2009) Horror Movie Review

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Diagnosis: Death (2009)

I highly enjoyed this film.  In short, this is a New Zealand film that tells the story of experimental drug test subjects and their experiences locked up in a facility for a weekend. Its a comic-horror that supposedly spoofs other notable New Zealandish films.  The patients are told the drug can have hallucinogenic side effects, and the movie presents amusing sequences of the patients attempting to differentiate reality from not, along with a nurse who very effectively maintains an ambiguously nefarious demeanor. 

Its a cute movie.  The story is interesting, but not overly incredible, and much more comedy than horror. However, the characters really made the story. A particular male and female meet at the drug test and develop an interesting, and somewhat heartwarming relationship, while also being effectively amusing.  The production values are very high, and the acting is good as well.  Very highly recommended. 

About Diagnosis: Death (2009)

Title: Diagnosis: Death
Year: 2009
Starring: Raybon Kan, Bret McKenzie, Rhys Darby
Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users. Reviews: 5.
Rating: R (Restricted)

Diagnosis: Death Cover Poster Art

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