- Actors: Sean McGrath, Anne Sorce, Denise Poirier
- Directors: Michael Medaglia
- Writers: Michael Medaglia
- Producers: Lara Cuddy
- Format: NTSC
- Region: All Regions
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Uncork'd Entertainment
- DVD Release Date: November 10, 2015
- Run Time: 79 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 149 customer reviews
- ASIN: B0170K341O
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,252 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Hermann, a failed sculptor, is about to kill himself when he finds a strange, talking hole in the wall. The creature in the hole (Denise Poirier, the voice of ÆON FLUX) has the power to fulfill his wildest dreams, but things go horribly wrong and when the killing starts, Hermann is thrust into the worst nightmare of his life. Deep Dark is a twisted tale warning you to be careful what you wish for, because it just might get you.
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The studio apartment in this film brings a new meaning to "hole in the wall." And when that hole in the wall speaks, Hermann complies, knowing his newfound success can be stripped from him as quickly as he attained it. The character of the hole is nuanced and complex (impressive for a character who's just a voiceover), and we are led to wonder who in this film really is the monster, and who is the good guy at heart.
A truly remarkable movie in all respects. Deep Dark doesn't disappoint.
The acting was good, as was the cinematography. I don't know what some of the fuss about sex and killing is about. The sex is less graphic than many music videos and only one person gets killed; and killed mildly at that, compared to most films in the genre.
I agree with others who have said, this film is not for everyone; but name one film that is.
I usually avoid discussing symbolism and metaphor, but since others tagged the voice in the hole as demonic and malevolent, i'll beg to disagree.
To me, the voice is the lure of recognition and appreciation that pulls at everyone who puts their heart and soul into something they perceive as truly beautiful; monetary gain not included.
We crave recognition, case in point, how many selfies have you taken? How many facebook posts about the Lo Mein you just scarfed? How many reviews have you written?...:)
My only complaint, was the ending left me a little "flat". I like answers and was left with mostly questions, but somehow I feel those answers lie in the films' opening scenes where the uncle is pulling a key chain from his navel......i just have to think harder - i like that.
FYI just because you call yourself an artist, take art classes or have an art degree, doesn't make you an "artist". You need to have TALENT.
Most recent customer reviews
The story is strong and the acting is good..
Worth the time..
Good sound/Cinematography, well acted. I give it a 4.