- Actores: Nick Damici, Connor Paolo, Kelly McGillis, Danielle Harris, Bonnie Dennison
- Directores: Jim Mickle
- Formato: Importación
- Audio: Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Francés (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Subtítulos: Francés
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 2.35:1
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación FSK: Para todos los públicos. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad.
- Estudio: E1 Entertainment
- Duración: 98 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 3.2 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (4 opiniones de clientes)
- ASIN: B005CW4TLW
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº92.689 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
Stake Land [Francia] [DVD]
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L'Amérique est une nation perdue. Quand une épidémie de vampirisme frappe le pays, les hommes sont obligés de fuir pour échapper aux bêtes sauvages assoiffées de sang que sont devenus les morts. Les villes ne sont plus que des cimetières et les survivants se rassemblent dans des petits villages, terrifiés, à la tombée de la nuit. Un mystérieux fugitif à la traque des vampires, prend sous son aile le jeune Martin, dont la famille vient d'être sauvagement assassinée sous ses yeux. Accompagnés d'une religieuse et d'une jeune femme enceinte, ils sillonnent le pays en direction du Canada "Nouvel Eden" selon les rumeurs...
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El DVD viene en perfecto Castellano (lo recalco por la mezcla de opiniones con el BR edición inglesa). Sobre la edición poco que destacar viene con los extras mínimos (Trailer, ficha artística y tecnica), el sonido se presenta en un decente 5.1 en castellano e ingles, también incluye subtítulos en Castellano y Euskera ,la calidad de imagen cumple con el formato por eso que en ese sentido no hay queja. Quizás lo mas llamativo es la propia existencia de la edición española, estamos ante un titulo muy minoritario pero de gran acogida entre los aficionados al genero, que se dio a conocer en SITGES 2010. Para mi personalmente estamos ante una re-invención del genero Vampiro, un extraño híbrido que mezcla algo de zombies, mucho de vampiro y todo en un perfecto y logrado escenario post-apocaliptico. En resumidas cuentas un filme imprescindible para los amantes del genero, entre los cuales ha creado una verdadera legión de fans, que hace años que vienen solicitando una segunda parte, aunque ahora según ciertos rumores esta mucho mas cerca una versión serie basada en el mundo post-apocaliptico de Stake Land. Eso si el precio del DVD esta fuera de mercado, por eso es recomendable comprarlo aprovechando alguna de las ofertas Amazon tipo 5X30 o algo así.
Un peli tipo road movie pero con vampiros raros.
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Special effects aren't poor, and are limited to what seems to actually work. I'm not into soundtracks, don't remember one from a single movie that I can recall right off hand. Throwbacks to silent movies, I suppose.
The whole fit and finish of this movie was exactly right. Sort of along the lines of a Mad Max, but without as much drama. Coffee versus tea? Perhaps. If I hadn't been so busy, I might have watched it again, would have watched it again, while under rent. I might well purchase it, as movie for rainy days or guests with a minor sweet tooth for something different. I'd have no problems watching it again. It didn't insult my limited intelligence or, mostly, sense of things.
Always quotas, some leftist revision of right and left, and typical but slight mischaracterizations, but other than that it worked. It's about as good as the film industry as a whole can do. Not as good as can be done, but they seem hamstrung by big money and politics, mostly.
First of all, the writer/director Jim Mickle has created his own "monster" for this film. For all intents and purposes they most resemble the "Infected" of the 28 Days later series and look really horrible like those of 28 Weeks Later. They are called "Vamps" however and are a form of Vampire. They conform to the basic rules of vampires: they can't go out into sunlight, and they can only be killed by a wooden stake through the heart, or in some cases through the spine. Unlike zombies or infected, they can't be killed any other way and survive gunshots and being run over by vehicles. Unlike most cinematic vampires, they are not suave and intelligent, moody characters. They aren't even violently unromantic like the vampires of Near Dark or animalistic like the ones of 30 Days of Night. They seem to be totally on the animal level, and being attacked by them is mostly like being attacked by a pack of rabid dogs. They're fast and deadly and at least on the surface conform to the fast zombie type.
The man, known only as Mister, and the boy, Martin, are attempting to drive through Pennsylvania and New York State to Canada, where a refuge has been set up called New Eden. It's existence is questioned by some, while others say it's been overrun by cannibals. Still they travel on, killing Vamps and taking refuge with heavily armed pockets of humanity who valiantly try to keep their spirits up. They and the people they meet have as much trouble with a violent end of the world cult called The Brotherhood which tries to disguise its murderous intent under a false gloss of Christianity. The acting is credible though only Connor Paolo is known from the TV shows Gossip Girl and Revenge. Kelly McGillis as a nun is unrecognizable from her Top Gun days.
There are many scenes of terrible violence by the horrifying creatures between periods of travelling and the few happy moments allotted to the characters. Martin narrates the story during some of the travel sequences, emphasizing the matter of fact nature of this unpleasant world and filling in facts to keep things moving. The movie successfully creates that world as a place of sadness and melancholy, what I think would be the most likely mood of people trying to survive such a place. Everything in the film supports this mood. The movie was filmed in the woods of Pennsylvania and New York during the time when the trees are all bare and the sunlight is pale. An excellent musical score includes drums and electronics during attacks but otherwise tends toward acoustic folk music, melancholy strings sections, cello-piano duos reminiscent of the group Acoustic Eidolon and slow piano solos modeled on Eric Satie.
There are issues here and there. At a certain late point the film leaves its ultra-realism (considering the circumstances) and indulges in a twist that alters the tone to one more like typical horror fare, somewhat undermining its consistency up to that point. I think someone felt they had to do something like this for a general audience's expectations, but it harms the film somewhat. But it's not enough to totally ruin it and it remains a film worth seeing and one that may gain a cult following someday for its daring to be a moody character piece.
A few questions:
What are these vamps eating after almost everyone is dead?
Why are they more like zombies than vamps?
I enjoy the story in Stake Land. It starts off immediately in the post-apocalyptic world. Martin and Mister are heading North, which is supposed to be safe; they avoid the graveyard-like large cities and use the back roads. However, the vampires aren't the worst thing out in the wild... the living humans can be just as vicious as the undead, if not more. Along the way, they find small cities with survivors trying to get by, they find crazies in the woods, they connect with people like them, and they kill many vampires. It's a survival-apocalyptic blend, and I genuinely enjoy it.
The acting is great from the entire cast. There are a few lines of dialogue that felt cheesy and unnatural, but only a few. The story feels like a realistic vampire survival guide, and it keeps this vibe throughout. There is one scene that hurt the realism in the film, and it was a showdown-like scene that felt cliché. The entire atmosphere of the film is bleak, dark and immersive; the story itself is also very bleak as death is around every corner and no one is exempt, including children. It's moderately paced, although it can feel slow at times. The special effects and makeup are great, I really liked the design of the vampires.
Overall, I really enjoyed Stake Land; it's an immersive post-apocalyptic horror film that manages to entertain immensely. As of 5/11/13, this film is available on Netflix Streaming, a purchase is highly recommended for fans of the genre, a rental otherwise.
Stake Land has strong violence and blood, some nudity (briefly on a deck of cards)