of the movies in the SICCIN
franchise are 'stand-alone' projects [i.e., it's not necessary
to see #2
before watching #4];
yet some of the characters appear throughout the series and often the
plotline is similar, usually having something to do with possession. SICCIN
6 is no different from the others. The story works as a coherent film.
However, while it's not necessary for enjoying the movie, [PLEASE
NOTE] some of the initial confusion would be eliminated by seeing
is the story of Orhan and his daughter Efsun, a girl with a dark past.
When she unexpectedly dies, Orhan challenges the Angels of Death on their
own turf and 'revives' her in an unconventional method, a method that
drastically alters the state of good and evil. The small Turkish village
is invaded by Djins [devils, as described in the Koran and central
to the motion picture DABBE]
while the people begin to turn against each other.
Alper Mestçi is currently handling two different franchises with
tremendous success. Obviously, one of them is SICCIN,
and this is the fifth sequel since 2014. As he continues
to pump new ideas into the the horrific formula, it would appear the series
has no end in sight. In tandem, Mr Mestçi has taken over the ÜC
HARFLILER (Black Magic) franchise, delivering Üç
Harfliler 3 Karabüyü
(THREE LETTER OF BLACK MAGIC) and Üç
Harfliler Beddua (THE CURSE) in the past three years. He began
his career in the New Wave of Turkish Horror with MUSALLAT
(Infested) in 2007.
Turkish film with optional ON/OFF English subtitles; uncut (96 minutes);
for ALL REGIONS NTSC FORMAT; extras include theatrical trailer
Violence and disturbing images/Adult Material:
Viewer discretion is advised.