Four twentysomethings find themselves stuck on a cursed antique bed where leaving means suffering a gruesome death. Allan suddenly convulses and flees to the hallway where he is killed by a crawling woman. Ren is supernaturally attacked and torn apart while suspended above the bed, showering Sandy and Nancy in blood. Even with facades of familiarity to flat personalities, characters still squeeze out a few clever quips to put a little lightness into the heavy carnage of blood waterfalls, broken bones, and exploding internal organs. The film is more psychological with its horror. It's simply unthinkable that he would be able to deduce such things, especially in so short a time. Carrie tells Virgil her belief that the bed punished Doug for abusing a child.
Ignore the silly title, Bed of the Dead tells its story with a straight face to mixed results. Virgil calls Detective Ellis, who is in a parallel room 18 where Virgil lies dead. This lull is distracting, though not a dealbreaker, and the third act recovers before spreading the plot additionally thin. Inexplicably, Sandy connects with Virgil and the two of them eventually realize they are able to communicate even though their timelines are two hours apart. الحلقة 127 مترجمة بالعربية كاملة يوتيوب متابعة الحلقة 127 مترجم بالعربية شاهد لايف مشاهدة وتحميل قيامة موقع هلا سيما ,مشاهدة افلام ,افلام اون لاين , افلام اجنبية اون لاين , مشاهدة مباشر, سينما , مترجم , مسلسلات , مسلسل , الحلقة ,افلام هندي اون لاين , افلام هندى مشاهدة اون لاين , افلام هندى مدبلج اون لاين , افلام هندية رعب للكبار , افلام هندية رومانسية , افلام هندية مترجمة , مشاهدة احدث الافلام الهندية , موقع ايجي بست يتيح لك تحميل احدث الافلام و الاغانى و البرامج و الالعاب و المسلسلات و مباريات كرة القدم و المصارعة و المزيد.
The bone-crushing, gut-busting effects once again come from the discerning hands of the ever-impressive Carlos Henriques and his crew at The Butcher Shop, with Ariana Roberts heading up an amazing makeup team. Sandy sees a vision of her previous boyfriend Jake, who died protecting her from a gunman. Realizing that he has traded places with Sandy to be punished for his crime of killing an innocent man, Virgil sits on the bed and shoots himself. Plagued with frightening hallucinations, they must figure out the bed's secrets before they are ultimately picked off one by one. The patrons died in room 18, which has also been linked to previous cases of murder and suicide, and now contains the cursed bed. Virgil, played by cop character actor Colin Price Late Night Double Feature 2016 , soon discovers that the charred remains of a massive bed in the burnt room was the culprit in the deaths of five people found within and near the room. Despite the bizarre premise, it actually maintains a sense of serious dread throughout.
However, it turns out that the similarities are probably coincidental. While the others sleep, Fred is lured off the bed by a vision of his old dog Rocky. Where the biggest problem lies with the movie is with the four characters stuck on the bed. The film trusts you to recognize its throwback type of terror without knowingly winking or screaming for attention through overinflated irony. A cursed bed only makes as much sense as it has to. Sandy tells him of her plan to kill herself by taking the bed with her. Fred is then supernaturally mauled and dragged under the bed.
Sandy and Nancy plead for his help, but Allan is lured toward the bed by a vision of the two women seducing him. For these friends, a half-hearted foursome turns fearsome when they discover they cannot escape from the bed without being paranormally, and painfully, butchered to death. Virgil visits Carrie Ensler, whose pedophile husband Doug died on the bed several months earlier. In the present, alcoholic homicide detective Virgil Carter is called to The Anarchist, a private sex club, to investigate the deaths of five people alongside fellow detective Ellis. Sandy is able to retrieve her cellphone from the floor and call for help. The film opens with the construction of the bed of the dead from a tree visited many times by murder and sacrifice. While Virgil may be a main character, most of the film plays out in the near-past, following Sandy and her three friends as they take the soon-to-be death bed for the night in hopes of a birthday foursome.
Roll eyes or sigh at seeing this is the start of the story and the film has already lost you. Personally, his back story did not interest me much, but actor Colin Price is the lightning rod that holds the cast together, so it's great to see he has many upcoming projects in the works. A group of young adults have rented a room at a seedy looking motel for a group sex session, something that only the two blokes seem into. The four friends get on the bed and begin experiencing horrifying hallucinations. I mean, if you think about it, how many movies can there possibly be about a killer bed? The parallel timeline concept works wonders and keeps the audience on its toes as all the pieces of the puzzle fall into place, ensuring a film set almost entirely in the confines of hotel room 18 is all the more electrifying than it might sound on paper. A sleazy club patron named Allan enters the room.
Several of these scenes could burn away entirely without the film suffering a consequence other than being under an hour in length. Maher directs adeptly, and the camera work is far superior to many theatre-run horror features of late such as the Insidious series, ultimately adding mounds of class to the final product. Virgil learns that Carrie touched the bed, but did not die. There's no reason to believe this film was meant to be a deep, intellectual thriller and it would not be fair to criticize the creators for something they never intended. Performance-wise, most of the cast are clearly committed to their roles, with Alyssa King and Colin Price shouldering most of the movie, harboring more demons in their closets than most.
Somehow he is able to figure out how to anger the bed, as well as how to survive it. The lead detective has more depth to him, enough so we can actually start to like or dislike him as his story unfolds. The script deals admirably with a core cast of what, on paper, are strict stereotypes—the douchey jock, the bromance-best-friend, the sexpot, the good girl gone bad, and the broken alcoholic detective—and lets the actors put enough nuance into their performances so as to make them feel more alive than their descriptions should allow. Four robed druids of some sort, one of whom holds a book of occult mumbo jumbo, tie a man to a tree and viciously stab him to death. I also really liked the club owner quite a bit, but this is probably because he's one of those supporting roles that works best in small doses. We are not given even a hint at an explanation and any attempt by the viewer to figure it out will only result in a headache.