#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Brothers, Killian and Crawford, find the hideout of deranged psychopaths terrorising the town in which they live. The psychopaths prey upon children and young adults as more and more go missing everyday. When finding a girl in the woods, Killian attempts to survive a night in the treehouse in which she has taken shelter. But can he get them both back to the town without being caught?
Plot: A teenage boy discovers the perpetrators of several brutal kidnappings in his home town.
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Not good enough to recommend…
The best thing about “Treehouse” is the horrifying poster that came out along with the movie. Whoever made the poster did a great job of getting the attention of any potential viewer and it’s incredibly creepy. Otherwise, however, it’s a movie I just cannot recommend. In so many ways, it looks a lot like a high school student project, but with quite a bit more money and quality behind it.
“Treehouse” has a very simple plot. Two brothers go into the woods and once there they discover a missing teen. She’s been holed up inside a treehouse for several days…hiding from someone or something that has been stalking her and her brother. At times the film tries to introduce more plot through some flashbacks, but essentially this is the plot. Ultimately, there is a showdown–some of which I actually liked, as the most unlikely looking action hero of all time (J. Michael Trautmann) rises to the occasion.
So why am I cold about this film? Well, it looks and sounds like the movie just isn’t ready to be seen by the public. The script could use a lot of work. When it comes to the dialog, much of it just sounded unreal and takes you out of the experience…especially with the missing girl continually and inexplicably calling the hero ‘Baby Bear’. The characters also talk and scream A LOT for folks hiding out in a treehouse in order to avoid being killed!! Rule number one of avoiding death is that you should consider being quiet when you are hiding from psycho killers! The film is also overlong and would benefit from omitting the flashbacks, tightening up the first portion of the film and simply concentrating on the action– and it was a bit better during some of the action sequences. Considering that the filmmakers really haven’t a lot of experience, maybe this film is simply a way for them to hone their skills while making a few mistakes along the way. If so, there is a bit of promise and they might be bringing us something more polished and viewer-ready in the future. As for “Treehouse”, however, I just can’t see spending your hard-earned money to buy or rent the film when there are better films like it already.
Starts Out Fine – But That Finale Sucked
The film starts out pretty good, very interesting… was fine with the shadow creatures lurking about, kids lost in the woods in a treehouse that the shadow creatures dared not to enter… I started thinking this might be a fairly decent horror-thriller! NOT!!! That ending with Mr. and Miss Rambo was just dumb.
Honestly, just over half way through the film it seems the filmmakers lost their focus and didn’t know which way to go with it and by the end, well they didn’t know how to end it and made up something on the spot.
That girl starts out all scared and timid, next thing I know she’s pretending to be Miss Tough Gal, then back to timid – they didn’t know how to develop her character at all!! UGH!! She became irritating and all that “baby bear” crap made me want to puke – over a guy she barely knew… just stupid.
They should have stuck with the original way the film was going with the shadow creature OR left them out just had the 3 crazy kidnapping murdering guys show up instead. One has to make up their mind and be consistent to create a good film… OH and leave out the 1980s action crap – that ending sucked!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 40 min (100 min), 1 hr 36 min (96 min) (25 fps)
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director Michael G. Bartlett
Writer Alex Child, Miles Harrington
Actors Dana Melanie, J. Michael Trautmann, Clint James
Country United Kingdom, United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A