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The Borderlands 2013 123movies

The Borderlands 2013 123movies

Evil has a new form.Aug. 24, 201389 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A team of Vatican investigators descend upon a church in a remote area to demystify the unusual happenings, but what they discover is more disturbing than they had first imagined.
Plot: Vatican investigators are sent to the British West Country to investigate paranormal activity, and they find the events are more disturbing than they first imagined.
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If it wasn’t a miracle, then what was it?

This found footage journeys through what you believe is the truth and a miracle. And what you would want to keep hidden as a secret and lie.

Especially when dealing with religious and paranormal elements added into the story. This really could’ve been spookier than this but it works well to give you that atmosphere.

Love the chemistry between Deacon and Gray.
Overall, this folk horror style of found footage is pretty much up my alley.
Especially with how it ends.

Review By: Wiccaburr Rating: 8 Date: 2020-09-22
A film that had a very good horror atmosphere and was great in this respect. Sometimes it froze in the back, but that’s all this film has to offer. The end of the film was wrong and de facto the whole film sent to the bottom. We didn’t know at all what it cost so far and how it would turn out, except that the main characters of the film were probably fires. The film lacked a revelation or something to scare you. It’s a huge pity because it could have been a very good and high-quality film, I rather rank it among the average, but with a very good horror atmosphere, which many horror films lack.
Review By: Tomáš Flekač Rating: 7 Date: 2021-02-06
Not a great horror, but worth watching for some great horror
Last year a film was released named ‘In Fear’, which managed to make the premise of two people getting lost in a maze of country roads as night draws in surprisingly creepy and gripping, before the final act gave way to a more pedestrian nature and the film lost its footing. ‘The Borderlands’, a British entry into the canon of handy-cam/found footage horror, manages to work it the other way round. Not to say the first hour or so is pedestrian as such, but going by the premise, no doubt many people will think they have seen it all before and skip this film. They would be partly right, although to the film’s credit, it manages to tread that old ground with a good enough script and performances to not seem tired.

Deacon, Gray and Mark are Vatican sanctioned, paranormal investigators who arrive in a small, west country town to look into a claim of miracles at a local, old church. Things take a darker turn as their investigation leads them to increasingly unrealistic scientific explanations for the claim. The characters are very real and their relationship is not weighed down by forced efforts to be unnecessarily scary. Indeed, there is an occasional moment of brevity and humour between them, which nicely offsets the apparently tedious nature of their job; one could draw a comparison with the first act of Neil Marshall’s ‘The Descent’, coincidentally another well regarded British horror. Another intelligent point arises in the form of the characters’ set of beliefs; refreshingly, it is the agnostic technical supervisor who is most inclined to believe the extraordinary explanation, whilst the believers are the ones jaded by the claims so often proved false. It must also be said that where in other, similar fare, the explanation of the use of home video cameras and the like seems forced and a little intrusive, here it makes perfect sense and you do actually forget that is what you are watching.

Then we hit the last 20 minutes! Some earlier chatter about belief proves to not just be screenplay-filling fodder, but real groundwork that actually comes back to bite hard in claustrophobic scenes. This final act’s power to disturb is akin to the final moments of ‘The Blair Witch Project’, ‘Rosemary’s Baby’, or perhaps more pertinently ‘The Wicker Man’, to which the smart screenplay has actually made humorous and perhaps not purely incidental reference. In these cases, the horrible reality of the story is made truly tangible in such a way as to cause a palpable discomfort within the gut of the audience; it creates a creeping unease that is hard to express in words. So it is the case with ‘The Borderlands’, although how unnerved you are is not completely clear until after the film, when the imagery of the idea being brought to its fruition cements in your mind’s eye, and as with Edward Woodward’s final, defiant yelling, or Mia Farrow’s famous last lines, a character’s dreadful cries become horribly haunting in a way that is tough to shake off simply by saying, “It’s only a movie’.

‘The Borderlands’ is not overcooked and has much about it that will probably be admired by fans of writer/director Ben Wheatley, who is maybe most noted right now for ‘Kill List’. Overall, not one we might call a great horror film, but without doubt, within the film are moments of great horror!

Review By: eonbluedan-1 Rating: 6 Date: 2014-04-19
Now there’s something REALLY scary in the Catholic church.
The second in my horror double bill (after Afflicted), The Borderlands upped the ante substantially and, though sleep was not something I rushed to afterwards, what a way to end my screenings!

When Father Crellick (Luke Neal), a young priest trying to make his mark, reports miraculous occurrences in his West Country church, the Vatican sends a team of paranormal investigators to examine the evidence and find the logical explanation behind the hysteria. Lead by Mark (Aidan McArdle), a priest with an attitude and a chip on his shoulder, and backed up by Vatican outsider Deacon (Gordon Kennedy) and non-believer technician Gray (Robin Hill), the trio attempts to make sense of each other, the town, and something that may not exist. Or just might be very, very evil.

Elliot Goldner’s feature debut is a low-budget chiller that is high on tension and genuinely frightening. Using a crumbling, medieval church and a hostile English country village as his locations, Goldner cleverly balances gentle humour with skin crawling fear to really put the willies up his audience. The first act, in which we meet the unholy trinity and gauge their relationship with each other and the paranormal, is humorous because it feels genuine. It is the kind of banter and bickering we are all party to in new or uncomfortable situations. And because the minutiae of their job is authentic, the investigation, the evidence and the conclusion are also horribly real.

The Borderlands is a film that throws religious zealots and cynics together in blender that may switch itself on at any moment with no consideration for religious persuasion. Evil, if it exists, is no respecter of faith.

The special effects, limited due to the budget, are spot on. The Borderlands is one of those films that would be ruined by an extra zero on the budget and bigger names in the lead roles. Like the Paranormal Activity series, we watch and wait for each noise and movement, each crackle on the video monitor. We squirm and clench our buttocks because we know it’s coming. Isn’t it? It doesn’t need to be a razor-gloved psychopath to scare us. Just knowing it is in here with us, an unseen presence, is enough.

There are no stars here to distract us from the business of being scared witless. None of the characters are established as hero or villain; we are in the presence of three men earning their next pay cheque and dealing with the restrictions and consequences of both job and employer, and the trio of actors is flawless in their delivery of arrogance, doubt and terror. Beyond the principal cast, the inimical characters add weight to the fear. The silent old man who responds to a request for directions with a stony glare is not funny like the silent village pub drinkers in An American Werewolf in London, but unnerves us.

Too many horror films build the tension, throw in the cheap shocks and then peter out once the evil has been revealed to us. The Borderlands is not one of those films. Certainly, there is little here that is genuinely original, but the standard tools are handled with care for maximum effect, and that is what sets The Borderlands apart from other, bigger horror films. Like Afflicted, the use of personal cameras allows us the sense of a ‘found footage’ film without the contrivance of a “look what we discovered ” statement. Goldner ensures we are apprehensive from the outset, anticipating and worrying about the first fright. Then he maintains the prickles across our backs as he scratches at our nerves, creeping slowly, horribly through the shadows of the crumbling church towards a conclusion that has us begging for a light switch.

The Borderlands is ideal for those of a nervous disposition accompanied by a death wish. For the best effect, watch at night, alone, preferably in an abandoned, medieval church, and just before bed.

Sweet dreams.

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Review By: TheSquiss Rating: 8 Date: 2014-04-22

Other Information:

Original Title The Borderlands
Release Date 2013-08-24
Release Year 2013

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 29 min (89 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Horror
Director Elliot Goldner
Writer Elliot Goldner
Actors Gordon Kennedy, Robin Hill, Aidan McArdle
Country United Kingdom
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
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The Borderlands 2013 123movies
Original title The Borderlands
TMDb Rating 5.3 161 votes

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