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Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear ist ein Horror-Anthologie-Film aus dem Jahr , der von Eric England, Nick Everhart, Emily Hagins, Miko Hughes, Jesse Holland und Andy Mitton gedreht wurde. Die Anthologie wurde ursprünglich am Mai im. 5 Senses of Fear. (8)1h 27min SCHMECKEN. FÜHLEN. RIECHEN. SEHEN. HÖREN. Wir haben fünf Sinne - und somit fünf Wege das Grauen zu. Aber ja, wenn es nach 5 Senses of Fear geht. In fünf Kurzfilmen folgt eine Gruppe von Regisseuren und Drehbuchautoren (Eric England, Nick. 5 Senses of Fear ein Film von Eric England und Nick Everhart mit Corey Scott Rutledge, Ted Yudain. Inhaltsangabe: Fünf makabre. 5 Senses of Fear - alle Infos zum Film: Tickets • Trailer • Filmhandlung • Cast & Crew • Jetzt im Kino!

5 senses of fear

5 Senses of Fear. (8)1h 27min SCHMECKEN. FÜHLEN. RIECHEN. SEHEN. HÖREN. Wir haben fünf Sinne - und somit fünf Wege das Grauen zu. Chilling Visions: 5 Senses Of Fear. 1 Std. 27 Min+. From the people that brought you Steve Niles' Remains and Dead Souls comes a terrifying new. 5 Senses of Fear - alle Infos zum Film: Tickets • Trailer • Filmhandlung • Cast & Crew • Jetzt im Kino!

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Smell, the first one doesn't has an original script but you have to watch and go through the first minutes to see what is going on.

It all looks messy after a while for the main lead and it's just on the edge of gore. With the use of a perfume given by a stranger a man do attracts beautiful girls but there's a price to pay.

The body slowly decays. The effects used are really well done. A nice short with excellent shooting and editing.

Sight, again not an original script. There are so many full features about eye removal and replacing them from killers and here we do have a bit of the same.

The instruments used to control the eyesight do capture what's going on in the brain and so we are suddenly into a story about a killer taking revenge on a eye surgeon.

It also has a few of nice effects but isn't that scary at all, nice editing again. Touch, for me that was the weakest of stories involved on this disc.

It never really got my attention. Taste, a lot of blah blah and you're waiting what is going to happen, Beautiful girls running the business and the only thing you want to know is, what kind of work is offered A bit sad about the shaky camera's used but original story, nothing is explained and again on the edge of gore.

Some will be remember the bear trap from Saw. Hearing, the only short made like a documentary. To make it more creepy they are after a Russian tape about some kind of song which do affect people playing that song.

Didn't like it at all because it's a lot of blah blah even as they tried to involve us by removing the sound sometimes to think we would go mad too.

Sadly, you really have to wait until the end before the horror comes in on the found footage. And from there it's uploaded to youtube, so be aware if you are watching youtube Overall, not bad due the quality of all shorts but Hearing and Touch weren't the thing I was waiting for An anthology series about the five senses all interlocked together.

The Good Story-Touch. Stranded in the forest after a car accident, a blind boy tries to find his way to help only to stumble across a serial killer's secret hideout.

Unable to get away, he has to rely on his instincts to get away. While there wasn't a whole lot to really like here, as the ingenuity of the boy having to use his other senses to outwit the madman is negated by the twist ending of requiring him to survive anyway, it really saps the entry of it's potential as the forest setting works nicely and the scenes of him wandering around finding the area is pretty chilling.

As well, it doesn't really use it's targeted sense all that well so it has some problems but remains the best of the episodes.

The Bad Stor ies -Smell. Unlucky in life, a man receives a mysterious bottle of perfume from a strange woman and soon begins a run of good fortune.

However, he soon begins to realize there's dangerous side- effects to the strange accessory.

While on the surface this had some potentially intriguing ideas about the destruction of the human body and how those around us will forgo physical attraction over material wealth, the fact that these are downplayed so significantly in favor of a tired rehashing a romance between separated lovers makes this one feel much longer than it really is.

In addition, the fact that this one never really plays up the fact that the perfume makes all the difference and it never exploits how it smells to others is a real lost art, meaning this one is really only watchable for the make-up effects on the decomposing body.

Sight-Troubled by his loneliness, an optometrist uses his machines to extract his patient's memories and use them to experience their life.

When he inadvertently triggers a homicidal man into a killing spree, he finds himself on the killer's list. Frankly, this could've been something as it really plays on a true fear for once, in that the strange machines at the doctor's office do more than help us, and the stalking in the abandoned office late at night really get quite chilling at times, but this one is just way too short to mean anything.

It's got all the ingredients it needs to be creepy and chilling, except length for everything is over far too quickly and it never really uses the sight angle at all as the whole stolen-memories angle is used to experience their lives, not to fix his ailing sight and the process for stealing memories is happened-upon, which could've made this work more than it does.

It's the closest to going up, but it stays down here. Taste-Heading into an office for an interview, a man finds the agency who called him in to be quite unusual and strange.

When he rejects their offer, he finds himself stalked through the hallways by the executive who has a strange habit of eating the ungrateful.

Quite simply, this was the lamest entry in the series. The main point here is that it has no connection to it's chosen sense, and features a man running away from a woman with a strange contraption on her head that lets her devour human flesh.

It doesn't have any time devoted to it and really seems to be there simply to interconnect all the different story lines together since that's how we know they belong together, but it doesn't do anything with them and feels so lame and unrealistic the image of the contraption is wasted by all the negative elements around it.

Hearing-Attempting to fix a documentary, a film crew finds their subject is an insane music composer who crafted a tune that made people commit suicide.

Unaware of the dangers of their assignment, they soon realize the deadly powers of the song and try to stop it from spreading.

The shaking footage and tons of obscure shots really do this one in, and when the horror finally hits home it's in the last few minutes since all they do is argue with each other over how to edit the piece together and then flashes of the song that they're working on.

A great concept, horrible execution. Just watch the opening sequence and you know you're in for a treat. This movie long is one of the most playful and enjoyable anthologies I've seen in a good while.

I think what sets it apart from others is that it doesn't take itself too seriously and it knows it. All the stories are cleverly produced with rather good acting and effects, camera angles, etc.

The only drawback is that, while it is very entertaining all the way through, it isn't necessarily entirely filled with horror.

The up side to this is that we're given a wide spectrum of horror, suspense, and thriller so that it doesn't grow stale over time.

There are 5 tales and they each feel as if you're being given a gift to open and enjoy. Pretty packaging, full content, and the stories are enthralling to say the least.

It's easy to get into the stories and look forward to what's coming next. Even greater is the fact that they are all tied together with subtle clues as to how they are connected.

But these subtleties are important enough to make you feel the connection in a very roundabout way such as in "Cabin in the Woods. Smell - This tale is about a man who is down on his luck but picks up a special aroma that turns his life around, but at what price?

As an opener, this one doesn't quite set the stage for what's to come. It's possibly the most playful of the 5 tales, but the ending is pretty funky fresh haha.

This one is often considered a weaker tale, but I enjoyed it quite a bit. Sight - This tale is about a lonely man who works as an optometrist and uses his machines to extract memories from his patients in order to enjoy their memories.

He's a stalker basically, but when he finally takes certain matters into his own hands, trouble ensues. This one is rather short, but the build up is great and the finale is very enjoyable and somewhat psychedelic.

It is chilling, gory to a degree, and creepy. The approach of sight on this one is very creative and engaging. Touch - The best tale in my opinion, this one is about a blind boy who seeks help for his family after a car crash.

This tale is amazing and feels so real and almost empowering as the boy makes his way through a rather troublesome environment.

It's further strengthened by the boy's intelligence. Taste - If you've paid attention to the clues throughout the film, this is where they lead you - what ties the tales together.

This tale involves a young man who is offered a job for a strange company. Upon his arrival, things get a little.

You'll never see this one coming, and it's a bit funny while also a tad gruesome. Hearing - A found-footage attempt, this film involves a crew who's task is to compile some found footage into one film.

The film involves a song that has lethal effects on it's listeners. This one is possibly the weakest. It is a great idea, but it lacks in proper execution.

It's neat little way to end everything though I suppose. Not unenjoyable, but not really super enjoyable either. Keep in mind that these were filmed in roughly 4 days per tale, so the window wasn't large, but they did amazing considering.

A great, original anthology. It's refreshing it see a horror movie that focuses on characters and story and not just blood and guts although there are some great squirm-inducing moments in this that made a few audience members quite queasy.

Also, the stories are all loosely tied together, but it's not easy to pick up all the connections on the first viewing.

I'm excited to go back and watch this again to look for more details. My only complaint is that I would have liked a bit more of a wrap-up at the end.

It seems to finish pretty abruptly. But, maybe we'll get more in a sequel! Foxbarking 23 June Although there have been a lot of horror anthologies in the past decade, most have been rather lousy.

The directors on the ads for "5 Senses of Fear" indicated they were hoping this would be the movie to put the new spark in anthology horror.

I really hope that they are wrong. The reason horror anthologies work are because they are able to present the most important elements of a scary story without having to include any of the fluff.

But I think that a lot of young directors don't understand that. They treat this movie as if an anthology is easier to make because there is less work in making a short movie.

A short story often requires more work than a long one because it does not have the time to tell the story and must concentrate on the central theme.

There is really almost no point to this movie at all. None of the stories has an interesting plot and absolutely nothing makes any sense whatsoever.

As I sat and hoped each following story would get better, the movie just descended into the ranks of pure and utter stupidity. What each story lacked in plot, it more than made up for in cheap gross out tactics.

The most common device is poking out eyes. The first story was about smell and it probably had the most story in it.

A man is giving a bottle of cologne that makes him utterly irresistible to everyone. He tries to use it to get his wife back, but quickly finds it brings him the favor of anyone who smells it.

The rub is that it slowly transforms him into a monster as it dissolves his life and flesh away. The shocking twist and I use this term exceptionally lightly involves his remains being used to make more of the cologne.

The story about sight has an eye doctor who has the power to induce the power to see through others' eyes by potions he makes from his patients.

He uses violent scenes to try and make a patient's boyfriend stop beating her, but it ends up empowering the boyfriend to murder.

Touch involves a blind boy trying to find help for his parents when they are injured in a car wreck. He stumbles upon a man who doesn't like to be touched.

This is the only somewhat interesting story in the entire anthology and it is due to the performance of the actor playing the blind boy.

He is the only protagonist you can get behind, but this is not enough to save this movie. Taste is remarkably bad.

It involves a lady who offers people a job and them violently kills them when they refuse. She puts on a big stupid mask and the stupidity flies off the screen.

The last film takes the form of a found footage film; the most overused and highly misused form of horror film today. It involves a composer who composes a song that makes people commit suicide.

It's idiotic and annoying to watch. This is one of the most disappointing movies I have ever seen.

The plots are thin and remarkably bad even for a horror movie. It relies on gross outs displayed by third rate special effects.

You'll find yourself wondering what the directors like so much about poking people in the eyes. As I mentioned in the beginning, horror anthologies can whittle a horror story down to its bare bones.

By cutting the fluff out of the story, a good anthology can present really good stories. This is not one of those movies. It, in fact, does the exact opposite.

There are no stories here, only fluff supported by attempts at gross outs. This movie is a remarkable failure and you should save yourself the time of watching it.

It is pure and utter crap. The one star I gave this movie is way more than it deserves. TdSmth5 10 May Chilling Visions has five stories based on the five senses.

A mysterious but cheery sales lady appears at the door of some divorced loser and gives him a spray bottle of pheromones that will make him successful.

It works but it also rots his skin where applied. He ends up dead and drops from his corpse are used to make more spray bottles.

An ophthalmologist extracts some visual energy from his patients during eye exams and distills into drops that he then applies to his own eyes to see things his patients saw.

He keeps dozens of bottles. When a pretty patient shows up beaten he asks her to send her abusive boyfriend. And with him he applied some mist to his eyes that drives him crazy.

Violence between the two ensue. A family has a car accident out in the woods. The blind kid goes searching for help.

He discovers the car was disabled due to a trap. He walks around, finds more traps, then a house where victims are who tell him of a villain who doesn't like to be touched.

The kid leaves and runs into the crazy guy, who's also the boyfriend from the previous episode.

But the kid is resourceful. A guy is taken in a limo to some corporation. He doesn't know where or why. Everyone acts weird.

When he meets his appointment she offers him a job and warns him that if he refuses he'll be in some unspecified trouble. The job consists of him searching for and reassembling a song, a song that is said to kill the listeners.

He refuses. The chick attacks him. The tapes involve a researcher in the past who's trying to get someone to play the song. They keep getting more tapes and time markers to reconstruct the whole thing.

They succeed. They manage to find footage of a doctor conducting experiments with the song and ultimately end up playing the song for others.

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Sight-Troubled by his loneliness, an optometrist uses his machines to extract his patient's memories and use them to experience their life.

When he inadvertently triggers a homicidal man into a killing spree, he finds himself on the killer's list. Frankly, this could've been something as it really plays on a true fear for once, in that the strange machines at the doctor's office do more than help us, and the stalking in the abandoned office late at night really get quite chilling at times, but this one is just way too short to mean anything.

It's got all the ingredients it needs to be creepy and chilling, except length for everything is over far too quickly and it never really uses the sight angle at all as the whole stolen-memories angle is used to experience their lives, not to fix his ailing sight and the process for stealing memories is happened-upon, which could've made this work more than it does.

It's the closest to going up, but it stays down here. Taste-Heading into an office for an interview, a man finds the agency who called him in to be quite unusual and strange.

When he rejects their offer, he finds himself stalked through the hallways by the executive who has a strange habit of eating the ungrateful.

Quite simply, this was the lamest entry in the series. The main point here is that it has no connection to it's chosen sense, and features a man running away from a woman with a strange contraption on her head that lets her devour human flesh.

It doesn't have any time devoted to it and really seems to be there simply to interconnect all the different story lines together since that's how we know they belong together, but it doesn't do anything with them and feels so lame and unrealistic the image of the contraption is wasted by all the negative elements around it.

Hearing-Attempting to fix a documentary, a film crew finds their subject is an insane music composer who crafted a tune that made people commit suicide.

Unaware of the dangers of their assignment, they soon realize the deadly powers of the song and try to stop it from spreading.

The shaking footage and tons of obscure shots really do this one in, and when the horror finally hits home it's in the last few minutes since all they do is argue with each other over how to edit the piece together and then flashes of the song that they're working on.

A great concept, horrible execution. Just watch the opening sequence and you know you're in for a treat. This movie long is one of the most playful and enjoyable anthologies I've seen in a good while.

I think what sets it apart from others is that it doesn't take itself too seriously and it knows it. All the stories are cleverly produced with rather good acting and effects, camera angles, etc.

The only drawback is that, while it is very entertaining all the way through, it isn't necessarily entirely filled with horror.

The up side to this is that we're given a wide spectrum of horror, suspense, and thriller so that it doesn't grow stale over time.

There are 5 tales and they each feel as if you're being given a gift to open and enjoy. Pretty packaging, full content, and the stories are enthralling to say the least.

It's easy to get into the stories and look forward to what's coming next. Even greater is the fact that they are all tied together with subtle clues as to how they are connected.

But these subtleties are important enough to make you feel the connection in a very roundabout way such as in "Cabin in the Woods. Smell - This tale is about a man who is down on his luck but picks up a special aroma that turns his life around, but at what price?

As an opener, this one doesn't quite set the stage for what's to come. It's possibly the most playful of the 5 tales, but the ending is pretty funky fresh haha.

This one is often considered a weaker tale, but I enjoyed it quite a bit. Sight - This tale is about a lonely man who works as an optometrist and uses his machines to extract memories from his patients in order to enjoy their memories.

He's a stalker basically, but when he finally takes certain matters into his own hands, trouble ensues. This one is rather short, but the build up is great and the finale is very enjoyable and somewhat psychedelic.

It is chilling, gory to a degree, and creepy. The approach of sight on this one is very creative and engaging. Touch - The best tale in my opinion, this one is about a blind boy who seeks help for his family after a car crash.

This tale is amazing and feels so real and almost empowering as the boy makes his way through a rather troublesome environment.

It's further strengthened by the boy's intelligence. Taste - If you've paid attention to the clues throughout the film, this is where they lead you - what ties the tales together.

This tale involves a young man who is offered a job for a strange company. Upon his arrival, things get a little. You'll never see this one coming, and it's a bit funny while also a tad gruesome.

Hearing - A found-footage attempt, this film involves a crew who's task is to compile some found footage into one film. The film involves a song that has lethal effects on it's listeners.

This one is possibly the weakest. It is a great idea, but it lacks in proper execution. It's neat little way to end everything though I suppose.

Not unenjoyable, but not really super enjoyable either. Keep in mind that these were filmed in roughly 4 days per tale, so the window wasn't large, but they did amazing considering.

A great, original anthology. It's refreshing it see a horror movie that focuses on characters and story and not just blood and guts although there are some great squirm-inducing moments in this that made a few audience members quite queasy.

Also, the stories are all loosely tied together, but it's not easy to pick up all the connections on the first viewing.

I'm excited to go back and watch this again to look for more details. My only complaint is that I would have liked a bit more of a wrap-up at the end.

It seems to finish pretty abruptly. But, maybe we'll get more in a sequel! Foxbarking 23 June Although there have been a lot of horror anthologies in the past decade, most have been rather lousy.

The directors on the ads for "5 Senses of Fear" indicated they were hoping this would be the movie to put the new spark in anthology horror.

I really hope that they are wrong. The reason horror anthologies work are because they are able to present the most important elements of a scary story without having to include any of the fluff.

But I think that a lot of young directors don't understand that. They treat this movie as if an anthology is easier to make because there is less work in making a short movie.

A short story often requires more work than a long one because it does not have the time to tell the story and must concentrate on the central theme.

There is really almost no point to this movie at all. None of the stories has an interesting plot and absolutely nothing makes any sense whatsoever.

As I sat and hoped each following story would get better, the movie just descended into the ranks of pure and utter stupidity.

What each story lacked in plot, it more than made up for in cheap gross out tactics. The most common device is poking out eyes.

The first story was about smell and it probably had the most story in it. A man is giving a bottle of cologne that makes him utterly irresistible to everyone.

He tries to use it to get his wife back, but quickly finds it brings him the favor of anyone who smells it.

The rub is that it slowly transforms him into a monster as it dissolves his life and flesh away. The shocking twist and I use this term exceptionally lightly involves his remains being used to make more of the cologne.

The story about sight has an eye doctor who has the power to induce the power to see through others' eyes by potions he makes from his patients.

He uses violent scenes to try and make a patient's boyfriend stop beating her, but it ends up empowering the boyfriend to murder.

Touch involves a blind boy trying to find help for his parents when they are injured in a car wreck. He stumbles upon a man who doesn't like to be touched.

This is the only somewhat interesting story in the entire anthology and it is due to the performance of the actor playing the blind boy.

He is the only protagonist you can get behind, but this is not enough to save this movie. Taste is remarkably bad.

It involves a lady who offers people a job and them violently kills them when they refuse. She puts on a big stupid mask and the stupidity flies off the screen.

The last film takes the form of a found footage film; the most overused and highly misused form of horror film today. It involves a composer who composes a song that makes people commit suicide.

It's idiotic and annoying to watch. This is one of the most disappointing movies I have ever seen. The plots are thin and remarkably bad even for a horror movie.

It relies on gross outs displayed by third rate special effects. You'll find yourself wondering what the directors like so much about poking people in the eyes.

As I mentioned in the beginning, horror anthologies can whittle a horror story down to its bare bones. By cutting the fluff out of the story, a good anthology can present really good stories.

This is not one of those movies. It, in fact, does the exact opposite. There are no stories here, only fluff supported by attempts at gross outs.

This movie is a remarkable failure and you should save yourself the time of watching it. It is pure and utter crap.

The one star I gave this movie is way more than it deserves. TdSmth5 10 May Chilling Visions has five stories based on the five senses.

A mysterious but cheery sales lady appears at the door of some divorced loser and gives him a spray bottle of pheromones that will make him successful.

It works but it also rots his skin where applied. He ends up dead and drops from his corpse are used to make more spray bottles. An ophthalmologist extracts some visual energy from his patients during eye exams and distills into drops that he then applies to his own eyes to see things his patients saw.

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Movies 3 days ago. Movies 4 days ago. Toys 5 days ago. See directed by Miko Hughes follows Dr. Tom Ted Yudain , an optometrist that is able to see through the eyes of his patients.

This is initially fun for him until he discovers that one of his patients is experiencing domestic abuse at the hand of her boyfriend Lowell Byers.

Tom tries to intervene by using his ability to cause the boyfriend to experience hellish visions, but this soon backfires.

Touch directed by Emily Hagins follows a young blind boy that must go search for help after his parents are wounded in a car accident.

In his desperation he comes across a killer who has an aversion to being touched Lowell Byers , and who is living in a set of abandoned buildings.

Taste directed by Eric England is centered upon Aaron Doug Roland , a hacker that finds himself in a large corporate building at the bequest of Watershed businesswoman Lacey Symba Smith , who wants to interview him.

He's offered a lucrative job, but refuses and is instead treated to a deadly encounter. Listen directed by Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton is a found footage short that follows two men making a movie about Listen, My Children , a song that has the ability to kill.

5 senses of fear Chilling Visions: 5 Senses Of Fear. 1 Std. 27 Min+. From the people that brought you Steve Niles' Remains and Dead Souls comes a terrifying new. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu 5 Senses of Fear. Fünf Sinne - Fünf Horror Shorts. Schmecken. Riechen. Fühlen. Sehen. Hören. CHILLING VISIONS: 5 SENSES OF FEAR Story Eine gar makabre und äußerst kurzweilige Geschichtensammlung über die menschlichen. When he inadvertently triggers a homicidal man into a lili simmons spree, he finds himself on the killer's list. Sign in to vote. The reason horror anthologies work are because they are able to present the most important elements of a scary story without having to include any of the fluff. The only other bonus is a deleted scene from the short film Smell that adds nothing to the story and will not be missed. What each story ant man movie4k in plot, it more than made up for in cheap gross out tactics. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. If anything, I'd characterize it as a series of unsettling and disturbing scenarios. It relies on gross outs displayed by third rate here effects.

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