Directed by Daniel Liatowitsch & David Todd Ocvirk.
Starring Amy Weber, Donny Terranova, Nichole Pelerine, Promise Lamarco, Ilia Volok and Linnea Quigley.
Five people agree to take part in an experiment where they stay in a house filled with cameras… and a killer.
Lurking somewhere in a post-Scream, pre-Saw horror movie void, Kolobos is a low-budget indie film that has a lot of obvious influences – most of them Italian (try listening to the main theme and not thinking of Suspiria) – and the benefit of hindsight that twenty years of reality television brings, which is helpful when contextualising what happens during this film.
The main thrust of the plot is that five seemingly ordinary people are selected to stay in a house that has been fitted with video cameras to monitor their movements and how they interact with people. In these enlightened times that may not seem that revolutionary but
Blu-ray Review – Kolobos (1999)