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Taeter City (2012)

A secret radio wave emission is used to bring the crime rates in Taeter City next to zero, up until the wave system's malfunction.

IMDB: 4.95 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Horror
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 902.60M
  • Resolution: 1280x720 / 25.000 FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 72
  • IMDB Rating: 4.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 0

The Synopsis for Taeter City (2012) 720p

In Taeter City everything is managed by the iron fist of dictatorship members: THE AUTORITY. They use a special radio wave system called Zeed that lets them distinguish criminals from typical law abiding citizens. These special radio waves alter the demented brain of criminals, forcing them to commit suicide in horrible ways. A special police corps called The Biker's retrieves their corpses and delivers them to massive slaughterhouses. These supply the mega fast food chains with the human flesh products they need to feed the masses, non-stop. Here there are no criminals, no crimes, no riots, no crisis... until now. The Zeed system is no longer functioning the way it is supposed to: the criminals are no longer killing themselves; the radio waves are making them stronger! Follow the crazy mission of three Biker officers (Razor, Shock and Wank) charged with managing this chaotic situation. We give you: an 80's movie vibe, insane technology, manga style, crazy action, adrenaline, violence...

The Director and Players for Taeter City (2012) 720p

[Director]Giulio De Santi
[Role:]Wilmar Zimosa
[Role:]Santiago Ortaez
[Role:]Monica Mu?oz

The Reviews for Taeter City (2012) 720p

Taeter City truly delivers on its promiseReviewed bymassimo cistoliVote: 10/10

80's VIBE: The saturated colors create a dream-like atmosphere and the sci-fi technology is cheesy yet imaginative. Interspersed throughout the narrative are comical commercials for Taeter Burger and messages from Caronte, the head of The Authority, which is an interesting attempt at showing the omnipresence of the dictatorship. The acting is nothing spectacular and the voice acting is simplistic but some voices are bad ass (Caronte. Shock, Razor) All those aspects and the soundtrack,truly bring you back to memories like: Escape from New York, Class 1999, Blade Runner and Terminator.

VIOLENCE AND ACTION: The true star of this film are the action and the special effects. This movie is literally an Exxon-Valdez of red, with just enough story to keep things moving forward until you get to the next massive gore set-piece. People dismembered, heads crushed, appendages removed, and bodies exploded. Did I mention there was a lot of blood? While the film does contain CG, it more than makes up for it with the use of practical effects—often at the same time. There is no use of CG for simple headshots here (*cough*TheWalkingDead*cough*) but rather it's used where practical effects would either be too difficult or not provide an adequate level of insane violence. As soon as you hit play, prepare yourself for a non-stop barrage of gore and violence on a level you've never seen before. This movie is a must see for any gorehound. Taeter City truly delivers on its promise of "'80s vibe, sci-fi, action, violence, blood and again blood." Did I mention there was a lot of blood?


Reviewed byGeorge HittachVote: 10/10/10

This guys/ company/ filmmakers/artist, or whatever we want to callthem, have just created a new genre. That's it.

The story: In a futuristic country/city, a dictatorship manageeverything, Criminals commit suicide thanks to a special radio-wavesystem, and their corpses become tasty hamburger or bloody energydrink. But something goes wrong and they all become demented supercriminals.

Critic: The story is original but not unique, basically just a mixtureof Soilent Green and the videgame Oddsword, Blade Runner and some ofzombie movies. What is incredible here is the style... sorry: theSTYLE. Italian were great to reinvent styles like western and horror(look at Fulci and Leone) and this guys are doing the same here. 80'sstyle + Japan cartoon culture = 10 times better.

The visual is just art here, and the editing keep you drugged for theentire movie. The flashbacks are presented like frenetic digital files,and the background story explained with dictatorship advertisements,and it worked in a perfectly, killing all the dead point similar sci-fimovies had. The action sequence are so well edited, they looks like amanga, fast, extreme and they leave you breathless. Special effects areover the top, digital and practical, and the blood and gore sequencesjust 20 out of 10. The movie don't present good characters, only badand sadistic characters for the entire movie. (This reflect what thisworld is turning on. I really loved that) A continuity of bizarremoments, kills, mutations, action sequences and funny momentsthroughout the entire movie, and that's worked perfectly. I supposethis guys spent about 1/100 of what big production spent normally tocreate movies like Dredd and Battleship. I just say: SHAME on you bigproduction, and learn from this guys.

I don't know if any person involved in this movie will read this but:My best wishes for your future projects. My complete and sinceresupport from Germany.

George Hittach

Reviewed byBA_HarrisonVote: 6/10/10

In Taeter City, a futuristic civilisation ruled by a totalitarianregime known as 'The Authority', potentially violent criminals areidentified by the Zeed system, which analyses the brain structure andconverts killer instinct into suicidal impulses. Once dead, thecriminal's body is collected and turned into fast food for the masses.However, the Zeed system is not perfect, mutating one such violentoutlaw, Trevor Covalsky (director Giulio De Santi), and making him evenmore aggressive in the process. Authority bikers Razor, Shock and W**k(Monica Muñoz, Santiago Ortaez and Wilmar Zimosa) are given the task oftrying to stop him.

Supernatural revenge flick Adam Chaplin, the debut film from Italianproduction company Necrostorm, blew me away with its cool narrative,over-the-top characters, ultra-violent comic book style and amazinglyrealistic gore effects (provided by this film's star and director DeSanti). Taeter City, the company's ambitious follow up, employs asimilarly excessive approach, but fails to impress as much, the storynot as sharp and the characters less defined, with the regular andrather repetitive Verhoeven-style commercial breaks rapidly becomingtiresome. An overuse of flickery editing effects and digitalcolour-grading also proves irritating.

Thankfully, De Santi's incredibly bloody effects are just as impressiveas before, and gore-hounds will undoubtedly get a huge kick from thesheer quantity and quality of the carnage on display: limbs are torn,heads are crushed, eyeballs are popped, guts are wrenched, hands aremangled and bodies are sliced, all of which is flawlessly executed(some of the effects are uncomfortably realistic). Hardly a minute goesby without some poor schmuck having something truly revolting happen tothem. Movies rarely get more violent.

6/10—jaw dropping splatter, but the weak narrative lets it down a bit.

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