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The Seasoning House [Blu-ray]


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The Seasoning House - where young girls are prostituted to the military. Angel (Rosie Day), an orphaned deaf mute, is enslaved to care for them. She moves between the walls and crawlspaces, planning her escape. Planning her ingenious and brutal revenge.

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
I was very pleasantly surprised at how well made this film ended up being Dec 23 2013
By Manuel A. Saez - Published on Amazon.com
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I had no previous knowledge of this film before watching it, so I was not prepared at how incredibly visceral the movie ultimately was. I have seen many movies on the horrors of brothels and sex slaves, but I was taken aback at how terrifying some of these places could be. Whomever was responsible for such a convincing cast and location, as well as special effects that actually made me cringe, such be commended. This film will leave you shaken, disturbed, and wanting to know more about what girls like this have gone through. It makes for great entertainment, but also leaves you thinking about the film for days after you have watched it.
24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Sadly, this really happens Dec 13 2013
By AES - Published on Amazon.com
Great movie. It scared me because sex-trafficking is a very real problem in Eastern Europe, as well as other countries. According to U.S. estimates, 4 million people find themselves modern day slaves each year--especially in the post-Soviet war torn Balkans. People don't like to think about this sort of thing, so it's often presented in a way that makes it forgettable. This movie is different in that it dares to go into real life human horrors. Face your fears of what humanity can be like and watch it.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
interesting Dec 12 2013
By jm - Published on Amazon.com
this actually turned out to be a good movie, its about human trafficking in war time, and other then that I wont give any spoilers, but I will say I sat through it and found it to be worth the rental, Rosie Day did an amazing job playing Angel.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.25 Stars: Surprsingly good revenge/thriller movie March 8 2014
By The Piper at the Gates - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I hadn't heard of this film until recently. I read others commenting on the film's violence and brutality, so I was immediately interested. I can say that I was definitely surprised on how good this movie actually was, especially since it is a fairly unknown, lower budget production. The plot is pretty simple. An enslaved deaf and mute girl, called Angel, is given the role of "caretaker" to a house full of sex slaves, who are prostituted to the military. She befriends one of the girls there, which eventually leads to her revenge and escape from her "employers". I will admit, the first half or so of the film, can be a little slow. And the whole film is dark and bleak from start to finish. The last 30 minutes or so, the film picks up the pace. And when the film picks its moments to be brutal, it is just that, brutal. The special effects were great, which was a big surprise to me. The ending I thought was just so-so. I thought it was just a little too ironic how unlucky the main protagonist was, in that that she seems to running into 'bad' people that were somehow connected to the very same people she was trying to get away from. But even with that being said, I was still impressed with this one overall. The acting, production, and story (though simple) were all good. But the violence/special effects were really the strong point and the most effective part of the film to me. I recommend this one if you're interested in revenge-type of films. It's not on the same level of brutality or violence as a "I Spit on Your Grave", but it does pack a bit of a punch.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
LISTS, VIKTOR, LISTS. Sept. 12 2013
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
The aftermath of an Eastern European war is that young girls are forced into prostitution. Angel (Rosie Day) is a young mute girl who is taken to such a place. Viktor (Kevin Howarth) who runs the place has taken a liking toward her and has her in charge of shooting up the other girls. She befriends one of the girls who knows sign language.

The soldiers who come there are mean and cruel. Angel, makes Fiona Apple look obese, as she crawls through air vents like my cats do when I yell at them for changing the channel. The first half of the film is slow establishing the characters and scenario.

This is not the exploitation film one expects from the cover and title. I enjoyed the dark irony of the ending which was worth the wait.

Worth a view if you liked "The Whistleblower".

Parental Guide: F-bomb, rape, male rear nudity. No female nudity.

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