BaskinA five-man unit of cops on night patrol get more than they bargain for when they arrive at a creepy backwater town, only to face a night of horror in a subterranean labyrinth after answering a distress call.
Actors of "Baskin"
Directors of "Baskin"
Creators of "Baskin"
Ogulcan Eren Akay
Critic Reviews of "Baskin"
Time OutJuly 11, 2016
Hey, Nicolas Winding Refn: this is how it's done.
BuzzFeed NewsApril 01, 2016
Part art film slow burn and part extreme splatterfest, Baskin is best enjoyed as a movie that features the memorable image of a man gouging out someone's eyeball with a knife and then French-kissing the bloody socket.
Los Angeles TimesMarch 31, 2016
The pacing is slack and the splatter excessive, but this twisted cross-genre exercise should be red meat to gore-hounds.
Seattle TimesMarch 31, 2016
A torture-gore blowout that rises above pure nausea with an intriguing blur of possible realities.
RogerEbert.comMarch 25, 2016
"Baskin" is a perfectly imbalanced mix of chilly atmosphere, heavy-handed symbolism, and familiar horror-movie tropes.
New York TimesMarch 24, 2016
Tickling the mind even as it lurches the gut, "Baskin," a stylish, shape-shifting horror film from Turkey, pulls a bait-and-switch.
Bloody DisgustingApril 07, 2017
It's the kind of arthouse horror that becomes a household name among genre fans. It's so shocking (at times) and so astoundingly well made that, if anything, I think it puts an exclamation stamp next to Can Evrenol's name as one of the futures of horror.
Blog de cineOctober 26, 2016
A film that is like a trip to hell. Even though its plot seems to deflate a bit, the final part becomes a catharsis of terror. [Full review in Spanish]
Times (UK)October 10, 2016
Stylishly mounted, well paced, with clever use of flashbacks, and written with panache.
El antepenúltimo mohicanoSeptember 29, 2016
Baskin never loses its genuine identity that makes it outstand on the billboard that needs more films like this. [Full review in Spanish]
El Pais (Spain)September 23, 2016
A good example of a short film used as a direct way to a film debut. [Full review in Spanish]
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