When it comes to the 2011, Antoine Thomas Directed film, "Hidden 3D," the age old adage used in the real estate world "Location, Location, Location" can apply here as well.
Filmed in some jaw dropping and absolutely stunning places around Italy, this not so three dimensional Netflix instant stream is still a visual masterpiece in it's own right, especially in the initial 25 minutes, solely due to the location and sites that were used. However the substance of the storyline and plot is not very bulky or mentally stimulating at any point.
Based around an alcoholic young adult male who didn't attend his mother's funeral, yet still inherited a gorgeous monastery in what looks to be a paradise to me, "Hidden 3D" takes a stab at the Resident Evil type horror ride, not failing but not separating them from the flood of films taking this same direction.
Nothing to go crazy about, the film was mediocre at most, but definitely worth the time it took to watch it, right at a mere 81 minutes. The cast was very dry and overly emotional at times, laying on some thick and fake whimpers, tears and "NOOOOOOOOOO" dialogues.
I am certain there were much better picks for me to choose for my Netflix Pick of January 2013, but out of the handful I watched this month, this was the best of them and if you are a horror fan, you won't mind it either, check it out, Antoine Thomas did a remarkable job with the directing.