Alias 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
This movies in Dutch with English sub titles. It’s a pretty good story—despite some improbable events and Eva who must be one of the most naive women alive. (Dieter is caught on tape at the “suicide” scene—and later her friend is killed only a short distance from Dieters yacht—but Eva somehow doesn’t put these two events together) One of the unlikely events-is the accidental videotaping of not only a car break in—but a suicide/murder—in a matter of just a few minutes. There’s a bit of violence and more nudity than was probably necessary—though nowhere near [**]ographic.
A patient is murdered in a faked car accident/ the girls (Patti and Eva) are later videotaping and catch the two previously mentioned events, the car thieves attempt to steal the incriminating video tape—and Dieter comes to their rescue.
Dieter and Eva soon become romantically involved—but things aren’t quite the way they seem.
You know Dieter isn’t quite right—but the movie keeps you in a fair amount of suspense about him and “mother”
Pretty interesting story—though I haven’t seen a lot of Dutch movies—after this and “The Vanishing”—I have to think the Dutch have some innate fear of being buried alive! It may not be one of the all time greats—but the movie will keep you interested and entertained!
About Alias (2004)
Starring: Hilde De Baerdemaeker, Geert Hunaerts, Veerle Dobbelaere, Hilde Van Mieghem, Pol Goossen,
Runtime: 98 minutes
Director: Jan Verheyen,
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