Moscow Zero

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  • R
  • 2006
  • 1 hr 22 min
  • 3.0  (1,848)

Moscow Zero is a 2006 horror film directed by María Lidón and starring Vincent Gallo, Oksana Akinshina, and Val Kilmer. The film is set in the underground tunnels of Moscow, Russia and revolves around the search for a missing professor believed to have discovered the entrance to Hell. The movie begins with an American student named Owen (played by Gallo) arriving in Moscow to find his missing brother. Owen meets a young Russian woman, Lyuba (played by Akinshina), who leads him to an underground club where he meets a group of people searching for the missing professor. The group is a mix of Russians and foreigners, and they all have their own reasons for wanting to find the professor and the entrance to Hell.

Val Kilmer plays the role of Sergei, a shady Russian businessman who provides money for the search in exchange for the artifacts and treasures that they may find in Hell. Sergei is a complicated character who is both helpful and dangerous, and Kilmer brings a sense of unpredictability to the role.

As the group descends deeper into the underground tunnels of Moscow, they encounter various obstacles and dangers. They must navigate through narrow passageways and underground rivers while avoiding deadly traps and unexplainable phenomena. The tension builds as they get closer to their goal, and the supernatural elements become increasingly intense.

The film does not rely solely on jump scares and gore to create its horror. Instead, it explores existential questions and philosophical themes, such as the nature of Hell and the possibility of redemption. The characters are all flawed and have their own personal demons they are trying to overcome, adding an emotional depth to the story.

The performances of the cast are overall strong, with Vincent Gallo delivering a convincing portrayal of a man consumed by grief and desperation. Oksana Akinshina is also impressive, as a young woman with a tragic past who is trying to make amends.

The visuals in Moscow Zero are breathtaking, with the underground tunnels of Moscow being a character in themselves. The dimly lit tunnels and eerie atmospheres create a sense of claustrophobia and dread that adds to the film's overall mood.

Overall, Moscow Zero is a unique and thought-provoking horror film that explores the themes of hell, redemption, and personal demons in a compelling way. The film's strong performances and stunning visuals make it a must-see for fans of the horror genre seeking something different.

Moscow Zero is a 2006 action movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 22 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.0.

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    3.0  (1,848)