RICH REVIEWS: Drowning Echo
A creature lurks within a swimming pool in Georges Padey’s chlorine-infused frightfest Drowning Echo, which premieres this April on Demand.
During a visit to friends, Sara (Itziar Martinez) begins having visions and is attacked by an unearthly creature in her friend’s swimming pool. She soon discovers that anyone who comes into contact with the water is in danger and she is driven to confront the mystical and malevolent creature lurking in the depths.
Also starring Jane the Virgin’s Dennis Mencia, Drowning Echo will be available on VOD and DVD April 4th from High Octane Pictures.
Itziar Martinez … Sara
Dennis Mencia … Zac
Raul Walder … Alex
Sean Ormond … Will
Josephine Phoenix … Kate
Natalie Blackman … Lindsay
René Mena … Vasilis
Omara Garcia … Jennifer
Mario Nalini … Jim
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: Right from the start you know not to go in the pool.
Sara is a beautiful girl. She gets a room at a hotel complex. She meets the four permanent residents.
Sara starts to experience something strange involving the pool. There is definitely something very weird going on.
One guy, Alex at the hotel knows more about what is going on than the others and he is also fixated on Sara. From the way he acts, he is also insane.
There is suspense and it does build up. Sara and her friends are shown trying to solve this mystery. Her friends start dying and all the deaths are water related.
A better more clear explanation as to what is going on would have helped this movie.
There is an entity in the pool. There is a mystery to what is going on and about the people dealing with it. Sara we see is willing to go all out to stop this watery evil.
The final battle between Sara and the creature is fierce. The special effects with the water are amazing.
The poster advertising this movie is misleading there is no tentacled monster.
Sara does give an outstanding performance in this horror movie.