|release date||August 26 2005|
|director||Wilhelm Liebenberg, Federico Sanchez|
|writer||Wilhelm Liebenberg, Federico Sanchez|
|starring||Conrad Pla, Caroline Néron, Victoria Sanchez, Sarah Manninen, Ilona Elkin, John Dunn-Hill, Nick Baillie, Arthur Holden, Kathleen Munroe, Romano Orzari|
|tagline||Four hundred years ago, she killed 650 women to bathe in their blood. It is happening again...|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisWhen the wife of Raymond Pope, a Montreal vice cop with questionable morals, disappears, the trail leads him to the home Elizabeth Kane, a disturbingly beautiful woman who taunts him with information, but denies him any answers. A dangerous game of cat and mouse ensues as Pope’s investigation reveals that while Elizabeth, along with her servant, Irina, have no documented history, they seem bizarrely connected to the past - particularly that of Erszebet Bathory, the Transylvanian countess who murdered 650 women in order to bathe in their blood. The closer Pope gets, the more sadistic Elizabeth becomes, systematically targeting those around him and framing him for their murders.
For all its lofty ambitions, “Eternal” is just about my least-favorite kind of horror movie: the “gorgeous and boring” kind. You know the kind I mean – those horror films that look like issues of Architectural Digest shot from the world’s slowest dolly. The kind where vacuous, beautiful people languish in vacuous, beautiful locations despite the fact that they are vice cops and babysitters and have no right whatsoever being there. The kind of horror movie where the only horror is a misplaced vase. …Read More