This film is as bizarre and unsettling as it is inventive and refreshing. Would I need to draw parallels, the closest thing that comes to mind is The Saragossa Manuscript by Wojciech Has - both films create a mesmerizing atmosphere of surreal foreboding, put the viewer in a state of sleep paralysis from which you don't want to wake up. The Endless features a stellar cast of (yet) unknown actors, who deserve to be embraced by the mainstream film industry - as deserve Benson and Moorehead. I'm certain that men of their wit and passion wouldn't lose their cutting edge qualities even when softly landing a multi million dollar film deal that might make a weaker spirit complacent.
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This mind-bending thriller follows two brothers who receive a cryptic video message inspiring them to revisit the UFO death cult they escaped a decade earlier. Hoping to find the closure that they couldn't as young men, they're forced to reconsider the cult's beliefs when confronted with unexplainable phenomena surrounding the camp. As the members prepare for the coming of a mysterious event, the brothers race to unravel the seemingly impossible truth before their lives become permanently entangled with the cult.
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An Instant Nightmare For A Captious ConsumerReviewed byMart SanderVote: 10/10
This film is dreadful, simply dreadful. People appear to rate any old rubbish highly if it is confusing enough and pretends to have some kind of message (sorry, the only message here is that the filmmakers are laughing at you idiots who rate this film so highly). There is zero tension, zero comedy (sorry but having a guy repeatedly refer to crack wasn't funny in your first terrible film and it still isn't funny now) The plot makes no sense, in fact there isn't a plot. The premise isn't complex, people stuck in a time loop, OK wow so original haven't heard that one before. But why are they there? Why do some appear to realize they are in a loop and some do not (big big plot hole, why are the drug addict and his douche mate just hanging around if they know they are in a loop, break out that meth then and get the party started boys!) Why are they smoking red flowers (because it's like cool man, y'know) Why don't they just hang around getting wasted and rutting each other? I'll tell you the answer to all these questions.... there is no answer because these lazy filmmakers made their stupid film deliberately confusing so that thick pseudo-intellectuals would talk about it on the internet. Awful, boring, lazy and zero intellect nor subtlety. If you like this film you are a brain dead moron. Enjoy.
The Endless is a sci-fi/horror independent film from the guys who made "The Resolution" and "Spring". This is a film I had been excited to see for a while, and my god it did not disappoint. The Endless is about two brothers who escaped a "UFO death cult" 10 years prior to the start of the movie, and follows them when they decide to revisit the cult, slowly realizing that there may be more truth to what these fanatics worship than they originally thought. The writing is amazing, the best I have seen in quite a while. Constantly teasing you and pulling you along through this mysterious and captivating story. My eyes were glued to the screen the entire time, I was intrigued and fascinated, in constant awe and fear of what it could all be leading up to. The whole movie was just absolutely riveting. There aren't even any specifically suspenseful scenes, the entire film is just suspense and mystery throughout. The characters are all very interesting and for how many characters there are, they do a great job quickly developing who they are and making you remember them. This film is extremely creative and original; the concept that the whole movie leads up to is terrifying. The cinematography and directing are all great and only further immersed me. My only wish is that it had a higher budget, some things had to be shown off screen and some effects didn't look too great, but they did a lot with what they had, especially for how ambitious this film was. I would have loved to have seen what some of this could have looked like if they had just a bit more $ to throw at it. That being said, there were also some great effects, especially towards the finale, you can tell that was where most of it went. There were also some great and creepy effects just pulled off by some masterful editing, and those shots were some of the coolest. In conclusion, The Endless is amazing and absolutely mind bending, a perfect little sci-fi/horror indie film that will have you and your friends discussing it long after it ends.