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  • Format: AC-3, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Allegro
  • Release Date: Oct. 25 2011
  • ASIN: B005ER6S46
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #180,054 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
By The Movie Guy - Published on
Format: DVD
The movie has a typical scary soundtrack, barking dogs, teen girls being spied upon, and "Scream" style phone calls, but it doesn't work well. They are put together badly as in "Scary Movie" badly but it isn't funny as it doesn't spoof any particular movie. I was asking myself, "Is this supposed to be funny or scary?" because it was neither. There are some jerky hand held camera scenes for no apparent reason... and a dog that barks at random.

This is the one year anniversary of a Halloween night murder, whose killer was never caught. The teens are at home under curfew in the town of Chesterfield. Matt O'Neill plays Matt a bad actor and bad boyfriend to the cute actress Chrissy Anderson. Lisa Younger plays Suze, another cute teen hobbling around on a crutch. She is the main character and handles her lines well. Jarett Del Bene plays Ryan, Suze's boyfriend who has another girl on the side (Kristina Plisko). Scooter (Adrian Gaeta) is the creepy friend who wants Suze, but then what guy doesn't. Jamison Brandi, is the director, writer, producer, and film editor. He is also in the film (Down in front!). Not very well done. You see a person with a knife, another person cowering, then that same person on the floor dead. You never see any killing special effects.

F-bomb, no sex, no nudity.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
boring, boring, boring and cheesy March 6 2013
By Navaura - Published on
I love horror movies, but this is just slow and dull. I'm only twenty minutes in and I realize they are trying to build a plot of suspense by paying tribute to scream and halloween. The problem with this movie, is that it's trying to merge two ideas and just uhk, can't get the job done. The plot is stupid, the lines are stupid and well, everything about this movie is stupid at this point. If I make it to the end before dying of sheer boredom that will be nothing short of a pure miracle. I don't like this. I get the idea that you are supposed to not really know anything about the victims, but couldn't the idea be developed a little more? I have never seen a movie centered on one night. Actually, I take that back. I watched a movie called 13 and it was about a thirteen year old girl who was left home alone while a serial killer was in her neighborhood. Two men show up at her door and she has to figure out which of them is the killer. That movie was really good and original. That was a psychological thriller with a twisted ending, beautifully done. It has the same premise as a slasher, plenty of blood was spilled but the brilliance of a mind at work. This movie seems like the mind is sitting there catching ideas as the plot goes along. Boring, boring, boring.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Terrible June 24 2013
By Bookman - Published on
It was terrible--bad acting, bad plot, just plain bad!!! I thought I was going to be watching a movie made from the Lisa Gardner book, but oops, wrong one.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Horror Junkie's Review: Annoying April 15 2014
By Elizabeth Renee Blue - Published on
I tried numerous times to push through to the end but I failed. That should tell you a lot. I rarely do that. The reasons why: the film cut back and forth between two happenings: there's the Scream sequence intercut with a 'what is going on? black and white, grainy, sequence that showed nothing much but had sound effects that something bad was going on. It did that for a long while. I really enjoy nonlinear stories but this was more of a parallel line situation, with little explained in either line, and no investment conjured up within in either line. The barking sounds were also grating. Too bad.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
you must watch a real first class, intelligent and truly disturbing film about a murderous schizophrenic called "Hide and Seek" Feb. 26 2015
By lawrence chan - Published on
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typically dismal script with many borrowed and tired ideas including that simple 5 note piano effect that is too familiar to another very well known horror classic with a zillion sequels.

if you want to see a real first class, intelligent and truly disturbing film about a murderous schizophrenic watch "Hide and Seek" starring Robert De Niro and Dakota Fanning. It's worth every penny!!!

this movie is pathetic.

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