MALUM – Review

We are not responsible for the sins of our parents, but sometimes we have to pay the bill. That is what Jessica discovers in “Malum”, directed by Anthony DiBlassi, reimagining his own film “Nightshift” (2014).ñ

The purpose of being scary is accomplished being shocking and grotesque, in a good way. Confuses the audience, making it nervous of not knowing what is real and what is a vision.


It is a singlw location movie which can make look a little slow  but the other elements compensate it

A good horror option to watch, you’ll feel something with it. Cannot tell you for sure what, but you”ll not be indifferent.

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