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Plot: Deep within the darkness of secluded forest land in rural Ireland dwells an ancient evil. Feared by the nearby superstitious villagers as cursed creatures who prey upon the lost, their secrets have been kept from civilization and remain on their hallowed ground. But when a conservationist from London moves in with his wife and infant child in order to survey the land for future construction, his actions unwittingly disturb the horde of demonic forces. Alone in a remote wilderness, he must now ensure his family’s survival from their relentless attacks.
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Little bit of whiplash but overall nice
This creature feature is quite full of jumps and is an interesting premise. Without giving too much away, I agree with the other reviews – starts out pretty quick, boils over, then leaves the pot dry… You find yourself rooting for the actors and hoping that everything works out for them throughout the movie. There is a building of the character that really helps keep it moving. If you like creature features and some good campfire storytelling, you will enjoy this movie. There’s not a huge budget but the team used what they did have very well. My biggest complaint is that there are a few moments towards the end that could have been shot better and a little less predictable. The end gets a little too “out there” for me to give it more stars but I was very satisfied. The acting is excellent and the scenery is right on target. The creatures are a bit pixellated but still, this is a great movie to watch at night with all the lights off and a fire or some candles going.
Not in the slightest bit scary
About as scary as a field full of bunnies playing with skipping ropes and singing Gangnam Style (actually that is kind of scary), debut director Corin Hardy’s Irish horror The Hallow certainly has an initially intriguing idea that very quickly within its short (yet somehow looooong) run time peters out into a downright laughable horror fable that is far too daft and po-faced for its own good.
After a nice set up of 10 – 15 minutes or so of creepy forest scenery, nasty looking black goo and an unfortunate deer, everything seems to be relatively on track for The Hallow but within a quick-fire succession of angry locals who are upset about work being done in their woodlands and warn of evil pixies, fairies or who even cares, laugh out loud road side attacks and some bizarre and extended home invasion attempts, The Hallow loses all hopes of ever becoming a successful horror genre entry in an abundance of daft and overwrought ideas and conceptions.
Centring his unbelievable and far from terror inducing plot around new parents Adam and Clare played un-charismatically by Jospeh Mawle and Australia’s own Bojana Novakovic respectively, The Hallow neither has the characters we care for, a plot that stands up on inspection (overall this film seems to take place over an incredibly long night) or the nasties to make us shiver and even though some of the CGI and makeup effects of the woodland ghouls and gremlins do look somewhat nefarious, on close inspection there’s just nothing in The Hallow that makes it either scary, interesting or on any real level engaging, stopping any chance Hardy’s film had of making an impact.
Winning praise from certain critic circles and even winning the odd award, The Hallow seemingly struck a chord with selective audiences around the world and Hardy’s name has cropped up in recent times as a director to keep a close eye on but for me and perhaps many others, The Hallow is a diabolically bad attempt at crafting an under your skin horror experience and a genuinely bad movie regardless of genres.
½ an unhelpful farmer out of 5
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 37 min (97 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Fantasy, Horror, Thriller
Director Corin Hardy
Writer Corin Hardy (story by), Felipe Marino (story by), Tom de Ville (story by), Corin Hardy (screenplay by), Felipe Marino (screenplay by)
Actors Joseph Mawle, Bojana Novakovic, Michael McElhatton, Michael Smiley
Country Ireland, UK
Awards 12 wins & 6 nominations.
Production Company Occupant Entertainment, Altitude Film Entertainment
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa (Digital)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A