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1h 35m
Horror, Thriller
Following the death of her estranged father, Iris learns she has inherited a run-down, centuries-old pub. She travels to Berlin to identify her father’s body and meet with The Solicitor to discuss the estate. Little does she know, when the deed is signed she will become inextricably tied to an unspeakable entity that resides in the pub’s basement – Baghead – a shape-shifting creature that can transform into the dead.
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Directed By: Alberto Corredor

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Xiofire says...
2 weeks ago
Initially giving off an air of competency, Bagheads greatest trick is making you believe for 30 minutes that this is going to be a decent horror flick. Imitation Talk to Me without all the trappings that make that movie so special. Add in some poor performances and the usual, infuriating horror tropes, and you're left with Baghead; a linear, loud-noise simulator that will only appease those who can shrug off a decent narrative in the name of cheap jump scares and hammy acting.
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HulkWannabe83 says...
7 days ago
Good idea! Poor story telling. For some reason it bothered me that everyone just accepted everything just a little too easily. I just needed one character to go "Nope, f**k this s**t I'm out."
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JustFrank says...
7 days ago
Cool concept but unfortunately poorly executed while being entirely boring and eventually predictable. For horror, it isn’t scary and the other annoying thing was that they were warned that the entity shouldn’t be talked to longer than 2 minutes but they never once used that advice and wonder why shit went bad. What a strange decision to set this in Berlin, why not in England when you have English characters and an English pub? I wouldn’t recommend it.
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natebjones says...
2 weeks ago
A really great plot that just doesn't hit the spot. I really like the concept of this movie and I feel it could be brilliant, but I just didn't click with it and found myself waiting for it to finish. Which is a shame.
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Featured User Reviews

3 months ago
"Iris" (Freya Allan) unexpectedly inherits a dilapidated pub from her estranged father (Peter Mullen) and is actively encouraged to just sell it by the solicitor (the always good at the creepy characters Ned Dennehy). She decides to spend a night - along with some VHS instructions - in the place to More
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