Exhibit X (2012)

  |  Crime, Horror, Thriller


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A party held in one of the most haunted houses in the country as a publicity stunt to launch a new liquor company ended with 51 people dead. The police arrived on the scene to find the ... See full summary »


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26 September 2017 | Platypuschow
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| Exhibit X: Hard to even consider a movie at all
The opening text explains that the two videos the viewer is about to see are evidence in a trial. One depicts the lead up to a party where 50 people died and the other is the suspect in the time before the party.

Therefore as you can imagine this is essentially a found footage film, trouble is nothing happens.

Now when I say that generally I mean very little happens and that is common in this type of film but here I mean it literally.

In the party segment again nothing happens and it's not at all explained how everyone died or how it happened, just 5 seconds of screaming and then it cuts to.....

....the second video which is just a girl talking to the camera about her past and dry humping a pillow......then the credits roll.

It's hard to call this a movie, it's just random scenes of people talking and there is absolutely no plot whatsoever.

The Good:

Not a sausage

The Bad:

Audio quality fluctuates

SFX are horrifically bad

One scene is so lengthy, so unnecessary and so deep it just feels stupidly out of place

No plot

No entertainment value at all

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Genres

Crime | Horror | Thriller

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Release Date:

31 October 2012

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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