Staunton Hill

Staunton Hill

When a group of hikers take off for a weekend of fun and adventure in remote mountain region, they unwittingly stumble across the Staunton family - for whom the hill is named - and find themselves at the mercy of a depraved, diabolical brood that will stop at nothing to rid their property of these "trespassers." The only law on Staunton's Hill is the law of the Stauntons...and, in this case, the penalty for defying that law is death.

It's the fall of 1969 and winds of a change are blowing across America. But on a remote family farm in the hills of Virginia, a storm of evil has been brewing for years. Now for a group of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Staunton Hill torrent reviews

Private U (it) wrote: Tonrsngest, behver ingen mer beskrivning n s. Mkt bra!

Rasheda B (kr) wrote: its alryt... nt dat gud

Vivien T (ag) wrote: Je viens de pleurer comme une madeleine devant ce film retraant les annes 80 dans la communaut gay. Les bonnes choses, les mauvaises. De nombreux hommages notamment Cyril Collard et Les Nuits Fauves, des rfrences culturelles en nombre et des acteurs magnifiques et mouvants.

Christie P (jp) wrote: Liked the soundtrack a LOT

Kenneth L (ru) wrote: stupidly funny in alot of places

Arseniy V (jp) wrote: A highly intelligent and highly elegant take on what makes life worth living. Or to put it another way: *spoiler alert* one of the most cautiously optimistic films ever made. If this film hasn't earned its optimism, no film has.

Clay C (mx) wrote: In recent deep analyzation of the book Lord of the Flies in our senior Comp class. We read the book analyzing each chapter at a slow pace followed by a 1,000 word essay to review the book. After this five week process of diving into this book we decided to watch this movie. We enjoyed how they captured the island and the jungle on the island. Also the scene where the boys were chanting around the fire being savages. It started off when they didn't like how the plane did not crash onto the island and how they rowed the raft onto the island. As compared to the book were they crashed onto the island and left a big scare on the island. Another criticism we have of the movie is how Americanised the boys are with how they cussed and how in the end of the book. Also Jacks over sexual comments and In the book they are British boys not American. Last of many criticisms that we have towards this movie is how the pilot survived the crash and was on the island with the boys. Like seriously what were they thinking with that? So overall this movie was very far away from the book. If you read the book you would not approve of the movie at all. So Suck to your movie.

Nathan C (es) wrote: Better than what i expected but it's still very silly,I'm not crazy with Aardman films but they keep pushing it and pushing it after they killed the Wallace & Gromit Franchise, I absolutely disagree with critics.Score: 3/10

Maria V (ru) wrote: this have me think how can people do that and especially there own father. it was hard to believe that this film was based on true events.

Alec B (ag) wrote: It's visual beauty is offset by the fact that the main character remains a cypher from begging to end.