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Pin (Widescreen)

David Hewlett , Cynthia Preston , Sandor Stern    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Pin March 5 2001
Format:VHS Tape
I first saw this film at least 10 years ago....it stuck in my mind so much that I started to search, endlessly, the TV listings until it came on again. I HAD to record it!!! It is NOT the run of the mill horror flick like "Halloween", "Friday the 13th", or "Nightmare on Elm Street". "Pin" keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering where each vital scene is going to lead you next! It has a "Hitchcock" subtleness about it. If you are a horror fan of the "TRUE" sense, and not out for "blood and guts" this is YOUR kind of movie! This type of horror film has not occured since "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane", "Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte", or "Straight Jacket". The acting is believable and the direction was done with superb technique...a must see!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Psychological Horror. Well done. Dec 18 2003
The idea that a father would communicate with his children through an inanimate doll in order to educate them about sex is bizarre, and yet it works in this film. One wonders whether this was based on actual cases, because it seems so plausible. This horror film is so much more than a two-dimensional portrayal of psychosis. It tries to examine the process by which someone could go completely insane, and succeeds. It is entertaining in the way that Psycho is entertaining, while treating the subject of schizophrenia respectfully. The dvd is widescreen, and the film is definitely worth a look for horror fans. Recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Captures A Truly Disturbing Ailment March 11 2003
By A Customer
Most all of the so-called horror movies made today are just simple, formulatic nonsense that offer only jolts but nothing withstanding. Whatever happened to the genuinely scary like Psycho or The Exorcist? What we're most afraid of is not monsters or faceless madmen, but elements of our own psyche. This film is one not perfect, but it does succeed in striking a chord with those who desire a REAL reason to stay up at night.

David Hewlitt is fantastic as Leon, a schizophrenic boy with an unnatural obsession with medical dummy Pin. The movie doesn't go soft or stereotypical and deserves more attention than the likes of pointless trash like Urban Legends or Valentine. If you wish to be truly mind-...... by a good psychological thriller, you owe it to yourself to see this flick.
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5.0 out of 5 stars HUH? Oct. 22 2006
By shiraz
this movie is weird. i bet if i watch it a second time i'll see much more. the longer the movie played the more weird the brother started to look and act. i loved the boyfriend's character. very observant. there's a lot of clues in the movie to let you in on what's REALLY going on. funny thing is that you think it's the sister with the problems in the beginning and brother's the sane one.....but you'll see...
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4.0 out of 5 stars do you have "the need" June 30 2004
By K-funk
oh boy. ok, so yeah this movie gets 4 stars...but not because it's good, but rather because it is so terrible and hilarious, that I can't stop watching it. there is a small but loyal cult following of this movie in and around Boston. the acting and writing are downright hysterical.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Why don't we have more horror like this. July 31 2003
Meet Pin, a harmless, mute and lifeless fantasy in little Leon's mind - a fantasy that initially took form when Leon's father imparted life lessons to him through the use of anatomical dummy. At first a source of amusement and comfort, Pin demonically evolves into the object of Leon's mad fixation. Soon, Leon and Pin quietly but thoroughly eliminate anyone who intrudes into their private world. One reason I loved The Ring is that is was scary and it went back to the intelligent horror films that actually scared it's audience. Pin does the same. While not as scary as The Ring it does pack atmosphere and suspense. It's a bit long but it's still good. This is one that must be viewed in the dark all by yourself. 5 stars for being scary.
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