Sunday, October 24, 2010

Is it possible to combine music and horror movie? Vincent D'Onofrio has proved that nothing is impossible!

mmwroclaw.pl, 10.24.10
by mat.pras

[translated by Google]

The film begins with acquiring a scene: battered by someone she ends her life on the forest path. Already this first scene says it will not be a picture for the faint hearted. The same scenes of horror is admittedly small, but they are so poignant, that not everyone will be able to be abolished. "Forest Killer" uses the hammer, and thus in a very specific way people talk to their victims ... but let's move to more pleasant things ...

"Do not go to the forest" is the story of a musical group that is trying to find motivation and ideas for more songs without having to look for drugs, alcohol, indeed other drugs. Is to help them in this particular escape from civilization and peace in nature, but in the first time are distorted by a few friends of girls who want to have fun.

Heroes at the entrance to the forest passing a sign reading "do not enter." Caution is nevertheless considered a joke by the band members. From the time camp begins in the forest, people die. Who is responsible for it and what is he headed? Worth to see it for yourself and not just because of the questions posed above.

"Do not go into the forest" is a kind of combination of horror disney'owskimi productions for teenagers, which is full of movement and singing. It is true that the age range in which the director was aiming, it is probably a little different from disney'owskiego, but this movie all the time is interspersed with music and songs sung by the characters, regardless of the situation. What's more, it is not only a trivial story, but the film entering the specific questions that everyone has to answer himself. How important is success? Or finally, if it really is worth a human life?

It is worth to go to the "Do not go into the woods" after the screening to see the world differently.





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