• thiago conte

    ★★★★ Added by thiago conte

    Não é tão bom quanto MARTYRS..... Mas tbm né, daí é pedir mto.


  • Gavin Bard

    ★★ Watched by Gavin Bard 22 Apr, 2016

    "The system is broken, it doesn't work."

    In the Tall Man, a small and rapidly declining former mining town seems to have a bit of a problem with its local youth. With not much to do in Cold Rock, the kids have taken to participating in the newest hottest trend - being kidnapped from their hardscrabble existence by a myth dubbed The Tall Man. When the local nurse has her son kidnapped by a shadowy hooded figure, she finds herself…


  • Sean Duregger

    ★★★½ Watched by Sean Duregger 21 Apr, 2016 1

    Not what I thought it would be at all...and I kinda loved it for that!


  • Rory Mckane

    Added by Rory Mckane

    Giving this one star purely because I saw this a while ago so I've calmed down. This sucked hard though.


  • Vincent Mollica

    ★★★½ Watched by Vincent Mollica 21 Mar, 2016

    Better twists, not as scary!

    (I ate a whole 7-Eleven pizza and a big gulp)


  • PRY

    ★½ Watched by PRY 16 Mar, 2016

    He SHOOTS.........
    HE...directed MARTYRS???????
    he misses, guys. He misses.


  • Steven Millan

    Watched by Steven Millan 06 Feb, 2016

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Fresh from the critical success of the highly overrated MARTYRS,filmmaker Pascal Laugier moved to making this bland thriller about local doctor Jessica Biel being caught up in the antics of a serial child abductor that is connected to a child smuggling black market ring,with Biel taking the fall for their antics as Jodelle Ferland allows the title character to kidnap her from her dysfunctional backwoods family. It starts out with an interesting concept that unravels itself in a very ridiculous manner and is worth avoiding at all costs. With Stephen McHattie(PONTYPOOL).


  • Horcruxnelius Doubleboss

    ★★★★ Watched by Horcruxnelius Doubleboss 17 Dec, 2015

    Not really a horror movie, is it...


  • Cory De Silva

    ★★★★½ Watched by Cory De Silva 22 Nov, 2015

    Holy crap.


  • Zach Betonte

    Watched by Zach Betonte 15 Oct, 2015

    Apart from the social politics getting lost in translation from France to America, Laugier fails to establish an enduring environment. The production design is ever changing in its perspective, at times rendering "Crewdson-esque", backwoods imagery where the staging reaches surrealist heights but is immediately negated by banal realism. None of these aesthetics are motivated by any changing perspective. If Biel's character is our protagonist, why don't we see the film through her eyes even for a glimpse? Her dubious intentions would seem far less daft if Laugier bothered to allow her self-righteousness to permeate.

    More discussed here.


  • Ron Hogan Jr.

    ★½ Watched by Ron Hogan Jr. 01 Nov, 2015



  • Nick

    ★★½ Watched by Nick 01 Nov, 2015

    this brand of deceptive thriller is one I find myself cautiously fascinated by, mostly on account of their outright refusal to provide one stationary protagonist as a point of reference for the surrounding events of the film, leaving the audience empty-handed and forcing them to stay engaged. it’s a rather genius technique that this seems to have down for its first two thirds, which is why it’s a little baffling that this would choose to rely on silly monster mythologies for its marketing and, perhaps most deceptive of all, finish by exhorting a flawed and convoluted eye-roller of a social commentary.