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Un giovane reduce dalla guerra in Iraq cerca di dimenticare il passato facendo un giro in mountain bike tra le montagne europee. Dopo aver incontrato Angeline in un rifugio, insieme si avventurano tra vallate solitarie e misteriose. Là, nei boschi fitti e nebbiosi, un male antico li attende

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Biker d'alta montanga, pedalatore solitario, David stavolta ha scelto il luogo sbagliato per le sue sgroppate della domenica. Girano brutte voci intorno al picco prescelto e le stesse persone del luogo ne sono abbastanza terrorizzate. La situazione però da spaventosa si fa pericolosa quando per difendere una ragazza David si conquista l'inimicizia di due violenti della specie peggiore, quella armata, che inseguono e malmenano la coppia per puro senso di prevaricazione. Ma il vero male che si annida nelle montagne è ben altro ed è in agguato.


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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An Indie must!!! 21 de noviembre de 2012
Por PR GUY - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
A horror/thriller fans dream! This indie film is everything a horror fan wishes for. The eerie settings alone makes your skin crawl. I have always been an independent film buff and this one is a testimony to the type of surprises you can get if you venture out and try new horror that is not created in Hollywood. I gave it all 5 stars because it scared me...I felt sympathy for all of the characters (no matter how nice or evil they were) and I loved the ending. Give this one a chance.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Powerfully Dark & Unpredictable Horror Flick 4 de abril de 2011
Por Compay - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
Shadow is one of the most interesting and underrated horror flicks that I've seen in a very long time. Despite the fact that it initially burns with a slow fuse, when the suspense finally grabs you, it doesn't let go.

The movie follows the story of an American soldier on a mountain biking trip in the European wilderness. After befriending a woman on a similar expedition, the two become the target of a pair of sadistic hunters. This may sound familiar, but the film eventually descends into something more disturbing than what you would expect.

If you're a gore fan, don't expect something as explicit as Hostel. The director keeps most scenes involving blood off-camera, but the technique is surprisingly effective. While there are only a handful of scenes involving pain, each one literally made me wince.

Without revealing too much, one of most interesting aspects of this film is the mountain-dwelling villain. From his appearance to his mannerisms, he is the very definition of the word creepy.

The less you know about this film before watching it, the more you will enjoy it. The rug is pulled from under you halfway through the movie, and the conclusion is filled with twists that you couldn't see from a mile away.

For this being only his second film, director Federico Zampaglione does a terrific job. The cinematography and editing are excellent, a surprise considering this movie went straight to DVD. Andrea Moscianese also serves up a dark rock score that lends beautifully to the film.

There are only three downsides. The first is that you're bound to be confused by some elements of the story, even if they add some mystery and suspense. The second is that the first half of the film drags on a bit. The third downside is that even though the end isn't predictable, the director noticeably lifted one idea from a popular 90's movie.

I honestly thought this movie was going to be a dud just 30 minutes in, but I enjoyed each and every twist that followed. Feel free to give this one a watch through Netflix Instant before you decide to buy the DVD. But if you enjoy horror flicks marinated in mystery, this should be right up your alley.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Powerfully Dark & Unpredictable Horror Flick 15 de noviembre de 2012
Por Compay - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
Shadow is one of the most interesting and underrated horror flicks that I've seen in a very long time. Despite the fact that it initially burns with a slow fuse, when the suspense finally grabs you, it doesn't let go.

The movie follows the story of an American soldier on a mountain biking trip in the European wilderness. After befriending a woman on a similar expedition, the two become the target of a pair of sadistic hunters. This may sound familiar, but the film eventually descends into something more disturbing than what you would expect.

If you're a gore fan, don't expect something as explicit as Hostel. The director keeps most scenes involving blood off-camera, but the technique is surprisingly effective. While there are only a handful of scenes involving pain, each one literally made me wince.

Without revealing too much, one of most interesting aspects of this film is the mountain-dwelling villain. From his appearance to his mannerisms, he is the very definition of the word creepy.

The less you know about this film before watching it, the more you will enjoy it. The rug is pulled from under you halfway through the movie, and the conclusion is filled with twists that you couldn't see from a mile away.

For this being only his second film, director Federico Zampaglione does a terrific job. The cinematography and editing are excellent, a surprise considering this movie went straight to DVD. Andrea Moscianese also serves up a dark rock score that lends beautifully to the film.

There are only three downsides. The first is that you're bound to be confused by some elements of the story, even if they add some mystery and suspense. The second is that the first half of the film drags on a bit. The third downside is that even though the end isn't predictable, the director noticeably lifted one idea from a popular 90's movie.

I honestly thought this movie was going to be a dud just 30 minutes in, but I enjoyed each and every twist that followed. If you enjoy horror flicks marinated in mystery, this should be right up your alley.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Creepy villian saves an otherwise forgettable movie 4 de mayo de 2013
Por Natja K. - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
The truth is I expected this movie to be a little bit out of the ordinary, but it really wasn't so far from the average horror film all things considered. I will admit though that the film has one redeeming aspects about it, in that that the villian in this story is truly creepy, but not as much as I expected based on reviews by other members I read, none the less he's pretty damned creepy compared to a lot of film villians that I have seen over the past 10 years or so. Other than that the film is pretty typical of the basic horror movie. I was suprised to discover that the movie isn't very gory at all. There is some very mild gore here and there, but it's typical of a PG-13(maybe a soft R) kind of gore. But the film at times is fairly disturbing which should earn it a strong R rating, but if you are familair with truly disturbing cinema, even the milder stuff such as Hostel, you will be dissapointed. Hostel was far more disturbing than this movie. And there are movie way more disturning than Hostel, Still the production values are pretty good, the creep factor is there as well through most of this. The acting is just average. But the real gem is the villian who while not the scariest I have ever seen will haunt me to one degree or another for awhile. Worth a look if you are not expecting to be blown away.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Entertaining thriller, effective thought provoker, and reminder... 21 de abril de 2012
Por DV6740 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
In this movie nothing is as it seems, and I mean nothing! Especially to a veteran of the Iraq War who's dream trip of mountain biking in Europe is interrupted by horrors beyond imagining, horrors that at first seem worse than the horrors of war itself, but are they?

Through voice over in the beginning we learn that war veteran David (Jake Muxworthy) has written a letter home to his mother. Weary of the battle, he longs for freedom and looks forward to his passion for mountain biking. He tells his mother that a friend has let him know of a place in Europe where the biking and beauty is second to nowhere.

Scenery is superb throughout the introduction and captured with fine cinematography, but beauty and peace are marred by more sinister overtones when David stops in for a break from his ride at a mountain hideaway, The Shadow.

There are a few different possibilities presented for the origin of the film title, but in my opinion it is the shadow of war that is cast over this story.

The Shadow does a great job of misleading, and sets the viewer up for some effective thrills, suspense and twists.

While the first segment does move a little slow the plot will seem familiar to many viewers as two degenerate hunter pursue our hero and a girl through the wilderness. We start to get the idea that there is something else hunting them all. Soon the tough guys, the war vet and his girl are thrown into a nightmare that has nothing to do with the preceding half of the film

A gaunt, disturbing looking individual with sadistic intent (played by Nuot Arquint) takes over the second act, and the film shifts to dark, gritty style, reminiscent of the classic Nosferatu, though indeed more horrifically modern.

The remainder of the film is quite different, and much more horrific, but all things come full circle and the end is not what you will expect. In his attempt to save the day our hero succumbs to his nightmare, and we learn that his dream trip will be interrupted by a jolting reminder of the savagery of war.


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