Watch: The Windmill Massacre 2016 123movies, Full Movie Online – Jennifer is an Australian girl on the run from her past who washes up in Amsterdam. In a desperate attempt to stay one step ahead of the authorities, she joins a coach-load of tourists embarking on a tour of Holland’s world famous windmills. When the bus breaks down in the middle of nowhere, she and the other tourists are forced to seek shelter in a disused shed beside a sinister windmill where, legend has it, a Devil-worshiping miller once ground the bones of locals instead of grain. As members of the group start to disappear, Jennifer learns that they all have something in common – a shared secret that seems to mark them all for doom..
Plot: Jennifer, an Australian girl on the run from her past, turns up in Amsterdam and, in a desperate attempt to blend in, joins a coach-load of tourists on a tour of Holland’s old windmills. When the bus breaks down in the middle of nowhere, she and the other tourists are forced to seek shelter in a disused shed beside a sinister windmill where a devil-worshiping miller once ground the bones of locals instead of grain. As members of the group start to disappear, Jennifer learns that they all have something in common – a shared secret that seems to mark them all for doom.
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It’s Miller Time! Demonic Wind-miller time, that is
Call me a sentimentalist, but I really love it when countries bring forward movies that are somehow linked to their own heritage, culture or fauna! For example, I love it when Australia makes another movie about a giant killer crocodile, or when Austria releases a splatter flick about Lederhosen zombies, and I was really excited when I found out that The Netherlands was going to bring out a folklore horror movie about windmills! I’m not a Dutchman myself, but I live next door in Belgium and spent a lot of time traveling around in The Netherlands. The country is full of windmills and, especially when you drive past them when night is falling, they often look eerie and sinister out there in the open fields, so it’s about freaking time they finally form the decor of a horror movie! Of course I’m slightly biased, and I probably awarded the film with at least one more point than it deserves, but “The Windmill Massacre” is good entertainment with a more than adequate screenplay, above average performances, a reasonable amount of suspense and quite a lot of exhilarating gore and bloodshed!
First and foremost, the film rather cleverly solves a typical issue that Dutch speaking productions always struggle with! It sounds horrible when Dutch or Belgian actors/actresses attempt to speak English, so instead of that, “The Windmill Massacre” almost exclusively stars native English speakers that are supposedly tourists in Amsterdam. That’s just smart, period! Following a whole bunch of separate clips that only start making sense later in the film, 7 people (an Aussie girl, a former model, an Asian student, a mariner, a surgeon and a British father with his teenage son) board a ramshackle tour bus that takes them on a trip past several idyllic windmills. The bus naturally breaks down, but when two courageous passengers head towards a nearby windmill for help, they painfully experience that the miller – Hendrik – is a nastily deformed and bloodthirsty type of avenging demon. This group wasn’t coincidentally put together, as it turns out they all have committed horrible sins and now they have to pay for them. For a horror flick from The Netherlands, “The Windmill Massacre” has a solid and compelling story to tell (especially in comparison to other recent titles like “Dood Eind” or “De Poel”), and you’ll even gladly overlook the rather many clichés and improbabilities in the script. The film also features loads of gratifying gore and delightful make- up effects. Hendrik, the deadly miller, looks like a hybrid between Jason Voorhees and the Chatterer Cenobite from the original “Hellraiser”. There’s a cool urban legend linked to his existence (something about selling his soul to the devil) and enjoys things like stomping people’s heads with his boots or throwing rusty chains in people’s faces. Good, unpretentious entertaining Holland should be proud of!
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“The Windmill Massacre” is being re-titled, “The Windmill”…don’t want to give too much away. The film opens showing us brief backgrounds of the various passengers on a tour bus line. One person is a Marine (Patrick Baladi) who went PTSD and killed a prostitute the night before. The rest of the passengers are a nervous lot who seem to have issues. The story centers on Jennifer (Charlotte Beaumont) an Aussie girl running away from her past. The tour bus breaks down in the part of Holland that doesn’t have cell phone reception. It isn’t long before our DVD cover slasher appears as the past catches up uniquely to each passenger.
The film has some humor in it such as the photographer who asks “Where do I find these windmills?” The characters, while most were not developed, were interesting. Charlotte Beaumont played her role extremely well and could star in something a bit more relevant. In fact the entire cast did a good job, kudos to writer director Nick Jongerius…and I didn’t see that last bit coming, expecting the film to end formula.
Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 25 min (85 min)
Genre Drama, Horror
Director Nick Jongerius
Writer Nick Jongerius, Chris W. Mitchell, Suzy Quid
Actors Patrick Baladi, Ben Batt, Charlotte Beaumont
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex Cameras
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A