Voice Criticism: fresh terror

Voces was released today on the Spanish card, directed by Ángel Gómez Hernández; starring Rodolfo Sancho, Belén Fabra and Lucas Blas.

Sara, Daniel and their son arrive at the house where they intend to start a new life, unaware that this property has always been known in the surroundings as "the house of voices". The boy, Eric, is the first to notice that behind each door strange sounds are hidden and voices are intuited that seem to try to communicate with the family. It quickly becomes a haunting reality for her parents, too.

Voces comes to renew Spanish terror,

who has been mistreated by movies like Malasaña 32 or Un monster comes to see me. This is the first film by Ángel Gómez, which opens in a big way, creating a work that exudes love for the horror genre, a love that I know offers us with the mix of eastern and western terror, one of the strengths of Voces together with the clear references to the genre, which may subtract originality. The camera treatment is brilliant, but the script is on another level, who manages to entertain and, most importantly, manages to scare. And it does not hide from today, using mobile devices as an important element in the plot, giving it the current touch so necessary. The weak point of the script is that try to cover many frames without focusing on one, what subtracts a homogeneity that is missing.

Voces has a great cast,

the three protagonists They are up to the task and they cannot be faultedThe three of them form this terrified family that is capable of transmitting those fears. All the characters are subjected to cruelty that helps prevent anything that happens from being predictable. The photography is dense and dark, thus helping the setting, but, on the other hand, it doesn't get heavy, giving lightness to the plot. The sound is recharged which facilitates tension, making an impeccable film in the technical aspect. We have a different movie than the ones Spanish terror has offered us, giving it a touch of fresh air.

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Voices

Voices

Title : VoicesPublication date : 2020-07-24Synopsis: Sara, Daniel and their 9-year-old son arrive at the house where they intend to start a new life, unaware that this property has always been known in the surroundings as "the house of voices". The boy, Eric, is the first to notice that behind each door strange sounds are hidden and voices are intuited that seem to try to communicate with the family. What they initially attribute to a product of Eric's imagination quickly becomes a disturbing reality for his parents too.Director (s): Ángel Gómez HernándezCast: Rodolfo Sancho
Bethlehem Fabra
Lucas BlasGender : Terror.


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