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Hotel Inferno
Year:
2013
Genre:
Action, Horror
IMDB rating:
4.6
Director:
Giulio De Santi
Michael Howe as Jorge Mistrandia
Pierluigi Nitas as Beheaded victim
Bonini Mino as Henchman with chainsaw
Mauro Migliorini as Slotty henchman
Riccardo Valentini as Henchman in good health
Monica Muñoz as Female Serial Killer
Rayner Bourton as Frank Zimosa
Santiago Ortaez as Rotten henchman
Jessica Carroll as Frank's girlfriend
Wilmar Zimosa as Gomorra
Christian Riva as The Plague Spreader - Huge female henchman
Enrique Sorres as Sacrificial Human
Storyline: The contract killer Frank Zimosa has just been hired for a ridiculously lucrative mission by the rich and powerful Jorge Mistrandia. The objective: to kill a couple of people hiding in one of his European hotels. What would look like one of the simplest jobs Frank has ever had is just about to turn into a living nightmare. He will soon realize he's nothing more than prey for Mistrandia and his army of crazy henchmen that have hiding in the hotel along with an ancient and unstoppable Horror. In their hotels you can only rent rooms....in Hell! See everything through the eyes of the Anti-Hero Frank Zimosa and boost your mind with an overdose of: nonstop violence, adrenaline, and pure fear, surrounded in a mysterious, deep and twisted story. You won't just watch it, you will experience it.
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Reviews
Warning, try to avoid!
I rarely dislike a film. Most of the times I try to find something to like while watching. This movie was really really bad. The acting was awful, no scenery to ease my pain… nothing

It had the interesting camera idea of a first person shooting video game, but it was not that well made. Their where others in the past to use the same technique but I hadn't seen it in a long time. So you can say that's a plus … The costumes, the make up etc was really awful.

Another plus was the idea for the scenario which had potential but … it failed in the end. I really like watching bad movies they are fun but this one was no fun at all. It was a waste of time. I am the person that when I read a bad review I want to see the movie. Try to control yourselves!!!!!
2014-07-07
rather boring but ull of extreme gore
Clearly inspired by Hardcore Henry (2016). This is a first person view flick the whole time were we follow a killer going on a hunt in a hotel but becomes the hunted.

The director Giulio De Santi is known for his gory cult flick Adam Chaplin (2011) but this one here is a rather boring flick. The story is very simple and the last twenty minutes it's all talking and explaining. So for people who want to see a good old horror, forget it BUT of course this flick do deliver on the gory stuff.

To be honest, you only watch it for the gore, smashing heads, shooting heads, stabbing, breaking bones, explosions on bodies, you get it, one for the gorehounds.

Sadly, I don't have a prob with ultra gore but you need a story to keep you attracted to the screen but as I said, gorehounds will love it. For me it didn't deliver what I thought it would e, weak story, strong on gore.

Gore 5/5 Nudity 0/5 Effects 3/5 Story 0/5 Comedy 0/5
2016-11-08
I was surprised!!!
I was excited to check this out, as I had been a fan of Necrostorms previous entries (Adam Chaplin and Tater City). I finally got my copy in the mail, and wow, it was quite the scene.

We open in a taxi, through the eyes of a man named Zimosa. We will see the entire movie through his eyes, completely first person. We find out that Zimosa is a hit man, and will be working for a mysterious millionaire called Mistrandia. Zimosa is informed he'll be performing a simple job of taking out a couple that are in the hotel room next to his. Couldn't be more simple. But not everything is as it seems and Zimosa is about to have one hell of a night.

I have only seen two other movies told in first person, the Maniac remake and Enter the Void. Both of which I enjoyed. Hotel Inferno was no different, I did very much enjoy this flick. I thought the effects were outstanding, I found it very easy to become immersed in this bloody world. Because it was told in first person, and we see people being blown away, shot up and punched to death, it feels like a violent video game that you can't control. That was a fun experience. I do find pacing can be difficult with a first person movie, but I was never bored with this one.

I was surprised at how creepy and chilling this became. Most of these movies have been bloody fun, whereas because we are so immersed in this one, it's quite freaky and even scary in parts. The atmosphere really paints this out to be a nightmare of a Hotel.

The gore is excellent and excessive, as the usual with a Necrostorm project. At times, it actually looked disturbing realistic, while other times it was just bloody mayhem. Fans of Adam Chaplin and Tater City will dig the gore.

We also have our mutilated villains. There seems to be this reoccurring theme of mutating the bad guys in some way, making them ugly/deformed. It works so well in splatter films, they look so cheesy, I love the effects.

The one thing I did find distracting was Zimosa's voice. Since we never see his face, I couldn't help but think his voice sounded strange. Nevertheless, the actor did an outstanding job, especially for someone we never see. The guy playing Mistrandia though had a perfect voice. I don't know what it is about the English accent, but it works! I do feel the ending was a little anti-climatic, as our big bad "girl" wasn't as shocking as I thought she would be. But it was memorable enough leading to a very interesting conclusion which I won't spoil here.

If you love splatter gore or video games, this is for you.
2014-07-08
Bloody Awesome
I was excited to check this out, as I had been a fan of Necrostorms previous entries (Adam Chaplin and Tater City). I finally got my copy in the mail, and wow, it was quite the scene.

We open in a taxi, through the eyes of a man named Zimosa. We will see the entire movie through his eyes, completely first person. We find out that Zimosa is a hit man, and will be working for a mysterious millionaire called Mistrandia. Zimosa is informed he'll be performing a simple job of taking out a couple that are in the hotel room next to his. Couldn't be more simple. But not everything is as it seems and Zimosa is about to have one hell of a night.

I have only seen two other movies told in first person, the Maniac remake and Enter the Void. Both of which I enjoyed. Hotel Inferno was no different, I did very much enjoy this flick. I thought the effects were outstanding, I found it very easy to become immersed in this bloody world. Because it was told in first person, and we see people being blown away, shot up and punched to death, it feels like a violent video game that you can't control. That was a fun experience. I do find pacing can be difficult with a first person movie, but I was never bored with this one.

I was surprised at how creepy and chilling this became. Most of these movies have been bloody fun, whereas because we are so immersed in this one, it's quite freaky and even scary in parts. The atmosphere really paints this out to be a nightmare of a Hotel.

The gore is excellent and excessive, as the usual with a Necrostorm project. At times, it actually looked disturbing realistic, while other times it was just bloody mayhem. Fans of Adam Chaplin and Tater City will dig the gore.

We also have our mutilated villains. There seems to be this reoccurring theme of mutating the bad guys in some way, making them ugly/deformed. It works so well in splatter films, they look so cheesy, I love the effects.

The one thing I did find distracting was Zimosa's voice. Since we never see his face, I couldn't help but think his voice sounded strange. Nevertheless, the actor did an outstanding job, especially for someone we never see. The guy playing Mistrandia though had a perfect voice. I don't know what it is about the English accent, but it works!

I do feel the ending was a little anti-climatic, as our big bad "girl" wasn't as shocking as I thought she would be. But it was memorable enough leading to a very interesting conclusion which I won't spoil here.

Fans of Taeter City and Adam Chaplin will dig this. If you love splatter gore or video games, this is for you.
2014-02-23
Giulio De Santi makes good.
I abso-bloody-lutely loved Necrostorm's first movie Adam Chaplin, directed by and starring Emanuele De Santi, but was rather disappointed by their follow up, Taeter City, which was helmed by Chaplin's special effects man Giulio De Santi: it tried hard to impress, but simply didn't work anywhere near as well as a whole, despite once again featuring tons of superb splatter. But I'm a generous kind of guy, always willing to give a film-maker a second chance to impress, and with Hotel Inferno, impress me De Santi most certainly has. As Yoda might say. If he watched gore films.

Shot entirely in first-person POV, Hotel Inferno is quite unlike anything I have ever witnessed before. Sure, I've seen first-person POV employed sparingly in films like Doom and House of the Dead, but never has it been used as fully or so effectively as it is here, the viewer being fully immersed in the action from start to incredibly bloody finish. Quite how De Santi pulls off some of his technical trickery is simply mind-boggling, the whole film feeling like one long take during which numerous foes are dispatched in graphic fashion by the film's anti-hero Frank Zimosa, the hit-man through whose eyes we witness the action.

Zimosa (Rayner Bourton) has been hired by mysterious businessman Jorge Mistrandia (Michael Howe) to kill a couple currently staying in a fancy schmancy hotel in some strange, unspecified foreign country. Mistrandia, who keeps in contact with Zimosa via high-tech glasses that relay everything the hit-man sees, insists that the kills be carried out in a ritualistic manner with specific weapons. Always the professional, Zimosa obeys, but becomes concerned when his second intended victim displays some worrying symptoms before he has even been touched, spewing blood and pus all over the bathroom while mumbling about 'She' being 'fed on pain'. Suspecting that something is seriously wrong, the hit-man decides to split, but Mistrandia has other ideas and sends other killers to prevent Zimosa from leaving the hotel.

What follows is an hour and a quarter of extreme, jaw dropping brutality, with the plot taking strange turns into the world of the occult, pitting Zimosa against an army of deformed zombie-like creatures and—in the manner of the video games that it so closely emulates—an end-of-level boss that is super powerful and seriously freaky. Admittedly, the film loses focus in the final act and feels a little longer than it really needs to be, but overall this is a very impressive piece of horror cinema—innovative, exciting, and oh-so-incredibly-gory!
2014-11-21
Like a Video game , Better than a classic movie
Finally my copy arrived, and I can't wait to watch it again.

The story: The ex solider of fortune Zimmosa, now contract killer ZImosa, is a very cold blood and bastard inside man. He's only good side is, he love his girlfriend. For the rest he's a war machine and he can kill people without problems :D He has been hired by a mysterious old man (Mistrandia) that communicate with him trough some spycam glasses, to kill a couple of serial killer that are hiding in a hotel. But as soon Zimmosa conclude his job he realize that the hotel is just a cover for a giant organization, handed by Mistrandia, that collect "ancient things"

My Review Since the very first moment the movie started, I actually felt like I was watching a very long video game's cut scene. Everything happen under your eyes (with everything I mean EVERYTHING, also when the protagonist pukes or he heal his broken hand) The camera never stop to record...because the camera is actually the eyes of the protagonist (not a real camera like Rec and Blair Witch Project) This gives a very entertaining feeling, I never get bored, and I was always curious and surprised what new situation was about to come,what new monster was about to come from the corner. The mysterious story and the way the things are explained keep the hype on the top, and the camera it's not shaky like in VHS or rec, but more linear. I really loved the photography and the way they managed to keep the camera balanced and like in a fps game. You can actually feel the heaviness of the punches, the bones crunch ed under your feet like You are the protagonist, and you can actually feel on your skin also the fear he feel. Really a cool and unique experience, like a horror roller coaster :) I really liked the acting, more than the previous Necrostorm movies, I think more budget has been spent with actors this time, and I'm very happy about that. Some sequence are really disgusting(the throat cutting) other are more exaggerated (like the granades war) but all are extremely bloody and different in some ways, I like that the staff used a different approach on different sequence.

Extras I really appreciated the audio commentary, something I wanted to hear also in the previous titles, and a very detailed but very short fxs tutorial. Not a problem cause he answered many questions ;)

Weak points: The only point that surprised me in a weird way is the final boss, I really loved it but it was completely different from my expectations. Probably just me considering it's reported in the movie's cover :D

My Final Vote Really an awesome movie, probably the best Necrostorm's movie so far, I love fps games and to see a movie that looks like a real game (really not like those shitty RE and DOOM movies) really gave me an awesome feeling

Biased vote 10/10 points Unbiased vote (for who don't like splatters) 8/10

Continue with your great work, Cheers from Germany
2014-02-06
A fair review of Hotel Inferno
As it stands right now, all of the reviews from this movie are 1 star or 8-10 stars. All of these people are wrong.

For starters, this movie plays out exactly like a fist person shooter video game. The tropes, the dialog, and obviously the camera angle and movement. There's little doubt what this movie is supposed to be and, in all honesty, it does it rather well. The whole first person thing has been tried to a much more limited extent in some movies. House Of The Dead and Doom come to mind. But in these movies it was more for the movie's denouement...a final showdown. In Hotel Inferno it's done throughout and it's kind of enjoyable.

This isn't without it's drawbacks. The camera is jumpy, the dialog is on-par with a video game, and it lacks a bit of continuity. You'll find a 10 minute action sequence ended just to have some exposition on what happened and what will happen next. Again, exactly as you would in a video game. It's like finishing a mission and waiting for a cut scene to tell you what you did and what to do next, except it's a movie. This gets a bit old even if you follow the premise.

For a movie with this budget the special effects are actually quite well done. Gore fans will undoubtedly appreciate the over-the-top violence and gore and others will probably just laugh at the preposterousness of it all. Either way, the special effects team absolutely did the most with what they had.

All in all it's a relatively enjoyable movie if you know what you're in for (and have a six pack of your preferred adult beverage available). It's something a little new but absolutely not without it's flaws. Is it perfect? No. Is it a bit of fun to watch with some friends? Absolutely.
2014-07-10
This is not a movie
Well, you can call it a movie, but it's not. It's just, nothing really. It start with some gore, continue with more gore, and ends with gore. The dialogue is artificial, nothing you really hear in the real world, seems like the actors trying to play something they can't, they just don't fit into the roles.

You can tell from the beginning how it's going to end, in fact, you can tell the whole "movie" from the first picture of it. There are no surprises, no climax and you can't even call the soundtrack a soundtrack, it just doesn't fit to the movie.

Don't bother yourself with this one, it's a complete waste of one hour and 17 minutes. Better watch some cartoons.
2014-07-11
You shouldn't watch this
Everything about this is bad. The acting, the lighting, the sound, the camera "work", the "special" effects, the props, the costumes, the dialog, the script and the entire basic idea for this "project". Another reviewer mentioned the soundtrack and while that didn't stand out for me as being as horribly bad as the rest of it, never once did I think "hey, pretty cool soundtrack".......... The only people who should ever see this are those who participated in making it and they should be made to watch it over and over again for the rest of their lives. This item has no redeeming qualities unless you are a fan of very bad attempts to make something worth watching. I am running out of ways to describe this without using the words "film" or "cinema" or "movie" because it is none of those things. If some 4th grade kids made it I would give them an A for effort. If 5th grade kids made it I would flunk them. There is absolutely no reason why anybody should watch this. There are far more entertaining "bad productions" to watch. I sat through this so you don't have to. Believe me now or you will regret wasting your time and you will say "Yep, that guy on IMDb was right. I really wish I would have listened to him".
2014-06-29
One of the worst "movies" I have ever seen!!!
First, let me say that I can not believe 40 people gave this sad piece of VHS tape a 10! The acting is virtually non existent, you never see anyones face without a cheap stupid latex mask, which my grandma probably could have done better. The whole idea about a hotel full of "demons" is so stupid you can't believe it. Whithyout acting, story or characters, the only thing left is the gore, which is really really cheap and ugly. Add to this an annoyingly shaky camera and someone making gargling noises all the time, and you have a movie that makes "Plan B from outer Space" an Oscar-Winner. Avoid at all costs! Just watch something else instead...
2014-08-17
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