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Blood for Irina (VOST)

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Blood for Irina, 1 DVD, 70 minutes


Tourmentée par ses démons, Irina, un vampire de plus de 100 ans sent venir la fin... La nuit tombée, elle se révèle pourtant être une redoutable prédatrice, assoiffée de sang, traquant ses proies sans vergogne... En attendant sa dernière heure, Irina trouve refuge dans un vieux motel miteux de bord de plage qu'elle partage avec le responsable de l'hôtel. Mais l'arrivée d'une nouvelle occupante, une prostituée, va bientôt déranger la quiétude des ces deux habitants, remettant en cause leur fragile équilibre... Trois personnes, que tout semble opposer, doivent cohabiter ensemble. Trois personnes prises au piège dans un monde de décrépitude, vivant au bord du gouffre... Trois personnes qui au final pourraient avoir beaucoup plus en commun qu'il n'y parait...

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Good artists borrow, great artists steal 2 septembre 2013
Par Dennis Feeback - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The film is said to be inspired by the works of Jean Rollin and Jess Franco. Let's be honest, inspired is to far too mild a word. Imagine a Rollin film with no dialog, no story, no sex or nudity and no skill behind the camera and you've got the idea. Oh Alexander does a fine job of hitting most of Rollins beats. Lots of decay, a pretty woman milling around in slow motion, the sea, etc. It's mostly all there but there's no soul behind it. There is certainly no problem with inspiration but there is a fine line between inspiration and plagiarism. A popular quote says that "Good artists borrow, great artists steal." If that is the case Chris Alexander is one of the greatest artists of our time.

At the end of the day one has to wonder how a film can be made that apes Rollin and Franco, two of the biggest horndogs in Euro sleeze cinema, and not have a single nude scene? I mean that's one of the main reasons to check out Euro trash films. At least Rollin and Franco attempted to have a pretense of a story. Alexander does not even bother. If you read the back of the box there seems to be a story implied, but if you watch the film there is no indication that half of that is going on. There is next to no dialogue and no one is named in the film itself. There is not even a hint of story structure just some pretty visuals strung together. At least Alexander has a decent eye for visuals; maybe if he used someone elses script he could make a decent film. Alexander also need to maybe collaborate a bit, his name is on damn near every line in the credits. I think he even played the women and did the catering.

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Horror Junkie's Review: Not for average horror fans... Art-house style, visual poem 2 juillet 2014
Par Elizabeth Renee Blue - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I saw the words :"fever dream... inspired by Rollin, Franco, and Herzog" I had no choice but to dial it up. As soon as it began, I realized it was not a conventional film, more of an extreme art house, midnight movie, so I turned it off and watched it later, when I was in the head for it: late night. This is NOT for your average horror fan or vampire fan. If you watch horror for visceral thrills and don't think much or care much about the themes, and once the movie's off you pop back happily into the "normal" world and carry on, then stop reading, click off this page. This is not for you. If you are still reading, and you also love art house cinema, poetry, the nonlinear, non-narrative obeying language of dreams, and are not put off by low(er) budget constraints, then you might like this. There is NO dialogue. Its primarily a visual poem. The music accompanying it is complementary, (not a Berberian type film where sound takes center stage). The premise- and that's what it is, not a story but a depiction of an experience- a dying vampire (female) on her last run, so to speak. That alone is a very interesting concept. A dying vampire... Evokes end of the human world imaginings, and as such fits in very nicely in our 'apocalyptic' boom. Funny how horror captures the largely unconscious feelings of dread that different eras experience for different reasons (the historical and cultural context in which a film is born). It would appear that the unconscious is really concerned with extinction right about now. But I digress... The lack of dialogue was fitting for me, as the strength of this film is to situate me in the POV of the dying vampire. Language must be irrelevant, only a tool, little to no symbolic function, for a creature that has lived for centuries. How banal casual conversation must feel like. Also, loneliness is a central feature of vampiric existence. This film let me feel it, as much as I've ever felt it in any vampire film. Some scenes are quite beautiful. There is little hallucinatory, surreal visual effects, as compared to the Eurohorror auteurs, or arthouse in general. The setting is a decrepit motel by a sea, which heightens the character's alienation and decay. However, I would've appreciated more of the aforementioned effects to tantalize my senses, though I know you trade realism for that. I just felt like the ruination presented in this film quite 'in your face', was not always presented in the most interesting way. But that's reality for ya. The scenes where Irina is vomiting blood had an unusual effect on me. I haven't watched a horror movie that I can't eat to but I really felt like retching at times while watching some of those scenes. I think that's a good thing but perhaps others wouldn't. Over all, Blood for Irina is a very creative effort that cares nothing about mainstream/commercial values and should be seen only by those who can appreciate it for what it is. Why view it and then bash it for what it isn't, and never tried to be? It took me less than 2 minutes to see my assumptions about it were wrong and to wait to see it at a more appropriate time. I also see no theft in it, as the lack of dialogue and narrative structure is not something anyone would employ if they wanted to "do" any director, except maybe Lynch. I googled the director after seeing this and I found out he's the editor of Fangoria. I imagine he has the resources and knowledge to make a derivative Eurohorror film if he wanted to do that. This is altogether different, in a class of its own. If you've seen and enjoyed something like, "Begotten" by E. Elias Merhige, though this one is far more naturalistic looking and without grain, and a lot of color, then you might appreciate Blood for Irina.
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Blood for Irina 23 août 2013
Par Diane F - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I bought this DVD recently. This movie is supposed to be a psychological bloody vampire tale. Irina is a predator stalking the streets at night looking for blood. It has won (supposedly) a couple of best film & director awards by some MICKEY MOUSE festivals. This is printed on their art cover so that you hopefully will get sucked into buying this BORING-DULL-SLOW MOVING-POORLY MADE -ACTED-& DIRECTED piece of complete GARBAGE. This movie is about as scary and exciting as watching paint dry, however, it is a good movie to watch if you are an insomniac-this film should put you to sleep without any problems. Don't tell me I didn't warn you. Bad mistake to buy (like I did) or even rent.
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Bizarre and Haunting Art Horror 2 septembre 2013
Par MovieMeltdown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This is a strange one. I'm not sure if I liked it but I'll never forget it. Very dark and surreal and sometimes really beautiful. Obviously a low budget film but very arty and interesting if a little too slow for my taste. The girl in it was fantastic and the music was creepy.
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