The Deaths Of Ian Stone details
|Starring:||Mike Vogel, Jamie Murray, Christina Col, Michael Feast|
|Studio:||ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO|
The Deaths Of Ian Stone
|Run time:||1 hour 24 minutes|
|Rental release:||12 May 2008|
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Customer ReviewBy a customer from UK , 23 Jun 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]Dont' expect to much from the film, the trailer would have you believe that its very scary, its has an ok story but looses the plot along the way and becomes a seen it all before kind of monster, ghost film, rather than how it starts which is a mysterious, spooky 'theres' a malevolent nasty thing gonna kill you kind of film!!! It has its moments but ultimately is disappointing, more of a tv movie.
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Too slow...bad script...underdeveloped...By a customer from Kent , 04 Aug 2009If the film had progressed within the first twenty or so minutes we might have stayed with it.
As it was, the script wasn't up to much, although it showed promise in it's British casting.
It sounded like a good premise, but it lacked any sense of direction or intrigue, and frankly wasn't disturbing enough to retain any interest for us (adults, teens).
I couldn't recommend it, but it might be worth staying with it, if you can find the patience from somewhere!
Don't BotherBy a customer from Dundee , 19 Jul 2009My girlfriend loves these types of films, but we stopped watching after 25 minutes. Didn't keep us interested.
MehBy Sloancritic (36 reviews) from Maidenhead , 04 Jul 2009Not sure what the idea was here. Always nice to see Jaimie Murray, but other than this. not a great film.
Modern B movie materialBy Sammy1973 (305 reviews) from King's Lynn , 28 May 2009This film gives the air of a B movie in modern styling. It's cheesy and predictable, and like a re-vamped ground-hog day but without a star in it. When the demon people get their claw-like black hook things on the end of their arms they look so cheap and tacky it is laughable. Very disappointing.
multiple personalitiesBy a customer from Midlands , 16 May 2009Once you get over the premise, this film is actually not that bad as far as 'horror' goes. If you are looking for something that is not blood all the time but has an element of thriller, then this is for you.