Making Off aka The Devil’s Weekend – France, 2012 – reviews

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‘No one here gets out alive

Making Off – aka The Devil’s Weekend – is a 2012 French found footage horror film written and directed by Cédric Dupuis. It stars Céline Berti, Olivier Bureau, Mickaël Collart, Jérôme Thevenet, Nathalie Van Tongelen and Sébastien Ventura.

Cédric Dupuis, a fledgeling independent filmmaker, has set out to make the most terrifying horror film of all time. But shooting without any budget to speak of and a cast of his friends, Cédric soon realizes the frustration of indie film-making.

The only way for Cédric to get the realism he wants is to actually murder his cast on camera. This is his documentary of the events that unfolded during the making of his opus…

Wild Eye Releasing is issuing the film on DVD in the United States as The Devil’s Weekend on May 22 2018. Pre-order from Amazon.com

Reviews [click links to read more]:

Making Off is a French found-footage horror flick that aims to take the sub-genre into new and repulsive levels of extreme horror. Does it achieve that? Well yes, and no. The extreme aspects of it are certainly that. It’s disgusting and nasty with a decidedly vile feel. It’s rarely ever fun, and for the most part, it’s deadly serious. Though, there are moments of very dark, jet-black humor, some of which are perversely funny.” Horrorfreak News

“The level of gore is medium, the special effects range from adequate to disturbingly good, and the brutality and sadistic torture level is pretty high. But it’s all just pointless sickness.” The Worldwide Celluloid Massacre

  

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