Wekufe (2016)

A student travels with her boyfriend to Chiloé, remote Patagonia island in southern Chile, to investigate the link that exists between the high number of sexual related crimes and the myths 'n' legends that surround this mysteriou...
  • 4.6 /10.0 IMDB Rating:
  • DatePublished:
  • 2018-09-07 Added:
  • Writer:
  • Javier Attridge, Director:
  • Jennifer Mackay, Producer:
2 / 10

A real review to offset the fake review.

I wouldn't bother writing a review but the only other review is a 10/10. It's clearly someone involved with the film. Posting fake reviews and deceiving people is not cool and it happens too often on this site.

I love found footage horror. If the film is bad..No big deal. I'm not going to come here and trash it. HOWEVER, if you're going to try to mislead people, you deserve to be called out. This movie is terrible. It not scary or creative. It's 70 minutes of talking about a silly monster and a 5 minute ending that fails miserably in its attempt to be scary.

Don't waste your time or money. OR go ahead and watch it. Just make sure you come back here and let the people know if this is a 10/10..or even a 5/10.

6 / 10

10 Nominations and 7 Wins

I haven't seen this movie yet. My plan is to watch it tonight. Sort of hard to believe that with 10 Nominations and 7 Wins, the movie is as abhorrent as some would think. I'll revise when I'm done.

8 / 10

Great Folksy Found Footage Flick

The movie really picks up toward the end. But the whole thing is great. The story, the acting, and the setting was all good. Imagine what the director could do with more budget.

10 / 10

Foreign folk horror found footage - at its finest!

This movie combines three of my absolute favorite movie genres: Found Footage, Foreign (here, Chilean), and Folk Horror. It's a terrific story of two students chasing down the connection of sexual crimes and native folklore. Very good acting and gorgeous background. The story is really captivating and fascinating, especially the ties to the Chilean folklore and Chiloe people. Enjoy! I loved it so much that I bought it for my foreign film collection.

6 / 10

LATIN AMERICAN HORROR

I THINK THAT THE DIRECTOR JAVIER USES BIG CLICHéS TO REFER TO AN UNDERLYING PROBLEM IN A CHILEAN COMMUNITY, ALTHOUGH IT DOESN'T HAVE BIG SCARES AND LACKS A CREEPY FEELING IN HIS CINEMATOGRAPHY, HE MANAGES TO TELL A SOCIAL PROBLEM, THAT'S WHY HAVING SO LITTLE HE ACHIEVES A LOT, IT HAS HAD A LONG TOUR IN FESTIVALS OBTAINING SEVERAL AWARDS, IT IS A GOOD WORK HOWEVER I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE HAD MORE FEELINGS ESPECIALLY CLOSER TO THE GENRE HE USES.