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  • Actors: Fernando Acaso, María José Bausá, Raquel Arenas, Xènia Reguant, Sonia Moreno
  • Directors: Martín Garrido Barón
  • Writers: Martín Garrido
  • Producers: Martín Garrido, Denis Pedregosa, Denise O'Dell, Mark Albela
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Tartan Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 21, 2006
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FZEU3I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,398 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "H6 - Diary of a Serial Killer" on IMDb

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  • Interview with director Martin Garrido Baron
  • Interview with actor Fernando Asaco
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Antonio Frau, a convicted killer recently freed, inherits an old motel. Taking this as a sign to "cleanse" the women who inhabit the surrounding streets, he bestows his own brand of purification behind the locked doors of Room 6. The diary he keeps of every date, name, and unspeakable act details a journey into the hostile mind of a delusional psychopath.

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Totally misleading and just plain horrible.
David
This movie doesn't provide the variety in what seems to be a 'Hostel' inspired movie (The title 'H6' and the telling cover art).
Amanda Jane Volovik
He feeds them nothing, and rapes them constantly as their conditions deteriorate.
Nick Schwartz

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. Estrada on July 28, 2007
Format: DVD
H6 basically is about a man who is convicted of killing his girlfriend in a fit of rage and after serving his time for it decides to carry out the work for which he feels he has been chosen. This of course is to be a serial killer. Despite his outwardly normal life with a woman whom he marries, but does not love him, he still maintains his maniacal ways behind her back in the locked room of the guesthouse he inherited from family after his prison release.
The movie has blood, has gore, has rape basically everything needed to make a good horror movie yet it lacks the intimidation of the murderer. He seems relatively harmless even while commiting gruesome murders. Because he feels it is more of a job than an urge it loses something. It's the "need" and "drive" that makes murderers usually so scary on screen. I found it to be nothing more than a gory drama. It was in interesting story and definitely twisted so it's worth seeing, but if you're looking for a movie that will make you jump it literally lacks all surprises in the dark.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Beveridge HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 22, 2010
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H6: Diary of a Serial Killer (Martin Garrido Baron, 2005)

Have you seen any of the recent rash of low-rent serial-killer biopics? I'm not talking about the big, gaudy, theatrically-released flicks like Chopper here. I'm talking about, say, David Jacobson's Dahmer (starring a young Jeremy Renner) from 2002, or Chuck Parello's 2000 Ed Gein (with Steve Railsback in the title role)--movies that have a lot more in common with Deranged than they do with Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer. (Or, for that matter, even such fictional classics as M.) Did you ever wonder to yourself whether, or why, someone would want to create one of these low-budget biopics for a completely fictional serial killer? Neither did I. But then I saw H6, and that's exactly what it is.

Antonio Frau (TV actor Fernando Acaso, doing his best Javier Bardem impersonation) and his wife Francesca (Maria Jose Bausa, in her first, and to date last, screen appearance), seem to be happy orbiting in their own separate places. Frau has recently been released from prison, always proclaiming his innocence. While he was up the river, Maria started an affair with the doctor she works for, and that's still going on. It'snever explicitly stated that Antonio knows, but I always got the feeling he did. It doesn't dim his ardor for her one bit, but like Francesca, Antonio is pretty much insatiable. The difference is that his urges come with a darker twist; instead of having affairs, he prefers rape, torture, and murder, and the bulk of the film goes back and forth between him abducting and killing young woman, usually prostitutes, and darkly comic scenes of his trying to hide what's going on in room H6 of the boarding-house they're fixing up from Francesca.

So you tell me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nick Schwartz on July 5, 2008
Format: DVD
[MINOR SPOILERS]
The DVD artwork for this film features a blurb from a review of the movie that compares it to Eli Roth's 'Hostel,' which is likely where many of the comparisons have come from. This is a totally different film, in almost every way, shape and form. While Roth's effort suffered from an inability to decide whether it wanted to be psychologically disturbing (horror through suggestion, as well as the unsettling nature of the subject matter) or in-your-face with its gore, 'H6' knows exactly what it is from the outset: a serial killer thriller that builds slowly, keeps its gore mostly off-screen and merely suggested, but loses steam in its second half when nothing new seems to be happening.
Antonio Frau is imprisoned after violently murdering his girlfriend during an argument. Released many years later, he finds he has inherited an old brothel from his aunt. He decides it is his purpose to 'cleanse' the streets of 'unclean' citizens, by utilizing his newly inherited estate to lure in prostitutes and murder them. Inspired by a similar case, he also decides to document - in great detail - all of his exploits in a diary. He gets married so as to have someone to vouch for his innocence in case of trouble, and persuades his wife to work night shifts in a hospital, so he can deal with his victims.
Though not explicitly mentioned in any reviews on this site, other reviews have mentioned the misogynistic nature of this film. Whether or not that was the filmmaker's intent, the fact the killer only kills prostitutes is telling; surely there are just as many evil or corrupt men for him to dispatch?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Jane Volovik on September 21, 2013
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Reviewed by Amanda Volovik "Chava": I am giving it two stars instead of one because the cinematography is done well, and there is some good acting. This movie doesn't provide the variety in what seems to be a 'Hostel' inspired movie (The title 'H6' and the telling cover art). To be fair, this is a Spanish movie with subtitles and is unrated, so it's already going to be different than American horror.

The fellow who is the lead character kills his girlfriend, is incarcerated for his crime, and after he is let out, inherits a guesthouse (yes, it's similar to a hostel, okay, I got it). He uses this dank and empty hotel to play out his new 'life's work' based on the life's work of a true life obscure serial killer. He is doing the 'Saw' movie morality play, and has a corny voice over narrative (the subtitles didn't help) on the poetic causes of evil in these deserving victims, and it is funny because look what HE'S been planning AND doing! So the script can get silly. And if you come in with the expectation of a Hostel type movie, conversely, you get a lack of variety in the victims' stories and methods of horror.

The torture and killing scenes are terrible, yes, but let's face it, a lot of us have seen all the Hostels, Human Centipedes, Faces of Death and maybe even A Serbian Film...I can't recommend this as very interesting for seasoned horror fans. Now, if you've never seen a horror film and this is your first, you would be shocked and disturbed.

**Possible Spoiler: On one part the leading actor tells a pimp, 'You shouldn't hit and abuse women, ever!' over and over. However, in the last three days or so the lead actor has tortured and murdered a number of women. As I mentioned before, that hypocritical morality speech he does regarding his victims becomes comical, and I don't think that was the producer/director's intent.
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