20 years ago the small town of Louisville, Ohio was stunned by the gruesome death of a local teenage girl. The case was shrouded in mystery and never resolved. The only man who knows the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
When a group of high school kids look into the 20 year old mystery surrounding the death of a teenage girl in their hometown, they unintentionally release the evil responsible.
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Franklyn C (mx) wrote: IS this supposed to be scary?'Cuz it's not worth the time it took to write this.
scott j (nl) wrote: Not a bad film..sure the acting is as wooden as a oaktree and yes the story and certain situations in the film are terrible unrealistic but given that it's a straight to dvd b movie it really wasn't that bad..if I'm honest I quite enjoyed it...
Russ B (nl) wrote: The series is better.
Ronnie C (ag) wrote: This is not for everyone. Think 2 hour 20 minute walk through ballet without dancing. Previous reviews have explained plot and devices. It was an effective film and I couldn't turn it off, but stronger editing here and there would have gone a long way to my overall enjoyment. It was hard to finish. The film seemed aimless at times, repetitive, sometimes confusing and hypocritical (The relationship is over but it's not, repeats a few times) and oh so heavy handed. The use of physical expression instead of dialogue often conveyed mellow-dramatic cliches. I will say that performers could have gone way over the top but do a good job keeping things grounded. Some scenes felt a bit contrived like a walk through of an obvious dance piece where performers look longingly, approach, touch, turn away, turn back, turn away. In this simple story, no one get's to know the other. Characters see each other and fall in love. Such is the way of youth but I believe that the kind of profound love expressed here is established by more than a glance from across a space. The film has a lot of heart and the performances are good especially Miguel Angel Hoppe Canto who emotes really well. He's got angst and longing down pat. Scenes are lovely, compensating for lower production values. Some scenes are moving but the director seemed to need to repeat them deflating their impact. However actual it may be in life, it's eye-roll inducing when a character repeats the exact thing scene after scene. I have to say, I liked it, I liked the idea of it though it was excessive. I wanted to like it more and I would have an edited version.
Sarah B (ca) wrote: Not as affecting as the book, but what film ever is? Superbly acted, even by Alastair Mckenzie (Archie from Monarch of the Glen), this is a heartbreaking story of first love, seen from several generations. Warning, you will cry, even with joy at the stunning final scenes. Still, most of the film falls flat, but it is worth it for the moments of brilliance.
Kendall I (us) wrote: This is the best movie that will ever exist out of a cheap horror pack. I saw this movie flash everywhere on Netflix as a suggestion so I decided to break out my horror pack DVD's and sit through this,and boy am I glad I did. The acting is pretty excellent for a B-horror,especially the late great Dennis Hopper's part. The horror count is kind of low,but the grim,mystery parts make up for that perfectly. The one part I felt scared out of the whole movie is when the killer had Dennis' character trapped in a room of his/her dolls made out of molds shaped like the kids this killer killed. She could be anywhere and Dennis gets shaky looking for her in the flood of creepy,fake faces. The only two things I didn't like is at some parts I kinda of got confusedbecause of its jumps from here-to-there and that the score is very nice, but unfitting. So overall,it's a great mystery for a B-movie. Great!
Nandan T (us) wrote: Never really liked talking cars much. Wonderful animation though.
Dan H (de) wrote: An all-star cast helps to elevate this coming of age tale. Every actor does an fantastic job here, and the story is simply fantastic. Without a doubt one of my favorite coming of age films.
Stephen S (ag) wrote: Interesting film. I wish some elements of this film were better explained, but I suppose that's to be expected of a Stephen King adaptation. But still, I like how well the time period is portrayed here. It gives the viewer a good sense of nostalgia.
Alex V (au) wrote: So damn good. Michelle brilliantly holds and carries a great film.
Jared C (es) wrote: I had my suspicions of the film, but i watched it and found it to be a very emotional and yet fantastic film. Based on the book itself, Jack the Bear is a drama about John Leary a single father who is the host of a Saturday night horror film showcase and looks after his two sons Jack and Dylan. Seen through the eyes of Jack the film goes on one hell of an emotional turn for each character in the film. When one of the sons is missing John must put down his childhood mannerisms and begin to take on the responsibility of the father he should be. Danny Devito does really well for his role giving it his best. Robert Steinmiller is the one who has to pull all the emotional strings here as the title character. While Gary Sinise and a young Reese Witherspoon keep the film going with their excellent supporting roles. The film is a definite one to watch
Shawn W (au) wrote: hard movie to find but worth the hunt. You'll never get the song and dance routine out of your head.
Dave R (nl) wrote: Well it was alright but the puppets just get enough time to do anything there always taken and they dont get to kill as many people like the old movies they are kinda boring now a days
(mx) wrote: Purely a great classic.