|Starring:||Terry Spector, Crow Garret, Layton Matthews, Cole Braxton, Santiago Craig, Chad Grimes, Zach Cumer, Stephanie Joyce, Zelieann Rivera, John Eslinger|
|Director:||Pearry Reginald Teo|
|Run time:||1 hour 22 minutes|
|Rental release:||05 Oct 2009|
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Where to start!?!?!By JockneySpike (3 reviews) from Leigh-on-Sea , 09 Oct 2009
[Highly rated reviewer]After watching / enduring this film I found it had highs and lows. (Mainly lows) For what should have been a great movie with bazar and glorified visual effects with a script that could have been pitted with twists to the launatic who wrote this content, it fell flat. The effects are great, but let down by a plot that I could keep up with but just kind of ended. There's no other way to describe the last part of the movie. There's no real conclusion, no final twist, no enlightenment. It just ends. If there was an ending to this then I must have missed it. The script that this movie follows is a long drawn out faultering part of tension that never goes any where. This is like a can of whipped cream that has a nosel blockage. You know that whats potentially inside is great, but no matter how much effort goes into it theres no end result. Shake, bash, and frustrating but entertaining on a basic level. Do rent this but dont expect to be hugely entertained.
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waste of timeBy a customer from England , 21 Feb 2010waste of time. The story was pants and the film went no where. DONT bather with it
very good horrorBy mukkker (128 reviews) from broadfields , 14 Feb 2010yes stay with it its brill
Pitiful tripeBy Davidd (75 reviews) from South London , 07 Feb 2010I may be getting old, but if this is cutting edge film making I'll stick to me collection of Universal horrors. Everyone involved in this stupid mess should be taken outside and given a severe talking to about plot, editing, characterisation and actually having a bloody point to what you're doing.
True clive barkerBy AngelicusNocturna (15 reviews) from Stevenage , 07 Feb 2010Very typical clive barker, great interpretation of the book, true to the story. The horrors are very reminiscent of the hellraiser type of demons. I felt I wanted a little bit more out of this film. It lacks something, but I can't put my finger on it! (I know that doesn't help much !), but then I always feel that with clive Barker books the sub plots often get forgotten and the lack of any character back story leaves you a little unfulfilled, and I like my movies to anwer those questions but with suspense and unpredictable storylines, the twist in the tale, if you like. Instead of a 'wow' more like an 'oh' if that makes sense! But overall worth watching if you like Barker, but don't expect the standard of Midnight meat train!
NecromentiaBy a customer from Melrose , 21 Jan 2010Dont watch this film i did unfortunately