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||IMDB Rating: 2.8/10 from 267 votes
||Release: 29 April 2012 (USA) /
||Genre: Horror, Thriller
||Director: Greg Daniel,
||Stars: Andrea Haynes, Anslie Hogan, Bethany Anne Lind, Bill Pacer, Candace Mabry, Cheri Christian, Chris Moore, Daniel Burnley, Hays Hogan, Keelie Hogan, Lynne Ashe, Matt Cornwell, Peg Thon, Philip Covin, Robert Pralgo
||Synopsis: While Mike and Lisa Ingram enjoy a romantic getaway weekend, they unknowingly attract the attention of Carl, whose values and family traditions will forever change their lives. Soon after returning from their trip, Mike's life is torn apart when Lisa disappears from their home. She finds herself trapped and chained to a family in which Mamma's word is law and any disobedience has deadly consequences. Carl soon reveals his intentions to Lisa, which plunges her into the darkest depths of despair. To survive, Lisa must force herself to show Carl she loves him, yet she still holds tightly to the hope that this hellish nightmare will soon be over. As months pass, Mike has all but given up hope that he'll ever see his wife again. To relive the happy memories of their last days together, he revisits the small town of their romantic getaway and finds himself in Carl and Mamma's world. When he realizes that Carl has something to do with Lisa's disappearance, a bloody battle for Lisa ensues. In... Written by Anonymous
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If, like me, you were cruising through 'new and noteworthy' horror on
itunes via Apple TV and thought this looked like it might be one of
those rare occasions where you stumble across a hidden gem then be
warned, friends - this really is one of the worst movies I have had the
misfortune to suffer through in a VERY long time.
I love horror. I love classic horror, indie horror, French horror,
Asian horror, even the odd Hollywood horror can cut it - IF it's
grounded in something truly unsettling, and treated with respect by its
maker. I especially like indie horror. Small budgets don't phase me at
all. I recently found the movie 'Absentia' on itunes; low-budget for
sure, but made with conviction and despite its shoestring finances it
actually managed to pack a wallop.
Unlike this pile of dirt.
The 'plot' (no spoilers) involves an impossibly happy city couple
having a little vacay in an un-named backwater town, and running foul
of a local boy and his Ma, who are looking to find the simpleton son a
When this started, I was encouraged. Some nice opening credits, and
even though the early scenes seemed ridiculously hokey (the set-up of
the lead couple and their state of blissful happiness - complete with
slo-mo frolicking in a fountain - should really have been my first clue
of what was to come) there was some lovely imagery. And I have to say
that the small cast does a pretty good job of working with absolutely
nothing. That's where my praise ends.
As a director if you are working with a micro-budget, you'd better
either have something new to say or at least be able to give us a fresh
spin on an old theme. 'Carl' does neither, instead rehashing every
cliché from every horror flick concerning small-town hicks and
religious nutbars. There's a hick family of indeterminate number (aside
from the main 'house of horror' it would seem that the townsolk are in
on the plot to do away with the sweet city-folk lovebirds - but really,
it's just hinted at and you're never really sure - nor do you really
care). This is like watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre or The Hills
Have Eyes but with none of the panache of the originals - and none of
the production values of the remakes. As a viewer, if I am going to
invest time and money in a small indie film I really do expect
something unique. I am extremely forgiving if you can deliver a movie
that makes me think, or at least presents something a little different.
The 'plot' makes no sense, the 'characters' are horribly fleshed out,
the narrative is all over the place, the violence is not challenging,
rather just a little unpleasant because it doesn't mean anything... and
worst of all, it's made with that awful smugness, you know the vibe...
where a shot is set up in such a way where the filmmakers truly feel
that they have done something amazing, but where really the viewer just
scoffs and says 'really?'.
I wanted this to be in the vein of Ty West's 'House of the Devil' or
'The Inkeepers' - neither perfect movies, but at least displaying some
affection and respect for the genre - but instead I honestly found
myself literally suffering through every horrible cliché and every
mis-fired attempt at suspense.
Please, do yourself a huge favour and avoid this catastrophe.
Tags for Carl Full Movie
, Anslie Hogan
, Bethany Anne Lind
, Bill Pacer
, Candace Mabry
, Cheri Christian
, Chris Moore
, Daniel Burnley
, Hays Hogan
, Keelie Hogan
, Lynne Ashe
, Matt Cornwell
, Peg Thon
, Philip Covin
, Robert Pralgo
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