We're watching " Tiger King " on Netflix for sure. Our recommendations also include " Night on Earth ", " Ozark ," and more. See our picks. Title: Dabbe: The Possession Dilek, a housewife suddenly starts to feel presence of something abnormal in a specific room in their house.
Though her husband, Omer refuses to agree with her but situation become worse. Turkish director Hasan Karacadag is something of an unusual case. In a nation that appears uncertain how to feel about its own history with exploitation film and generally reluctant to Mukadder died suddenly one night. Cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage.
According to her sister, the killers are different sizes. There are demons behind everything. People who live in the U. One day, this events start to be shown in Turkey and some facts are realized.
Dabbe: A Jinn Case (Dabbe: Bir Cin Vakasi)
There is a happy marriage of Adnan and Hicran, however when their children die as a result of accidents, Hicran's psychology is broken. She has had a platonic love since childhood to Kudret, who is her cousin. Kudret, however, is married to a woman named Nisa and is very happy. A group of friends were haunted respectively with a supernatural forces due to their faulty deed against a little snake.
Due to financial problems, Yilmaz family moves in their grandmother Saadet's house. But Saadet is not living alone as known. Saadet's old house, which is also a tomb of her deceased husband Kadir is a man victimized to his mother's black magic to separate him from every womanincluding his wifethat would ever think of approaching him But things went upside down as oppose to his mother's expectations.
Just when things seemed to be going well, everything start going horribly wrong. Written by scaryofmonsters. For all horror genre lovers,this Turkish movie is an epic.
I cant explain my feelings in words This bone chilling epic is a master class of Turkish director Hasan karacadag who make me feel that good directors are not only from holly wood. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
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Erkan 1 Deniz Faruk Erkan Res. A rather conservative approach in politics of the country, Turkey, contributed to the prevalence and proliferation of jinn themed films as politics became more conservative, representing an overall religious society, who could potentially have a tendency to be scared of religion based horror films. To provide a clear outline, I have organized my paper into four main sections, first section being the definition and explanation of the creature Dabbe, a secondary section for the theories -a paragraph for each theory- a section for the comparison with The Exorcist to prove the American influence in the film, and a final section in which I will summarize the ongoing discussion.
Erkan 2 I will begin with the definition and explanation of the word, Dabbe, in order to get in to further detail relating to the film. Dabbe, according to The Quran, is a sentient creation, along with angels, children of Adam, humans, and jinns. The nature of the beast is further explained in the hadith of the prophet Muhammad.
Undoubtedly, the concept of Dabbe is terrifying, however, as it is a beast that is made of earth, Dabbe definitely relates to the human race in Islamic sense, as humans were also made of earth according to The Quran, and also in sociological sense, as most muslims are familiar with the Islamic creatures.
There never seems to have been any doubt about the source of this dread. Jealousy between two women can be seen as the main cause of discourse in the film as the housemaid is the witch that curses Ceyda T. Therefore, it is quite a conservative move for the director to leave the main cause of discourse unexplained. Ceyda's violent dreams about her husband, in which she ruthlessly stabs him over and over again with a knife, become extremely bizarre in the viewer's mind due to this stereotypical, passive, and, humble housewife figure that is challenged tremendously with the presentation of a violent, female murderer.
The knife as a tool of murder, also brings up the concept of Freudian theory of the castration anxiety, which challenges the balance of power between the husband and wife in this particular stabbing scene in the film. The following paragraph from Irving Sarnoff and Seth M.
This can also tie in with literal castration anxiety in fearing the loss of virility or sexual dominance. What does not respect borders, positions, rules. The in- between, the ambiguous, the composite. There, I am at the border of my condition as a living being. It is death infecting life. First of all, the concepts of possession and exorcism are shared by both films, however, the contextual background changes as The Exorcist is about the possession by the Devil, Pazuzu, and being exorcised by a Christian priest, under the guidance of Bible, whereas Dabbe is about possession by a jinn, an Islamic mythological figure, and being exorcised by a Muslim Hodja figure, under the guidance of The Quran.
Another familiar element between these two films is that both MacNeil and Ceyda T. Thus, Dabbe: A Case of Jinn, can be identified as a compilation of the mostly American horror elements that are mentioned above. Based on the foregoing discussion above, Dabbe: A Case of Jinn stands out among the Turkish horror movies, with its psychoanalytic bullet points that are needed to be explored and studied by the viewer in order to understand the underlying references to Freud, Creed, and Kristeva, and also the conceptual similarities between Dabbe and the American horror films, especially The Exorcist.
Secondly, an analysis of the protagonist, Ceyda T. For the final paragraph of the discussion, two of the American influences in the film are examined by comparing Dabbe: A Case of Jinn to The Exorcist, and Paranormal Activity, both of which are considered as great successes in American horror cinema. This paper, overall, aimed to analyze Dabbe: A Case of Jinn through different pshycoanalytic perspectives of well-known thinkers, and to prove that elements of American horror are quite relevant to Turkish horror cinema by comparing one of the most well-known Turkish horror films, Dabbe, to one of the classic cults in American horror cinema, The Exorcist, and a highly successful contemporary work of American horror cinema, Paranormal Activity.
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In a nation that appears uncertain how to feel about its own history with exploitation film and generally reluctant to embrace genre film - though there are obvious exceptions - Karacadag has jumped headlong into the horror pool. The director first came to attention with the J-horror influenced D BB, a surprise hit in Turkey that allowed Karacadag to move on to the more visually ambitious - and effects heavy - effort, Semum.
Both film showcased Karacadag's growing ability to shock and terrify his audiences by taking the rich folklore of his country and pushing it to its dark extremes. The sequel to his original hit, this latest efforts puts away the Japanese influence in favor of a more Paranormal vibe, but the underlying mythology remains purely regional with the story following a Turkish family whose home is possessed by angry jinns.
I'm really kind of upset that no one told me there's a Turkish Paranormal Activity. Maybe you guys aren't the gluttons for punishment I thought you were? I know it's not fashionable, but I like the PA series. The ebb and flow of daytime to nighttime footage is my version of watching the tide come in. Still, it's a tricky formula to get right and arguably none of the films in the series has perfected it.
In the case of D bbe 3, you can forget perfection because we have veered wayyyy off course; a veritable kitchen sink of spooky sounds, bad cgi and two hours two hours two hours long. Thankfully, something clicks in the last reel and I'm glad I stuck around for the unveiling and crazy night-vision screamfest, but I assure you my excitement even then was more of an ethnographic thrill than the intended willies.
Definitely the scariest addition to the genre. Leaves 'Paranormal Activity, ' behind, dust blowing all over 'Rec. The back story, the reason for the events to unfold is shown to us, however, in long edits between continuation shots. The artwork for this is seriously creepy, but the film And it's really boring.
Sad times. Not cool, Turkey. Though they have put several of its own elements into the plot but this 3rd installment of the popular Turkish D bbe series is actually a decently done Paranormal Activity rip-off! Me estreno con la saga dabbe o los djinn turcos y la verdad es que bien. Where to watch Trailer. Director Hasan Karacadag. Hasan Karacadag.
Studio J-Plan. Genres horror thriller. A scary as fuck fount-footage, imported from Turkey. Director Hasan Karacadag believes.
The best Turkish found footage movies I've ever saw. Allah belani versin Hasan Karacadag cocuklugumu mahvettin. A list that is trying to contain every horror film made that is not lost and is found on the…. I've been on a bit of a Found Footage tear recently.There are a bunch of these Dabbe movies out there, but this one is the oldest available on Netflix, so I gave it a go. I had never heard of the series, but after being introduced to Turkish horror via Baskin I knew I had to give it a try.
We follow Ebru a psychiatrist who is documenting an exorcist named Faruk.
She thinks he is a fraud, but her friend Kubra is ill, and no medical treatments are working. An odd mixture of motives, but it does work within the film. The film is found-footage—so I know that a lot of folks are already tuning out. More annoying is that we also get the obnoxious camera effects when spooky shit is going on. I hate this trope—it breaks the spell of the film. I had been thoroughly sucked in when the damn screen crackled, and I was pulled right out.
We do have some cool effects with the camera, but these are far outweighed by the annoying ones. Through and through this would have been a better movie if they had gone away from found footage. The most annoying aspect of the found-footage is that we never bother to watch the footage. Some serious supernatural shit is caught on camera, but no one notices.
I get that skeptical characters have a place, but at a certain point the disbelief becomes a little insane here. What is a bummer is they did a good job balancing our two mains until the latter portion of the film before the conclusion. Woman is possessed, dark secrets from family, escalating incidents, and answers come often too late. However, everything is done well here. The acting, dialogue, and little details propel this above the slew of other found-footage films here.
The film uses its settings well something a lot of films could learn from and incorporates some interesting ideas. We have a lot of esoteric Muslim spirituality here and it works. For American audiences at least for me it was fun to see this incorporating. The story is interesting, and the lead characters are mostly great.
Despite an above 2 hour running time, I was never bored.
I think is a great horror film. The only big issues stem from the reliance on found-footage. I have railed against that style for a while, so do believe me when I say that this one is still an excellent little creeper.People start to commit suicide using brutal techniques.
Starting from the United States of America, this suicide wave spreads all over the earth. In a small town, a man kills himself after long time he spends on the computer. Following this man's death, his friends start to get e-mails from him.
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The movie Allegedly inspired by a true story which occurred in Turkey's Ankara. Real events or not The movie is intelligently done in the fact that it shows you both sides of the story, how it could have been Jinn possession or sleepwalking?
If you want to feel real scares you have to know something about the Jinns! So,let's talk about Jinn or Djinn? How can I tell the difference between jinn and demons? It's often hard to tell the difference, as the jinns are artful at masquerades. Djinns exist in a parallel dimension in the physical world. They are "here" but in a place we can not normally experience.Muska - Türk Korku Filmi Tek Parça (HD)
Djinns have their own language, they do speak just like people. Their own language sounds like a mixture of Aramaic languages and ancient tongues from the Middle East, such as Sumerian. They can attack to people,they can make noises, smells, apparition forms, and steal — objects that appear out of nowhere. When they wish to manipulate and control, they are capable of interfering in sleep.
If you wonder the story just Forget the story; this movie is about the creepy nature of djinns There is a lot of memorably scary scenes especially in last 5 minutes which gave me chills. The five main actors and child actress do a fine job and the controlled direction is pretty atmospheric too!
I recommend this movie to anyone who like fake footage movies and who wants a good scare because its pretty up there! The ending is freaky! If you plan on watching the movie make sure your not alone!!! Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. This is the real deal for 'found footage' horror fans. I know that,Horror films are something you really have to want to enjoy and yes This film really scared me! I went to the theater this weekend and saw it. I must say it is a great Turkish horror movie.
The terror starts slow, develops the characters well, and progressively gets more suspenseful until it ends with it's shocking finale. Shortly the story is about a night invisible djinn demon stalker and a married sleepwalker woman,her husband,her daughter! Paranormal Activity clearly inspired this film,But dabbe:Bir Cin vakasi is easily 10 times more frightening than paranormal activity! As the same style;The entire thing is shot with a home video camera and some fixed security home cameras!
The first question from the movie is;'Why djinns demons stalk people,and What is their reason of suddenly start to stalking an innocent woman? Then The movie ask another question to the audiences ;'Is Sleep walking a medical problem or its about djinns?
Think about that;'Are Djinn vulnerable to magic?