The three Naibert children, in their teens and early twenties, inherit a vast estate from their grandmother Rebecca. But unknown to them, the family inheritance has passed from grandmother to granddaughter for centuries-and Rebecca has a long reach from the grave to assure that the line is unbroken. The first weekend in the mansion is a party for the three Naiberts and their friends-but one by one, they vanish without a trace. Is death the punishment for violating Rebecca's spell? Are the demons that beset the young people real-or only reflections of their own fear? Is it murder, violence from another dimension, or madness? The answer lives in the reflections.
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Phil T (de) wrote: Jaa is not the same person here as in in his original movies. The action scenes are poorly executed, the CGI is laughable, the characters are boring ... It really has nothing going for it. Sorry Tony!
Thomas H (ca) wrote: The only reason I watched this is because of all the other good Horrorfest 4 movies I've seen (Lake Mungo, Kill Theory, and The Final; The Reeds sucked). This one wasn't the worst, but it wasn't the best. It moves pretty slow and isn't all that scary or bloody. I was hoping to see more killing and/or torture, but theres only a few kills and one or two scenes of torture. The beginning scene got my hopes up to be scared, but slowly went away due to all the details being explained and the story being told. I'll admit, there are some pretty good killing scenes with an ok amount of blood, but it's not something you'd see in movies like Saw or Resident Evil. And one other thing I'll add is that this movie is very well thought out. You won't see the end coming and there's a little of a surprise. If you're a Horrorfest fan, you gotta see Dread.
Mark S (it) wrote: Recommended by Sarah G.
Eve B (es) wrote: my best friend Michael Damian Weir directed this movie, so I want this one.
Anna B (de) wrote: I can see what the director was going for here, and there are frequently beautiful images, but the wonky editing, god-awful music and bad pacing conspire to turn this into something less than fun.
Rebecca C (ru) wrote: Despite its low budget and strange mixing of dubbed languages, I still found myself feeling the need to watch it to the end. Considering this was a cheap purchase from Shopko in a large movie pack of Zombies, Vampires, and Werewolves, it proved to be just entertaining enough. Still, I can't quite give it a good review, because it was a very predictable ending and pretty bad acting in general. Between the poor wayward criminal antagonist, and her Dr. Love professor, I was lost to the real plot of the movie and why certain clues had such significance. Bottom Line: An interesting viewing, but not worth your time. 40% for intrigue
Courtney T (ca) wrote: My boyfriend seems to watch a lot of samurai flicks. . .
Allan C (gb) wrote: Reliable director Phil Karlson knocks out another tough solid noir about an ex-boxer, now cabbie, who is framed for the murder of his wife and tries to find the real murderer while on the run from the cops.
Pete S (ru) wrote: classic Eva Gardner and George Raft
Greg W (us) wrote: still one of the best pre-code gangster flicks
Eric H (fr) wrote: This film looks great and it is edited beautifully. I love how while the events themselves are fictionalized, the actual content is still very much real and it provides much insight into the life of Nick Cave from his family life as a child to his professional accomplishments. Cave comes off as a very interesting person as his views on song writing are very fascinating and he tackles a lot about creativity and what it means for one to try and pursue it. It is an extremely well done documentary full of interesting tidbits on Nick Cave, but it also serves as a great look into the lives of artists and the thirst of creativity that drives them.
Stephen G (nl) wrote: It was disappointing. Way too much sex and awkward scenes. Joseph can act, but his character is pretty unlike-able. His directing is a bit stale as it follows a set pattern and therefore loses any sense of adventure. Despite this it was competent direction. It drove home it's idea though, However, there was still too much porn and sex. Joseph needs to learn to hold back and let what he doesn't show have impact. As Martin Scorsese says, "Film is a matter of what's in the frame and what's out". Joseph only has a feel for directing what's in the frame. I see potential here, but this film is ultimately a dud despite some funny and real moments.
David H (nl) wrote: Nice experiment. SMOKE is better.