Thanatomorphose (2012) is a English movie. Éric Falardeau has directed this movie. Kayden Rose,Davyd Tousignant,Émile Beaudry,Karine Picard are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2012. Thanatomorphose (2012) is considered one of the best Horror movie in India and around the world.
Inexplicably, a lively young woman is slowly dying. What started as a rash and a grotesque dark bruise, it keeps spreading, and, even though she still holds on, a terrible scourge is eating her alive from the inside. Now, her job at the hospital, her friends, and her love life have all become fractions of a once-regular life, as, sooner or later, her body will blemish from the blooming flowers of decay, and the stigmata of an unfathomable punishment that demands a transcendental change. Little by little--as the festering wounds claim the remaining flesh--the woman finds herself reduced to a mere fragment of her former self, with a few grim Polaroids being the only remnants of her existence. Inevitably, before Death's omnipotence, any resistance is futile, as the feeble and malleable flesh succumbs to life's ultimate truth: what was once alive, undoubtedly, shall perish.
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I simply cannot believe this movie rates a 5.6 when it honestly only deserves a rating of 0.6 Take it from me, this movie is absolute trash! No dialog! No plot! No Acting! Pretty much NO anything! 100 minutes of a woman basically running about naked in her home with her flesh rotting off her and making no attempt to visit a hospital. Are you kidding? Oh and she has a dropkick boyfriend that only comes over for sex and there's a few shots of his junk as well. The cameraman seems to take much pleasure in focusing in on filming these so called actors junk. I would have been better off spending the 100 minutes I did watching this in rearranging my sock drawer instead.
There is no reason on earth to sit through this God awful movie. I somehow made it to the end, with deep regrets for wasting my valuable time. A woman living alone in an apartment, where the entire film takes place; I guess the director had a very small budget, has sex with a very nasty man who treats her badly. After he leaves, the woman's health problems begin. With no explanation, a fingernail falls out, she vomits repeatedly and clumps of hair come off of her scalp. Black and blue marks appear all over her body. Instead of visiting a hospital, our heroine just wanders from room to room while naked, and nothing to remedy the situation. Maggot crawl from open sores and blood oozes out, landing on the hard wood floors. A couple of male friends appear and try to help, but they do not succeed. The music is loud and intrusive, and the flashes in between look like Nine Inch Nails videos from The Downward Spiral. Buy that album, but avoid this garbage.
Thanatomorphose in French means the visible signs of an organism's decomposition caused by death.The main character of Canadian art-house gore flick "Thanatomorphose" starts to literally decompose after having sex with her vulgar and abusive boyfriend.The film takes place in the claustrophobic apartment of a young woman in the vein of Roman Polanski's "Repulsion".There is plenty of graphic gore,bile and filth on display-especially in the second half of the movie.Adittedly the make-up and special effects are excellent and truly stomach-churning.Still there is almost no plot and there are some dull spots during the first half of "Thanatomorphose".The film can be seen as the metaphor of empty and useless existence of the main character,though.7 decomposing bodies out of 10.I am fairly sure that "Nekromantik","Aftermath" and "Guinea Pig V:Mermaid and the Manhole" were huge influence here.
First, I saw "Contracted". Loved that one, was drawn into it little by little, wanting to see more, to see where it is heading and the destination left me speechless. Afterwards, hearing that it might have been copied from one called "Thanatomorphose", which, was supposed to be even better, I was as happy as a horror fan can be. So thank you people for getting my hopes high! I'll be forever grateful to you! NOT! The movie is bad, it is just one bad movie. The plot as thin as it can get, the character depth is pretty much 0, dialogue missing, the actions, or lack of actions, amazing, overall, how can anyone say that this, is better than Contracted?!? I am truly amazed! Don't get me wrong, I'm a huge horror fan, since ever, seen hundreds of them and always crave for more, but not this, not this at all. And to be put in the horror section? Really? Why? Cause of the graphic content? It's somewhere between gore and torture porn. Seriously! Listen, and listen carefully: watch Contracted, chances are that you might really like that one, be pleasantly surprised and so on. This one right here, is slow, boring and heads to a direction with a wall at the end. Bad!
Warning: Spoilers The gore, the horror, the claustrophobic atmosphere, the slow tempo of the whole movie is not the problem. It is the solution. I watched it a few days ago, and I can't say I wasn't left without scars, or without scares. Both. The gory moments have done their work and the slowness has done its, too. I spent a few days thinking about how this could metaphorically mean anything, and just this morning, it hit me. This movie can be a metaphor for the whole human person, and what happens to it if it doesn't think of the consequences of its actions. Blindly following what comes from the outside (presented as the guys entering the apartment) just shows a person unwilling to change her/s fate. Not asking for help is another symptom of this behavior. Bruises, than the blindness, is just what happens to a person not fighting the world. Not taking notice of the black spot on the wall (possibly signifying the danger) leads to nothing but death. And taking all of those entering the apartment with you is the point. Inevitably ending in complete decay in the end.