mercoledì 20 ottobre 2010

Waiting for Halloween: "The Beast Must Die"

The beast must die 
La notte del licantropo
by Paul Annett

The story is very simple: eight people spend the weekend in a mansion while their host is trying to find out which one of them is a werewolf to kill it. 
Nothing special really, but the film has a 30-seconds "Werewolf Break" near the end, so the audience can put together the evidences to try to find out who the werewolf is before the ending (like a game). 
As the tagline says: "One of these eight people will turn into a werewolf. Can you guess who it is when we stop the film for the Werewolf Break? See it ... solve it ... but don't tell!"

La storia è molto semplice: otto persone passano il weekend in una villa mentre il loro ospite cerca di scoprire chi tra di loro è un lupo mannaro con lo scopo di ucciderlo.
Niente di speciale in realtà, ma verso la fine del film c'è una "Pausa del Licantropo" di 30 secondi in modo da permettere agli spettatori di riflettere sugli indizi e cercare di scoprire chi è il lupo mannaro prima del finale (una specie di gioco).
Come dice la tagline: "Uno di queste otto persone si trasformerà in un licantropo. Riesci ad indovinare chi quando il film si fermerà per la Pausa del Licantropo? Guarda... risolvi... ma non parlare!"

5 commenti:

Hurricanes12 ha detto...

hmmm i'd like to watch that!
i'm going to bring it the next time my friends and i have a movie night around halloween, i like that it's kinda like a game too!
i'll tell you who i think it is, see if we chose the same person :)

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah ha detto...

Thanks for the information on the movie... looks interesting !

love is colder than death ha detto...

you are very nice to me...
no, i didnt publish a book with my works... i dunno, i think im just nobody...

but thank you very much, you just made my day :))

i havent seen this movie before... is it scary???

siberia ha detto...

@Hurricanes12: I hope you'll enjoy it :)

@Wong: you're welcome :)

@love is colder than death: not very scary really.. it's very 70ish if you know what I mean ;)

Gringo ha detto...

Ah, Peter Cushing! I remember his movies under the production name of Hammer House of Horror! Great sixties horror movies!