Der Nachtmahr (2015)
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AKA: The Nightmare
Directed by: Akiz
Starring: Carolyn Genzkow (Tina), Wilson Gonzalez Ochsenknecht (Adam), Sina Tkotsch (Barbara), Arnd Klawitter (Father), Julika Jenkins (Mother), Kim Gordon (Teacher)
Country: Germany; Effed Up European Movies
Language: German (Eng Subs); Effed Up German Cinema
Genres: Mental Illness, Teen
Plot – Spoilers:
A German teen teetering on the brink of sanity has been doing casual drugs and soon experiences mental wtfery of the time-bending sort.
It all starts when she sees some deformed fetuses earlier in the day and a version of one of them soon plonks itself in front of her refrigerator, before setting up base in her room. Guess it’s a good thing she hadn’t seen some of the movies on here instead of just a deformed fetus.
Began by thinking itd be a mix between E.T. and a coming of age teen girl flick and was surprised! Basketcase meets E.T. Meets Gaspar Noe ? lol
I hate this movie, I hate this website and I hate everyone posting comments in here!!!
I think you mean teetering not tethering.
Hate to be that guy………..
Or do l?
Ps love your site!
wow,this is my new favourite movie and im fussy,loved it so much it will be in my head all day.i love eum in general apart from the repeat offenders leaving insults for ea other in comments section …bravo germany 10/10
you guys seen Morbius yet? its definitely one of the movies of all time
WOW that was really really good! … and the music is awesome. Thank you, nice discovery!
Can I borrow your finger . . .
Ha made you look !
Loved your movie, the soundtrack,
the makeup and the priceless review .
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Hello everyone!!! Just came here to say that actually I’m a little girl
Aaahhh, the terrors of the mind… well done Admin, great psycho horror gem from Germany! The end was a bit of a let down but what a ride nonetheless!!!
Great movie. Terrible people.
Hey admin !
Congratulation on your
nomination for the
Nobel Prize in Literature 2023.
“who, in movie commentary
of great hilarity,
has uncovered the
abyss beneath our
illusory sense of connection
with the world.”
I am writing you from germany and i have to say that in the land of great directors like Joerg Buttgereit or Helge Schneider and FX “professionals” like Olaf Ittenbach and this guy called Schnaas it takes a lot more than some foetus video watch app to “catch” a psychosis.
If you want to loose your mind just visit an average german techno party.
That should do the trick. 😀
whats happening? no idea but it was fun to watch
You wrote the best movie comment of all time!
“Guess it’s a good thing she hadn’t
seen some of the movies on here
instead of just a deformed fetus.”
I’ll bet your viewers are thinking,
after 5 years, EUM (born Eamonn Caleb Javier)
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(hint: by writing movie reviews)
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(trans How to Write a Movie Review Like a Pro)
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Avoid writing in the 1st person:
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(trans Good luck!)
Fantastic film depicting the horrors of mental illness. Excellent story and special effects. I love the song “Grey Sedan” by Wild Style Lion featuring Kim Gordon that plays over the closing credits. I really like this film. 5 stars.
Another outstanding German film that deals with mental illness is “The White Sound” (2001) starring Daniel Bruhl and directed by Hans Weingartner, his directorial debut. I searched for years online to find a version with English subtitles and finally found one on You Tube on the Zac Waddington channel (the channel has a picture of a purple smurf). Hans Weingartner has made 5 other movies with mental illness as the focus and I can’t find any of them online or even to buy. One of his films that I am dying to see is called “Hut in the Woods” (German title “Die Summe meiner einzelnen Teile”) (2011).