Traveling to Berlin in search of clues about his son's girlfriend's killer, policeman Michael Martens ventures beyond the safety of his small town and into the mind of a madman. A suspect has been arrested, but Michael's fears haven't been put to rest. The more he questions this supposed murderer, the more mysterious the case becomes. This riveting German horror film contains all the ingredients of true suspense.
Christian Alvart’s Antibodies (German title Antikorper) is a film full of potential, containing stunning camera work but destroys itself with the weight of its over-laden and super-obvious imagery. Serial Killer Gabriel Engel (Andre Hennicke) is captured and incarcerated. He refuses time and time again to say anything of meaning to any of the police or mental health professionals. Meanwhile in a provincial part of Germany, a part-time policeman and full time Catholic, … more
Movies about serial murderers have flooded theaters and Dvd shelves for quite sometime. Some are good, others mediocre and very few really does stand out. The German-produced thriller-melodrama "ANTIBODIES" (2005, aka. Antikorper) does stand out. It is gripping, has a very involving storyline and does play like a character study for both the protagonist and the antagonist. The film will definitely have comparisons to "Silence of the Lambs" and "Seven", but believe … more
"Antibodies" A Thriller to Enjoy Amos Lassen "Antibodies" is a first class thriller and it creates the almost perfect nightmare. The characters are intriguing and technically the film is near perfection. It entertains and it grips the viewer and does not let him go. Director Christian Alvart uses imagination and invention in ways we do not often see. The movie deals with the effect of strong faith and belief on a person … more