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The Depraved


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Looking to explore the dark side of Berlin's underground tunnels, four young travelers get more than they bargained for when they are forced to fight for their lives or allow the underground maze to become their final exploration.

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  • Actors: Nathalie Kelley, Nick Eversman, Max Riemelt, Brenda Koo, Catherine De Léan
  • Directors: Andy Fetscher
  • Format: Multiple Formats, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Uncork'd Entertainment
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00DCCY94Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #102,913 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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You have the budget, the setting, the actors...why not a good movie?
Scottbis
Slight variations between all these nearly identical films coupled with a not discerning audience results in enough profit to keep this sub genre in business.
G. Teslovich
The meaning between the various tales and the bunker with our torturer didn't connect too well.
The Movie Guy

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Renee Blue on February 17, 2014
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This film doesn't try to be pretty. Not your standard 'entertainment' fare but a serious horror offering. Its not over the top, though. A couple of kills are pretty brutal but its not one of 'those' movies. The movie was reminiscent of another film (Creep- an excellent movie) but its not another Creep. There are more differences than similarities. Its just a feeling I had while watching it. You know how I feel about those reductive comparisons by now... The premise was creative: a nazi experiment created people highly resistant to pain and hard to kill that are rumored to live in the tunnels our 'urban explorers' are exploring. We do not see a community but 1 man and he is enough. The film was well done, though I was a little frustrated that there weren't any subtitles for the portions of dialogue in German. Still, it wasn't that much and it doesn't actually prevent you from knowing what you need to know, The rest is a struggle for survival. Its a dark, claustrophobic, and gritty film. :)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dayna Newman/Slasher Diva on July 24, 2013
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Originally titled "Urban Explorers" The Depraved was slow getting to the meat but the characters and actors who played them were good enough to keep me interested until the good stuff happened.
A German guide and four young explorers decide to tour the tunnels and bunkers hidden underneath Berlin and all is well until the guide Kris played by Max Riemelt falls down a deep hole and massacres his leg, bone sticking out and in dire need of help.

Help comes in the form of a big man that looks like something you would see in a nightmare but they accept his help because what other choice do they have?He promises to help them by bringing them to his place so they can call for help.This is where the good part begins.his place is really somewhat of a Torture chamber and little do they know he is a cannibal and all he see's when he looks at them is food.there are some very tense, gory and frighting scenes, then ensues the fight for survival thousands of feet underground in a foreign country and no one can her them scream.

who will survive? you will have to watch and see.the gore is well done,not over the top but a nice amount is given to us slasher lovers.The last 40 minutes or so are action packed and well worth the wait.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G. Teslovich on February 15, 2014
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A stereotypic, done many times before, plot of young adults continuously making dumb decisions in an underground environment while being chased by bad person (s). Cheap to make - just need abandoned or little used dark corridors/rooms with a few cheap to hire ($100/day) actors and a few prosthetics with the usual associated torture props. This one added a tiresome and almost pointless Nazi backstory. Slight variations between all these nearly identical films coupled with a not discerning audience results in enough profit to keep this sub genre in business. Three stars because this film accomplished it all a bit better than most in it's field. No special features and no subtitling for hard of hearing and for a dialect of english, although quite good, was still difficult to follow at times.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on June 28, 2013
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Originally released under the title "Urban Explorers."

Four foreigners hire a tour guide (Max Riemelt) to explore the tunnels and bunkers under the city of Berlin. Things don't go as planned as one might surmise from the cover and the title.

The underground aspect of the film was interesting. The capture, fight, and torture doesn't start until late in the film. While it was gory, the plot was light, formulaic, and the bad guy was incomplete. The meaning between the various tales and the bunker with our torturer didn't connect too well.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex, or nudity (one nude painting).
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"Hey, Lucia!"

"Yeah, Denis?"

"I'm tired of clubbing. Let's go explore the decrepit Nazi bunker system underneath Berlin with three people we've never met!"

(concerned) "I don't know, Denis... That sounds dangerous."

"But it'll be FUN. Come on, it's an adventure!"

(ponders for all of 3 seconds) "Okay!"

In the interest of being fair, I should mention it doesn't go down QUITE like that, but what I recreated above is the meat of the film. If it sounds idiotic, cliché, or you're wondering to yourself how there are still any undiscovered underground Nazi bunkers with all the dumb horror-movie bimbos who've been killed exploring them, you may want to walk away from The Depraved right now.

However, if you stick it out, you might actually find some enjoyment in this German romp. The cinematography is really well done, and director Andy Fetscher does a superb job creating tension in spite of the been-there-done-that horror mechanisms that litter his film. Moreover, I loved Klaus Stiglmeier as the bad guy. He not only looks the part but also has a few excellent lines. There are quite a few historical references that really enhanced the film for me too, but I imagine these will be lost on most viewers.

Where The Depraved lost me was in the actions of its two main characters. Their dialogue is exasperating for the duration of the film, as demonstrated by my (slightly) hyperbolic recreation above. The chemistry between these two leads is nonexistent; the guy is a total wuss, and the girl spends roughly 60 minutes of the film crying, screaming, and whining. "Just kill her already!" I wanted to shout.

There is also one scene where a character is shot and subsequently beaten to a pulp with part of a bedframe.
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