A Holy Place


Action / Drama / Horror

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824.67 MB
Serbian 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
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1.5 GB
Serbian 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
P/S 1 / 3

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kikiboo_88 / 10

Great, but very confusing

I like it, but it's pretty confusing too. From what I gather, the girl was sexually molested by her own father, so she hates all men and likes "playing" with them, when you watch the movie, you'll see what that means. She's very alluring, just has that special something which makes her really alluring on the surface. Scratch a little beneath that and it's just a narcissist or a psychopath, since I have a hard time telling the two apart. I didn't understand it properly though. What is she? A ghost? A demon? A witch? All that at once? Why does she turn into a dirty, ragged version of her mother and back at least twice? So many questions unanswered. All the same, I definitely like it and the music is pretty great too.

Reviewed by superbmov8 / 10

The finest Balkan horror movie

There are not that many horror movies from Balkan(ex yu)so this one is little gem... From the creator of the movie ..she butterfly'' comes this horror... It's based of Gogol's short story ,,viy'' but just with the set on different place... The movie has a dark tone and soundtrack that could been a better, but hey imagery may draw you back from watching this... This is example of a horror that is done without blood and its scary it mixes a folklore witch,demon and dark stories in one move its just great... Every thing that you have to expect here is Dark and it combines everything fine! It works and it is interesting to watch! Great tone,fitting imagery and OK soundtrack makes this film good!!! High recommendation!

Reviewed by melvelvit-18 / 10

An atmospheric -and very adult- adaptation of Gogol's "The Viy"

Three seminary students are walking home from a fair when one of them, Toma, is almost hit by a carriage containing a beautiful woman no one else sees. As evening draws near, the trio come upon an isolated farmhouse and ask the old woman who lives there if they can spend the night lest they be set upon by wolves. She agrees and later on, in the middle of the night, she comes to Toma and starts taking off her clothes. When Toma rebuffs her, the old hag attacks him and rides him through the fields like a stallion but by reciting the Lord's Prayer, he's able to throw her (the way a horse would) and beat her to death - whereupon she changes into the beautiful lady in the carriage. Toma doesn't tell his friends what happened and the next day, the head of the monastery orders him to go to their benefactor's feudal estate and read prayers over the man's dead daughter for three consecutive nights. When he gets there and looks in the coffin, it's the young woman (?) he'd killed the night before...

This one's got it all- misty moonlight, howling wolves, hanging cobwebs, church crypts, cackling crones, a beautiful witch who rides men in more ways than one, a black cat in attack mode, a young man's hair turning white overnight, an erotic painting, superstitious villagers telling scary little stories in sepia-like flashbacks -and don't ask how the village idiot got that way (oh, OK, he was boinked senseless). Surprisingly, none of it's cheap, cheesy, or over-the-top and there's also nudity, lesbianism, and incest but even so, it's a terrific blend of sex & horror with a real sense of dread by the time the third night approaches. It's a good, "grimm" Eastern European fairytale for grown-ups -catch it if you can! The director's LEPTIRICA (1973) is also very good.

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