RUN TIME: 93 MIN
7 Sins SYNOPSIS:
7 Sins is divided into seven segments, each one unique in its voice, acting, story, and style. While the seven deadly sins are cemented in Catholic Theology and are always the same, the interpretation by any single person is always different, and this assemblage is no exception. This film uses the themes within its subtext and introduces, and then wildly perverts, the punishments associated with the 7 Deadly Sins.
7 Sins: REVIEW
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Raw, brutal, and beautiful “7 Sins” is an anthology series broken up into 7 parts, each representing a different interpretation of the one of the 7 deadly sins. Each part is beautifully shot and pulls no punches. The filmmakers involved took great risks that often pay off making for some truly shocking cinema. Crapping gold coins, shoving needles in a penis, and banging sex dolls is only a small sample of the mayhem in this flick. If you’re a sinner like me who enjoys the macabre and bizarre you will love ”7 Sins”.
There were a ton great performances and some welcomed familiar faces in the film. Great modern grindhouse talents like Sophia Cacciola (Blood of the Tribades), and Chiara Pavoni (Just a child) were a few that stood out to me. Both are powerful performers who take great risks in their projects which I greatly appreciate. There were 8 directors on this project all of whom did a masterful job.
Rent this movie if you like:
Horror – ANTHOLOGY