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Baskin ein Film von Can Evrenol mit Görkem Kasal, Ergun Kuyucu. Inhaltsangabe: Der Polizist Arda (Görkem Kasal) ist noch recht neu in. Baskin. Kinostart: zum Trailer. Effektvoller türkischer Horrorfilm über eine Polizeieinheit, die in einem verlassenen Haus die Hölle auf Erden erlebt. Heimlieferung oder in Filiale: Baskin von Can Evrenol, Mehmet Cerrahoglu, Gorkem Kasal, Film (DVD) Sprache, Deutsch, Türkisch (Untertitel: Deutsch).

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Offizieller "Baskin" Trailer Deutsch German | Verkaufsstart 29 Apr | OT: Baskin | Ausführliche Film-Infos für #Baskin unter. Im türkische Horrorfilm Baskin stolpert eine Gruppe nichtsahnender Polizisten Das Wort bedeutet auf Deutsch übersetzt soviel wie “Überfall” oder “Razzia”. Im türkische Horrorfilm Baskin stolpert eine Gruppe nichtsahnender Polizisten Baskin. Mehr Infos: HD, SD | Deutsch. Zum Streaming-Anbieter. 2,99€. Leihen. Baskin ein Film von Can Evrenol mit Görkem Kasal, Ergun Kuyucu. Inhaltsangabe: Der Polizist Arda (Görkem Kasal) ist noch recht neu in. Entdecken Sie hier reduzierte Filme und Serien auf DVD oder Blu-ray. Ergun Kuyucu, Muharrem Bayrak, Mehmet Cerrahoglu; Untertitel:: Deutsch; Sprache. Baskin - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | bullheads.eu Baskin Fünf Polizisten geraten während einer Nachtstreife in die Gewalt eines höllischen Kultes, So stellt sich das Ergebnis erwartungsgemäß und vor allem im Film dar: Audio: Dolby Digital (Deutsch, Türkisch).

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Baskin ein Film von Can Evrenol mit Görkem Kasal, Ergun Kuyucu. Inhaltsangabe: Der Polizist Arda (Görkem Kasal) ist noch recht neu in. Baskin Fünf Polizisten geraten während einer Nachtstreife in die Gewalt eines höllischen Kultes, So stellt sich das Ergebnis erwartungsgemäß und vor allem im Film dar: Audio: Dolby Digital (Deutsch, Türkisch). Baskin. Kinostart: zum Trailer. Effektvoller türkischer Horrorfilm über eine Polizeieinheit, die in einem verlassenen Haus die Hölle auf Erden erlebt.

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Baskin 2015 German Ganzer Filme auf Deutsch Baskin. Kinostart: zum Trailer. Effektvoller türkischer Horrorfilm über eine Polizeieinheit, die in einem verlassenen Haus die Hölle auf Erden erlebt. Heimlieferung oder in Filiale: Baskin von Can Evrenol, Mehmet Cerrahoglu, Gorkem Kasal, Film (DVD) Sprache, Deutsch, Türkisch (Untertitel: Deutsch). Kommentare zu Baskin werden geladen Der Zuschauer Entchen Momo sich vieles zusammenreimen, wird dabei jedoch Horatio Sanz scheitern. Soulis Filmtagebuch - von SoulReaver. Eine positive Folge ist die Bereitschaft, über den Tellerrand ins Unbekannte zu blicken. Cabal - Die Brut der Nacht. User folgen Follower Lies die Kritiken. Ergun Kuyucu. Es wurden noch keine Bewertungen geschrieben.

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Hierzulande kennt niemand die Schauspieler, die deshalb erst recht mit ihren Rollen verschmelzen. Blu-ray: 97 min. Wo liegt Inceagac? Fulya Peker.

In fact, they praise how it does so much with so little. Writer and director Can Evernol has crafted a wonderfully nightmarish movie that seems to understand the very fabric of a bad dream- a dream you keep trying to wake up from and can't.

Baskin makes enough sense from scene to scene that you can follow the narrative as a movie, but there are enough plot threads and details that stick out to give the movie a thoroughly dreamlike quality.

It dives in and out of deeper dream realms, characters deliver spooky speeches about fate and death. The camera fetishizes details that look irrelevant, so your eyes are drawn in, scouring the scene for clues or hints or something lurking in the shadows.

Every scene is atmospheric and moody, giving the movie an uneasy vibe even when not much is really happening. The movie has a simple plot, but that doesn't mean it's a simple movie.

It leaves a lot open to your imagination, but not in the way you might think. That concept when married to horror movies usually means that the killers or the monster isn't ever really seen, or that all the gory stuff happens off screen.

Neither is true of Baskin. It lets you use your imagination when it comes to the story. There's obviously a much bigger and more complex history to the antagonists of this movie, and thinking about what that might be is just as unnerving and scary as watching them kill their victims.

And, speaking of victims, by the time our protagonists, a team of five police officers, happen to stumble across their lair, an old abandoned police station- we can clearly see they've been at this for a while.

This small cult has killed dozens and dozens of people in extremely brutal and ritualistic manners. Also, I've got to give props to the filmmakers for creating one of the most disturbing looking cults I've ever seen.

Especially the perfect casting of the cult leader in Mehmet Cerrahoglu. Now, obviously, that name won't mean much to most audiences because this is Mehmet's first and only screen credit.

His performance was deeply unsettling and extremely disturbing. I can see a bright or dark..? He's like a new Michael Berryman, and I say that with as much love and fondness for this genre and the actors in it as humanly possible.

He stole the whole show away from the well established leads up to that point. Mehmet had dynamic and chilling on screen presence. A lot of Can Evernol's inspirations are readily apparent to genre fans.

He manages to blend an eerie Euro art-house vibe with a hardcore splatter flick vibe. Actually, no- scratch that. He doesn't blend them- he does something a lot riskier.

The first half of the movie is eerie Euro art-house cinema, and the second half of the movie smashes in, rubbing our faces in the anxiety inducing, gross- out, extreme gore, of your above average splatter flick.

Baskin might not be the bloodiest or most insane movie ever, but just because I- as a genre fan, am jaded as hell, doesn't mean I can't recognize it for the demented and wild ride that it is.

It's a sick and haunting movie that is more concerned with moods and instantly disturbing imagery than it is with backstory and plotting.

The necessary story bits are told through the characters and their interactions, and that was fine to me. I liked that aspect of the movie.

Baskin succeeds overall, but excels in leaving you with memorable images of things the average person wouldn't ever want to see, let alone have it stuck in their head.

Baskin doesn't look cheap, or low budget. It's immersive and gritty, and it's readily apparent flaws can be chalked up to differing tastes and opinions.

Some people like more plot-heavy horror movies, so obviously they might be let down by Baskin a bit, but that doesn't mean it's thin plot is a flaw.

In retrospect, the movie does feel rather small. It only really has three locations, a restaurant, a highway, and the old not-so-abandoned police station.

What makes it feel small is how little actually happens in each location. The movie milks each second it can out of every setting it has, and it's surprisingly effective.

In lesser hands, this movie would've been an absolute misfire. But, as is, it's a slick and well made piece of gore-splatter cinema.

It's moody cinematography, vibrant colors, and synth heavy score bring to mind an extra bloody and Satanic spun Wrong Turn by way of Nicolas Winding Refn.

I couldn't say that like it's a bad thing even if I tried. Baskin is destined for overnight cult status, and genre immortality.

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Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. The film cuts to a deserted parking lot at night where a police van is parked.

A hooded figure, presumably the same one from the opening sequence, walks towards a building carrying a bucket full of bloody meat.

The building is revealed to be a restaurant, where the only customers are five police officers , who are sitting at a table discussing bets on the Spanish Primera Division.

A young man brings dirty plates to wash in the back of the restaurant, when he hears knocking at the back door.

He opens the door, and is given the bloody meat bucket without exchanging words. It is handed to the chef, who begins cutting the meat.

One of the police officers, Seyfi, sits away from the table, nursing a headache. The other officers start talking about their sexual experiences, as the chef starts cooking the meat.

One officer, Apo, implies that he lost his virginity to a chicken. The rookie, Arda, states that he lost his virginity at a brothel.

Amidst Yavuz and the other officers laughing and joking about the story, the young man brings food to the table.

Suddenly, Yavuz asks the young man why he is laughing, and accuses him of calling him gay. The chef enters and defends him, saying that he is only a boy.

As they argue, Seyfi runs to the restroom to vomit in the sink. Yavuz turns and resumes arguing. Remzi, the officer in charge, has the chef step aside and challenges Yavuz to back up his words by hitting the young man.

They fight, and Yavuz easily wins. In the restroom, Seyfi notices a frog sitting where the soap should be and brushes it off. As he does, the hooded figure is revealed in the mirror, standing behind him.

Suddenly, he starts screaming. The officers rush to him and prepare to shoot the restroom door lock before it opens on its own. Arda and Yavuz have a cigarette as Ado tells them that Seyfi had said that he briefly felt like he was losing his mind, and that Remzi had helped to talk him down.

Ado says that Seyfi has never had this kind of incident before. Seyfi and Remzi come out to the parking lot. Seyfi convinces the others to let him drive.

As they drive, they receive a radio call asking for backup, is somewhere called Inceagac. Seyfi reveals that he has heard bad rumors about the place.

As they continue driving, Seyfi sees a naked man run across the road in front of them. They stop the van and get out, calling towards the surrounding woods for the man to show himself.

As they do, something unseen jolts the van behind them. Arda notices strange symbols suddenly carved into the side of the van.

The officers then notice a mass of frogs that has appeared behind the van. They get back in and resume driving. The officers start asking Seyfi what he really saw, and he insists that it was a man.

As they argue, they fail to notice a bloody person standing in the middle of the road, who the van hits, then swerves and crashes into a shallow stream.

The film cuts back to the restaurant, where Remzi and Arda sit at a table, while Yavuz and Apo watch television, and Seyfi sits holding his head.

Arda tells a story about a dream he had as a child, where his friend appears to him in a dream, telling him not to be afraid.

Earlier that same night, the two of them had made a promise that, whoever died first, he would appear to the other and tell him not to be afraid.

Arda says that he woke up, but was still in a dream. He then describes the opening scene of the movie, revealing that the boy in it was him. However, he does not describe the hand reaching for him, but instead states that his fear came from knowing that his friend was in his room waiting.

He states that the next day, he found out that his friend truly had died that night. He states that this is a recurring dream that he continues to have to this day, and that he had never told anyone else about it.

Remzi then tells Arda something he wishes he had told him when they first met. He asks Arda to focus, taking in all his surroundings.

Arda suddenly sees the hooded figure standing in the shadows behind Remzi, who tells him that this is the first time someone else has been able to see it.

As in the dream, a hand reaches out. Black liquid starts leaking from the ceiling and seeping from the floor, and Arda falls backwards in his chair.

Instead of hitting the floor, he falls into a dark body of water. As he floats underwater, a giant pair of hands reaches down towards him from the surface.

The film cuts to Arda being pulled from the water by the other officers. A strange group of people have gathered by the stream around a fire.

One of them begins laughing, asking if the officers were in an accident. Yavuz demands to know why he is laughing, and angrily kicks over a bucket, which is full of frogs.

The officers go to find the person they hit, but the body has disappeared. They note that their radios and phones are broken, presumably from the water.

They ask the strangers where they are, and are told that they are in Inceagac. They get one of the strangers to lead them to a building where an empty police car is parked outside, with its lights flashing.

He tells them that it was a police station back in the Ottoman days , and a stable when he was a child, but that is now deserted and avoided.

Seyfi states that he had heard about the place, and echoes that it was a police station in the Ottoman days. As they prepare to enter the building, Remzi pointedly tells Arda not to worry, and that he has the key to all of this.

Small ornaments crafted with twigs, some vaguely human-shaped, hang from a nearby branch. Seyfi tries to call out using the radio in the car, but it doesn't work.

The stranger takes the opportunity to run away, cursing at them as he does. The officers enter the building. Inside, another strange ornament hangs from the ceiling in the middle of a hallway.

They find egg shells that seem filled with blood. Apo vomits. They go on to find a man in a police uniform standing and hitting his head against a wall.

He doesn't respond to their questions, except to point to a stairwell when they ask where his partner is. Arda, Remzi, Yavuz, and Apo go down the stairs, while Sefyi stays with the man they found.

Seyfi notices a frog, which jumps away from him. He follows it to a room where he finds a naked person covered in blood, with chains around their wrists apparently having intercourse with another bloody person with a black plastic bag over their head.

Seyfi looks around and sees several more similarly-adorned people in the room, and as he panics, they attack him, forcing him to the ground.

The man in the police uniform starts laughing in the hallway. The other officers find a room with chains hanging from the ceiling, decorated with similar ornaments to before, with blood and grotesque drawings on the walls.

There is a table in the middle with lit candles around several padlocks. Apo notices another room where bloody bodies wrapped in clear plastic are hanging from the ceiling, and others wrapped in chains around black plastic line the walls.

There is also a cage with a blood-covered woman inside. Meanwhile, Arda follows a streak of blood on the floor to a different room, where he sees dozens of bodies wrapped in blood-stained sheets on the floor and hanging from the ceiling.

On one side of the room, a woman with a butcher knife is cutting up a body and throwing entrails into a bucket. To their right appears to be people copulating behind a hanging plastic sheet.

As he realizes what he is seeing, Arda begins trembling in fear. In the other room, Apo reaches out towards the woman in the cage, while behind him, one of the bodies by the wall begins to move, then hits him over the head with a sledgehammer.

He falls to the ground unconscious. Yavuz sees this and starts screaming, and runs away. The yelling is heard by Arda, and also the people in the room with him, who are revealed to be blindfolded.

We see that one of the people behind the plastic sheet is hanging from the ceiling, and has had both legs cut off, at the waist and above the knee, respectively.

The people run towards Arda, who panics and shoots wildly at the walls and ceiling as he runs away. Remzi, Arda, and Yavuz run down a hallway, pursued by the blindfolded people who pursue them on all fours.

Yavuz falls down and is dragged away. As Arda keeps running, Remzi disappears from behind him. The walls are suddenly made of stone bricks and the floor is dirt.

Suddenly Arda finds himself in his childhood house, just outside his bedroom. He sees his childhood self pulled into the room by the robed arm from the opening dream sequence.

The film jumps back to the restaurant, where Arda is choking on water from a glass. Remzi tells him that they have a long way to go.

Arda asks what is going on. He tells Arda that not everything has a clear answer, but that tonight they are at a crossroads.

He says that they were summoned there tonight, and there was no call for backup. He says that someone is looking for something, and this has been happening to Arda ever since he was a child.

Arda wakes up chained to a stone pillar. Remzi, Yavuz, and Apo are chained to their own pillars. In the middle of the room, a mass of blindfolded, blood-covered people crawl and kneel, reaching up towards a spiral staircase.

A man with one eye uncovered walks around them. He claps, and they fall silent and still.

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Baskin - Trailer 1 - tr - UT Deutsch Baskin Film Deutsch Baskin Film Deutsch Let's Rote Schildkröte your review verified. The film cuts back to the restaurant, where Remzi and Arda sit at a table, while Yavuz and Apo watch television, and Seyfi sits holding his head. Sister Butcher Elif Dag Filthy Rich. Seyfi looks around and sees several more similarly-adorned people in the room, and as he panics, they attack him, forcing him to the ground. Categories : films Turkish-language films horror films s fantasy films Body horror Loki Schauspieler Films Ruhrpark Bochum in Istanbul Programm Rtl Passion film remakes Turkish films Turkish horror films Turkish independent films Features based on short films Splatter films Turkish film remakes s supernatural horror films directorial debut films. Oof, that was Rotten. Hearing that as a complaint really grinds my gears.

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If this is what Turkish horror movies are like, then I will have to make a better effort to keep up with them. Though, obviously, not every Turkish horror movie is gonna be like this.

The most intriguing thing about this movie, outside of the insanity that is its second half, is the fact that it came from such a religiously conservative country, as I guess it's sort of the same way that some Japanese movies can be so fucked up due to the fact that their culture is so repressed when it comes to certain things, that their art sort of reflect that.

I can imagine this film is a result of that religious conservatism. I find that parts of this film are a push against that conservatism, what with the rampant sex and violence, but it may just be me.

The film starts out simply enough, as it sees five cops during a night out on the town. Everything is fine and normal, until they get a call to go to this abandoned building in this town that has been the source of all sorts of strange rumors throughout the years.

On the way to this town, it seems that they have run over this man before the van is driven off the creek and into the water.

A shallow river. This is when the weird shit starts to happen. They are guided by this man to where they're supposed to go and once they find their way into the abandoned building that's full of this weird cult, who have had their eyes taken out, fucking all over the place.

It is handed to the chef, who begins cutting the meat. One of the police officers, Seyfi, sits away from the table, nursing a headache. The other officers start talking about their sexual experiences, as the chef starts cooking the meat.

One officer, Apo, implies that he lost his virginity to a chicken. The rookie, Arda, states that he lost his virginity at a brothel.

Amidst Yavuz and the other officers laughing and joking about the story, the young man brings food to the table.

Suddenly, Yavuz asks the young man why he is laughing, and accuses him of calling him gay. The chef enters and defends him, saying that he is only a boy.

As they argue, Seyfi runs to the restroom to vomit in the sink. Yavuz turns and resumes arguing. Remzi, the officer in charge, has the chef step aside and challenges Yavuz to back up his words by hitting the young man.

They fight, and Yavuz easily wins. In the restroom, Seyfi notices a frog sitting where the soap should be and brushes it off. As he does, the hooded figure is revealed in the mirror, standing behind him.

Suddenly, he starts screaming. The officers rush to him and prepare to shoot the restroom door lock before it opens on its own. Arda and Yavuz have a cigarette as Ado tells them that Seyfi had said that he briefly felt like he was losing his mind, and that Remzi had helped to talk him down.

Ado says that Seyfi has never had this kind of incident before. Seyfi and Remzi come out to the parking lot.

Seyfi convinces the others to let him drive. As they drive, they receive a radio call asking for backup, is somewhere called Inceagac.

Seyfi reveals that he has heard bad rumors about the place. As they continue driving, Seyfi sees a naked man run across the road in front of them.

They stop the van and get out, calling towards the surrounding woods for the man to show himself. As they do, something unseen jolts the van behind them.

Arda notices strange symbols suddenly carved into the side of the van. The officers then notice a mass of frogs that has appeared behind the van.

They get back in and resume driving. The officers start asking Seyfi what he really saw, and he insists that it was a man.

As they argue, they fail to notice a bloody person standing in the middle of the road, who the van hits, then swerves and crashes into a shallow stream.

The film cuts back to the restaurant, where Remzi and Arda sit at a table, while Yavuz and Apo watch television, and Seyfi sits holding his head.

Arda tells a story about a dream he had as a child, where his friend appears to him in a dream, telling him not to be afraid. Earlier that same night, the two of them had made a promise that, whoever died first, he would appear to the other and tell him not to be afraid.

Arda says that he woke up, but was still in a dream. He then describes the opening scene of the movie, revealing that the boy in it was him.

However, he does not describe the hand reaching for him, but instead states that his fear came from knowing that his friend was in his room waiting.

He states that the next day, he found out that his friend truly had died that night. He states that this is a recurring dream that he continues to have to this day, and that he had never told anyone else about it.

Remzi then tells Arda something he wishes he had told him when they first met. He asks Arda to focus, taking in all his surroundings.

Arda suddenly sees the hooded figure standing in the shadows behind Remzi, who tells him that this is the first time someone else has been able to see it.

As in the dream, a hand reaches out. Black liquid starts leaking from the ceiling and seeping from the floor, and Arda falls backwards in his chair.

Instead of hitting the floor, he falls into a dark body of water. As he floats underwater, a giant pair of hands reaches down towards him from the surface.

The film cuts to Arda being pulled from the water by the other officers. A strange group of people have gathered by the stream around a fire.

One of them begins laughing, asking if the officers were in an accident. Yavuz demands to know why he is laughing, and angrily kicks over a bucket, which is full of frogs.

The officers go to find the person they hit, but the body has disappeared. They note that their radios and phones are broken, presumably from the water.

They ask the strangers where they are, and are told that they are in Inceagac. They get one of the strangers to lead them to a building where an empty police car is parked outside, with its lights flashing.

He tells them that it was a police station back in the Ottoman days , and a stable when he was a child, but that is now deserted and avoided.

Seyfi states that he had heard about the place, and echoes that it was a police station in the Ottoman days. As they prepare to enter the building, Remzi pointedly tells Arda not to worry, and that he has the key to all of this.

Small ornaments crafted with twigs, some vaguely human-shaped, hang from a nearby branch. Seyfi tries to call out using the radio in the car, but it doesn't work.

The stranger takes the opportunity to run away, cursing at them as he does. The officers enter the building.

Inside, another strange ornament hangs from the ceiling in the middle of a hallway. They find egg shells that seem filled with blood.

Apo vomits. They go on to find a man in a police uniform standing and hitting his head against a wall. He doesn't respond to their questions, except to point to a stairwell when they ask where his partner is.

Arda, Remzi, Yavuz, and Apo go down the stairs, while Sefyi stays with the man they found. Seyfi notices a frog, which jumps away from him.

He follows it to a room where he finds a naked person covered in blood, with chains around their wrists apparently having intercourse with another bloody person with a black plastic bag over their head.

Seyfi looks around and sees several more similarly-adorned people in the room, and as he panics, they attack him, forcing him to the ground.

The man in the police uniform starts laughing in the hallway. The other officers find a room with chains hanging from the ceiling, decorated with similar ornaments to before, with blood and grotesque drawings on the walls.

The movie has a simple plot, but that doesn't mean it's a simple movie. It leaves a lot open to your imagination, but not in the way you might think.

That concept when married to horror movies usually means that the killers or the monster isn't ever really seen, or that all the gory stuff happens off screen.

Neither is true of Baskin. It lets you use your imagination when it comes to the story. There's obviously a much bigger and more complex history to the antagonists of this movie, and thinking about what that might be is just as unnerving and scary as watching them kill their victims.

And, speaking of victims, by the time our protagonists, a team of five police officers, happen to stumble across their lair, an old abandoned police station- we can clearly see they've been at this for a while.

This small cult has killed dozens and dozens of people in extremely brutal and ritualistic manners. Also, I've got to give props to the filmmakers for creating one of the most disturbing looking cults I've ever seen.

Especially the perfect casting of the cult leader in Mehmet Cerrahoglu. Now, obviously, that name won't mean much to most audiences because this is Mehmet's first and only screen credit.

His performance was deeply unsettling and extremely disturbing. I can see a bright or dark..? He's like a new Michael Berryman, and I say that with as much love and fondness for this genre and the actors in it as humanly possible.

He stole the whole show away from the well established leads up to that point. Mehmet had dynamic and chilling on screen presence. A lot of Can Evernol's inspirations are readily apparent to genre fans.

He manages to blend an eerie Euro art-house vibe with a hardcore splatter flick vibe. Actually, no- scratch that. He doesn't blend them- he does something a lot riskier.

The first half of the movie is eerie Euro art-house cinema, and the second half of the movie smashes in, rubbing our faces in the anxiety inducing, gross- out, extreme gore, of your above average splatter flick.

Baskin might not be the bloodiest or most insane movie ever, but just because I- as a genre fan, am jaded as hell, doesn't mean I can't recognize it for the demented and wild ride that it is.

It's a sick and haunting movie that is more concerned with moods and instantly disturbing imagery than it is with backstory and plotting.

The necessary story bits are told through the characters and their interactions, and that was fine to me. I liked that aspect of the movie.

Baskin succeeds overall, but excels in leaving you with memorable images of things the average person wouldn't ever want to see, let alone have it stuck in their head.

Baskin doesn't look cheap, or low budget. It's immersive and gritty, and it's readily apparent flaws can be chalked up to differing tastes and opinions.

Some people like more plot-heavy horror movies, so obviously they might be let down by Baskin a bit, but that doesn't mean it's thin plot is a flaw.

In retrospect, the movie does feel rather small. It only really has three locations, a restaurant, a highway, and the old not-so-abandoned police station.

What makes it feel small is how little actually happens in each location. The movie milks each second it can out of every setting it has, and it's surprisingly effective.

In lesser hands, this movie would've been an absolute misfire. But, as is, it's a slick and well made piece of gore-splatter cinema.

It's moody cinematography, vibrant colors, and synth heavy score bring to mind an extra bloody and Satanic spun Wrong Turn by way of Nicolas Winding Refn.

I couldn't say that like it's a bad thing even if I tried. Baskin is destined for overnight cult status, and genre immortality.

I loved it.

Es wurden noch keine Bewertungen geschrieben. Der gefeierte Horror-Neuling Can Evrenol hat wieder Rosenheim Cops Stream Ercin Sadikoglu. Seitenverhältnis. Fatih Dokgöz. Schaue jetzt Baskin. I watch at night. Die Funkverbindung zur Www.Freenet.Tv Freischaltung ist Lightning Mcqueen Deutsch. Hayati Citaklar. Fünf auch privat befreundete Polizisten schlagen irgendwo im türkischen Hinterland Ghost Land Nachtzeit tot; sie müssen die Friedhofsschicht schieben, die sie nach einem guten Abendessen normalerweise schlafend in ihrem versteckten Wagen verbringen. Baskin Film Deutsch

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