‘The Entrapment Film’ debuts on Netflix

The Entrapments Film, the directorial debut of David Hoberman, has finally been released on Netflix, and it’s absolutely perfect.

While most films that are made with the intent of getting the viewer to think and question something are just fine, Hobermen takes it one step further.

His film is a film that questions everything we have come to accept as true.

Hobermans first film was a very different kind of film.

In the early days of his career, Hiberman did not really get into horror movies, which is why this film is so refreshing.

The Entrances is a great example of what a good horror film should look like.

In this case, it looks like a horror film made by a director who actually understands what he is doing.

Hibermans movie is about a group of men who, when they are hired to work for a corrupt corporation, start killing people, while being pursued by the police.

While the film doesn’t get into any real conspiracy theories, it is very much a straight up, twisted tale of corruption.

The film starts with the characters walking through a small town that has been overrun with zombies.

The group begins to realize that something is wrong with the town and they are forced to take drastic action to protect the town.

The movie is a very slow burner, but it gets better as it goes on.

Humbermans style is very similar to what is seen in other horror films, like The Haunting, but Hoberm’s style makes the film a very easy watch.

As you watch the film, it will never become boring and will always keep you on your toes.

This is an excellent piece of filmmaking that I highly recommend to any horror fan. Read more: