hellholiday wrote:I liked the premise a lot but the movie fell flat in execution.
tarblackvomit wrote:Piranha 3DD absolutely crushes this movie.
Bill Swansea wrote:Wow. That looks so shit.
Ernest wrote:I love the underlying Lovecraft plot, but I wish the movie unfolded better. Also, I don't really ever picture one of the Ancient Ones to have a hand like a human being. That was clumsy.
krs wrote:Ernest wrote:I love the underlying Lovecraft plot, but I wish the movie unfolded better. Also, I don't really ever picture one of the Ancient Ones to have a hand like a human being. That was clumsy.
The underlying plot was influenced by, but not directly pulled from Lovecraft. That wasn't meant to be any of his creations.
154 wrote:Are you in Voivod or something?
J. Burns wrote:I enjoyed the hell out of it.
For some reason, it reminded me more of Funny Games than Scream. Probably due to a similar title sequence, and how the film was seemingly an examination/criticism of violent American cinema while still being an example of same.
Except I hated Funny Games, and really liked this. Read into that what you will.
Snowblinder wrote:My girlfriend and I watched this last night at home. I had purposely avoided this thread and any conversation pertaining to it, as I didn't want to know any spoilers. For all I knew when we put it on, it was a simple, teens-in-the-woods horror movie, which is kind of what I was in the mood for last night. I expected something more along the lines of Cabin Fever (which for the record, I hated). Had no inkling of the actual plot of this film.
It delivered. We laughed nonstop. The speaker phone scene was gold. Everything out of Bradley Whitford's mouth was hysterical. The last portion of the movie when the nightmarish creatures are all released in the complex was epically awesome.
My vote is a solid Not Crap.
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