Romina (2018) is a Spanish movie. Diego Cohen has directed this movie. Francisca Lozano,Arantza Ruiz,Oliver Nava,Claudia Zepeda are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Romina (2018) is considered one of the best Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
A shocking assault inspires horrific violence when a group of teens encounters a girl from their school while camping in a remote spot.
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First of all, the production of the film is very, very poor. Looks like a bad school project. The plot is unsubstantial and unjustified, the acting is lousy. Special effects makeup is unbelievable. Not only a terrible horror film, but one of the worst movies I have ever seen.
There is absolutely no doubt that this film took inspiration from classic genre/horros films like Meir Zarchi's I Spit On Your Grave. Say what you will about those movies but they were pioneers of a genre that made us feel the real terror of the evils of humanity. This movie? Not so much. The movie takes place on Crystal Lake, tho it is never explained if we are talking about THE Crystal Lake where Jason Voorhees call home. But it has a basic plot of a group of very annoying young adults going for a weekend getaway that would have gone smoothly until some of them decided to take advantage of a shy girl and stupidly think they would suffer no consequences. The acting is bad, the movie is predictable, it re-hashes a genre that has been forgotten and instead of bringing it back it actually helps bury it a little more. The direction is all over the place, and even some supposed surprises are moot at the end because the inept director fails to make us care about the characters. This has to be one of the worst horror movies I have ever seen in my entire life.
This is the worst movie I have ever seen. How on earth did this make its way into Netflix? It was probably some film-student project... Nope, not even going to try and justify it. Don't watch it. Just don't.
This movie sucks. It is awful in every aspect of movie making, from acting and script, to plot and setting. You could spend 114 minutes or so staring at your living room wall and feel more entertained.
I have seen A LOT of horror films. It's definitely my favourite genre. I have come to expect mediocre things from Netflix produced horror and this was no different. It's going for your typical slasher in the woods type flick but spends too much time on atmospheric water shots and synth music and not enough actual character development. It's reminiscent of I Spit on Your Grave but if it were written in like 10 minutes. The opening sequence drew me in with its unusual cinematography but kicked me right back out again with its' lackluster plot and one dimensional characters. All in all, lame.