Evil Things [Blu-ray] 
- SKU: 30787632
- Release Date: 03/01/2016
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Five college students leave New York City to celebrate a birthday in the country, but find the party cut short when they encounter an unimaginable evil. Miriam (Elyssa Mersdorf) is turning 21. With the keys to her aunt's remote vacation home secured, she invites her friends Cassy (Laurel Casillo), Mark (Morgan Hooper), Tanya (Torry Weiss) and Leo (Ryan Maslyn) out to the country to help ring in the big day. As soon as the group gets out of the city, however, a snowstorm blows in and a mysterious van keeps appearing in their rearview mirror. Eventually, Miram and her friends reach their destination, with shutterbug film student Leo documenting the journey for prosperity. The following morning the countryside is covered in snow, and the friends set out to explore some local caves. Panic starts to set in, however, when the group loses their way, night falls, and strange sounds emanate from the surrounding woods. When the cabin appears in the distance, everyone things they're home free. But the moment they come in from the cold, the real terror begins. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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BadOctober 31, 2011
Talk about a movie with the worst conclusion is history. This movie, literally, does absolutely nothing. "found footage" movies are coming out of nowhere now. But why the heck does this one have background music? Why does it purposely create "Predator" sounds to give us a false sense of something happening? The premise was actually pretty good. 5 friends go up to a cabin for a 21st bday, and are stalked by "something" in a van. It follows them around, video tapes them and then.... Hmmm. Maybe kills them? That's the problem. Nothing happens. There is some screaming, some weird noises and some running. But the movie doesn't answer anything. It ends abruptly without anything happening. I have never seen a movie so poorly put together and concluded. And to add to the crapfest, after the abrupt and bad ending, the credits role. During the credits they show the "killer's" or "evil thing's" camera footage. This, yet again, shows absolutely nothing of importance. The way I look at it, it's a movie that completely insults me in every way as a viewer. It fills me with false hope, and slaps me in the face at the end. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. Even if you are a die hard fan of the "found footage" movies like my self, you won't find a single joy in this.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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