Baskin was possibly the best horror movie of 2015, a raw, fiendishly creative horror flick for anyone with an interest in the genre. Check out the trailer if you haven't seen it yet.
I stumbled across an interesting discussion of Baskin on Reddit guaranteed to convince anyone uncertain as to whether they should check out this disturbing, twisted tale.
this movie was FUCKED UP. I feel like this was a better Green Inferno than The Green Inferno, or better yet Baskin did a better job at what The Green Inferno tried to do without trying to do that. I was honestly repulsed by some of the imagery and action in Baskin. It made my fucking skin crawl, and I loved it! It was refreshing to have a horror movie really get under my skin and genuinely creep me the fuck out.
I didn't "lose my lunch", and I don't think that the movie wanted you to "lose your lunch." But I can tell you the gore and graphic actions that take place were much more effective than "lose your lunch" gore. I think that as this movie gets discussed more and more people will bring up the gore as a huge part of the movie.
The film had a lot of heart and was a refreshingly nasty flick. I loved that it didn’t over-explain anything when it came to the villains—we’re kept in the dark and left to form our own assumptions... Definitely worth watching
Absolutely loved this one. It cured me of the incessant nagging need for a contemporary Hellraiser update......at least for now.
I thought it was a really interesting taste. And in the other words of a redditor (can't remember who) "It's like an episode of SVU got fucked by Hellraiser while Silent Hill watched." Nice mix of atmosphere, sound and just fucked up shit.
Loved it; one of the scariest things I've seen in a long, long time. The only part I laughed at was the DJ Hitek-looking cult leader but then he became terrifying.