The Super is pretty super but not super duper a ghost I know says. There’s some great creepy footage in this film. An old building is a great setting to build creepiness into suspense. As is with most mysteries, things are not as they seem. I’ll leave it up to you to decide if you like how they look when the mystery is revealed. There’s pros and cons for me. Regardless, it’s a dark, foreboding horror/thriller/mystery that keeps you guess all the way through. Discovering the answer may be more difficult for some rather than others. It’s a good one though and I think this film delivers based on its popularity score on IMDb.
Director Stephan Rick has done a lot of stuff in German. The one I recognize the most in his bio is “The Good Neighbor” which I have not yet seen but want to.
This film focuses on intruders and peeping toms inside your home. There are some great shots that pan down hallways and enter into clickety clack unlocked doors. It’s an average film, not amazing but the scares that takes place in the apartments are truly creepy. Kilmer is great as always. His voodoo obsessed character isn’t the only supe though so keep that in mind. I think the story takes an odd turn but then again, most the film consists of small and large turns throughout the runtime. I might have preferred a straight ahead story without so many twists that focused on the creepy nature of others having access to ones private living space. It isn’t that at all. It’s much more convoluted than that but on some level, I found it very fun and spooky. I can’t tell you why really or it would spoil the plot. Have you seen it? Let’s talk about it in the comments. I welcome spoilers there.