Luz

Luz

Directed by Tilman Singer

In this slick, stylish, disturbing horror, Luz is a young cab driver fleeing from the grasp of a possessed woman, whose confession could endanger the lives of everyone who crosses her path.

Fleeing from the grasp of a possessed woman, a young woman could endanger the lives of everyone who crosses her path.

Cast: Johannes Benecke, Jan Bluthardt, Lilli Lorenz, Julia Riedler

Member Reviews

Bro - SUPER atmospheric, not at all what I was expecting but way better. No jumpscares, minor gore but hella cool visual and sound editing. Leaves a lot of plot details open to interpretation - I'm gonna be thinkin about this one for a while.

ANON_SVOD_USER_1603077708114
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8 days ago

This is my first review on Shudder, and I’m writing it because I feel such strong hatred for pretentious garbage films. I knew after the first two minutes of a lingering wide shot of a woman drinking a soda that it wasn’t going to get interesting. I was right. Maybe there’s an audience for exhaustingly slow and obtuse horror like this but it is not me. I’ll usually give ANYTHING the benefit of the doubt. The ONLY redeeming quality was the rad synth score. Skip this. Delete this awful awful film.

Jesusinslacks
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9 days ago

Several good elements here. Very artsy film. Not bad considering this is the producer's first movie.

ANON_SVOD_USER_1570757656031
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18 days ago

A complete waste of time. It took 30 minutes to get going and once it did, it was extremely underwhelming. It's not interesting or scary. They made me think it was going to be good, but it never went anywhere. I love slow-burn horror, indie horror, etc. This was none of that. It had one or two creative ideas, but that doesn't make it worth watching.

NikosKlimentos
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22 days ago

Looks good, sounds good, but there's nothing here but atmosphere. It isn't scary, it doesn't build to anything, it just eventually ends. It reminded me of the film Rubber, but at least Rubber had a tire you could laugh at.

aaronrevere
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25 days ago