The Curse of Blanchard Hill
Victor McShane disappeared on Blanchard Hill in the spring of 1985. No one knows what happened to him... Twenty years later, a group of campers take a hike on Blanchard, unaware that a killer is on the loose, killing people without mercy. Two detectives are called up to Blanchard Hill to solve the mystery and locate the campers before they suffer a fate worse than death...
- Stars:Benjamin Barton, Kristin Santler, Matt Dick, Beth Caya, Jesse Babcock, Zach Klinefelter, Jess Manley, Nils Rye, Chris Hazenberg, Heather Bevis Martin, Joe Babcock, Mark Clifford, Lacy Bevis, Patrick Suthord, Miranda Wolf,
- Director:Chris Hazenberg, Zach Klinefelter,
- Writer:Zach Klinefelter (screenplay), Chris Hazenberg (story), Benjamin Barton (story), Patrick Suthord (additional material)
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The Curse of Blanchard Hill torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Solid sci-fi thriller that doesn't quite explore the possibilities of it's premise but still demonstrates Michael Crichton was just as talented a director as he was a writer. The cast is solid, with the standout being the great Yul Brynner as the 'man in black' robot hunting down our protagonists. Behind the camera, Crichton crafts an interesting world and explores a theme he would later expand upon in "Jurassic Park", that of a theme park run amok. However, he doesn't quite explore the ethics of a world in which people can do what they want to life-like beings. He does hint at some things, such as the customer who suddenly turns into an adultery & almost a rapist in Medieval World. However, for the most part, this is just a straight thriller of humans fighting deadly robots. Thankfully, it's well crafted with some thrilling set pieces (Brynner slow, mechanical march as he hunts down his victims makes for an early Terminator) with enough science fiction to satisfy most movie goers. A solid sci-fi flick and a great basis for the upcoming HBO series.
(kr) wrote: Nothing new or appealing.
(it) wrote: One of Ray Liotta's best performances. The film is grim and full of emotion and always engaging.
(gb) wrote: loved Donnie Darko so thought I would give this a whirl
(ru) wrote: I love this movie...its so romantic and sad. Great movie.
(de) wrote: Perfectly portrays why I love films. I like 'Inglorious Basterds' even more now (if that's even possible)
(au) wrote: Watching this, I appreciate the new series. This was so freaking goofy, random and incoherent. I literally had no idea what the crap was going on, and couldn't tell half the cast apart. The dog thing? My god.
(ca) wrote: Shamelessly recycles nearly every classic western trope in american history. The scrpit is embarrassingly trite too. Kevin Costner manages to somehow take his vacuous acting ability to a whole new level of retardation. There is almost something hypnotically shallow about watching him perform. I felt sorry for Duvall, but then I really don't think he gives much of a shit these days. Open Range might have had all the dramatic punch of a "little house on the prairie" episode; except it's about five times as long and diluted with unfathomably shallow and redundant "filler" material that's oddly reminiscent of some cornball 1950s Disney movie. The only thing Kevin Costner has chemistry with is plywood.
(it) wrote: Great movie about robots has a great storyline
(mx) wrote: Poor story, annoying characters, and ridiculous effects make this one of the worst films for Kevin Kline, and Will Smith. A shame.