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Fangoria Presents-Sin Reaper

2.9 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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Young Samantha Walker has been tortured by nightmarish visions for years. With the help of Dr. Hoffman, she faces her unknown past by taking his advice and traveling to Germany. Having been adopted in the U.S. as a baby she decides to seek out the true roots of her ancestral past. Her journey leads to "Wallenhausen", a former German convent. Samantha's break-in to the convent at night becomes a fight for life and death as a masked monk starts the merciless killings of her companions one after another. Finally the secret of her past reveals itself and she has to face - the Sin Reaper.

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Millennium Media Services
  • DVD Release Date: July 23, 2013
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CX1OHMQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,982 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Samantha talks pills and has nightmares that involve auto-drawing. Her nightmarish pictures are that of a monastery in German, or so her psychologist (Lance Henriksen) has been able to deduce. Samantha visits the monastery, which is now a museum to discover its past, being founded by a monk/knight/crusader who wanted to eradicate sin by killing the host. She meets people who help her discover her past while running away from the slasher on the cover.

The plot was fair. Samantha didn't go to Germany with friends, so she had new acquaintances help her, people who were never really developed. The slasher aspect wasn't anything special and Samantha was a bit of a buzz kill making for a film that never takes off. Fangoria likes quirky plot twists, which is why I like their films, even the ones I don't like. This one has a "twist" in the last 10 seconds of the film that raises more questions than it explains. Unfortunately, there was too much mediocrity in getting there.

Parental Guide: F-bombs. Near sex. No nudity. Oriental girl with a German accent in bra (Hazuki Kato). Soft 3 stars
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I had been meaning to see this movie for awhile now admittedly based solely on the great cover art and finally knuckled down and watched it tonight. It's a 'Fangoria Presents' movie and stars Lance Henriksen as a young woman's longtime psychologist. Samantha (Helen Mutch) has been having nightmares involving a monastery she's never visited and her shrink (Henriksen) discovers one of her drawings resembles a monastery in Germany and with his urging she sets off to discover/uncover the truth.

I found the first half of the movie very tedious but forced myself to keep watching despite the slow pace, ordinary acting and the conveyor belt of introduced characters. Once the monk type religious crusader appears and starts helpfully reducing the numbers on screen things start to pick up and we begin to learn of Samantha's connection to it all.

All up Sin Reaper is probably better than it should be it's atmospheric, has a decent score and an interesting premise being filmed in a real life monastery fortress (Hospitallers Castle Kuhnsdorf from the 13th century) but certainly isn't worthy of such fantastic cover art.
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Needless to say, Lance Henriksen was the reason I watched the film. His scenes were very good...as always. I also appreciate the fact that he brought his talent and reputation to a group of filmmakers who are in the early stages. It's not the first--or last--horror film with a thin narrative that I will watch. My only other thought: Sometimes "twists" aren't necessary.
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One of the Fangoria labels lesser efforts. A woman travels to a monestary in Germany to find the source of her nightmares. Someone in a crusader mask is picking off the tourists and museum workers with a sharp cross. Pretty basic stuff here. The film suffers from horrendous acting. Every time the asian female opened her mouth i cringed. Lance Henriksen is on hand as a therapist. An okay way to pass an hour and a half..just don't expect anything new or groundbreaking.
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