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    The movie followsĀ SarahĀ and Rachel,Ā two American girls as theyĀ journey to the city of Jerusalem, a biblical nightmare falls upon the city, for some fun in the sun. But the funĀ is cut short when a gate to hell opens and demonic/angelic winged creatures begin violently harvesting souls and turning prey into monsters. . Ā 
    Duration: 94 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2015
    IMDb: 4.8
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  • Actors of "Jeruzalem"

  • Characters of "Jeruzalem"

    Judas Iscariot. Character of Jeruzalem
    Played by: Yoav Koresh
  • Directors of "Jeruzalem"

    Doron Paz. Director of Jeruzalem
    Doron Paz
    Yoav Paz. Director of Jeruzalem
    Yoav Paz
  • Creators of "Jeruzalem"

    Doron Paz. Director of Jeruzalem
    Doron Paz
    Yoav Paz. Director of Jeruzalem
    Yoav Paz
  • Critic Reviews of "Jeruzalem"

    Globe and Mail
    January 29, 2016

    Old Jerusalem isn't often glimpsed on the big screen, though it's a shame that, in this case, it simply serves as the backdrop to some rampaging CGI demons and half-baked theology about the gates of hell.

    New York Times
    January 28, 2016

    The more desperate the characters' flight becomes, the less interesting the movie grows.

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram/
    January 28, 2016

    If not for its setting, the Israeli horror film Jeruzalem would be just another video verite, found-footage, would-be scarefest with little to make it unique...There's just not much scare there.

    Village Voice
    January 26, 2016

    As impressive as the Old City locations can be, one narrow alleyway looks much like another when the Paz brothers' camera is bouncing to and fro. Not much substance is buried beneath the irritating style.

    Entertainment Weekly
    January 22, 2016

    The niftily claustrophobic use of actual Jerusalem locations offers a nice holiday from the more familiar backdrops favored by the POV genre.

    January 21, 2016

    The movie's occasional stabs at political commentary never quite pay off. Nor can the writer-directors, brothers Yoav and Doron Paz, fully sustain the film's novelty into the second half, when the script reverts to timeless, tired monster-movie tropes.

    Jerusalem Post
    July 08, 2016

    The movie is saved from being too formulaic by two elements. The first is Yael Grobglas... The second element is the tongue-in-cheek aspect of the movie.

    The Film Stage
    February 20, 2016

    The cool creature design and authentic first-person cinematography/lighting later on will have you forgiving any early shortcomings.

    National Post
    February 04, 2016

    There are a few nice moments in the film; I do like how Sarah's wearable tech tries to perform facial recognition on the undead. But by the end of JeruZalem, it's clear the glasses are the smartest thing in the movie.

    NOW Toronto
    January 28, 2016

    A pale copy of the [REC] movies with minimal invention and a poorly defined mythology.
    January 22, 2016

    Jeruzalem is this gloriously morbid and dreadfully delicious blend of [Rec] and As Above, So Below.

    Electric Sheep
    January 21, 2016

    Yes, this is yet another found-footage horror film shot on a shoestring, but there's no need to despair since JeruZalem is a wildly entertaining, often unbearably intense and occasionally drawer-filling experience.

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