Mauirzio Del Piccolo and Roberto Del Piccolo coordinate the evil souls with some style, being creative because of spending plan restrictions, particularly in the carnage scenes, which are well done aside from one zone that demonstrates the result of a damage it is not done exceptionally well by any means. The film has a couple Art house leanings which is not an awful thing and permits the film some space to get some extremely striking pictures. The music adds to the air of the film, particularly comfortable begin of the film, it sets the tone and never releases it.
With a lot of unusual quality in plain view, for the most part from Peter Cosgrove’s Valentine, it sets the film on a tilt so you never are truly certain about what comes next. Movies like Evil Souls surely aren’t that normal and treat the group of onlookers such as they have a mind and lets be realistic here – when is the last time that happened? With an extreme and severe environment that doesn’t lift for the whole film Evil Souls merits searching out.