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  • Actors: Nikki Reed, Keith David, Brad Dourif, Madison Bauer, Mark S. Allen
  • Directors: Deon Taylor
  • Writers: Michael J. Pagan, Deon Taylor, Diana Erwin, Thomas Fenton
  • Producers: Deon Taylor, Chad Cole, Dominic Ottersbach
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: Feb. 1 2011
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0047P5FSG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #84,430 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sorpse on Feb. 20 2011
Format: DVD
I read a book when i was younger called chain letter by christopher pike. i think that storyline would have been better for this movie. the only real good part abouyt this movie was the murders. They were real gory.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The Internet Doesn't Work That Way! Jan. 11 2013
By That Geek With The Clip-Ons - Published on
Format: DVD
How my ratings work:
5 - I really liked/loved it
4 - I liked it
3 - Could've been better/worth a look
2 - Just didn't live up to the potential
1 - Simply awful


You'd think that by now Hollywood would know how computers and the internet works. For those that don't know, the internet doesn't produce static nor does it flash barcodes. I guess Hollywood folk assume that because computers have a screen like TVs have a screen then that must mean they produce static. That would be incorrect because TVs (old ones anyway) have different internal working compared to computers. Not that this can make a movie bad, so let's get to the actual review.

This movie is awful! Someone decides to kill people because they don't spread spam, wow, that's just wow. Also, like most modern horror films, we barely get to know the main characters, and if we do they aren't that interesting or they're sucky characters so we don't care what happens to them. I hate seeing Keith David and Brad Dourif slumming it in movies like this because both are so much better. I gotta say, 5 years really does affect how some people look, because Noah Segan looked more like a high school student in the 2005 film Brick (course he was around 22 then) than he does in this movie. That's another actor who's way better than this crap. I'll give it this, the movie looks good and the gore effects are decent and it's nice to see practical effects, but there are way better movies than this that have good gore (example: John Carpenter's The Thing, The Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn, pretty much any of the original Nightmare on Elm Street films, and so many more). Even the Saw films, for the most part, at least attempt to make you care about the victims. And the motivations of the killer are never made clear, and they hint at some stupid anti tech cult but they never confirm if it's them.

Starting the movie off as a flashback is rarely a good idea, unless it gives you a chance to get to know the main character and actually cares what happens to them. This is not one of those movies. It's amazing how two people don't notice chains hooked up to their cars, or that they're garage door is slightly open. Then there's the fact that the girl chained up decides to lift her head up as she's being dragged, so of course she hits her head on the door. And finally there's the fact that he dad doesn't notice she's chained to the car and continues to drive and it splits her in half and one of her friends is running after the car shouting her name. Hate to break it to you dude, but you don't usually survive getting split in half so yelling her name won't make her less dead. I like to imagine that the dad didn't notice the parts of his daughter dragging behind his car till he got to work (sorry, I have a dark sense of humor like that) and then he puked his brains out.

There really is nothing much you can say about the movie itself because it just drags on and on and nothing really happens. Once again Hollywood, learn how the internet works and stop adding static to the internet. It doesn't make you look stylish, it makes your movie look stupid. I realize this isn't a very well put together review, but the movie wasn't well put together so I think it's a fair trade.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A Rocking Good Time Feb. 3 2011
By Cory T. Shaeffer - Published on
Format: DVD
This movie is everything a horror film is supposed to be: tons of gore, a hot young cast (most of which can't act all that well), and a host of veteran actors (Brad Dourif, Keith David, Betsy Russell, etc) making appearances.

From the title, you have probably gathered a bit about the plot. There is a chain letter targeting a technology-obsessed group of teens. They have to pass it on or a psychopathic killer mangles them in a most creative way.

A combination of "The Ring" and "Stay Alive," this movie avoids the excess torture of the "Saw" films, as well as the long drawn out storylines of other films of this nature. It's just a good time. There is nothing stunning or original about the film that will make it stick in your memory forever, but it satisfies the horror film lover's appetite for lots of gore, a little nudity, and an overall great time.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
YOU'VE GOT MAIL Feb. 12 2011
By Michael Butts - Published on
Format: DVD
In this age of e-mail, texting, tweeting and twittering, it's inevitable that screenwriters utilize this media as warnings about invasion of privacy and our loss of face to face communication. CHAIN LETTER is one such movie.
Sadly, the execution is pedestrian, shallow and only mildly interesting.
The 20-something "teens" as usual aren't appealing and the motivation for their gruesome deaths is left hanging and merely serves as a prelude to the inevitable sequel.
Horror vets Brad Dourif, Keith David and Betsy Russell get paychecks for their cliche roles but are unremarkable.
I was involved up until its ridiculous ending--the nail in the coffin.
Hope we start getting some decent horror flicks soon!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Gory Slasher Madness Jan. 25 2012
By awesomep - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
We had a movie night with family and other family members. Horror pictures were the chosen honors. We watched a were-wolf movie and decided to look at this picture. When it was on cable, I didn't really pay attention to much of it. Since I like some gore, and saw a little bit, I bought the movie. If you are a gore hound, then this movie is for you. People died horrible deaths. I did not realize this was a slasher film, which is not one of my favorite horror genres. My daughter became upset on some of the parts. She watches too much, "Criminal Minds". She felt that the way some of the casts died, could have happened that way in real life. My sister really was having way too much fun watching this picture. I on the other hand, was hiding my face and screaming on some of the parts.

The acting from some was okay, except the annoying brother that was jealous of his sister. Some of the death scenes were over the top and almost funny. Not to sound heartless, but the brother getting it was sad, but a little cartoonist. A person couldn't really escape their faith after responding to the chain letter. The killer was scary looking and really enjoyed his work. He was brutal and the director enjoyed placing the camera right up close to see the tortures. One scene, I had to turn the TV down and turn my face away. It was too painful to listen to the young man's suffering. This is the part that got my daughter upset, which was a point well taken.

After all that, my sister and I enjoyed the movie for its shock value and okay story line. My daughter did not. I'am not sure if I will watch it again. So slasher fans, knock yourself out and enjoy.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
They don't make 'em like they used to-and this is why Aug. 31 2011
By Michael A. Mccullough - Published on
Format: DVD
Alot of 1 Star Ratings were helpful IMO. However, these are just MY questions that I feel should be addressed: The parents didn't notice the gargage door was open at least a foot? Did the killer send "Jessi" a text while she was heading to the bathroom or was that some one else telling her to turn around? What is with the flashbacks during the first kill? Why did the teacher creepily touch the main character's arm after class? **What does the 200 year Chain Curse "Jessi" looks up on the internet have to do with anything? What is with this deformed killer that busts through walls one minute and then is doing sophisticated hacking the next? What is with the detective's computer background with all of the letters? Why does nerdy brother guy whip out a gun? Why doesn't the detective have a partner, call for back-up, or give his location when persuing the believed killer? What does an anti-tech cult have anything to do with a bankrupt meat chain supplier and a monster hacker? Is the "Technology Terrioist" group the same this as "Antech" cult? How did the detective put together barcode tattoos he couldn't of possibly seen? Why did "Jessi" smash her phone and not her labtop? What's with the title sequence 5 minutes before the end of the movie? I'm sure there's more but those were some off the top of my head. It's possible the drive of the killer was to get them to break all of there electronic toys but I guess well never know because...For the Million Dollar Question: What happened to the ending?

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