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Rabies (Unrated)

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A psychotic serial killer on the loose in the woods crosses paths with a group of unsuspecting teenagers. Soon people are dying one by one… but the bad guy isn't who you think. Turning genre conventions on their head with a smart script and plenty of unexpected scares, Rabies is a surprising debut worthy of its mantle as Israel's first-ever slasher horror film.

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  • Actors: Ania Bukstein, Lior Ashkenazi, Danny Geva
  • Directors: Aharon Keshales, Navot Papushado
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Hebrew
  • Subtitles: Spanish, English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 28, 2012
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0064SVNMQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #123,271 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I don't want to give to much away about this Israeli film because I hate to read a review that gives too much info and then I'm waiting for something to happen that was written in that tell tale review or it's in the back of my mind and I keep thinking which one,when and where.

I will tell you that I enjoyed this Subtitled slasher/thriller/black comedy more than I have enjoyed any film in quite awhile.

It is very light on the comedy but it's just enough so it doesn't take itself too seriously.
There are also some good effects and plenty of blood.

It starts out with a serial killer/maniac in the woods who captures a woman in a trap and from there it goes into a multitude of mistaken identity's, mistrusts and betrayals as a foursome of twenty somethings get lost and make a wrong turn into The Killer's domain. Enter two cops an older couple and their dog and the fun and mayhem begins.
I loved it..Bravo
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An Israeli production, Rabies (2010) (aka Kalevet) is a very unconventional suspense thriller, featuring an odd assortment of characters, involved in a strange series of events in the woods. What starts out as apparently some kind of abduction, expands to an extended drama, with several dark twists, as various situations spiral out of control. If you keep an open mind, the resulting mayhem is quite entertaining, in a twisted sort of way. Unless you speak Hebrew, you will be reading subtitles (English or Spanish), but that shouldn't prevent you from appreciating some fine acting performances. Mild spoilers follow.

Two men and two women are in a car, driving through a wooded area. They are headed somewhere to play tennis, when they hit someone on the road. The victim, a man named Ofer (Henry David), says that his sister Tali is caught in an underground trap. In a fateful decision, Mikey (Ran Danker) and Pini (Ofer Shechter), go with Ofer to find his sister. The women, Shir (Yael Grobglas) and Adi (Ania Bukstein), remain at the car, and call the police for assistance.

Two officers are dispatched to investigate, and the dysfunctional pair are suspicious of the women's story. Preoccupied by his disintegrating marriage, Danny (Lior Ashkenazi) is on the phone calling his wife, while Yuval (Danny Geva) searches the women, and takes the opportunity to explore under Shir's skirt. Adi impulsively reacts to help her friend, and the girls flee into the woods, leaving a wounded cop behind.

After being pulled out of the trap, Tali (Liat Har Lev) is tired up and taken away by an unknown man (Yaron Motolla). She eventually wakes to finds herself being carried by a park ranger (Menashe Noy).
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Bravo to Israel for not only putting out its first slasher movie, but having it be a really good one. This is an ensemble story with the sophisticated, loose structure that characterized Robert Altman at his best. The slasher isn't even the scariest character. Rather (spoiler alert) it's Danny Geva as Yuval, a corrupt and twisted police officer who gets his kicks fondling young girls—or maybe the scary part is how his partner covers for him.

p.s. This movie should win some award for letting there be cell phone service. Seriously, EVERY horror just about, from all over the world, has someone check their phone and say, "No service."
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This excellent unusual horror film is unpredictable and unique by the director of BIG BAD WOLVES. It features his dark sense of humor so if you liked BIG BAD WOLVES check this out. The strength of the script and acting more than compensate for the limited budget. It is more midnight movie fare with a faster pace than the dark brooding slow pace of BiG BAD WOLVES and much less disturbing.
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I caught this hilarious film during Tribeca Film Festival. I just had to see what's the deal with the first Israeli slasher film. Boy, I was in for one giant surprise. the kind you look for in film festivals. It starts off like your typical slasher film and than it goes against all genre conventions: The killer on the loose; The heroic Virgin; The Last survivor. Everything is upside down in this horror comedy. It reminded me the originality of the first "Scream" movie (not the other two, they were not so good). Great Actors (also good looking), beautiful cinematography ( a slasher film shot entirely in day light-genius!!!), bad-ass soundtrack. I guess the crowd was delighted as me because they were roaring and clapping their hands every time somebody got slayed in this kick-ass adventure.
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First off, yes, this movie is subtitled. Moving on.

Not what I expected at all. I see woods, I see Rabies, I'm thinking a rabid squirrel or something. Not the case whatsoever. Far stranger and off-the-wall than I imagined, but rather entertaining if you don't mind a lot of reading (subtitles). I'm not even going to go into any plot details as that would ruin the movie. Going into the movie believing the initial description makes all the unusual twists and actions that the characters undertake much more effective. And that is really the strength of this film, a clever interweaving of multiple storylines that have some unexpected outcomes. I'll end it there.

The acting is OK from what I could tell, not knowing what they were saying and/or how to react in some of the bizarre situations that occurred. The makeup and special effects were also decent. Writing was interesting and the strongest attribute of the film.

I would probably rate this as a strong 3.5 movie. People that are tolerant of subtitles will enjoy it far more than individuals that aren't. Again, some clever writing that isn't completely free from errors, but is certainly interesting! A quality movie for anyone who enjoys the horror/thriller category or just for someone looking for something new. Worth a watch.
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