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Marga is a highly motivated, arrogant and successful businesswoman from Spain on assignment in Buenos Aires, a city she hates and whose people she loathes. While in the Argentine capital on a day the whole population is waiting to view a rare solar eclipse, she must also find a new tenant for her family's decrepit apartment. Rapidly losing her patience, she comes upon the mysterious Jorge lurking outside the front door, who informs her that he has a client willing to pay four times what she is asking in rent. There's just one catch - the paperwork must be signed immediately. As Marga waits to complete the transaction, several of Jorge's associates suspiciously appear at the apartment, and before long Marga discovers that their plan for the building and for her may mean a startling fate worse than death. Easily sitting beside Rosemary's Baby, The Wicker Man, and The House of Devil, PENUMBRA is a superbly realized horror entry from Argentine genre talent Adrian Garcia Bogliano (Cold Sweat).
A giallo-inspired film from an Iberian point of view set in Latin America, this movie starts slow, simmers, simmers, simmers, and then explodes into a twisted occult thriller that... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Binky Chottorrhœhia
Though it's akin to a few movies. This is a fresher take on a movie about a type of cult. The writers, director and producer did a great job with this.Published on December 3, 2012 by pjt
I watched this movie on line and because there was nothing else I was interested in decided to give this one a shot. Read morePublished on September 23, 2012 by Victor C.
Penumbra has a rather horrific climax but it's not really a horror film, more a thriller, and definitely an odd one. Read morePublished on September 22, 2012 by S. Boone