Watch: Realm Of Souls 2013 123movies, Full Movie Online – Last year, a group of filmmakers set out to investigate 13 of the most haunted locations in Georgia in order to gather footage of the supernatural for use in their next horror film. They would never return… What they unleashed was the evil that lies deep within an ancient site of unholy terror ever-looking for a way to escape. Lead by Chase, their director and owner of the Production Company they all have worked so closely with, this group of eight actors, filmmakers, and crew have become much more of a family. Together they and others have combined to investigate many haunted locations without incident – that is until they venture deep into the dark and dense Georgia woods to the infamous area known as The Devil’s Tramping Grounds. After 3 days without contact, the last remaining group working with Spirit World Productions on the upcoming horror film, assemble with the intention of finding their friends and bringing them back…However, once they too enter The Devil’s Tramping Grounds they quickly find there is no escape. Lead by Paul, Chase’s brother, they must decipher the footage their friends have left behind and use it as a guide to unravel the horrifying mystery of what happened if they have a prayer to get everyone out safely, with their souls in tact. Realm of Souls blends found footage with a cinematic feast for the eyes as no film has attempted before. The intricate story and authentic performances combine with the blending of every genre of horror in such a way that Realm of Souls is destined to become the most exciting and terrifying original horror thrill ride movie goers have seen in recent memory. This film is the ‘Opus’ of horror movies for all horror fans! Enjoy the ride and grab hold of your Soul…!.
Plot: Last year, a group of filmmakers set out to investigate 13 of the most haunted locations in Georgia to gather evidence of the supernatural for their next horror film… they never finished. This is the movie they never got to make.
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Realm of Souls: So bad parts of my body ached afterwards
This part found footage part live action ghost themed horror is an utter mess. Though the opening scene suggests a small level of competence it quickly descends into a presentation of how not to make a movie.
Group of people go into the woods to seek their missing friends and the usual happens, running around in the woods at night time screaming.
Lots happens, none of it interesting and by the end you realise that practically nothing at all was explained and yet you still can’t find it in yourself to care.
So very very bad.
Not a sausage
Soundtrack is ridiculous and doesn’t fit the scenes at all
Deeply annoying cutaway sections
Story makes no sense
Things I Learnt From This Movie:
Found footage movies always loose credibility when they have a soundtrack!
When being stabbed a person will actually scream ow repeatedly
In the name of Christ nothing can harm you apparently. Any volunteers to test this?
My Review Of “Realm Of Souls”
The story is a multi-layered amalgamation of traditional third person point-of-view, found footage and supernatural-with the classic killer-in-the-woods amping things up. It sounds complicated, and a bit too much, and in most cases these attempts are just that. There is often incoherent story arcs, schizophrenic scene changes, etc., something that Smith managed-for the most part-to avoid with “Realm Of Souls”. The story manages to stay together and move forward as intended. There are some sticky points that sort of irked me, the constant switching between the genre film styles at this rate of transition does distract some from the intense chilling atmosphere at times.
The other aspect of “Realm Of Souls” that was a bit bothersome was the ineffectual supernatural characters, and the fact that the first forty minutes – after an awesomely gratuitous opening sequence-feel flat and seemed to drag on too long. Other than that there is so many more things to like about this one. The fact that Chase Smith is able to make this amount of film stylizing, and different horror elements string together is a sign of real talent and story telling. The cast give decent performances for the most part, bringing the characters closer to “believable”. There are times that many of the cast get shaky and lose the drama in several scenes, but it is inconsistent, which never makes the film un-watchable.
The special effects and creature make-up both are nicely accomplished through practical and standard CGI-only what is necessary to tell the supernatural aspect of the story. There is plenty of gore, blood splatter, and screams in “Realm Of Souls” to entertain most horror fans, provided you get past the cinematic choices that Smith takes to bring this nightmare to life. I hung in there and I am glad. Although the points I mentioned that bothered me-really bothered me, every time the dark, creepy horror took over in the film I felt satisfied. The kills are delightful in this one. Blunt, visceral, and gruesome.
Overall “Realm Of Souls” is a worthy effort to create a more interesting found footage ghost story. Chase Smith takes a chance and on many levels it works to his good. The story is fluid, layered, and dark. The blood and guts get a B from me, although I think he could have upped the ante with more graphic, splatter flick kill sequences. The soundtrack is hit or miss with some good instrumental and music choices pushing against a few really bad ones that just didn’t fit the scene or enhance the moment, other than that “Realm Of Souls” is one that I will watch again.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 58 min (118 min), 1 hr 44 min (104 min) (South Korea)
Director Chase Smith
Writer Chase Smith
Actors Lance Paul, Ella Bardine, Jon Bailey
Country United States
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