Absolution 2002 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
In a religious school for boys, a priest is a victim of a prank that goes too far. A deadly game takes place where murders are confessed. But, are they real ? In a good horror movie the viewer always expects some gruesome scenes, so maybe for that reason the power of a surprise element is someway lost. This movie has perhaps one of the most goriest murder scenes ever, in a totally inexpected and nasty way.
The film starts a little bit slow, but soon things get out of hand and you’ll find yourself guessing throught all the time. Burton is perfect in his role and Page’s direction builds up a great combination of drama, suspense and horror, creating a growing feeling of tension and a terrific climax.
About Absolution (2002)
Dominic Guard Richard Burton,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
95 minutesDirector: Anthony Page,
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